Latrobe

  • Follow the twists and turns of the Mersey River and you will soon reach Latrobe, the former port of the north-west coast. Once the bustling town of its time, it is now a much smaller neighbour to Devonport. Latrobe’s population of 2,700 does not include its platypus inhabitants. The town is known as the platypus capital of the world, and you may be lucky enough to spot one of the flat-billed creatures in the Warrawee Reserve. Latrobe comes to life with various festivals throughout the year, including the Chocolate Winterfest held at the House of Anvers Chocolate, Frogmore Fair, and

  • Lucas Hotel
    Lucas Hotel

    The Lucas Hotel (c.1872) offers quality accommodation and fine cuisine at Latrobe, in Tasmania. The

  • Latrobe Mersey River Caravan Park and Backpackers
    Latrobe Mersey River Caravan Park and Backpackers

    Latrobe Mersey River Caravan Park and Backpackers is a new park at Bells Parade Latrobe,

  • Lucinda B&B
    Lucinda B&B

    Lucinda B&B is a Victorian era property circa 1891. Set upon 4 acres of park-like

  • Latrobe Motel
    Latrobe Motel

    A lovely little town in the heart of rural Tasmania and yet so close to

  • Lucas Hotel
    Lucas Hotel

    The Lucas Hotel (c.1872) offers quality accommodation and fine cuisine at Latrobe, in Tasmania. The

  • Sherwood View Accommodation
    Sherwood View Accommodation

    Sherwood View Accommodation overlooks the pristine beauty of the Sherwood Forest just outside Latrobe, Tasmania.

  • Mackey's Royal Hotel
    Mackey's Royal Hotel

    Mackey's Royal Hotel is situated in the north-west Tasmanian town of Latrobe, a 10-minute drive

  • Country View Stays
    Country View Stays

    Country View Stays offers self-contained accommodation in Latrobe, northern Tasmania. Nestled in the lush countryside

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