Ten minutes drive from the Spirit of Tasmania terminal in East Devonport, Latrobe invites you to come and visit the Latrobe Visitor Information Centre for all your travel needs - bookings, advice, ideas, find out the MUST SEE and DO'S - or just have a chat.
What would you expect on a holiday to Latrobe and Port Sorell?
Four seasons, easy access to spectacular Tasmanian landscapes, an awesome natural environment including forest reserves with abundant wildlife.
Take a tour to view Platypus in their natural environment at Warrawee Forest Reserve. Stroll on our untouched clean and golden beaches.
Nowhere else in the world can you experience such unique natural attractions such as our rare truly Tasmanian orchids and birdlife.
Savour the local Tasmanian fine foods and wines, at Ghost Rock Vineyard or enjoy Belgium chocolates made with the finest Tasmanian dairy produce at the House of Anvers, in and around Latrobe and Port Sorell. Explore the nearby crystal caves just 30 minutes drive away, taste award winning chocolates, cheese, wines and cherries Tasmanian style. This is a truly authentic culinary experience. All produce is seasonal making it a perfect year-round destination.
Stroll through heritage streetscapes, that have been painstakingly preserved, chat and share your stories with our friendly locals - whatever time of year you visit. And pick up a bargain at the antique and collectibles stores and local markets. Also brag or blog online to all your friends and relatives.
Latrobe hosts some unique events, this years 100th Anniversary of Henley-on-Mersey will excite visitors of all ages. Watch the ferret races, join in the festivities with activites and prizes galore. Watch the world famous axemen, who developed their sport of the pioneering Australians, right here in Latrobe at the national Australian Axemans Hall of Fame. Don’t forget to book ahead for somewhere to stay. We have a fabulous selection of boutique accommodation in the nearby coastal township of Port Sorell. Go to the accommodation page to book now!
Walk amongst nature, ancient trees, platypus, bird hides, wombats at Warrawee Forest Reserve, or the Narawntapu National Park. View platypus with the help of an experienced guide. Our land a patchwork of colours and textures, with spectacular diversity where the deep ancient reds and black soils contrast with the dramatic oceans and rivers the lush greenery of the stunning farmlands and fields of poppies and paddocks any time of year!
Latrobe Visitor Information Centre, invites you to call in for great personal service with our friendly staff and knowledgeable volunteers seven days a week, excluding major public holidays
Enjoy our relaxed setting in the picturesque Bells Parade precinct, located at River Road Latrobe, on the Mersey River. Visit us on your Tasmanian Holiday:
- Local and statewide accommodation/attraction bookings
- National Park Passes
- Information on what to see and do
- Souvenirs and gifts
- Maps and FREE brochures
- Internet access
- Bus timetables
- Motor home passes