Low Head

Low Head is a small town of approximately 619 people situated on the mouth of the Tamar River in the north of Tasmania. Only 40 minutes from Launceston, the town is known as a popular for beach activities including snorkeling and scuba diving. The town has a maritime attractions including the Low Head lighthouse which was established in 1805 and is the oldest continually used pilot station in Australia. The town is located in the George Town Council and has a range of facilities including aged care facility, caravan park, bowling club and accommodation. Other facilities are available nearby in George Town.