Spirit of Eyre Peninsula

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14 Day(s)
709 Km
avg 79 Km

Tour operator:  Mulga Bicycle Tours

South Australia’s best summer guided bike ride

South Australia's Eyre Peninsula is one of those regions that should be added to the list of best cycling destinations in Australia if not the world.

So where is the Eyre Peninsula? If you take a map of Australia and fold it in half from east to west, Eyre Peninsula is the shark tooth at the bottom to the right of the fold.

Australia’s First Peoples have lived here for tens of thousands of years with archaeological evidence dating their occupation to greater than 40,000 years. By contrast Europeans first visited the region in 1802. The peninsula is named after Sir Edward John Eyre (pronounced "air") who in 1839, at the age of 24, was the first to map the land. His discoveries opened the region to settlers and by the 1870s much of the peninsula was being farmed.

Celebrated for its delicious and abundant seafood and adventure experiences, the Eyre Peninsula’s rugged and unspoilt coastline, historic towns and ports, national parks, gently rolling country and bike friendly roads make this a perfect destination for cycling.

Our bicycle journey starts in the century old frontier town of Ceduna on the ‘West Coast’ finishing 12 days later in Cowell on the Spencer Gulf. (See Travel Connections below)

Travelling mostly on sealed roads our 12-day biking tour keeps to the coastline following the Seafood Frontier touring route with a couple of detours into the interior. This is relatively easy terrain with some hills rising no more than 250 metres above sea level. Some of the points of interest that we will be visiting are only accessible using well-formed unsealed roads and these are outlined in the itinerary below.

Every Mulga tour is achievable by the average cyclist with the focus on enjoying each day, not stacking up the kilometres or racing the clock. Our goal is to soak in the scenery, marvel at fascinating stories, then recharge the batteries with a good feed and a good rest.

Ruggedly beautiful coastline, delicious and abundant seafood, nineteenth century villages & jetties, rolling farmlands, national parks, ancient geological formations, bike friendly roads & relatively easy terrain.


Tour Location

South Australia

Tour Information

Supported, Bike Hire available, Bring your own bike
14 Day(s)
On-road (sealed)
Double Occupancy
Cost From:
AUD 5856
Single Supplement:

Tour Distance & Dates

709 Km
Riding Days:
November 30, 2021

Additional Information


13 nights accommodation in 3 or 4 star properties
Pre-tour accommodation in Ceduna (Monday 30 November, 2020)
5 x 2 night stays (so you do not need to pack each morning)
All meals (except breakfast on Day 9, lunch on Days 5 & 9, and dinner on Days 1, 3, 5 & 9)
End of tour celebration dinner
Day trip to Coffin Bay with oyster tasting
Transfer from Cowell to Adelaide at the end of the tour
Hot/cold drinks and copious snacks from the support vehicle
Daily photos to capture your memories
Daily maps and elevation profiles
Support vehicles every day - ride as much or as little as you please
Custom-built support trailer for safe carriage of your bike and luggage
Luggage transfer between your accommodation
UHF radio link between yourself and the support vehicle
Mechanical support (conditions apply)
Tour guides - the owners of Mulga Tours are with you every day


Cage Diving with Great White Sharks;
alcoholic drinks, food, beverages, and other personal items you purchase;
room service and mini bar charges;
telephone calls made from the telephone provided in your accommodation;
laundry costs;
parts required to repair your personal bicycle and repairs to your personal bicycle


Hire a standard pedal bike $450 or
E-bike (limited numbers) for $850
Transfer with Mulga Tours from Adelaide to Ceduna

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