Tasmania Cycle Tours

Blessed with wide-open spaces connected by quiet country roads, world-class wines and gourmet produce, rare wildlife and some of Australia’s most untouched and uncrowded wilderness regions, Tasmania is an incredible and compact destination to explore by bike.

This is an isolated, intriguing land of craggy mountains and ancient rainforests, wild rivers, white-sand beaches and pretty hamlets teeming with fine food and handicrafts. Such a diversity of outstanding landscapes demands venturing out to discover all its assets at handlebar level.

Watch this space as our self-guided cycle trips to Tasmania are set to expand where you’ll be able to enjoy the incredible Bay of Fires, Cradle Mountain National Park or a visit to Maria Island; then there’s the ancient temperate rainforests in the Tarkine; cycle the stunning scenery of the east coast or around the rural routes of the south coast. If you prefer a guided experience, check out our popular multi-activity trip along the east coast that mixes hiking with biking and kayaking.

Whether you are experienced or are newer to the cycle scene, there are opportunities to challenge yourself, take an inspiring photography excursion or an exciting family adventure; our innovative adventures are designed to get you deep into the heart of this incredible state.

Join us on a Tasmanian cycling tour to explore the island's wild reaches!

Australian Cycle Tours is committed to responsible travel and true sustainability. It was a commitment formed when the company was established, and today, in the face of a multitude of threats to global environments and cultures, our commitment is stronger than ever. Over several decades we have honed our responsible travel philosophy and are continually assessing and improving initiatives that are practiced in the field to ensure that we are mitigating our impact to the smallest possible footprint. View our award winning Responsible Travel Guidebook here.


Tasmania's weather is notoriously changeable.

Temperatures are among the lowest in Australia, but it's a beautiful place to experience the changing seasons, such as autumn colours, which is not common on the mainland.

In summertime Tasmanian daytime temperatures can reach the 30°C’s, but are more regularly in the 20°C’s

Rain and cool evenings - even snow - are possible at anytime in Tasmania, even in summer.

In Hobart, average daily temperatures vary, on average, from a minimum of 12.6°C (55°F) to a maximum of 22.2°C (72°F) in January; to a minimum of 4.9°C (41°F) to a maximum of 12.3°C (54°F) in July.

In Launceston, average daily temperatures vary, on average from a minimum of 12°C (55°F) to a maximum of 23°C (73°F) in January; to a minimum of 2°C (36°F) to a maximum of 12°C (54°F) in July. Unlike other parts of Tasmania, Launceston rarely receives snow.



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