This 2WD trek, also known as the Western Explorer, will offer plenty of attractions, side trips and driving challenges as you journey from Arthur River to Corinna.
Bay of Fires is a conservation area in the northeast cost of Tasmania, situated between Policemans Point and Binalong Bay. It is fast becoming one of Tasmania’s hotspot tourist destinations - having
Bruny Island lies off the east coast of Tasmania and is accessible by vehicular ferry from Kettering - 33km south of Hobart. This trek features many attractions including: Cape Bruny Lighthouse,
The Climes Track provides a unique opportunity to drive the wild coastline of Tasmania's west coast between Granville Harbour and Trial Harbour, avoiding a long inland detour on bitumen roads.
This trek takes you on the wonderful ‘Treasure Trail’ - a diverse region of charming old towns, farmlands, forests and World Heritage Area wilderness, and welcoming people of Tasmania.
Freycinet National Park is part of the Freycinet Peninsula featuring everything paradise is made of. Majestic lush forests, pink-tinged granite cliffs,
The magnificant Montezuma Falls lies deep in state forest between Zeehan and Roseberry with many rivers and creeks to cross along the way.
The legendary Sandy Cape is one of those inhospitable places that most people only hear about. Similar to the challenges akin to treks such as the Canning Stock Route or Cape York,
Set amongst colourful coastal scenery, buttongrass moorlands and small communities of fishing shacks semi-sheltered from the untamed seas - lies the magnificent Sarah Anne Rocks. This trek,
The Murchison Highway is a sealed road in Tasmania’s northwest that starts at Rayna and heads north to the town of Somerset on the coast.