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Exploring the Far South Rivers and Wilderness

Exploring the Far South Rivers and Wilderness

Touring through Far South Tasmania is often overlooked when travelling in Tasmania. Only a short drive from Hobart compared to other regions, its a must-see destination for any family that loves being near the water and exploring nature.

Bring Your Gold Pan And Your Bike

Bring Your Gold Pan And Your Bike

If you're taking the family to the North East of Tasmania, be sure to include the small town of Derby in your itinerary. Built around the early tin mining industry, this quaint little town is now home to one of Australia's biggest mountain bike trails - Blue Derby.

A Family Day Rafting The Mighty King River

A Family Day Rafting The Mighty King River

Commencing in the mountain ranges near Queenstown in Tasmania's West Coast, the King River has a rich heritage and is breathtakingly beautiful. Ancient Huon pines and prehistoric Myrtles line the river banks, platypus swims nearby and Eagles are often seen soaring overhead. Rafting specialists Paul and Michele take rafting trips through this magical part of Tasmania. We recently caught up with them to find out why these trips down the King River are so special and popular with families.

Blue Derby For Kids

Blue Derby For Kids

In this guest article, we talk to Jane from the Tasman Peninsula who is mum to eleven year old Jazzie. Recently, the family headed to the north east to try out the award winning Blue Derby Mountain Bike Trails. Jane shares with us her highlights from the trip, and why they will definitely be back for more riding through the rainforest on some of Tasmania's most beautiful bike trails

Toddlers & Mountain Bikes At Hollybank Forest Reserve

Toddlers & Mountain Bikes At Hollybank Forest Reserve

In this guest article, we talk to Mikaela from Launceston who is mum to three year old William. Recently, the family headed to Hollybank Forest Reserve to use the Mountain Bike Park. Mikaela shares with us what she though of the venue, and how it kept William entertained all day