The City of Launceston manages more than 148 recreational areas including parks, gardens and playgrounds.
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17 Hill Street, West Launceston 7250
Forested park with seating and playground.
7-11 Bibra Place, Waverley 7250
Open flat parkland
17 Bluegum Road, Youngtown 7249
Parkland with tree shade.
55A Frederick Street, Launceston 7250
Formerly one of many brickfields found in Launceston. A leafy oasis on the CBD fringe, Brickfields is a traditional square park popular with the locals for picnics, relaxing and exercise.
76A Invermay Road, Invermay 7248
Small pleasant park area
74-90 Basin Rd, Launceston 7250
Car parking at the end of Gorge Road, steep steps or driveway lead to Cliff grounds. Historical rotunda, cafe / restaurant. Paths link with Cataract trails.
1-5 Corin Street, West Launceston 7250
Walking trail with suspension bridge walk over the South Esk River leading to Duck Reach Power Station museum. Steep and uneven terrain. Trails link to first basin and cliff grounds.
74-90 Basin Road, West Launceston 7250
Regarded as the main entrance to the Gorge. Accessible parking and facilities. Free open air swimming pool in the summer, change rooms. cafe, restaurant. Trails link with cliff grounds and Duck Reach.
30 Charlton Street, Norwood 7250
A community park with a large open play area – including a basketball pad, practice cricket wicket and play space.
50 Lamont St , Invermay 7248
Sports fields. Bookings are required to use facility.Access from Churchill Park Drive.