Lilydale - Culture and History

Lilydale (including Lalla)
Distinctly English town with gardens and cool climate bushwalks
Located 25 km north east of Launceston, Lilydale, nestling under the northern slopes of Mount Arthur (1187 m), is an attractive town noted for the distinctive 'Englishness' of its gardens which mix with the appeal of the diverse range of interesting bushwalks in the district.

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Launceston - Fast Facts

Launceston
Second largest city in Tasmania noted for its exceptionally beautiful nineteenth century buildings.
Launceston is Tasmania's second major centre. Located 199 km north of Hobart on the Tamar River, Launceston, with its population of approximately 65 000, is really nothing more than a large country town with an extraordinary history and a large number of elegant nineteenth century buildings. There is an argument that it has the greatest concentration of large nineteenth century buildings of any city in Australia. While it doesn't feel like a major city it does have a distinctive ambience and charm and it is this that helps to make it a destination of great charm and an ideal central point for exploring the many nineteenth century villages which are within half and hour of the city centre.

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Launceston - Eat

Launceston
Second largest city in Tasmania noted for its exceptionally beautiful nineteenth century buildings.
Launceston is Tasmania's second major centre. Located 199 km north of Hobart on the Tamar River, Launceston, with its population of approximately 65 000, is really nothing more than a large country town with an extraordinary history and a large number of elegant nineteenth century buildings. There is an argument that it has the greatest concentration of large nineteenth century buildings of any city in Australia. While it doesn't feel like a major city it does have a distinctive ambience and charm and it is this that helps to make it a destination of great charm and an ideal central point for exploring the many nineteenth century villages which are within half and hour of the city centre.

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Launceston - Sleep

Launceston
Second largest city in Tasmania noted for its exceptionally beautiful nineteenth century buildings.
Launceston is Tasmania's second major centre. Located 199 km north of Hobart on the Tamar River, Launceston, with its population of approximately 65 000, is really nothing more than a large country town with an extraordinary history and a large number of elegant nineteenth century buildings. There is an argument that it has the greatest concentration of large nineteenth century buildings of any city in Australia. While it doesn't feel like a major city it does have a distinctive ambience and charm and it is this that helps to make it a destination of great charm and an ideal central point for exploring the many nineteenth century villages which are within half and hour of the city centre.

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Launceston - Culture and History

Launceston
Second largest city in Tasmania noted for its exceptionally beautiful nineteenth century buildings.
Launceston is Tasmania's second major centre. Located 199 km north of Hobart on the Tamar River, Launceston, with its population of approximately 65 000, is really nothing more than a large country town with an extraordinary history and a large number of elegant nineteenth century buildings. There is an argument that it has the greatest concentration of large nineteenth century buildings of any city in Australia. While it doesn't feel like a major city it does have a distinctive ambience and charm and it is this that helps to make it a destination of great charm and an ideal central point for exploring the many nineteenth century villages which are within half and hour of the city centre.

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Sidmouth - Fast Facts

Sidmouth
Tiny township famous for its Auld Kirk on the banks of the Tamar River
Located 39 km northwest of Launceston near the western banks of the Tamar River, Sidmouth is a tiny, inconsequential town just beyond the western end of the Batman Bridge.

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Sidmouth - Places to See

Sidmouth
Tiny township famous for its Auld Kirk on the banks of the Tamar River
Located 39 km northwest of Launceston near the western banks of the Tamar River, Sidmouth is a tiny, inconsequential town just beyond the western end of the Batman Bridge.

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Sidmouth - Culture and History

Sidmouth
Tiny township famous for its Auld Kirk on the banks of the Tamar River
Located 39 km northwest of Launceston near the western banks of the Tamar River, Sidmouth is a tiny, inconsequential town just beyond the western end of the Batman Bridge.

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