Top of the World Tour - Maydena Adventure Hub - Tasmania
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Directions to Top of the World Tour - Maydena Adventure Hub
Tours depart from Maydena, which is a 75 minute drive west of Hobart.
The Top of the World Tour to Eagles Eyrie allows you to discover forest and rail history of the Maydena area. Your local guide will escort you on the RailTrack Rider and take you to the beauty of the Styx Valley with morning tea and gourmet lunch showcasing the incredible mountain top vistas from Eagles Eyrie. This is an amazing experience and if you are not all ready in love with the wild natural beauty of Tasmania, you will be after this tour.
Enjoy a ride along a 2.5km section of disused railway in a pedal powered RailTrack Rider whilst enjoying the forests that are part of the Florentine Valley.
The RailTrack Rider is a four-wheeled, lightweight vehicle that travels on the disused railway.
After the RailTrack Ride, it's off to visit some of the tallest flowering plants on Earth in the Styx Big Tree Reserve some of the trees are over 80m tall. Next is the trip up to the fantastically designed and appointed Eagles Eyrie. Enjoy your lunch with local wine, beer and soft drinks here, while taking in the panorama of mountains all around.
Tour starts at the Maydena Adventure Hub.
Note: Cafe and visitor centre closed until further notice.
Tours depart at 11am returning 3:30pm
Tours every Sunday: year round
Tours every day: Dec 26 - 8 Jan
Tours every Saturday and Sunday: 1 Oct - 30 April
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