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This full-featured demo of the app includes a 4 km cycle or walk along the historic Rivulet Track. Stop to take a tour at the Female Factory and the Cascade Brewery. Cafe and tasting and Brewery tour.

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14km one way to MONA, +2km to Rail Trail end, Flat, Easy, Family, Sealed path
Cycle or walk to the Museum of Old and New Art, Botanical Gardens and parks with fantastic Derwent River views and delicious ice cream along the way.


22 km One Way, Easy, Flat, Sealed/Unsealed Paths
This trail is full of natural beauty with river beaches, bushland to hilltop vistas and some of southern Tasmania’s most stunning scenery. Enjoy a picnic or coffee along the way.


25 km One Way, Hilly, Medium, Unsealed Rail Trail
Additional 8 km one way quiet road to Legerwood and Ringarooma.

This rail trail is full of ferns, native bush and huge trees. With high, fern lined granite cuttings it is a wonderful cycle or hike.You can’t help to marvel at the engineering and perseverance that it took to build this railway. You have a feeling of remoteness as the rail trail swings right away from the road into the bush. With views into the surrounding valleys and the wonderful bush, you will enjoy this trail! We have added a 4 km side trip to Ringarooma which will allow you to enjoy a nights accommodation before you head back to Scottsdale.


14km One way, Flat, Sealed Path, Quiet road optional

Devonport is where the Spirit of Tasmania docks when it comes in from Melbourne. This trail is a great introduction before touring Tasmania. This a beautiful trail that takes you through some of the nicest parts of Devonport. It sweeps along the edge of Bass Strait, follows the banks of the Mersey and Don rivers and travels through areas of bushland before reaching the centre of Devonport City. Much of the trail follows the working freight rail line to Burnie and the Don River tourist railway. Part also follows the route of a former tramway.