Great way to see Freycinet National Park and Friendly Beaches. Kids loved going through the bush on the Polaris ATV!!!
Meet your small group at the selected departure time at the corner of Esplanade and Freycinet Drive
In Coles Bay. After a short safety lesson, head out to explore Freycinet National Park on your own ATV (or let a friend drive). A quad bike tour is a great way to get into some of the more remote areas of the park. No experience is necessary, but a minimum of two people is required to book a tour and passengers must book with a rider.
Riding south toward the Friendly Beaches with its white sand shores, feeling the wind whip by as you appreciate the natural beauty of Tasmania. Ride through the valleys of Bluestone Bay, and finally, on to the Coastal Cliffs surrounding Cape Tourville Lighthouse. Your guide shares stories of the area’s rich cultural, environmental and historical legacy along the way.
ATVs allow you to experience the outdoors in an intimate way. Much like riding a motorcycle, you can really be one with nature, taking in the sights, sounds and smells without restriction.
After about two hours, return to the starting location where the tour ends.
Explore remote areas of Freycinet National Park on your own all-terrain vehicle. With an outdoor guide leading the way, you’ll explore the white sand beaches, bumpy roads, and granite peaks for nearly two hours. A family-friendly adventure, the trip includes light refreshments and two afternoon departure times are available.