If you love horse riding or have been thinking about trying it for the first time, Tasmania could be the perfect location.
More than any other state in the country, the island feels as if it was designed to be explored – and what better way than by horseback for an even more rewarding adventure?
Experience the wonderful combination of stunningly beautiful wilderness with hundreds of walking trails and riding paths – all naturally woven into the terrain.
With forests, beaches, plains and mountains scattered across the land, visitors have the opportunity to ride through an unrivalled diversity of landscapes, each offering their own unique experience and photo-worthy moments along the way.
Specialist operators have been taking groups on tours for years and know all the best trails and camp sites. They also have the flexibility to tailor a tour to your specific interests or ability level, so nobody ever misses out.
The Tasmanian Trail is one of the most challenging on offer – ideal for enthusiastic intermediate riders or those with plenty of experience – as it crosses the entire island from Dover to Devonport.
This route passes through forests and private land and also includes a number of stops at picturesque country towns for a spot of shopping or a hearty meal.