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  NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Launceston, Tasmania
Launceston serves as the commercial hub for the north of the state and, like many parts of Tasmania, is a major tourist centre.
The Launceston General Hospital is one of the three main public hospitals in Tasmania, Australia, and serves the north of the state.
Launceston is a small city in the north of Tasmania, Australia, population of approximately 98,000, located at the juncture of the North Esk, South Esk, and Tamar rivers.
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 Launceston, Tasmania   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Launceston is the home of York Park, the state's only first-class sports ground equipped with lights for evening games.
YMCA Launceston Provides the community of Launceston and its surrounding areas with a well balanced range of activities catering to the interest in sporting and recreational pursuits for all ages.
Launceston Computer Group Incorporated A User Group for PC and Macintosh Users in the Launceston, Tasmania, Australia area.
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 Search:Launceston Tasmania - infospace.co.uk
Launceston is a service-type city at the head of the Tamar...
Devonport, Tasmania, is the port of arrival of the ferry across Bass Strait from Melbourne.
Launceston is a service-type city at the head of the Tamar River Estuary with a population of 75 000.
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 Launceston, Australia
66,000), the second largest town in Tasmania, lies in the northeast of the island at the head of the Tamar River, which is formed by the junction of the North and South Esk and after a winding course of 64km flows into the Bass Strait.
It was renamed Launceston in 1907 in honor of Governor Philip King, who came from Launceston in Cornwall.
Launceston lies at the junction of five important highways - the Midlands Highway from the south, the Tasman Highway from the east, the West and East Tamar Highways from the north and the Bass Highway from the west.
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 Population Launceston Tasmania in directory.co.uk
Launceston is a small city in the north of the state of Tasmania, Australia, population approximately 98,000, located at the juncture of the...
September also show Tasmania with a record population of 483,000 and Hobart's population at 202,138.
Launceston is a small city in the north of Tasmania, Australia, population of approximately 98,000, located at the juncture of the North Esk,...
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 Launceston, Tasmania   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
From Launceston, Batman planned and designedthe city of Melbourne, and in 1834 he sailed across Bass Strait to settle there - specifically, at PortPhillip, Victoria.
Launceston serves as the commercial hub for the north of the state, and like many parts of Tasmania, is a major touristcentre.
Launceston has also produced two of Australia's top cricket batsmen in recent years: David Boon and Ricky Ponting.
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 Tasmania's north and north-east
Tasmania's north-east is known for its fertile land and quality timber.
Launceston, Tasmania's second-largest city, is located on the Tamar River and is known for its attractive parks and gardens.
Tasmania's best skifields are located in the north-east at Ben Lomond, and there are several noteworthy historic towns in the area as well.
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 Launceston, Tasmania - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Launceston is a small city in the north of the state of Tasmania, Australia, population approximately 98,000, located at the juncture of the North Esk, South Esk, and Tamar rivers.
Launceston has a public bus service operated by the Tasmanian government owned company Metro Tasmania.
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 Tour of Tasmania: Launceston
It is Tasmania's second largest population centre, and is an attractive city due to its many parks and gardens, which incorporate European trees such as oaks and elms.
Franklin House, south of Launceston, is a Georgian style home built in 1838 and named for Sir John Franklin, Governor of Van Diemens Land (Tasmania).
Launceston Airport is located approximately 30 minutes drive south of the city near the historic town of Evandale.
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 Launceston, Tasmania   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Launceston is a small city in the of Tasmania Australia population of approximately 98000 located at juncture of the North Esk South Esk Tamar rivers.
Launceston was once the home of John (see History of Melbourne).
Launceston serves as the commercial hub for north of the state and like many of Tasmania is a major tourist centre.
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 Launceston Tasmania. Information, accommodation
Launceston is 120 miles north of Hobart and is situated in (almost English style) rolling countryside at the tip of the Tamar River.
Launceston is located on the northern side of the island of Tasmania.
The city, and Tasmania as a whole, have a well deserved culinary reputation as well as being home to one of Australia's best breweries, established by a Scottish brewer.
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 Tasmania travel guide - Wikitravel
Tasmania [1] is the smallest of Australia's states.
Tasmania is served by several national or regional airlines, flying into Hobart and Launceston airports
Tasmania is served by several boats from mainland Australia, departing from Sydney and Melbourne.
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 PRDnationwide - Real Estate, Launceston, Tasmania - Property Management
Launceston is Tasmania’s second largest city and is located in the North of the State.
Launceston is steeped in history being Australia’s third oldest city after Sydney and Hobart and was settled in 1806.
Launceston is also home to Aurora Stadium, home to AFL in Tasmania with scheduled games every year showcasing the best this national competition has to offer, the stadium itself is only a 10 minute walk from the centre of town!
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 ThaiTassie --- Launceston, Tasmania Australia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
In 1852 it assumed the role of Tasmania's second major centre and was proclaimed a municipality.
It is known as Tasmania's Garden City because of the large numbers of parks and gardens.
Realistically it is Tasmania's second city and, for most visitors who make the trip across Bass Strait, it is their first port of call after they have arrived at either Devonport or George Town.
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 Launceston tasmania - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
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 eLaunceston Community Portal
The main factors that brought the project to Launceston were the innovative nature of the city, and the strong support from all areas of the community for the region.
