Tasmanian E-Bike Adventures

Adventure and Outdoors Tours

We host unique private and environmentally sustainable story-sharing adventures, customised for couples, families and groups of friends to explore Tasmania’s beautiful east coast environment and culture.
Specialising in immersive natural experiences tailored as private exclusive day-trips we ride beautifully engineered German pedal-assisted electric mountain bikes to experience the wildlife, beaches and cultural stories of Maria Island National Park and Bangor on Tasmania’s sublime East Coast.

Treat yourself deeply for a day in Wild Tasmania and return to the comfort of your accommodation and Hobart’s best restaurants.
Tasmanian E-bike Adventures’ mission is to enable our guests an exceptional and unique encounter with the natural environment and culture of authentic Tasmania.

All tours are customised to the needs and interests of guests and personally hosted by owner-operator Ben Rea.

Electric pedal-assisted mountain bikes and personalised instruction enable our guests to find their riding confidence and open the way to explore further and experience more. Tasmanian eBike Adventures is a leader in culturally sensitive, sustainable nature travel. We are local to East coast Tassie and directly involved in protecting the values of the environments we share with our guests.


The Bangor Adventure provides exclusive access to an extraordinary private Tasmanian coastal conservation estate and historic working farm. Guests have the choice of over 25kms of natural trails.

Exploring the stunning Cape Frederick Hendrick lookout, riding through ancient Blue gum forests across panoramic coastal headlands to arrive at Monument Bay the site of Abel Tasman’s landing in 1642.

Disabled Access

Carpark Family Friendly

A full day on Maria Island National Park allows guests to adventure south toward the isthmus with glorious beaches along the way and includes the circuit of Point Lesueur named after French naturalist, artist and explorer Charles – Alexandre Lesueur. A member of the Baudin expedition 1800 -1803.

The ride returns to Darlington and the stories of a convict past enlivened by the 20th-century Italian Industrialist Diago Bernacchi. The entrepreneurial champion of Maria with ventures in viticulture, hospitality and industrial cement production!

Disabled Access

Carpark Family Friendly

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