Autumn is a great time to head out into the great outdoors and catch a breath of fresh air.
But rather then going for a Sunday drive, why not try your hand at bike riding around Tasmania?
Cycling is growing in popularity across Australia, with more and more people strapping on a helmet and setting off for the day.
Whether you are keen to explore local markets or want to really push your physical limits on a challenging course, you will be able to find an activity or route that caters to your needs.
One of the most popular cycling routes in Tasmania is a ten day journey from Launceston to Hobart.
This fully guided tour follows the coastline between the two cities and will have you stopping at all the main landmarks such as St Helens, Bicheno, Wineglass Bay, the Spiky Bridge, Richmond, Salamanca Place, and Mt Wellington.
After spending your day climbing hills and speeding down steep descents, you can unwind with new friends and enjoy some of the best wine as well as gourmet food that Tasmania has to offer (not included in price).
Along with the feeling of accomplishment that comes with completing a long ride, you can sleep soundly of an evening in your choice or hostel, budget, economy, or superior accommodation after a long refreshing hot bath or shower.