The cateract gorge is one of the best attractions in Launceston. The views are simply amazing and it is a low cost/free activity.
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This place is epic! If it’s hot make sure guy take swimmers and a towel. A beautiful place to cool off. We went on the chairlift ride and the views were stunning! Loved seeing the peacocks at the other side too. Lovely walks all around...More
If you're staying in Launceston, you have to come here. There isn't much else to do in Launceston. You could walk the length of the gorge which could take quite some time. I didn't do it since I had old parents with me. There is...More
What a spectacular place to visit. On the day we visited, there was a bag piper busking on the cataract walk in which was amplified by the gorge, just marvellous. This place is great for young families as there is a park and pool. Strollers...More
Moving around Launceston in dry hot weather, the Cataract Gorge Reserve was an inner city oasis. Tranquil, beautiful setting with lots of lovely walks and gorgeous scenery and wildlife. Take the chairlift across the Gorge and then enjoy the available walks, many of which are...More
What can I say about Cataract Gorge? It is a must-do if you're visiting Launceston. How lucky the locals are that they can wander in any time!! :) It's a wonderland. We visited on a perfect summer's day and enjoyed every minute. Lots of doable...More
Highly reccommend the chair lift - the attendant were super helpful with getting my kids on to the chairs and very friendly. Park itself was very clean and well maintained and also have security patrolling! Very easy to spend a whole day here
This is a great place to visit whether for walking, swimming or as parkland. The car park charges are reasonable and there are good amenities.
Nature at it's best! It took approximately 1 and a half hours to walk completely around the gorge starting from the main road bridge - near Penny Royal Village. The walking track on the right side of the gorge (see photo) was mainly on a...More