We have toured here several times and has a lot to offer. From the majestic wildlife to swimming or dining there is a lot to do. Tranquility close to town this is definitely worth a visit.
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It is always a surprise to find this rugged gorge right on the edge of town and so different to the rest of Launceston. The rugged granite cliffs and rocks and the gorge itself are in contracts to the surrounding countryside. There are some excellent...More
We took full advantage of what the gorge had to offer. We took several walks including the suspension bridge and came back via the zig zag track which included lots of steps so only do it if you are up to the challenge, especially on...More
We really enjoyed our visit to Cataract Gorge. The lady selling tickets to the chair lift was so helpful and the gentleman at the visitor centre had great local knowledge. We enjoyed the chairlift ride and the walks in the reserve. The cafe on the...More
My partner's dad who traveled around Tasmania said this is the best scenic walk in Tasmania. There are several walking routes, so, you can spend the whole day here! Also loved the chair lift ride and what an amazing idea to have a free public...More
So the beard and I went for a stroll through cataract gorge, I had previously visited but he had not. I forgot how pretty this place is! We stayed in the city near the theatre and walked from their it was about 20minutes. The gorge...More
The facilities at Cataract Gorge are fantastic. The scenery is exceptional. The one sore point about the city of Launceston is the feeling that if you are a tourist with a car, the city council is out to fleece you at every opportunity. At the...More
A lovely area to picnic, walk, have a coffee, explore, walk on a swinging bridge and ride a cable chair lift (scary!). There’s even an outdoor swimming pool and peacocks showing off their beautiful feathers! So glad we spent a few hours exploring
Went for a walk and took the easy way pass the bridge,the other side was to much of a hike for us.It was pleasant but not spectacular as we were there in october so not much water and very calm. A few student were jumping...More