The Post Office has a very beautiful Bizarre clock tower as a main characteristic, you sure appreciate the state's history here,
the building was constructed the 1880s.
Penny Royal World
This is one of the most visited attractions in Tasmania, this is an open-air museum as well as a park which hosts a motel complex.
There is a beautiful old watermill which can be seen in this park and dates back from the 1820s.
The Macquarie House was constructed in 1830, and was used at the beginning as government offices, after many years it was restored
and became a part of the Queen Victoria Museum.
Launceston City Park
The City Park is located at the north-western part of Launceston, also called the Monkey Park because of a monkey and a kangaroo
enclosure. The view in this place is really beautiful, with trees, the fascinating John Hart conservatory and a exquisite decorated fountain.