Launceston Airport Car Rental

139 Evandale Main Rd, Western Junction, 7212

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Launceston Airport Car Rental Location Information

This beautiful Northern part of Tasmania opens up a whirlwind of charming natural escapades, perfect for an opportunity to unwind and relax. Known for it’s vibrant food and wine scene, Launceston is a treasure trove of winding wine valleys and beautiful scenic highlights. Mixing the old country charm with city spunk, it has plenty to offer to satisfy every traveller’s itinerary.

  

Launceston Airport information


Where is the branch located?

Our Launceston Airport branch is located at 139 Evandale Main Road, Launceston, Tasmania, 7212, and is a 8-minute walk from the airport terminals.

Your Launceston Airport Destination Guide

As one of Australia’s oldest cities, Launceston’s welcoming and inviting nature evokes a feeling of coming home. Known for its food and wine scene, natural beauty and colonial history, Launceston is the focal point of Northern Tasmania. As the Tamar River flows through the city, you’ll discover beauty everywhere you go. If you’re planning your holiday to the picturesque town, we recommend checking out the landmarks and icons of the area that are both rich in history and stunningly scenic.

Make Room for Road Trips

Cradle Mountain

  • Easy and challenging walks
  • 5,000-foot summit
  • Accessible by car
  • Accommodation available

The beauty of hiring a rental car means you can travel the city and surrounding areas to your heart’s content. Just two hours out of Launceston sits Cradle Mountain - one of Tasmania’s most famous natural landmarks. Journey to the mountain for a captivating experience and unparalleled views of the rugged landscapes. Cradle Mountain is open to the public no matter the time of year, with many locals and tourists opting to visit during snow season. On the mountain, you may spot a native animal or two, with Tasmanian devils and quolls often calling the surrounding forests and woodlands home. There are walking tracks ranging from easy strolls to challenging hikes and for those wanting the ultimate Cradle Mountain experience, the Cradle Summit will lead you to the extraordinary 5,000-foot peak. Planning on staying the night? Accommodation is available with cosy cabins within the National Park.

Tamar Valley

Turn your visit to Launceston into a road trip with a drive through the scenic Tamar Valley. Wineries, restaurants and attractions cover either side of the Tamar River, with Launceston being the central hub of the region. With over 30 wineries and vineyards along the River, many visitors take the Tamar Valley Wine Route, stopping for tastings along the way. If you choose to do so, make sure you assign a designated driver! If wine isn’t your thing, there’s much more to discover along the Valley including art, bush walks and beaches. We recommend stopping by Tasmania Zoo to see exotic and native animals or the Beaconsfield Mine & Heritage Centre for an interactive look at the town’s mining history. With plenty of accommodation in Launceston, it’s easy to set off from the city, jump in the rental car and spend your days journeying across the Valley.

Launceston City Highlights

Cataract Gorge

  • Short walk from the city centre
  • Walking trails
  • Suspension bridge
  • Chairlift

A trip to Launceston isn’t complete without a visit to Cataract Gorge - a stunning nature reserve in the heart of the city. A short stroll from the city centre will lead you to the gorge for a day out with a beautiful view. On arrival, you can take in the scenery of the reserve with a chairlift ride over the river, discover the area on foot with a selection of walking trails or feel the rushing waters below your feet on the Alexandra Suspension Bridge. An excellent place to relax, catch up with friends and make memories, there’s also a restaurant nestled within the cliff grounds and a garden that’s home to roaming peacocks! Plus, in summer, you can take a dip in the basin swimming pool.

City of Launceston

Another essential when visiting Launceston is a visit to City Park - it’s part botanical garden, part zoo. Unique in more ways than one, the park features a monkey enclosure where you can admire Japanese macaques as they swing from ropes and trees. Lovers of all things gardening and botany can check out the John Hart Conservatory for a look at exotic plants and flora, plus the park features a children’s playground, picnic tables and shaded areas for a relaxing day spent in nature. For more adventure, cross over the Tamar Street Bridge and head to the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery (QVMAG). Here you’ll find an array of art collections, natural science exhibits and a simulated night sky in the Planetarium. With plenty of experiences and attractions that won’t break the bank, head to the city centre for a guaranteed fun day out.


From nature walks to road trips and inner city parks, your visit to Launceston will leave you feeling relaxed, refreshed and energised. Getting around the city and state is easy in an Ace rental car. Once you’ve touched down, take a shuttle from the airport and head straight to our Launceston branch to begin your adventure across Northern Tasmania. Whether you’re after a food and wine adventure, a historical immersion or a trip surrounded by natural beauty, Launceston has it all!

Australian Car Hire Locations

We have rental car locations all over Australia and New Zealand so no matter where you plan to pick up your car rental or drop off your rental car we will be able to accommodate your needs, our locations are all open 7 days a week and with arrangement offer after-hours Rental car pickups and drop-offs.

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