Skip the typical tours and go off the beaten path on an adventurous ride through Freycinet National Park in Coles Bay. Riding an all terrain vehicle (ATV), you can travel to the park's more isolated parts and discover some lesser-known beauty spots, including pristine beaches and spectacular granite sea cliffs. Throughout the trip your guide shares insights into the the rich cultural, historical, and environmental heritage of the area as you ride the bumps, feel the breeze, and take in the sights and smells of wild nature.
Get off the beaten track and into the more remote parts of Freycinet National Park on this guided adventure. Riding a quad bike in a small group,
ride to a pristine, white sandy beach that can only otherwise be accessed on foot, or travel through boulder-strewn valleys to Bluestone Bay and then on to admire the coastal cliffs around Cape Tourville Lighthouse. Along the way, your guide shares insights in the rich heritage of the area giving you a deeper appreciation of the environment.
Spend around half the day exploring the coast of Tasmania’s scenic Freycinet National Park on this easygoing kayaking tour. If you’re not an experienced kayaker, don’t worry – all kayaking gear is provided free of charge and participants receive personalized coaching and guidance from the guides on this small group tour. Get striking landscape photos of Freycinet’s forests and mountains from the sea and even disembark at one of the park’s isolated beaches.