School Leavers looking for a unique and active way to celebrate the end of Year 12 should look no further than this amazing experience taking in all the gems of Tasmania’s East Coast. Selected as one of National Geographic Traveler magazines '50 Tours of a Lifetime', this complete active itinerary on the East Coast of Tasmania traverses all the great spots from Launceston to Hobart. Over a week you will make the most of this adventure playground with a combination of cycling, walking & paddling. You begin by cycling through quaint villages and rural settings, breathe in the scents of rainforests overhead and be awed by the beauty of the eastern coastline - in particular Wineglass Bay & Maria Island. Enjoy great kayaking on Coles Bay in the Freycinet National Park before taking in some stunning walks on Maria Island, home to wombats, wallabies, Tasmanian Devils and an interesting convict history! Learn even more about our convict past at historic Port Arthur before a stunning day walk to Cape Hauy to wrap up an action packed week on the Apple Isle.
|| Depart Launceston, ride the east coast to Bicheno
|| Walking in Freycinet National Park and half day sea-kayak
|| Cycle south to Triabunna
|| Walking on Maria Island
|| Transfer to Hobart for an exhilarating bike descent of Mt Wellington, tour concludes