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The river is dammed at Lake Trevallyn on the upper reaches of the Cataract Gorge, with water being diverted into the Trevallyn Power Station with runoff flowing into the remainder of the Cataract Gorge and eventually merging with the Tamar River. The most rain Ti Tree Bend has received in a year was As in most of Tasmania was the driest year when just The Bureau of Meteorology reported that was the warmest year ever recorded in Launceston since temperatures were first recorded in Temperatures ranged from a minimum of 8. From to , Launceston was the site of three of the four Gone South music festivals. Winter, for Launceston, is also the season with the least amount of wind. From to , it hosted the MS Fest , a music festival held at the Inveresk Show grounds each summer to raise funds for multiple sclerosis research. The first inhabitants of the area of Launceston were largely nomadic Aboriginal Tasmanians believed to have been part of the North Midlands Tribe. In , reports from Early European voyagers describe a number of Letteremairrener camps, consisting of up to ten bark huts located on either side of the Tamar River. Every year, LGH treats over 24, inpatients and over , outpatients. The state Lower House seat is also called the Division of Bass , and is one of the five electorates in the Tasmanian House of Assembly. The St Leonards and West Tamar Highways were temporarily closed as water levels rose, causing significant disruption to the city and loss of livestock. The Midland Highway is the primary route to Hobart. Launceston has an oceanic , temperate climate , [36] with four distinct seasons. Launceston is also the host of the Junction Arts Festival. Settled by Europeans in March , Launceston is one of Australia's oldest cities and it has many historic buildings. The publication was distributed from a store in the northern end of the town, and while largely forgotten today, was at the time considered relatively popular, if at times controversial. It was the second casino to be built in Tasmania and one of the first in Australia. Australia's oldest bookshop, A. It was first conceived in , after observations of efficiently working systems in Melbourne and Adelaide.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} It is used for commercial and recreational shipping and boating. The sports were initially middle class recreations, as the working class found it difficult to participate after a six-day working week. In Launceston redeveloped the city's swimming facilities which now include a modern indoor multimillion-dollar swimming centre at windmill hill, now named Launceston Aquatic. Launceston very rarely receives snowfall, with snow falling in and , and again on 3 August , when most of the state received snowfall due to a cold front moving up from Antarctica. In , Launceston was the second town in Tasmania to be declared a city, after state capital Hobart. Holding 20, peopleโ€”more than any other stadium in Tasmaniaโ€”York Park was swampland before becoming Launceston's showgrounds in Hawthorn has played between two and five AFL matches each season since , and the St Kilda Football Club played two games a year between and Throughout its history, York Park has hosted major pop concerts and other entertainments. Because of this and the topographical effect of the Tamar Valley, Launceston winters are renowned for foggy mornings, with Launceston Airport the most fog-bound commercial airport in Australia. The park also has a large enclosure for Japanese macaque monkeys , a gift from sister city Ikeda , Japan. The last major flood occurred in when Invermay was completely devastated. The first white visitors did not arrive until , when George Bass and Matthew Flinders were sent to explore the possibility that there was a strait between Australia and Van Diemen's Land now Tasmania. Launceston operated a suburban tramway system between and , which consisted of 29 trams. The geographical area in which Launceston is now located was previously occupied by the Letteremairrener people. For federal elections, Launceston falls within the Division of Bass , with the sitting member being Bridget Archer for the Liberal Party of Australia , who won the seat in the election. A few weeks later, the settlement was moved across the river to York Town , and a year later was moved to its definitive position where Launceston stands. There are currently direct flights to and from Melbourne , Sydney and Brisbane. The coldest month is July, with an average temperature range of 2. Association football commonly known in Launceston as "soccer" is also played and watched in Launceston [York Park]โ€”the only place in Tasmania to have hosted national league soccer matches. Located in the Southern Launceston suburb of Prospect , the Country Club Casino is a hotel, casino and golf course complex. Tin was discovered at Mount Bischoff in in north-western Tasmania, starting a minerals boom. Launceston is a major hub for the regional agricultural and pastoral activities. It starts in the North East Mountains near Roses Tier and flows through the Fingal Valley where it passes through the towns of Fingal and Avoca before flowing into the Northern Midlands where it flows through the towns of Evandale , Perth , Longford and Hadspen before finally reaching Launceston via the Cataract Gorge. Ships from Launceston carried parties of sealers to the islands of Bass Strait early in the 19th century. The GPO clock chime chimes every quarter-hour. In addition, Redline offers school services and travels to many destinations across Tasmania. The St Patrick's River , the largest tributary of the North Esk, is dammed at Nunamara to provide the majority of Launceston's town water since the mids. Waratah flowers at the top symbolise all flowers and similar beauties of nature. Launceston also had