Bike Tours in Australia


One of the largest but most sparsely populated countries in the world - just over 3 people per square kilometre (the UK has 268 and France 118). From vast deserts the size of Germany, to one of the world’s longest coastlines with beaches to die for, plus mountains and rainforests, there isn't much in the way of landscapes you can't find. It’s not just the local wildlife that is amongst the most unique (though sometimes deadly) or most beautiful, in the world.
To help narrow down your selection you can also search by state:
 
1  Western Australia  5  New South Wales and ACT
2  Northern Territory 6  Victoria
3  South Australia 7  Tasmania
4  Queensland  

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Brisbane Valley Rail Trail + Scenic Rim Hike

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6 Day(s)
Mod/Advanced
90 Km
avg 45 Km
Guided

Whilst in the region,  we take the opportunity to hike the Scenic Rim trek graded as one of the Great Walks of Australia.  Fully guided throughout, 5 nights luxury accommodation, gourmet meals, bikes, all transport and incredible memorie ...

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Tour de NSW South Coast

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4 Day(s)
Easy
70 Km
avg 23 Km
Self-guided

The New South Wales south coast is famous for raw, uncrowded beaches, whale watching and quaint country towns.  Explore this coastal gem using the scenic cycling paths that follow the coastline, whilst having all the logistics looked after for y ...

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Hunter Valley Explorer

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4 Day(s)
Easy/Moderate
60 Km
avg 30 Km
Self-guided

The Hunter Valley is where wine-making started in Australia and remains one of the most important wine producing areas in the country. It is also a fantastic area to explore at handle bar level. In 1832, armed with 20,000 cuttings from Spain and F ...

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Hunter Valley Deluxe Cycle Explorer

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4 Day(s)
Easy/Moderate
60 Km
avg 30 Km
Self-guided

The Hunter Valley is where wine-making started in Australia and remains one of the most important wine producing areas in the country. It is also a fantastic area to explore at handle bar level. In 1832, armed with 20,000 cuttings from Spain and F ...

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Hunter Valley Deluxe Short Break

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3 Day(s)
Easy/Moderate
26 Km
Self-guided

The Hunter Valley is where wine-making started in Australia. In 1832, armed with 20,000 cuttings from Spain and France, James Busby established the first vineyards in Australia. This is a perfect area to be explored during an extended weekend or s ...

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Great Victorian Rail Trail Cycle

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6 Day(s)
Easy/Moderate
151 Km
avg 38 Km
Self-guided

The Great Victoria Rail Trail is Australia’s longest rail trail which passes through charming towns and diverse countryside. A dedicated cycle way along the trail meanders next to the heritage classified Goulburn River. The trail crosses Lak ...

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Tasmanian East Coast Cycle

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8 Day(s)
Moderate
Self-guided

After a thorough briefing from our guides in Launceston, you may choose to begin this self guided trip with a ride along a section of the Trail of the Tin Dragon driving route, which delves into the regions tin mining history and the arrival of th ...

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Murray to the Mountains Downhill Edition

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5 Day(s)
Easy
106 Km
avg 35 Km
Self-guided

This edition of the Murray to the Mountains Rail Trail cycle uses gravity to your advantage. The major hills are avoided, so you can focus on taking in the beautiful scenery and enjoying the local produce and wines. This program along sections of ...

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Sea to Kosciuszko

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8 Day(s)
Mod/Advanced
310 Km
avg 52 Km
Self-guided

Cycle from the sea to the flanks of the highest point in Australia on this exciting cycle journey that takes you from the seaside town of Tathra to Koscuiszko National Park. While there are some steep and sustained sections during the route, you&# ...

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Murray to the Mountains Classic Cycle

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5 Day(s)
Easy
117 Km
avg 39 Km
Self-guided

Enjoy the best of Victoria's beautiful North East region by cycling along the world class Victoria Rail Trail, from the Murray River to the foot of the mountains. With historic wineries, local produce stores, renowned restaurants and classic p ...

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Kiama to Huskisson

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4 Day(s)
Easy/Moderate
95 Km
avg 32 Km
Self-guided

The NSW South Coast is the perfect destination to explore by cycling. With breathtaking beaches, excellent food and wine, stunning natural scenery and plenty of charming towns to explore. This short trip packs in many of these highlights. Starting ...

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NSW South Coast Cycle

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6 Day(s)
Moderate
200 Km
avg 40 Km
Self-guided

The NSW South Coast is the perfect destination to explore by bike. With breathtaking beaches, excellent food and wine, stunning natural scenery and plenty of charming towns to explore. On this six day adventure you can soak up all the delights of ...

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Ben Lomond Mountain Bike Descent

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1 Day(s)
Easy
Guided

In the north east of Tasmania stands a proud dolerite peak, Ben Lomond. With its ski-field at the summit it is already an adventure playground however the road to the summit is what gets mountain bikers very excited. The road, known as Jacob's ...

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Munda Biddi Cycling Adventure

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6 Day(s)
Moderate
208 Km
avg 35 Km
Guided

The Munda Biddi Trail, meaning "path through the forest" in the local indigenous language, is a world class cycling trail in southern Western Australia. The trail weaves its way from Albany to Mundaring just outside Perth, traversing a w ...

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Hunter Valley Short Break

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3 Day(s)
Easy/Moderate
26 Km
Self-guided

The Hunter Valley is where wine-making started in Australia. In 1832, armed with 20,000 cuttings from Spain and France, James Busby established the first vineyards in Australia. This is a perfect area to be explored during an extended weekend or s ...

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Cycle, Kayak and Walk Tasmania

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6 Day(s)
Easy/Moderate
Guided

Selected as one of National Geographic Traveler magazine’s ’50 Tours of a Lifetime’ this complete active adventure traverses all the must-see highlights of Tasmania’s spectacular East Coast. With a combination of vehicle su ...

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Mudgee Explorer

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5 Day(s)
Easy/Moderate
76 Km
avg 25 Km
Self-guided

What better way to enjoy the wines, food and countryside of Mudgee, than by bike. On this self guided cycle you are free to set your own pace, with time to enjoy a long lunch, sample local cheeses or stop for a wine tasting en route. The choice is ...

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Bike Bellarine Overnighter

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2 Day(s)
Various levels
Self-guided

A self guided tour where you and a friend can see local wineries, enjoy a two course dinner with wine at a local restaurant then relax in your boutique accommodation in the heart of Queenscliff with late check out and a la carte breakfast.

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Bike Bellarine Two nighter

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3 Day(s)
Self-guided

Stay a couple of nights and ride your bike exploring the Bellarine Peninsula. A self guided tour where you and a friend can see local wineries, enjoy a two course dinner with wine at a local restaurant then relax in your boutique accommodation in ...

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Adelaide Bike Tours

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7 Day(s)
Easy/Moderate|Moderate
Guided

Australian Cycling Holidays explore the unique countryside of South Australia with this unforgettable Adelaide bike tour experience. Adelaide is the ideal environment to enjoy the very best cycling in Australia and at the same time relax and unwin ...

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