In and around Hadspen Holiday & Caravan Park
Distance from park: 52km
The Centre houses over 10,000 pieces from Beaconsfield and the Tamar Valley. Enjoy and appreciate the history, play with treasures from the past and embark on a historical journey.
Distance from park: 63km
This 265 acre farm is one of Tasmania's most spectacular sights during flowering in December and January. One of the world's largest single commercial lavender farms, producing the finest quality lavender flowers and lavender oil.
Distance from park: 13km
The Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery is the largest museum and art gallery in Australia located outside a capital city. The Museum houses a large collection of colonial art, contemporary craft and design, decorative arts, as well as Tasmanian natural history and natural sciences.
Distance from park: 11km
Launceston's own piece of wilderness, one of Australia's most enticing urban parks. From hiking trails, worlds' longest single span chairlift, cafe peacocks and wildlife to beautiful gardens.
Distance from park: 800 m
Step back in time and take a tour around some of the best historic sites in Tasmania. Entally Estate, Red Feather Inn, Archer’s Folly, Carrick Inn
Distance from park: 58km
Experience this fascinating aquarium dedicated to the preservation and conservation of seahorse. Take an educational tour and find out more about seahorse.
1 Feb 2019 - 3 Feb 2019
Festivale is one of Tasmania's premier summer events. A three day celebration of the very best Tasmanian food and wine, beer, cider and spirits, arts and entertainment.
Distance from park: 23km
The Tamar Island Wetlands Reserve is home to a wide variety of birds and wildlife, with the main walk taking just one hour along easy-access boardwalks.
Distance from park: 33km
Glide through the treetops along almost one kilometre of cable in specially designed harnesses, enjoying a birds-eye view of the forest and Pipers River - or take a ‘segway’ for an exhilarating glide on tracks established on the forest floor. Unique and fantastic fun!
Australia’s longest navigable tidal estuary, from Tamar Valley to Cataract Gorge. Let local skippers take you on an historical journey and discover the tales that shaped Launceston and the magnificent Tamar Valley.
Distance from park: 20km
Explore Tasmania Zoo and discover the largest collection of native and exotic animals on display in Tasmania! The zoo is located just a short 20 minute drive from either Hadspen or the centre of Launceston within a 900 acre natural bush property.
Tasmania’s oldest wine region, with 30 cellar doors. Tasmanian winegrowers use the cleanest air in the world, the purest mountain water and the four distinct seasons of the mid-southern latitudes to produce premium quality wines for a world market.
A once in a lifetime opportunity to watch both live Tasmanian platypuses and echidnas, in an indoor setting and undercover. Take an educational guided tour of the platypus ponds and the echidna garden.
Join us for a Sausage Sizzle and meet your fellow guests, BYO drinks and a gold coin donation to Variety the Children Charity.