the first use of anaesthetic in the Southern Hemisphere , it was the first Australian city to have underground sewers , and it was the first Australian city to be lit by hydroelectricity. Historically, this has been connected with the growing of apples โ€” in recent years the stress has moved to viticulture. They also took whalers to the coast of Victoria in the s and s where they established temporary bay whaling stations. In earlier years, oceangoing shipping used the river to obtain access to the Port of Launceston wharves located in the city centre and Invermay. Launceston serves as the commercial hub for the north of Tasmania, and like many parts of the state, is becoming a major tourist centre. The airport serves over one million passengers annually. The ingots are included because Launceston used to be a large tin-smelting centre. Sporting groups, political groups, churches and schools were often established in these hotels; however, they also hosted plays, musical soirees and readings, until theatres were built. Launceston General Hospital is Launceston's bed public hospital, located just south of the city centre. In , Janie Dickenson became the youngest female elected mayor in Australia. The port is located on the Tamar river. This is at least in part a matter of deliberate policy โ€” concerns that high rise development might compromise the essential character of the city centre have led to strictly enforced building regulations that restrict the height of new structures in the city, so that most buildings in the CBD have fewer than five storeys. Flying the flag is restricted to Council Property. The record crowd is 8, Rugby league football is played in the region at junior level and senior level, the Launceston Warriors play in the Tasmanian Rugby League and were minor premiers in the โ€” season. In the Tamar River flooded resulting in the widespread flooding of low lying suburbs. Since then, there have only been minor floods. William Paterson , and his men set up a camp on the current site of George Town. The Letteremairrener country encompasses most of the Tamar Valley region. A number of other sports have notable presence in Launceston, including basketball men's, women's and indoor and hockey. City Park is home to Albert Hall. In , Launceston had the highest average maximum temperature out of all Tasmanian cities with Many of the buildings in the City's central business district CBD were constructed in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, and Launceston is a major location of Federation style housing. The warmest months are in January and February with an average air temperature range of Throughout the year there is an average of 4. By , Launceston's population had climbed to 2, and the town had become an export centre, mainly for the colony's northern pastoral industry. The strip across the top with the jagged edge is green to represent the city's parks, gardens and surrounding countryside. During and , Launceston had the hottest maximums throughout the state. The Bass Highway is the primary route to Devonport and Burnie. Both federal and state seats share common boundaries. The first significant colonial settlement in the region dates from , when the commandant of the British garrison Lt. According to the census of Population, there were 84, people in Launceston. The city has been the birthplace of two prominent Australian cricketers; the former Australian cricket captain Ricky Ponting and the retired cricketer and Australian selector David Boon. The little circle at the river junction is Launceston. The topography of the area is not conducive to easy dispersion of airborne pollution, due to the phenomenon of thermal inversion. Launceston was also the location of the first use of anaesthesia in the Southern Hemisphere. Superfine wool remains an important part of the rural economy of north-east Tasmania and wool sales in Launceston attract many international buyers. Much of Launceston is contained within the City of Launceston local government area , although some outer suburbs are part of adjacent council districts: for instance Riverside and Legana are part of the West Tamar Council ; Prospect Vale and Blackstone Heights are included in the Meander Valley Council. With this type of topography, Launceston's weather patterns can change considerably in a short period. More than 4, people were left homeless after just one night of flooding. The city is located in the Tamar Valley and is surrounded by many large hills and mountains. The South Esk River is the longest river in Tasmania. Walter George Arthur, who petitioned Queen Victoria in while interned with other Aboriginal Tasmanians on Flinders Island , [20] lived for several years in Launceston as one of numerous homeless children, before being taken into custody by George Augustus Robinson who sent him to the Boy's Orphan School in Hobart in Newer popular team sports such as cricket and football failed to be sustained in Launceston before the population grew substantially. During recent years the city's air quality has improved. Launceston's local newspaper The Examiner was founded by James Aikenhead in , and has been continually published ever since. Australian rules football is very popular in Launceston, and is often played at York Park University of Tasmania Stadium. Sport is a popular recreational and spectator activity in Launceston and like most of the state, cricket and Australian rules football are popular sports. The three intersecting lines in the flag represent the city's three rivers North Esk, South Esk and Tamar and the two rectangles in the lines represent tin ingots. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}With a population of 87,, [1] Launceston is the second most populous city in Tasmania after the state capital, Hobart , [5] [6] and the twelfth-largest non-capital city in Australia.