What a magical sunset captured by Cityprom- Launceston talented local photographer Mandie Austin!
About 1861, Doyne was engaged by the West Tamar Road Trust to design a bridge across Cataract
Gorge. His wrought iron arch design was accepted, the bridge parts were fabricated in
England and the assembled structure was floated into position in 1863
The post office was built in the late 1880s with the clock face being added to the tower in the early 1900s.
The Albert Hall is a convention centre in Launceston, Tasmania in the style of high Victorian architecture, first opened as the main structure for the Tasmanian Industrial exhibition which ran from 25 November 1891 to 22 March 1892.
The Cataract Gorge is a river gorge in Launceston and is one of the region's premier tourist attractions. The earliest known European visitor to the site was William Collins, who discovered its entrance in 1804.
View of Kings Bridge, The Gorge, Launceston
The Launceston Town Hall
The Council commissioned architect Mr Peter Mills to design the Victorian Italianate-styled Town Hall in 1864. It cost 6,000 pounds to build.
Alexandra suspension bridge
Alexandra Suspension Bridge and First Basin, Cataract Gorge, Launceston