Mole Creek - Sleep

Mole Creek (including Mayberry)
Entry point to the Western Tiers and the nearby limestone caves
Mole Creek is a tiny, rather unimportant, little township on the road from Deloraine to Cradle Mountain. Located at the edge of the Great Western Tiers it is 72 km west of Launceston and 271 km northwest of Hobart, via Launceston. The town was named, with little imagination, after a nearby creek which, because the area is predominantly limestone, disappears underground "like a mole".

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Longford - Fast Facts

Longford
Fascinating small historic town south west of Launceston
Located 24 km south west of Launceston and 175 m above sea level, Longford (a classified historic town) was named after a county in Ireland by the colonial surveyor, Roderic O'Connor.

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Longford - Eat

Longford
Fascinating small historic town south west of Launceston
Located 24 km south west of Launceston and 175 m above sea level, Longford (a classified historic town) was named after a county in Ireland by the colonial surveyor, Roderic O'Connor.

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Longford - Sleep

Longford
Fascinating small historic town south west of Launceston
Located 24 km south west of Launceston and 175 m above sea level, Longford (a classified historic town) was named after a county in Ireland by the colonial surveyor, Roderic O'Connor.

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Longford - Culture and History

Longford
Fascinating small historic town south west of Launceston
Located 24 km south west of Launceston and 175 m above sea level, Longford (a classified historic town) was named after a county in Ireland by the colonial surveyor, Roderic O'Connor.

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Lilydale - Fast Facts

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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Lilydale - Eat

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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Lilydale - Sleep

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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