Thrifty Launceston Car Rental

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Thrifty Launceston Car Rental
151 St John Street
Launceston Tas 7250

Other Car Depots Located in Launceston

Europcar Launceston City Depot
112 George Street
Launceston 7250 Tas

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Launceston at a Glance

Tasmania's second largest city, Launceston has a population of 90 000 people. One of Australia's oldest cities, it has a rich history that is evident in the buildings and streets there. Its close proximity to three major rivers, its beautiful surrounds and the peaceful nature of the city has led to it being one of the chief tourist regions in the state. The best way to explore the city and its surrounds is in the comfort and style of a rental car from Rent New Cars.

Ideas for Visitors to Launceston
  1. J. Boag and Son is one of the oldest breweries in the country, and has been running for over a century. The tours that are offered here are therefore a history lesson as well as an interesting insight into how their special beer is brewed.
  2. The Cataract Gorge Reserve lies just south of Launceston, and is famous for its towering cliff faces. The views of the South Esk River are amazing, and there are some spectacular bushwalks through the reserve. You can cool off with a swim in the river!
  3. The lush and fertile Tamar Valley is a short drive away. Known as the Valley of the Senses, lovers of fine food and wine will be in heaven here. Wineries and farms record bountiful produce, and its a beautiful region to go on a roadtrip through.
  4. The Launceston Trout Fishery is a great place to go if you are a novice fly fisherman after some lessons, or a seasoned professional keen for a guaranteed catch. On site experts will guide you through the basics of the art, and the dams are well stocked to make life easy!
  5. The Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery is one of Tasmania's best galleries, showcasing a diverse range of colonial art. The high quality exhibitions and displays from local and foreign artists will enthral visitors.