Devil Trek Tours Northern Tasmania
 



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Tours Various options are available when coming over to Tasmania.

Two Ferries run between Melbourne and Devonport (NW Coast of Tassie). You can log on to their website www.spiritoftasmania.com.au to view the sailing schedules and pricing.

You can transport your bikes on the ferry either by loading onto trailers or on the back of Utes. Alternatively if you live in close proximity to these ferries you can ride your bike onto the boat and ride off in Devonport.
NOTE: Devil Trek does not have hire bikes, but you can hire a bike from Aussie Motorcycle Hire

If you choose to transport your bike we have secure depots available to leave the vehicles. This gets the bikes closer to the trails and cuts down on road transport.. yeeehaaa!!!

If you ride your bike off in Devonport we can either trailer your bikes to the depots or we can ride the motorbikes from the boat. This would however, mean more road transport.Yuk!!

If you choose to come over to Tasmania before the start date of your tour it would be advisable to stay in:
  • Launceston the night before the North East tour and in
  • Waratah for the North West/West coast tour.
  • Ulverstone or Penguin for the central coast tour.

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    North West Tour:
    At least four or five days is required to do this tour and due to Winter Rainfall, October through to April are the only months to do this tour as the big river crossings make it impassable.
    • Depart from Devonport and travel to Waratah, about an 1.5 hour drive. Vehicles will be left here in a locked compound. Ride is from Waratah to Smithton
    • Smithton to Sandy Cape
    • Sandy Cape to Strahan
    • Strahan to Zeehan
    • Zeehan to Waratah, load up and back to the ferry in Devonport.




    North East Tour:
    Tours can vary from one day through to six days, with five being the most popular. Best season to ride the NE is from March through to November. December through to February is dry, dusty and is in peak fire season. We generally cover 150km to 200km per day.


    • Day One - secure vehicles in depot at Blessington (30min East of Launceston or 90min from Devonport). Follow the trails and firebreaks as we head north to Scottsdale for our first over night stay.
    • Day Two will take in some awesome sandy and loose granite tracks as we head for the East coast of Tassie stopping over in St Helens for a well earned rest.
    • Day Three will be "The Peoples Choice" where the "lay-day" can be spent touring the local East Coast tracks, doing laps of the Peron Dunes on the beachfront, booking a deep-sea fishing charter boat or just lazing around the pool - the choice is yours.
    • Day Four will take us from the East Coast to the Mountain Top of Ben Lomond for a stay at Tassie's ski resort. Rain forests and single line track are on the cards for this day!
    • Day Five will see us circumnavigate Ben Lomond. The "Rock Fest" will certainly sort a few "technicals" from the "speedsters" We don't stand responsible if you dream about rocks at night though!!!
    We will make our way back to the vehicles in the afternoon, allowing enough time to get back to the ferry for those departing that night or for those wishing to stay on in Tassie, time to find accommodation etc.

    Central Coast Tour:
    Can be 1 to 5 day tours
    • Day 1 Penguin through Dial Ranges on to Riana, Loyatea and over night in Loongana
    • Day 2 - Loongana to Talbots Lagoon area, Guildford and on to Waratah.
    • Day 3 Waratah, Parrawe, Hampshire, Upper Natone and on to Penguin to end the day.


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    Devil Trek Tours
    P.O. Box 64, St Leonards
    Tasmania, 7250, Australia
    Email: info@deviltrektours.com.au

    Phone: 0418 124 459


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