Top Launceston Cruises

Tamar River - Batman Bridge Luncheon Cruise

$135

Tranquil luncheon cruise to see the famous Batman Bridge over Tamar River

Tamar River - Batman Bridge Luncheon Cruise

Departure Details

  • Departure End of Home Point Parade, Launceston
  • Boards 09:30
  • Departs 10:00
  • Returns 14:00

Cruise Inclusions

  • 4-hr Batman Bridge luncheon cruise
  • Light Lunch & Tasmanian cheese platter
  • Tea/coffee and local wine and beer
  • Views of Batman Bridge & Tamar Valley
  • Possible wildlife sightings

Tamar River - Morning Discovery Cruise

$89

Relaxing cruise to take in the serene views of Tamar Valley and Cataract Gorge

Tamar River - Morning Discovery Cruise

Departure Details

  • Departure End of Home Point Parade, Launceston
  • Boards 09:30
  • Departs 10:00
  • Returns 12:30

Cruise Inclusions

  • 2.5-hr Tamar River morning cruise
  • Views of Cataract Gorge, Tamar Valley
  • Historical commentary
  • Afternoon tea/coffee
  • Fresh fruit basket with wine tasting

Tamar River - Afternoon Discovery Cruise

$89

Scenic Tamar River afternoon cruise with historical commentary about the region

Tamar River - Afternoon Discovery Cruise

Departure Details

  • Departure End of Home Point Parade, Launceston
  • Boards 01:00
  • Departs 01:30
  • Returns 04:00

Cruise Inclusions

  • 2.5-hr Tamar River afternoon cruise
  • Views of Tamar Island & notable region
  • Historical commentary
  • Fresh fruit basket selection
  • Licensed bar on board

Launceston Cruise Categories

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Lunch Cruises

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From $89

Launceston and its scenic highlights

Launceston in Tasmania is one of Australia’s oldest cities that is famed for the Cataract Gorge, the vineyards of Tamar Valley, the gorgeous old towns and vibrant culinary culture. Its beautiful scenic highlights and abundant natural wealth makes it a city worth visiting. A great start to exploring the city would be a Tamar River cruise that will take you around the most important areas of Launceston including the Cataract Gorge, Tamar Valley and the Seaport Precinct. With a great deal of intriguing history lurking behind every nook and corner of this city, Launceston is often seen on the same page as Hobart, the historic capital city of Tasmania. Also, do explore the city’s culinary traditions for a memorable food and wine experience.