Hike among the rugged contours of Cradle Mountain, kayak on the clear waters of Lake Barrington, watch the penguins come ashore along the coast, whiz along the Tasmanian coastline on two wheels, stop to sample the wines in the vineyards of Launceston.
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Sitting off the coast of Australia, the island of Tasmania has a long-lost feel to it. What better way to rediscover it than by travelling by bike, kayak, and on foot? Getting out into the wilderness of Tassie, hike to the top of Cradle Mountain or watch the penguins come ashore in the eponymous town of Penguin. Switching to two wheels, there's time to follow the winding coastline and enjoy some delicious local wines before the trip ends.
Arrive at any time.
Drive to Cradle Mountain. Full-day hike in the national park.
Drive to Lake Barrington, kayak on the lake. Guided visit to Wings Wildlife Park.
Cycle approx. 40km (25 mi) to Penguin via Gunns Plain Cave. Watch the penguins come into shore. Overnight in Penguin.
Cycle to Devonport, hugging the coastal route along the bays and inlets of Tasmania. Overnight in Devonport.
Drive to Launceston. Cycle out along the wine route, stopping at vineyards to sample some of Tasmania's best wine. Overnight in Launceston
Depart at any time.
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