Looking for a unique tour of Australia's nature state? Then Segway Tasmania could be the key to adventure that you're looking for!
Speed along the grass in the Fort Chimo tour, exploring rural property near Oyster Cove, only a 45 minute drive from Hobart.
You'll glide along the well-groomed farm tracks along the coast, with spectacular views to Bruny Island. Keep an eye out for Angus cattle you'll pass in the lush paddocks along the way!
A number of new, city-based tours will become available this month, with Segway Tasmania given the official nod to use segways in public areas.
The tour operator has worked for two years to achieve this milestone and are excited for what's to come with Wrest Point, MONA and Tamar Valley Resort segway tours in the works.
Kicking off on Saturday 16 February is the Hobart waterfront tour, which will run around Constitution Dock and Salamanca, seven days a week.
The Mercury stated on February 15 that Segway Tasmania owner Mike O'Halloran hopes to run tours in other locations such as Nutgrove Beach, the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, Queens Domain, the South Hobart Rivulet Track and Bellerive/Montagu Bay foreshore.
If you haven’t tried one of these amazing vehicles, there is no better place to try them out than in scenic Tasmania.