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  2. Tasmania
  3. Bicheno
  4. Bay of Fires

Bay Of Fires to Pyengana Full-Day 4WD Tour with Lunch

Product ID: 152640
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This tour promises stunning landscapes, enchanting views, and the chance to spot some local Tasmanian wildlife. You’ll explore from the comfort of your luxurious 4x4 and dine with your personal chef amongst the gems of northeastern Tasmania.
About this activity
Duration 10 hours
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
Instant confirmation
Live tour guide
English

Pick-up service

At your accommodation in all locations between Bicheno and St Helens. Areas outside of these will be subject to additional charges.
Free cancellation up to 24 hours before activity starts

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Experience

Highlights
  • Dine in the wild with a delicious meal of local produce cooked by your personal chef
  • Wander along secluded white sandy beaches and granite rocks splashed with orange lichen
  • See Fertile Valley the home of Pyengana dairy farming and sweeping green hills
Full description
Head straight for the coast and the beautiful Bay of Fires. A region of stunning sugar-white beaches, clear blue water, and orange-hued granite. See picturesque Round Hill Point. Here you’ll be surrounded by beach perfection, with both Swimcart Beach and Jeanneret Beach nearby. On to Cosy Corner, a beautifully tranquil spot where you can stroll along the beach and enjoy a freshly prepared morning tea.

Check out the "end of the road" picturesque Gardens onlooking north to Mount William National Park. There, your personal chef will prepare your meal, as you take a stroll along the rocks down to the beach. On the menu will be a freshly cooked meal expertly prepared from fresh Tasmanian seasonal produce and served with your choice of Tasmanian east coast wines or local craft beer.

Leave the coast behind and start your journey inland over the undulating hills and through the valleys of the Blue Tier of the North East Highlands. Nestled in amongst the forest of musk, myrtle, mosses and Fern Trees is a giant Eucalyptus Regnans. Said to be the tallest flower plant in the world, the ‘Blue Tier Giant’ is 19.4 meters in girth and would take 15 adults to wrap their arms all the way around it.
Includes
  • A cooked meal made with fresh Tasmanian seasonal produce
  • Tasmanian east coast wines, Tasmanian craft beer, bottled water and alternative soft drinks
What’s Not Included
  • Warm waterproof jacket
  • Sturdy comfortable footwear
  • Comfortable walking trousers/shorts
  • Camera
  • Hat
  • Sunglasses
  • Beach towel
  • Swimwear

Prepare for the activity

Important information
What to bring
  • Comfortable shoes
  • Warm clothing
  • Sun hat
  • Swimwear
  • Towel
Know before you go
A National Park pass is provided. If you already have one, please bring it on your tour to receive your refund.