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Launceston, Tasmania

Launceston offers a vibrant mix of history and nature. Explore colonial architecture, cruise the scenic Cataract Gorge, or visit the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery. Bustling weekend markets and charming suburbs add to Launceston's appeal.

Airbnb Management in Launceston

Nestled at the junction of the North Esk and South Esk Rivers, Launceston is Tasmania's second-largest city and a vibrant cultural hub. Explore the city centre's grand colonial architecture, reflecting Launceston's rich history as a convict settlement and port town. Wander the banks of the Tamar River at Inveresk, or delve into local history at the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery. Cruise the scenic Cataract Gorge, a natural wonder with walking trails, cafes, and a chairlift offering panoramic views. Beyond the city centre, discover charming suburbs like Newstead and Mayfield. Explore bustling weekend markets showcasing local produce and handcrafts, or visit the historic Brickendon Estate, a colonial mansion offering a glimpse into Tasmania's past. Launceston caters to all interests, offering a dynamic mix of history, nature, and contemporary culture.

Market Snapshot

Data from local Airbnb listings configured as entire units with two bedrooms, one bathroom and accommodating up to four guests.

Occupancy Rate

53.00% per year

The average rate at which a property is booked throughout the year.


193 nights


172 nights

Nightly Rate

$252.00 per night

The average accommodation fee charged to guests per night of stay.





Booking Revenue

$51,497.00 per year

The total revenue generated by bookings, including typical fees.




Cosmo does not provide financial, legal or accounting advice. All estimates are based on past performance of nearby listings, but are not guaranteed to be accurate or reliable. Actual performance may vary. Updated 15 May 2024 at 1:00 am.