Tasmania's “northern capital” of Launceston was established in 1806 by free settlers. It has fine Victorian buildings from the 1870s and 1880s and elegant contemporary architecture. The unique attraction of Cataract Gorge is a natural wonder only a 15-minute walk from the city centre, and not far from the J Boag and Son brewery. Cool climate wines and fine dining are the essence of the new Launceston experience and the city is a perfect base from which to explore the surrounding region. The tidal River Tamar flows north from Launceston to George Town and Bass Strait, past forested hills and pastures, lavender plantations, vineyards, strawberry farms and orchards. Excellent restaurants, superb boutique wineries and simple roadside stalls ensure every appetite is indulged and this idyllic setting will satisfy other interests too, from history enthusiasts to nature lovers. You can explore by road or cruise the long curve of the Tamar River.
Sandors On The Park, hotel accommodation in Launceston, Northern Tasmania, offers sixty-eight twin, double, and family sized accommodation rooms. Overlooking spectacular City Park, Sandors on the Park is located just five minutes walk to the Launceston Central Business District and the perfect base to visit dozens of the local tourist attractions. A short walk from the hotel are excellent shops, restaurants, and cafes. The hotel also provides a great base from which to explore the numerous attractions that Launceston and Tasmania have to offer, including the Cataract Gorge Reserve, Queen Victoria Museum & Art Gallery, Penny Royal World, James Boags Brewery, and the Tamar Valley wineries.
Whilst you are staying at the Sandors you can relax in the cosmopolitan atmosphere of the licensed and locally renowned bistro the Monkey Bar Cafe. It’s open from breakfast until late and offers an innovative cuisine and a great place to unwind with a drink or two. It is open for breakfast 7am – 9am and for evening meals seven days a week.
The hotel offers Twin or Double rooms overlooking spectacular City Park feature air-conditioning, private en-suite, hairdryer, Colour TV, radio, phone, refrigerator, ironing facilities, minibar.
The City Park was established in the 1820s by the Launceston Horticultural Society and handed over to the Launceston City Council in 1863. It is now an important part of cultural life in Launceston and also a heritage park. The park's attractions include many gardens and a Monkey Island, which houses a group of macaques that are separated from visitors by a glass wall and small moat. The park also has memorials and statues. One of these statues is of Ronald Campbell Gunn--botanist, public servant, and politician. The most prominent building at the park is the Albert Hall. The park plays host to Festivale, a popular annual food festival held every year in February.
Sanders On The Park is the perfect location with great views and central for all the attrcations of Launceton and the surrounding region.
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