A Tasmanian AFL experience awaits
Explore Launceston in Northern Tasmania and catch some football action at UTAS Stadium.
Fixture - Hawthorn Football Club season at UTAS Stadium for the 2023
April 1 - Hawks v North Melbourne
April 23 - Hawks v Adelaide Crows
May 21 - Hawks v West Coast Eagles
August 11 -12 (tbc) - Hawks v Western Bulldogs
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Line your itinerary with Hawka's top things to see & do and you'll be a fan of northern Tassie in no time.
First stop Launceston - Launnie for short
Launceston has been a cultural hub and gastronomic centre for more than two thousand generations. Our natural and built heritage, food, wine (and spirit), major events (AFL of course) continues to draw together a diverse community of makers, artisans, storytellers, Hawks fans and nature lovers from all over the world. Find out more about the Launnie story here.
There's plenty more to explore ...
Come for the game, stay for a week. There's plenty of events on so gather your family and friends and embrace the cooler season like a true Launceston local. From celebrating the Tassie food scene, to exploring local farms, to savoring scallops in seaside villages, these gigs are worth sticking around for:
Come out of your shell at the Tassie Scallop Fiesta! 30th July.
A winter Fiesta in Bridport, North East Tasmania, celebrating our fishing and maritime heritage, fine local fare and beverages at the start of the scallop season.
Chat with some of the folks behind northern Tasmania's vibrant foodie scene on farms, in barns and in the city at agriCULTURED (3 - 6 August).
Speaking of foodie experiences ... We’ve got your post-game food and drinks sorted!
Launceston, newly named UNESCO Creative City of Gastronomy offers plenty of dinning options in and around Launceston.
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