South Gippsland Rail Trails Cycle Tour
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Self Guided Fully Supported cycling on cycle paths and Rail Trails
This 4-day tour allows you to experience the sights, sounds and tastes of the Bass Coast and rural Gippsland. Travelling by bicycle on Rail Trails, quiet roads and cycle paths this tour takes you to some of the most beautiful places on Phillip Island, the scenic Bass Coast and the green rolling hills of Southern Gippsland.
You will have vistas of the wild ocean, the lush green rolling foothills of the Gippsland Strzelecki Ranges and over Wilsons Promontory National Park.
You will have a chance to experience what life was like for the Miners of the early 1900’s in the State Coal Mine at Wonthaggi where you can go on an underground tour.
You have 4 days’ cycling, averaging around 32 kms each day, with an option to do some or all of the Bass Coast Walk which starts at Kilcunda with its fantastic views, amazing headlands and protected coves. You have plenty of time to swim in one of the many beaches, play on the sand when there are no swimming flags, stop in cafes, enjoy the parks, take in the Art Galleries, sample the local produce, explore the old time country towns, have fun at Amaze’n’things, enjoy the museums or simply relax. Every day is different, and we know you’ll just love it!
- Cowes, Bass Coast Victoria
- Port Welshpool, Victoria
- 4 Days
- Off-road only|Flat|Cycle paths/trails
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- AUD 1050
Tour Distance & Dates
- 128 Km
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Book Early for our Summer season. Book by July 31st 2019 for tour start dates between September 21st and April 30th.
This popular tour is one of our favorites. Use the Code BOOKEARLY for a 10% discount.
Double Occupancy / Twin Share
Single Supplement: $500
$2,300 for Families of up to 4
Bikes and cycling equipment for the whole family for 4 days
3 nights accommodation
Maps and ride notes for a 4 day ride. Cyclewayz app navigation
Water bottle and snack
Guided day tour at Wilsons Promontory National Park
Extra Night at Kilcunda
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