• Launceston

Things to do in and around Launceston

Tasmania is as diverse as it is beautiful, and while it may be small compared to mainland Australia, it has so much to offer. From its quietly bustling cities, to its spectacular beaches and national parks, to its soaring peaks, Tassie is a wonder just waiting to be explored.

More than one third of Tasmania is National Park, Reserve or World Heritage protected wilderness, making it the ideal destination for lovers of the outdoors and nature enthusiasts. From the stunning Cradle Mountain, to the iconic Overland Track, to the breathtaking Wineglass Bay, Tasmania’s wilderness always keep visitors coming back for more

Tasmania is the place to go for wine connoisseurs and foodies. Well-known for its world-class cool climate wines, Tasmania’s pinot noir and sparkling wines are a thing of true beauty. Visitors can also enjoy a wide range of locally grown produce – produce that has benefited from Tassie’s rich, fertile soil, clear water and clean air

With its stunning backdrop and diverse range of activities, Tasmania is the perfect choice for business events and conferences. AccorHotels has one of the best conference venues Tasmania has to offer, with outstanding accommodation and conferencing options for events of all sizes.

About AccorHotels Conference Venues in Launceston

Located in the heart of Launceston in Tasmania’s north, The Sebel Launceston offers a range of options for visitors looking to host a conference in Tasmania. This elegant boutique-style hotel features four versatile event suites, as well as a variety of beautifully appointed guest rooms and modern leisure facilities.

Each function room is stylish and well presented, catering for 10 to 100 people in a range of flexible conferencing layouts. Business visitors can benefit from the latest presentation facilities, blackout blinds, and the advice and organisation of The Sebel’s dedicated onsite events team.

The Cataract Suite at The Sebel Launceston is a popular choice for visitors hosting a conference in Tasmania. Featuring floor-to-ceiling windows, the Cataract Suite offers magnificent views over Cataract Gorge, and can accommodate up to 90 guests in a selection of layouts.

Featuring self-contained, apartment-style accommodation, the hotel has 51 one and two bedroom suites, each with its own kitchen or kitchenette and private balcony. Hotel guests can also relax and unwind in the restaurant and bar, or blow off steam in the hotel’s modern fitness centre.