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Airlines flying from Perth to Launceston include Virgin Australia.
There are 1 airports in Launceston - Launceston Airport.
PER ✈ LST
Launceston is a city in the northern part of Tasmania region of Australia. Launceston is considered one of the oldest cities, and hence it is home to many historic buildings. Launceston is particularly known for its panoramic views, walking trails, sculpted gardens, etc. The place has multiple art galleries and museums as well.
Tip: The city has an oceanic, temperate climate, and hence has a bit extreme temperature in both summers & winters. Visitors are advised to be prepared for the same.
Getting to Launceston
Launceston Airport (LST) is located on the outskirts of the city, in the rural region of Western Junction, which is 15 km from Launceston Airport. There are multiple airline options to get from Perth to Launceston. Virgin Australia Airlines offers cheap flights from Perth to Launceston. There are no direct flights to Launceston from Perth offered by this airline, and there is one stop in between. Perth to Launceston flights has a flight time of about 5 hours to 7 hours overall. Perth- Launceston flight booking can also be done via other operators like Qantas Airlines, or Jetstar.
Tip: Try booking air tickets in advance to get the best deals on airfares.
What to do in Launceston
In terms of tourism and travel, Launceston is considered to be the hub in northern Tasmania. The city is home to the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery, which is the largest museum to be located outside of a capital city in Australia. The precinct also has a Tramway Museum which is just the place to be for train and tram enthusiasts. There are also multiple casinos and golf centers for recreation and relaxation available in the area. Other attractions include some major music and culture fests of the area. Launceston organizes the renowned Junction Arts Festival, which was first held in 2010. It spans over 5 days and is held annually. The dates and programs keep changing and the attractions majorly include various art forms, music, dance, interactive art, visual art, live performances, etc.
Tip: Many local bus operators are functional in and around Launceston, and can be used for local commuting.
What to eat in Launceston
There are various options for eating out in the city of Launceston. The place has a number of bars and bistros where one can try out lip-smacking cuisines at prices which won’t burn a hole in their pockets. Apart from this, there are multiple cafes in and around the city which have decent food, good quality service, hygienic environment, and amazing aesthetics. There are also options of high-end restaurants and eateries for the richer segment of visitors who are looking for premium experiences in their travel and fine dining.
Tip: Try out local Tasmanian cuisine when in Launceston, various joints and street shops can be found while exploring the city which serves the authentic flavors of the region.
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There is usually no major price difference between buying a roundtrip flight versus a one-way flight. Increased flexibility is the main benefit when it comes to buying a one-way flight from Perth(PER) to Launceston(LST). However, booking a roundtrip flight is a simpler process. You can compare roundtrip and one-way flights by using our flight comparison tool.