Tasmania 7 Day Tour


$995.00 per pillion passenger twin share

Included: 6 nights accommodation twin share (motel / guesthouse style), coffees and lunches, use of a Royal Enfield motorcycle, fuel, support vehicle with driver, lead by a Motorcycle first aid trained Nevermind Adventure guide.

Not included: Flights, breakfast, dinner, drinks, entry fees, entertainment, riding gear, helmet, items of a personal nature and single supplements.
The itinerary is a guide only and is subject to change.

(7 day tour follows the Blue line but adds on the green line)

A booking form and full payment is required to confirm your booking.

Feel like having a room to yourself?
Single supplement available – $900.00

21st – 27th Nov 2019 Tour


24th Feb 2020 – 1st Mar 2020 Tour


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7 Day Ride: – 7 Day Tasmanian Explorer $2,995.00 per person twin share

The Wild Southern Wilderness – Australia’s Island Paradise

300 kilometres off the coast of mainland Australia lies the motorcycling worlds best kept secret – Tasmania.

The variety of scenery and historic relics rival many European countries and its wildlife, isolated from the rest of the world for millions of years, is prehistoric and alien-like. The people are few and far between but the country hospitality is massive. The wild west coast is largely untouched and sparsely populated but its roads and wilderness areas are unimaginable – the likes of which can no longer be found anywhere on the planet. Tasmania’s beaches are pristine and empty, its rugged snow-capped mountains are breathtaking, its deep river valleys are stunning, and its lakes are some of the most beautiful in the world. Its National parks occupy nearly 50% of the island and have been declared international biosphere reserves due to the extremely rare plants and animals found on the island. The entire island is crisscrossed by hundreds of networks of freshwater river systems.

But Tasmania is not just about nature. The island is littered with evidence of a harsh, rich, violent and vibrant past. The organic locally produced foods, especially seafood, and drinks are abundant and there is not a straight road in sight. If the idea of leaning a Royal Enfield motorcycle hard into a hairpin turn with pristine rainforests on both sides, waterfalls in the distance and the smell of wilderness in your nostrils then this is the ride for you.

Come and explore it with us before the rest of the world finds out about this motorcycling gem.

Vehicle Insurance with a $1000 excess is included. This covers the vehicle only and not third-party property damage or riders/drivers. Please advise our travel team if you would like us to book your return airfares as airfares are not included.

Our custom built Chrome Classic 500cc sidecar is now also available for Tasmania rides from February until May 2019 – please let us know at the time of booking if you would like to have this on the day – $590 for the day for rider and passenger and $990 for the 3 day option.

Day 1 – Early morning flight from Tullamarine to Launceston (flights not included). Ride departs Launceston airport approx. 8am.
Follow the Targa rally route along the Tasman Highway heading east toward to St Helens. Hundreds of twisting corners and temperate rainforests via Targa, Scottsdale, Derby and then down to St Helens for lunch. Time permitting a pit stop at the “Pub in the Paddock” and then lunch in St Helens. Following the Great Eastern touring route, we head for Bicheno via “The Elephants Hide” and St Marys. Overnighting in Bicheno visit the motorcycle museum and try the world?s best fish and chips.

Day 2 – Bicheno to Hobart via Swansea, Orford and Richmond. Mid-morning departure with time to stop in the many quaint coastal towns along the east coast and perhaps a brief sneaky side trip to Wineglass bay if we can get off early enough!
Afternoon tea at the Historic Richmond Bridge before winding our way into Hobart and optional seafood dinner at the “Drunken Admiral” on the waterfront.

Day 3 – Old Hobart Town – Free day to explore the markets, Mona Gallery, Hobart’s best cafes and waterfront and time and weather permitting perhaps and afternoon ride to Mt Wellington!

Day 4 – Taking the long and winding road in the Tasmanian Wilderness to Strathgordon. Depart mid-morning.

Day 5 – Strathgordon to Strahan via Derwent Bridge and Queenstown. Riding high over the central highlands and the wild west of Tasmania.

Day 6 – Explore Strahan. Take a river cruise, train ride or just enjoy the beaches and natural ruggedness of the Strahan area.

Day 7 – Strahan to Launceston via Zeehan, Cradle Mountain and Deloraine. Twist and wind all day with barley another vehicle in sight. Stop at the cute village of Evandale for a quiet beer before hoping on the flight home!

Optional extras – day 7 and day 8. Strahan to Zeehan to Stanley via the west coast development road. Stanley for the night then early departure for Launceston via Cradle Mountain, Deloraine and Evandale/Launceston.