The Abel Tasman Launceston - motel style accommodation with 43 quality non-smoking rooms all with ground floor access and convenient FREE parking to your door and rooms that are serviced daily.
FREE Wireless Broadband to all rooms.
Abel Tasman Airport Motor Inn is conveniently located an easy 8 minute drive to Launceston Airport (the closest motel) and just 12 minutes to Launceston CBD. The Abel Tasman Airport Motor Inn is close to all major attractions that Launceston and the Tamar Valley have to offer including museums, historic homes, wineries, golf courses, shopping and facilities such as Aurora Statium, Silverdome and for the motor cycle or V8 enthusiast-Symmons Plains just 20 minutes south. All major arterial roads are easily accessed without the need to negotiate the CBD.
Top Attractions in Launceston:
Franklin House - A charming Georgian house built in 1838 and restored by the National Trust.
Cataract Gorge - Launceston'ï¿½s most striking feature -a piece of wilderness just a few minutes walk from the city centre. The 12 ha park containing the boulder filled gorge boasts more than 70 species of fauna native to the area. A chair lift joins cliff gardens with flowering rhododendrons and strolling peacocks. Visit this spectacular body of water surrounded by luscious green trees, fern glades and spacious lawns.
Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery - A display of some of the best collections of colonial art.
Tamar River Valley - North from the city is the Tamar River and the Tamar Valley wine route, which follows both banks of the Tamar River. Discover cool- grape varieties such as Riesling, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir growing in the vineyards and winning wide acclaim.
Grubb Shaft Gold and Heritage Museum - Not far away in Beaconsfield is the Grubb Shaft Gold and Heritage Museum, a showcase of mining history.
Clarendon House and Woolmers Estate - Clarendon House near Evandale is a beautifully preserved National Trust treasure, as is Woolmers Estate near Longford. At Woolmers Estate you will discover a time capsule of farming history showing how country life was in 19th century Tasmania.
Seahorse World - the world'ï¿½s only seahorse farm where you can observe these remarkable sea creatures.
Platypus House - A once in a lifetime opportunity to watch the unique Tasmanian Platypuses.
Top Activities For LAUNCESTON
Tamar River Cruises - Cruise the world-renowned Cataract Gorge and the Tamar River on the M.V. Tamar Odyssey. Take in the spectacular scenery.
J. Boag & Son - Australia's Premium Brewer - Brewery tour provides a rich and ambient environment for visitors to relax and learn something about the history of this proud brewery, including a museum of the brewery'ï¿½s memorabilia giving an insight into the Boag'ï¿½s family and the development of the Boag'ï¿½s brands throughout the last century. Visitors can taste Boag'ï¿½s beer and buy merchandise.
Ghost Tours of Launceston City Centre - Allow yourself to be guided through the back lanes of Launceston and listen to the stories of murder and intrigue.
Aquarius Roman Baths - The ultimate relaxation. Warm therapeutic baths - pure self indulgence!
Cable Hang Gliding - Experience excitement, exhilaration and freedom of hang gliding under controlled conditions as you soar over an eighteen metre cliff to your landing point two hundred metres from take-off point.
Country Club Casino - Join in the action and excitement and try your luck at Launceston'ï¿½s only casino. Or why not tee off a game of golf at one of Tasmania'ï¿½s championship golf courses at the Casino?
Tamar Valley - Experience it, explore it, love it. A whole valley full of fine food and wine. Overloaded with history, heritage and natural attractions.
Tasmania Zoo and Devil'ï¿½s Heaven - home to 30 devils and still growing. Devils Heaven started up with six adopted orphaned devils of mothers with DFTD.
The Abel Tasman Airport Motor Inn offers easy access to all major roads leading to the North West and West coast, East coast and the Midlands Highway to Hobart.