Looking for an incredible getaway destination flanked by beautiful mountains, graceful waterways, featuring historic architecture and a lively food and arts scene? Take a look at Launceston, just off of Tasmania’s stunning northern coastline.

Launceston offers visitors a break from big-city hassles and sky-high metropolitan prices. As the second-largest city in Tasmania, it has most of the amenities expected of an urban destination, but at a more visitor-friendly pace and prices.

Stay Where History Lives, the Centennial Inn

Centennial hotel

When visiting the area, you must stay at one of Launceston’s favourite lodging facilities, the Centennial Inn. This heritage-listed and recently refurbished hotel puts you right in the middle of town, only a few short minutes away from the CBD. It also places you close to Launceston’s vibrant nightlife and other attractions.

Whether you come to Launceston for business or pleasure, let the Centenniaal Inn take care of you like a member of the family. Enjoy accommodations in the kind of 19th-century vintage historical setting that brings so many tourists to Launceston, but will all of the modern amenities, including FREE WIFI.

Enjoy Our Incredible Food Options


We invite you to try our family-friendly in-house restaurant, Steves Grill, one of Launceston’s favourite dining spots. Enjoy delicious seafood, chicken, beef, and pasta dishes, as well as a complimentary drink for our valued guests.

We also offer guests a discount voucher at Pizza Shop, one of the area’s best-known stops for Italian style comfort food.

Central to Everything You Want to Do

Centennial Inn offers more than just outstanding accommodations and guest service at a reasonable price. Our central location puts us only 15 km from the city airport.

While staying at the Centennial Inn, make sure that you get out to enjoy some of the scenery and history of the town and its surroundings. Launceston is famous for its Victorian-era buildings dating back over a century and a half.  Make sure to include a look at the , a beautiful colonnaded colonial-era building.

Launceston city park

Image souce :ngatn.org

Launceston’s city park also serves as a popular destination. Its quaint Victorian ornamentation and beautiful trees give residents and tourists alike a perfect place to relax. Across the street lies another favourite spot, the National Automobile Museum of Tasmania, featuring a broad variety of Australian and British motoring icons.

Launceston and the surrounding area has much to offer nature lovers as well. Within a short drive of the town in almost any direction lie some of Tasmania’s gorgeous forest preserves covering breathtaking mountain and valley vistas.

Just 15 minutes’ walk from the Launceston CBD, you will find Cataract Gorge, where the South Esk River has carved over millions of years a yawning cavern in the ancient rock. Walkways dating back to the 1890s can take you to some of the best scenic views in the state. For those wishing to skip the walk, but see the view, ride the world’s longest single-span chairlift. You can also take in the view from the historic Kings Bridge.

Reach Out Today for Questions or Reservations

Our friendly and professional staff at the Centennial Inn look forward to hearing from you. If you have any questions or wish to make a reservation, please call today.

Why come to a city known for its impressive Victorian architecture just to stay in a modern cookie-cutter hotel? Stay instead at Centennial Inn, a hotel that has seen as much history as its Launceston surroundings while still offering the best of amenities that today’s traveller needs.