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Green Island Tours Tasmania

  • Green Island Tours Tasmania
  • Green Island Tours Tasmania
  • Green Island Tours Tasmania

Green Island Tours Tasmania offer bicycle tours, based at St Helens on Tasmania’s east coast.

Green Island Tours Tasmania offers bicycle tours like they should be. Tours are available for cyclists of all ages, for all fitness levels and comfort desires. With excellent value for money and quiet country roads through the most spectacular scenery.

Each tour can be booked in one of four accommodation categories and well serviced hybrid bikes with accessories are available for a small extra fee. On group tours the support vehicle with a purpose-built, enclosed trailer for quick loading and unloading is used.

Tours are typically small groups with a maximum of 13. Self guided tours with flexible iitineraries are also available. The managing director has 25 years of experience in this field.

St Helens is a two hour drive (149 kilometre / 93 mile) east of Launceston.

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Rates:
$290.00 - $2980.00

Phone:
(03) 6376 3080

Email:
git_tas@tassie.net.au

Address:
3 Simeon Place, St Helens, Tasmania, 7216

www.cycling-tasmania.com
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Please select a tour service below to find out more information:

    • Eight day East Coast self guided tour
    • Six day North East self guided tour
    • 12 Day West Coast self guided tour
    • 11 Day East Coast and North East group tour
    • Nine day West Coast group tour
    • Five day rapid East Coast self guided tour
    • This tour from Hobart to St. Helens is for cyclists with some touring experience.

      The tour may be booked in combination with any of our other tours. You can travel alone or with companions of choice. The East Coast is a classic tourist route, more or less on the flat with pristine white beaches and a mild, dry and sunny climate. You will visit some beautiful historic towns, Freycinet National Park and also get the opportunity to spend time on world class beaches including the stunning Bay of Fires.

    • This tour from St. Helens to Launceston is for cyclists who are moderately fit.

      It is the perfect addition to the East Coast tour. The tour heads inland through an astonishing contrast of rolling green hills and temperate rainforest with a number of scenic points of interest along the way. You will see Tasmania’s second highest waterfall at 90 metres, a beer drinking pig, old mining machinery hidden among forest and also small country towns.

    • This tour from Launceston to Hobart is for experienced cyclists only.

      The tour may be booked as an addition to the above tours for a full island circle. It is different to the east coast, less populated with a rugged landscape and varying weather. The route goes through the spectacular wilderness of the highland and alpine regions, much of it through very dramatic scenery in World Heritage listed areas. You will have the opportunity to visit Cradle Mountain, Lake St. Clair and Mount Field National Parks and pass through old mining towns like Queenstown and Zeehan.

    • This tour from Launceston to Hobart is suitable for all fitness levels.

      The support vehicle is never far away. The first section heads inland across the beautiful North East, an astonishing contrast of rolling green hills and temperate rainforest with many scenic stopping points. The East Coast is a classic tourist route, more or less on the flat, with far-stretching white beaches and a mild and sunny climate. You will visit Freycinet National Park and Tasman Peninsula with historic Port Arthur. You can also spend time on world class beaches, including the stunning Bay of Fires.

    • This tour from Hobart to Launceston is suitable for all fitness levels.

      The support vehicle is never far away. It is the ideal addition for above east coast tour for a complete island circle. It is different to the east coast, less populated, with a rugged landscape and varying weather. The route goes through the spectacular wilderness of the highland and alpine regions, much of it through very dramatic scenery in World Heritage listed areas. You will visit Cradle Mountain, Lake St. Clair and Mount Field National Parks and pass through old mining towns like Queenstown and Zeehan.

    • This tour from St. Helens to Hobart is for cyclists with some touring experience.

      A tour for those without much time. You can travel alone or with companions of choice. The East Coast is a classic tourist route, more or less on the flat with pristine white beaches and a mild, dry and sunny climate. You can visit Freycinet National Park and can enjoy the beautiful coastline.

    • Barbecue
    • Bushwalking
    • Cycling
    • Sightseeing
    • Sports Participate
    • Wine Tasting
    • Beach
    • Rural/Country
    • Cruise
    • Environmental
    • Fishing
    • Flora/Fauna
    • Food and Wine
    • National Park
    • Nature based
    • Rainforest
    • Soft Adventure
    • Sport
    • Wilderness
    • Wildlife
    • World Heritage