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Velo Tours Australia

Arriving at the summit of Mount Wellington
Riding the Old Coast Road, between Penguin and Ulverstone
Oyster Bay from Devil's Corner Winery
A gorgeous part of Tasmania, Lake Burbury, on the West Coast of Tasmania
Final Dinner in private dining room at our favourite Italian restaurant
Photo opportunity with the Big Penguin on the main street of Penguin on the NW Coast of Tasmania
Stunning morning on our ride from Swansea to Hobart via Richmond for lunch
Group photo at Dove Lake, Cradle Mountain after checking into Peppers and taking the shuttle bus up.
Spend a day relaxing on the Gordon River Cruise with lunch during your 2 nights in Strahan.
Riding back to the hotel after lunch on the waterfront in Devonport Tasmania

Velo Tours are one of the top cycling tour operators in Australia, taking cyclists on ‘once in a lifetime holidays around Tasmania for more than 6 years as well as other locations around the world since 2011.
We are Tasmanian which means we know all the best places to eat, sleep and ride your bike. Local knowledge is the reason why we run tours from December through to March only because this is the most stable weather period for riding across all regions of Tasmania.
We offer varying itineraries annually ranging from 6 – 11 days and custom build tours to suit any budget.
All tours are fully van supported with food, drinks and mechanical spares and guided by a local rider.
Staying in top-quality accommodation and nightly dinners in top-rated restaurants. We know all the best options that don’t compromise on quality but cater to any budget.



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