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Best Western Plus Launceston

With its distinct style and personalised guest services, Best Western Plus Launceston is located in the city centre and is just 15 minutes’ walk to UTAS stadium.

Please quote “hawks” when making bookings over the phone: 03 6333 9999 or email:

Voucher for the below deals will be given to guests upon check in.

- 15% off for dinner at Snappers Restaurant.
- 10% off best available accommodation rate will be honoured.
- Kids under 12 free of charge when accompanied by an adult.


Cradle to Coast

Let your tastebuds travel, follow the trail...

Discover all the finest produce Tasmania’s beautiful, bountiful North West region has to offer.

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Rosevears Hotel

Rosevears Hotel have a 2-night and 4-night deal. 

The 2 night deal ranges from the following suites; Premium King Room $351.50, Premium Spa Room $453.50, 2 Bedroom Suite $481.00. Package includes 2 nights in your selected room and complimentary bus to the game and back.

The stay 4 pay 3 night deal ranges from the following suites; premium King Room $481.50, Premium Spa Room $583.50, 2 Bedroom Suite $601. Package includes 4 nights in your selected room and complimentary bus to the game and back.

Please quote hawthorn2 or hawthorn4 when making bookings over the phone: 03 6394 4074 or email:


Tamar Triple Pass

Tamar Triple Pass - Experience three of the Tamar Valley’s major attractions and save money! The Tamar Triple Pass provides discounted entry into three major attractions: Award winning Beaconsfield Mine & Heritage Museum, Seahorse World and Platypus House.  

At Beaconsfield Mine, visitors take a self-guided tour around the facility (bookings not required), while at Platypus House and Seahorse World, your pass gives you a place on a guided tour.

Bookings are recommended but not essential on guided tours.

Get your pass from the Tamar Visitor Centre!

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