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City Park

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Always a lovely place to visit

A wonderful quiet peaceful place to unwind on lovely soft grass under the old trees. Pleasant... read more

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Brisbane, Australia

A beautiful park which happens to have a monkey enclosure in the middle! All of the park is well... read more

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Cimitiere Street and Tamar Street, Launceston, Tasmania, Australia
+61 3 6331 4616
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Reviewed yesterday

A wonderful quiet peaceful place to unwind on lovely soft grass under the old trees. Pleasant hothouse open until 5.30pm - the blooms currently are wonderful & colourful. Various statues & features around the park to look at & read (eg settlers stories). Also adjoins...More

Thank 188petere
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

A beautiful park which happens to have a monkey enclosure in the middle! All of the park is well kept and very clean. A lovely place to spend the afternoon.

Thank johnjames3562
Reviewed 4 days ago

We stayed directly opposite this glorious Victorian era park. Fantastic trees, a beautiful conservatory with orchids etc, the only group of Japanese Macaques on display in Australia, historic fountains, lovely flower beds - so enjoyable to just stroll through, as we did a few times....More

Thank Gregory D
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Right in the middle of the city, this smallish Park is so cool! Not only does it have monkeys but also train rides for the kids. $2.50 per person for the train ride, adults can go on too. There is also a train theme playground!...More

Thank mamabehart
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Gorgeous park very close to the city. Beautiful gardens and features. We misses the japanese monkeys as they shut that at 4.30pm.

Thank rsJ2849NT
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

This time of year....totally blissful! Spring is glorious in City Park. Shoes off and ground yourself amongst the trees with the grass between your toes! Picnic or taking the kids out in the fresh air, this is soulfully delightful. Romance, family trip or a single...More

Thank nurse-suey
Reviewed 6 days ago

This is a beautiful park. We visited in spring so it was superb to wander around. There are some insteresting statues and monuments including the drinking fountain pictured. I loved watching the Japanese monkeys. They were very active and appeared well cared for. Beautiful little...More

Thank Wen5739
Reviewed 6 days ago

The Launceston City park is the place to visit for families and everyone who just wan't to enjoy the beautiful park surrounds. There is something to take out of it what you will. BBQ area with the playground close by . The train ride is...More

Thank Sarah H
Reviewed 6 days ago

Is a great park to visit, especially the macaque monkeys, the gardens are beautiful, nice pathways to stroll around, and Radio Museum within the park is interesting.

Thank Jondon45
Reviewed 6 days ago

I have been to City Park on my own, with a friend, and with a family. At each time it was different because of the different attractions. There is plenty of seating, nice flat walking paths, water features, green grassy areas, a playground, and the...More

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