A must visit if if the north of Tasmania is Cataract Gorge at Launceston.
It was created around 1899 as a Victorian garden. There are two cafes, a like, outdoor swimming pool, large grass area, and lots of trails and lookouts.
Also a chairlift to take you from one side to the other.
A view from the far side at the top of the Inclinator.
There’s around 20 peacocks all around the main cafe. They literally walk around the tables, hoping for food.
And in one of the playgrounds, you can see wallabies.
They have walks ranging from 5 minutes to 90 minutes to various dams and bridges. Liked it so much, we went there twice.