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World Street Eats is a community centric, cultural food & drinks market in the heart of Launceston. Inspired by the multiculturalism in Launceston, World Street Eats aims to showcase quality cuisine and street food from around the globe.Bringing you a collection of Tasmanian food stalls and food trucks. Our vendors... Read more
World Street Eats
1 Civic Square, Launceston
Alive After 5 (AA5) is Launceston's Friday evening event. In the heart of the city you will find live and local musicians, food, and drinks. All capped off with an outdoor cinema!Some people come for the music, some for the film, while others pass through for the food. Most partake of all three! A preferred spot for... Read more
Alive After 5 (AA5)
1 Civic Square, Launceston
See over 40 Tasmanian makers and creators together at Niche Market. Held in the iconic Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery, Inveresk. A premium shopping experience, Niche Market has been operating in Tasmania for over ten years. Niche is one of Tasmania’s most successful design and make enterprises regularly attracting... Read more
St Giles Niche Market
4 4 Invermay Road, Launceston
Blood Orange is the third collaboration between writer/performer Paul McDermott and guitar/rock/god Glenn Moorhouse.Daring and dangerous, and willing to dive head-first into topics most other comedians are afraid of touching, PAUL + 1 offers a dark antidote to this nervous, and overprotective era. This is a show that... Read more
Paul McDermott Plus One: Blood Orange
57 57 Brisbane Street, Launceston
Eat & drink
Your guide to food and drink in Launnie
People often ask Jonny and Ally McCoy of Pachinko where their restaurant’s name comes from. The answer is, Japan, like some of the inspiration for their cuisine.
From food van to bricks and mortar
Catering for Launceston’s hungry diners every day is no mean feat. A number of businesses started slow and small and took advantage of the opportunities for food stalls and vans around the city...
19 Kingsway, Launceston
Gastronomy: a love of Launceston's food
Gastronomy is typically defined as the study of the relationship between food and culture.
Learn more about the faces behind your favourite Launnie businesses
An exquisite display in the window of Reflekt is a treat for the eyes in mid-winter – literally. On crisp, bright days, sunglasses give comfort in the winter sun.
111 George Street, Launceston
That family feeling: a conversation with The Grain Grocer
The Grain Grocer is a Launceston small business staple- find out how the owner, Jo, came to own the business and what she thinks of Launceston in this interview.
67 George Street, Launceston
We acknowledge the Tasmanian aboriginal people (pakana) as the traditional custodians of this land, lutruwita, and their continuing connection to the land, sea, waterways and skies. We pay respect to elders past and present, as they hold the memories, traditions, culture and hope for generations to come; and to all those who continue caring for country, sharing stories, and upholding rights.