Trevallyn is a leafy green suburb of Launceston, in the north of Tasmania.  With a mixture of narrow winding roads and vast park spaces it's locality to the City of Launceston makes it a prime sought after location.  Named after Trevallyn, Launceston, Cornwall, UK.

Located towards the north western part of the city (west of the Tamar River and north of the South Esk River) within walking distance of the Launceston Central Business District, it's where you will find the Cataract Gorge and the Trevallyn Dam.

The hub of Trevallyn  is the shopping precinct which includes a  Supermarket, Deli, Bakery, Post Office and  Newsagent, Pharmacy, Hair Salon, Homewares and Gift shop, and a Cafe.

Regular public transport is available, although it is only a short walk or drive to the CBD of Launceston which is approximately 1.5 kilometres away.  

There are multiple parks and reserves in the area including Trevallyn Reserve, Lions Park, Trevallyn Park, Freelands Lookout, Tailrace Park, West Tamar Fitness Trail and Glencoe Avenue Play Park.

Trevallyn Primary School (Kinder-Grade 6) is located on Gorge Road and was established in 1916 and is a much sought after school for children to attend. There is a child care centre located along Bain Terrace and the suburb is a 'feeder' for Riverside High School (Grades 7-12). Launceston College (Grade 11-12) is situated on the outskirts of the suburb.

There are two local churches, St Oswalds along Bain Terrace and Trevallyn Life Church located on Pitt Avenue.

Home of the longest single span chairlift in the world, Launceston's Cataract Gorge can be accessed on foot next to Kings Bridge,  and also via a vehicle entrance on the northern side of the Cataract Gorge Reserve. 

Here you will find 'the suspension bridge', the Gorge Restaurant, a cafe, outdoor swimming pools and playgrounds.  Keep your eyes open for peacocks wandering the pathways and other native wildlife.

Trevallyn provides the only entrance to the Trevallyn State Nature Recreation area where you will find the Paringa Archery Club and Trevallyn Dam - with 'Aquatic Point', home to fresh water swimming, canoeing and water skiing.

There is a purpose built dressage arena and cross country jumping course for pony and riding clubs use.

35km of bike tracks throughout the Reserve for the riding enthusiasts, include 7km of purpose built mountain bike tracks.

The Trevallyn Cricket Club is based at the oval on Gorge Road. Established in 1929 the club fields men's, women's and junior teams with the club pavilion named in honour of local resident Athol Fitch.

The adjoining Trevallyn Bowls and Community Club, the Max Fry Hall (home to badminton, martial arts and yoga) and the Trevallyn Tennis Club courts all combine to make up the Trevallyn Park Precinct

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