The portal and the eLaunceston project were positive factors influencing the selection of Launceston for the Launceston Broadband Project and the establishment of the B-eLab.
Discover Launceston is a collaboration between Launceston City Council, Telstra Broadband e-Lab and Telstra Country Wide.
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 Rotary Club of North Launceston
The Rotary Club of North Launceston is located in the historic city of Launceston (population 98,160) which is located on the Tamar River where the North and South Esk Rivers converge.
It is Tasmania's second largest population centre, and is an attractive city due to its many parks and gardens.
Launceston is Australia's third oldest city from where John Batman planned the city of Melbourne from his residence in Launceston.
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 Launceston Tasmania Hotel Accommodation
Launceston, on the Tamar River, is Tasmania's second oldest city.
Noted for its pretty parks and gardens, Launceston is also convenient for tours in the Tamar Valley and treks to Cradle Mountain.
Excellent Launceston 5 star hotels, 4 star hotels and Launceston motels or backpacker hostel accommodation is available.
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 BUG - Backpackers Guide to Launceston, Tasmania, Australia
Tasmania's second largest city is also one of Australia's oldest.
Launceston's small airport is 20km south of the city centre and has frequent flights to Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane.
Launceston is a pretty good place for eating out, particularly when you consider the city's small size.
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 Search:Map Of Launceston Tasmania - infospace.co.uk
Tasmania Holidays for the 18-35 age group - flights not included 1 Contiki tours to Tasmania.
Tasmania and is said to be the Australian birthplace
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 Launceston & Tamar Valley Tours, attractions, sightseeing, museums, galleries TAS Australia
Come and tour the J. Boag Brewery J. Boag & Son’s brewery is situated in Launceston, Tasmania, an island state of Australia, renowned for its clean environment and its ability to produce world class foods and...
Tasmania although only just over 200 years old to white settlement has had more than it's fair share of violent and/or torturous deaths, not to mention those caused by...
Tasmania is the most beautiful place in the world.
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 Travel to Launceston, Tasmania Australia
Launceston is Australia's third oldest city and is nestled between the Tamar River and scenic Cataract Gorge at the beginning of the beautiful Tamar Valley.
- Launceston is Australia's third oldest city and is nestled between the Tamar River and scenic Cataract Gorge at the beginning of the beautiful Tamar Valley.
Cradle Mountain is one of the favorite features of the park and is surrounded by forests, alpine areas, glacier lakes and icy streams...
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 Packaging Gateway - James Boag & Son Brewery Expansion, Launceston, Tasmania, Australia
James Boag &; Son of Launceston, Tasmania, is the fourth largest brewer in Australia.
In 2004-05 the Boag Brewery is being expanded to occupy the complete block enclosed by William, Tamar and Shield Streets and The Esplanade in Launceston.
JL Lennard Engineering was awarded the contract to supply and install a Krones high-speed bottling line at the Launceston brewery and was responsible for engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) and project management (JL Lennard is the official distributor of Krones equipment in Australia).
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 Open Directory - News: Newspapers: Regional: Australia: Tasmania   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The Advocate - Newspaper serving North-West and Western Tasmania with its main press and mailroom located in Burnie.
Launceston Courier (1840-1843) - A digital archive of this newspaper covering most editions from 12 October, 1840 to 27 March, 1843.
The Teetotal Advocate (1843) - First published in Launceston by John Knight, this digitized archive includes all 38 issues from April 3 to December 30, 1843.
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 Launceston, Tasmania
Launceston is the second bigget city in Tasmania after Hobart.
Launceston is located in the north of the island, 200 km north of Hobart.
There is a rescently build marina in Launceston, with fancy apartments overlooking yachts.
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 Launceston City Council
It was built in 1838 for Mr Britton Jones, an early Launceston brewer and innkeeper.
Fascinating walks around the historic churches and inns of the city capturing the history, colour and character of the past and imparting an understanding of the architecture for which Launceston is famous.
Sitting in the hills of West Launceston and by the South Esk River, the 450 hectare recreation area offers all the excitement and exhilaration of cable hang gliding, bushwalking, archery, orienteering and aquatic activities or the quietness and relaxation found amid the spectacular gorges, river, lake and eucalyptus forests.
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 Launceston & Tamar Valley Extended Tours and Cruises
More Groups Tasmania Launceston - Based in Launceston, Groups Tasmania are your local experts when it comes to preparing tours around Tasmania.
More Tasmanian Escape Launceston City - Luxury four wheel drive day and extended tours to all the popular destinations, or to off the beaten track out of the way places - the choice is yours....
More Tasmanian Expeditions Launceston City - Tasmanian Expeditions is a major national outdoor operator offering the widest range of active holidays in Tasmania.
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 Web Support Outsourcing Website Design Site Development Launceston, Tasmania Australia
Bicheno By the Bay is ideally situated near the ocean in the heart of Bicheno on Tasmania's sunny east coast.
Located in Campbell Town Tasmania, on the banks of the Elizabeth River, Foxhunters Return was established as a coaching inn to cater for the ever-increasing trade plying the then Midlands Highway, (now known as the Heritage Highway).
Idyllic heritage bed and breakfast tasmania accommodation in the heart of the Huon Valley particularly for lovers of Golden Retrievers.
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