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The Town Clock, Launceston

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Landmark · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
One of the most recognizable features in town, The Town Clock was installed in 1909 and features five bells imported from England. In 2011, the town officials considered stopping the clock from striking at night, as the sound bothered tourists staying in the city center. The plan was never carried out. Adjacent to the clock tower you'll find the town's visitor center. Before you head to Launceston, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Launceston tour planner, to make sure you see all that Launceston has to offer, including The Town Clock.
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  • One of the icons in Launceston! I like the old and historical vibes of this city. Lots of old buildings and iconic structures like this. Will be back!  more »
  • Clock Tower is very visible for most of Launceston, it’s a real eye catcher when walking near the clock, attached to a grand building that doubles up as the post office. Architectural a great thing.....  more »

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