Mantra Charles Hotel Launceston

- Launceston, North East

287 Charles Street, Launceston TAS

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About the area - Launceston

Mantra Charles Hotel is located in the centre of Launceston, which is known for its food, wine, colonial heritage and beautiful surrounding wilderness, making it an excellent base to experience the best that Tasmania has to offer. 

From here, you will be within minutes of the Tama Valley wine region, and just 2.5 hours drive from the Bay of Fires – a spectacular coastline full of stunning bays with turquoise waters. If you’d like to visit Hobart, it’s just a short 2 hour drive from Launceston, making it a great day trip. 

From visiting the Cataract George, to Launceston’s museums and art galleries, Tamar River Valley, historical villages, national parkland and lavender fields, there are so many attractions to explore. 

If you’re travelling to Launceston on business, then Mantra Charles Hotel is located in the ideal position on edge of the CBD in a leafy suburb on Charles Street.

Attractions include:

  • Short walk to Launceston CBD
  • Queen Victoria Museum
  • Tasmanian Automobile Museum
  • City Park and the monkeys
  • Launceston Sea Port
  • Boag'Princes Brewery
  • Launceston Aquatic Centre
  • Aurora Stadium
  • Ritchies Mill
  • Tamar River Cruises
  • Princess Theatre
  • Franklin House
  • Tamar Island Wetlands
  • Ritchies Mill
  • Tamar Ridge Wines
  • Flinders Island (40min flight)
  • Harvest Farmers Market, Cimitiere St (every Saturday 8.30am – 12.30pm)
  • Evandale Market, Logan Road, Evandale (every Sunday 8am – 1.30pm)
  • Launceston Parkrun – free to enter, timed 5km run in Inveresk Precinct (every Saturday 9am)
  • Lavender House Perfumery, Rowella
  • Richardson’s Harley Davidson Museum and Café
  • Christmas Hills Raspberry Farm, Elizabeth Town
  • Bay of Fires Wines, Pipers River
  • Guan Di Template

events not to miss:

  • Launceston Cup – February 
  • Festivale – February 
  • AFL – March 
  • Longford Blessing of the Harvest – March 
  • Agfest Field Days – May 
  • Targa Tasmania – May 
  • Junction Arts Festival – September 
  • BOFA – November 
  • Melbourne to Launceston Yacht Race – December