Our most popular day tour starts off at the town of Burnie or Devonport. We can also arrange pick up's from Launceston on request. From any departure location our drive takes you along Tasmania's North West Coast. This coastal route highlights the best of Tasmania's beaches, farm land and iconic towns that make up this area. Visit the largest Penguin in Australia, view Bass Strait from the seat of our luxury vehicles and take a breath taking photo along the old coastal road of Ulverstone before calling in to say hello to some of our Australian wildlife.
Forth Braddons Lookout
Once we leave Ulverstone we take you to top of the Forth Valley for our overview of the coastline and ocean on one side, and on the other capture views of our red volcanic soil farm land as well as views towards Cradle Mountain and the central highlands. This view is a must see for our region. Photography lovers this is that photo you will look at time and time again once your back home.
Penguin is a delightful seaside town on the Tasmanian north coast with a finely honed sense of humour about its name. It has a quiet, serene charm which is a common feature of the coastal towns between Launceston and Stanley. Apart from the very beautiful Uniting Church on the beachfront, it is a celebration of the fairy penguins (sometimes called little penguins) which inhabit the beaches on either side of the town.
Town of Murals - Sheffield
Probably Tasmania's most unique and different town. Street artists from all around the world come visit this town. Its the start of the Cradle Mountain Valley region and as its based at the foothills of its own iconic Mountain Sheffield is a busy vibrant, cool and classy town and is a must see for our region before you head back home.