It was Decemeber 2020 and in Australia at least, we seem to have gotten Covid under control. We couldn’t leave the country but at least all state borders were open and we were “free to move about the country.” We’ve always wanted to ride around Tasmania but honestly we weren’t planning on doing so 2020. But really, who out there didn’t have their 2020 plans turned upside down? Since we weren’t working, we had more time than one might normally book for a ride around Tassie but that just meant we could see more of the backroads. See below for the daily bog of all the hidden Tassie gems that we found.

Pre-trip notes
Pre-day 1 – Back in time to Hobart, Tasmania
Day 1 – Hobart to Richmond – easing in
Day 2 – Richmond to Maria Island – Island Life
Day 3 – Maria Island
Day 4 – Maria Islan to Swansea – Running with the devil
Day 5 – Swansea to Coles Bay – Rain and red rocks
Day 6 – Rest Day in Coles Bay
Day 7 – Coles Bay to Bicheno – Lobster Roll delights
Day 8 – Bicheno to St Helens – Missed by that much
Day 9 – St Helens to Scottsdale – Through the ranges
Day 10 -Scottsdale to Evandale – When Wet
Day 11 -Evandale Farthing
Day 12 – Jacob’s Ladder
Day 14 -Evandale to Deloraine – License plate day
Day 15 – Deloraine to Gowrie Park – Rolling through the country
Day 16 – Gowrie Park to Cradle Mountain – Topping out
Day 17 – Cradle Mountain – walking in the rain
Day 18 – Cradle Mountain to Wynyard – Long day
Day 19 – Wynyard to Stanley – New old friends
Day 20 – Stanley and The Nut
Day 21 – Stanley to Arthur River – The Edge of the World
Day 22 – Arthur River to Corinna – Epic day
Day 23 – Cruising in Corinna
Day 24 – Corinna to Zeehan – Chore day