Europcar Launceston Airport Car Rental

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Europcar Launceston Airport Car Rental
Terminal Building
Launceston 7250 Tas

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Thrifty Launceston Airport Depot
Terminal Building
Launceston Tas 7250

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Launceston at a Glance

Launceston lies in the north of the island state of Tasmania, and with its population of 90 000 people is the second largest city in the state. It is an hours drive from Devonport, where the ferry 'The Spirit of Tasmania' docks on its crossing from the Australian mainland. The wealth of attractions in the city and the beauty of the surroundings appeal to all visitors on a grandiose scale! A hirecar from Rent New Cars will allow you to explore Launceston and give you the freedom to roam the whole of exquisite Tasmania.

Ideas for Visitors to Launceston
  1. Just minutes from the town centre lies one of the premier tourist attractions in the district, Cataract Gorge. From the top of its high and steep cliff faces you are afforded magnificent views of the South Esk River, and the longest single span chairlift in the world is found here.
  2. Stretching north west from Launceston is the Tamar Valley, also known as the 'Valley of the Senses'. This fertile and lush valley has lots of small towns and villages on the banks of the Tamar River, and is a well established wine producing region.
  3. Launceston is steeped in history, and one icon of the city is the Old Umbrella Shop, which is heritage listed and one of the oldest stores in Tassie. Various accessories and antiques are available here, and tourists love the hand crafted umbrellas.
  4. For a totally unique experience try out Seahorse World, an aquarium 100% dedicated to the weird and wonderful seahorse. Tours depart every 30 minutes and are an unique interactive experiece for the whole family.
  5. Launceston Lakes and Wildlife Park is a great spot to reconnect with nature and to try a spot of trout fishing. The well stocked lakes make catching a certainty, and tuition and equipment is available.