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The Trip Of a Lifetime

Expedition Overview

Coast Around Tasmania is an epic 9-day / 1500 kilometre circumnavigation of Tasmania’s rugged coastline on Personal Water Craft (more commonly referred to as jetskis) to raise awareness for mental health and suicide prevention.

In 2022, commencing with a road trip from Queensland, the team will be heading to Melbourne to catch the Spirit of Tasmania to Devonport with PWC’s in tow.  We will then travel to Hobart which will be the start and finish point for the expedition. Making our way anticlockwise we will ride an average of 170 kilometres per day for nine days total (not including any weather lay-days) covering some of the most spectacular coastlines Australia has to offer.

Each evening we will be pulling into port to rest and reflect on the accomplishments of the day, and recharge and plan for the day ahead.

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Coast Around Schedule

Day 1 - Hobart to Triabunna

Starting from Tasmania's capital city and travelling around the Tasman Peninsula and past Eaglehawk Neck & Maria Island

Day 2 - Triabunna to St Helens

Leaving Triabunna, we'll head up the East Coast around the Freycinet Peninsular and into Wineglass Bay on the way to St Helens
Day 3 - St Helens to Bridport

Day 3 - St Helens to Bridport

Coasting past the spectacular Bay of Fires, the team will turn around the north-east cape and along to Bridport for the night

Day 4 - Bridport to Burnie

The team will venture around Low Head and into the Tamar River before continuing on past Devonport and into Burnie for some R&R
Day 5 - Burnie to Arthur River

Day 5 - Burnie to Arthur River

Things get real after the Stanley Nut as we wheel around the Northwest Cape and start to make our way down the West Coast
Day 6 - Arthur River to Strahan

Day 6 - Arthur River to Strahan

From the Edge Of The World into Hells Gates - as the names suggest this will be one of the more challenging legs of the trip

Day 7 - Strahan to Port Davey

This is the first of a 2-leg stretch into the remote Southwest coast where there's no road support for the team - enough fuel is crucial

Day 8 - Port Davey to Southport

After roughing it in the wilderness, we'll head around the South East Cape (southernmost point) before reaching the evening's port
Day 9 - Southport to Hobart

Day 9 - Southport to Hobart

The home stretch via Bruny Island, through the Derwent River mouth and into Constitution Dock where we'll no doubt celebrate!

By The Numbers

Starting October 2021, we will commence training for this epic adventure, testing machine and equipment and building our capacity and competence to complete this goal. This whole process and adventure will be documented and shared with our audience and community, as well as shared and promoted amongst our supporter, sponsor & charity partner networks.

This expedition has been over 4 1/2 years in the making. What originally started as an idea between schoolmates has now turned into the adventure of a lifetime with the opportunity to raise awareness and funds for a worthy cause along the way.

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Expedition Goals


Showcase the spectacular Tasmanian coastline and rugged wilderness through the eyes of the entire team.


Raise much-needed awareness around suicide prevention and mental health issues that affect everyday Australians.


We want to make it feel like people are travelling along with us through all the trials and tribulations a Jetski safari entails

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