Walk Cataract Gorge

Walk Cataract Gorge

Explore Cataract Gorge and First Basin with a local guide.

One of the special things to do in Launceston.

Don’t wonder. Wander. Truly get to know this place with a guided walk into and around Launceston’s breathtaking Cataract Gorge. It’s an experience like no other.

  • See the amazing panoramas and Australian flora
  • Hear the South Esk flowing over the Cataract
  • Taste the flora of the Gorge
  • Meet the feathered and furry wildlife
  • Smell the unique scent of the Aussie bush
  • Touch the ancient rock and the cool fresh water

Experience Tasmania in the truest sense of the word and take away a memory that will last you a lifetime. Immerse yourself and connect to Launceston’s No.1 visitor destination.

Tours

Walk Cataract Gorge offers two tours:

The one-hour, one-way walk from Kings Bridge to Frist Basin, The Jewel of Launceston, which combines the best that Cataract Gorge has to offer, 09:30am daily, $22 per person;

And the 45-minute tour, loop around First Basin including the Gardens, Launceston’s Natural Heart, giving you natures essentials for your Cataract Gorge visit, 11am and 12noon daily, $18 per person.

Book your tour online.

Website: https://www.walkcataractgorge.com.au/

Tours: https://www.walkcataractgorge.com.au/tours-snapshot/

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Photography Credits

Tourism Tasmania, Barnbougle Dunes, Ray Joyce, Health Holden, Graham Freeman, Joe Shemesh, Glenn Gibson, Hobart City Council, Nick Osborne, National Trust Tasmania, Dale Baldwin, Brian Dullaghan, Rob Burnett, Alistair Bett, Alice Bennett, Wai Nang Poon, Chris Crerar, Kathy Leahy, Flow Mountain Bike, Tasmanian Parks & Wildlife Service, James Bowden, Masaaki Aihara, Sean Feennessy, Bruce Irwin, Liz Knox