9 Trips for Adventure Seekers in Tassie

Outdoor enthusiasts will be in their element adventuring amongst the natural wonders of Tasmania. Abseil the world’s highest commercial drop, mountain bike into Hobart or fly through the treetops with these tours and cruises.

Mt Wellington Descent Bike Ride

See Hobart from the lofty heights of kunanyi/Mt Wellington, then descend 1272 metres through sub-alpine and mountain rainforests to the city’s scenic waterfront.

Cradle Mountain Canyons

Canyoning at Cradle Mountain is a must-do for lovers of adventure. Launch yourself off waterfalls, abseil down cliffs and shoot through nature’s water-slides.

Wild Pedder

Explore the pristine wilderness of southwest Tasmania with Wild Peddler’s multi-day adventures combining bushwalking and kayaking with fine food and local wine.

Blue Derby Pods Ride

Ride through the rugged beauty of northeast Tasmania with this three day mountain bike tour. Snuggle up at the end of the day in your own private pod where you’ll be immersed in the nature that surrounds you.

Par Avion Wilderness Tours

Fly over Tasmania’s Southwest National Park and take in a bird’s eye view of the pristine bushland and unspoilt beaches. Stop to feast on groumet local produce en route, or spend three days at a private luxury escape.

Hollybank Treetop Adventures

Soar through the treetops on the zipline Treetops Adventure Tour or slip through the forest on a Segway Tour at Hollybank Treetop Adventures, just outside Launceston.

Freycinet Adventures

Glide by Freycinet’s vibrant marine life, pink granite mountains and white sandy beaches and hear little known stories of the area with a sea kayak tour.

Aardvark Adventures

Get the adrenalin pumping, abseiling down the Gordon Dam – the world’s highest commercial abseil. One of the top 10 Adrenaline Activities in the world, the 140 metre descent will test your nerve as you edge your way down the vertical drop.

World Heritage Cruises

Venture into one of the world’s last great termperate rainforest, deep in Tasmania’s World Heritage Area with a six-hour Gordon River cruise, complete with a gourmet lunch.

Image Credits: Tourism Tasmania, Rob Burnett, Matt Glastonbury & Flow Mountain Bike