The Gorge was nice to visit in the woods yet with few other people to contend with. The majesty of a the natural rock formations however was a little over hyped.
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Natural beauty everywhere! Lots of walks & pathways from the flat & easy to the inclines, steep & a little more rugged. It is worth the hills to get to some of the well sign posted lookouts. We didn't bother with the cable car ride...More
walked here from our hotel, good walk , fairly long but easy nice views with a café at the bottom, well worth a visit.
The Cataract Gorge is the 'must see' attraction in Launceston. It's the most scenic Gorge I've ever seen, beautifully cared for gardens, and Peacocks. It's great in all seasons; we were there in winter, and while cold, there are great misty views up and down...More
A piece of wilderness in the heart of Launceston, just a short drive away, with ample parking and activities for all ages. I came in winter, but in summer the barbecues and pool parties or swimming in the gorge itself would be a real drawcard.The...More
Had a great day walking around, took the cable car and enjoyed a snack in both cafes. Beautiful gardens with some fabulous specimen trees. Very relaxing and take your costume as you can swim in the gorge and/or the swimming pool. I'll be back.
Love this place. Walks, beautiful peacocks, elegant swinging bridge, free pool and eating places. Lots of varied photo opportunities in all seasons.