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Barossa Valley

Idyllic to exciting, traditional to contemporary, the Adelaide Hills are so authentically unique and the cultural life is as diverse as the terrain. Geometric vineyards nestle among tangled bark forest, rolling hills surrender to rugged ravines, glittering galleries contrast with earthy rural comforts. A cycling escape to the Adelaide Hills is a chance to challenge yourself physically whilst soaking up the ever changing landscapes and indulging in fresh local produce and world-class wines.

Moderate +
32 – 79 kms/day
Sept. to May

Byron Bay Coastal Tour

A wonderful Cycling Tour on the East Coast of Australia. Ancient rainforests, world heritage national parks, volcanic mountains, macadamia and coffee plantations, subtropical fruits, character infused villages, waterfalls and wildlife.

32 – 61 kms/day
Year Round

Byron Bay Hinterland Village Tour

Discover the creative and cultural essence of Byron Bay as you journey through the hinterland.  The mystic rainforest, waterfalls, ancient volcanoes and rolling hills are just the beginning. Furthermore experience the wonder of ionic villages, organic farms, art galleries, country pubs, creative arts and local characters. Feel completely at home in your luxurious B & B style accommodations and enjoy locally grown and homemade meals.  Savor the open skies, fresh air and infinite luscious green countryside. 

35 – 61 kms/day
May to Oct.

Cantebury/ West Coast

Wild, rugged and expansive landscapes, farmlands encompassing every shade of green, braided glacial rivers stemming from the snowcapped mountains of the Southern Alps and hidden thermal reserves are just some of the features you will discover on our epic coast to coast cycle tour. Experience 8 days of challenging cycling and two spectacular train journeys, taking you from the East coast to the West Coast and back again.

Moderate +
43 – 88 km/day
October to April

East Coast Tasmania

Discover the wilderness of the island rich Tasmania. Experience five of Australia’s world heritage convict sites, local gourmet food and world-class wine. Tasmania is the place where adventure, culture, heritage and luxury converge. Cycle from Launceston to Hobart on a 6 day cycle tour encompassing the raw natural beauty and rich cultural heritage of this unique island.

Moderate +
65-88 km/day
October to April

Great Ocean Road

Begin your tour in the quaint town of Port Campbell and  twist your way through to Torquay. The great ocean road offers exquisite  views and access to both bathing and surfing beaches, rain forest, waterfalls,  cliffs and an assortment of uniquely characteristic towns. Choose from daily  ride options to suit all levels of riders and experience one of the finest  scenic roads in the world.

Moderate +
65 – 118 kms/day
October to April

Margaret River

The stella Margaret River, famous for it’s wine is also a paradise of surf beaches, tall karri forests, underground caves and bush tracks. Wonderful wine and food embellish the vineyards which commonly extend out to meet world-class waves throughout seventy five beaches. Swim in the crystal-clear waters of Prevelly, catch a glimpse of the passing whales and explore caves at Cape Leeuwin. Margaret River is a place where breathtaking scenery and good living mold into one.

20 – 66 kms/day
Sept. to April

Marlborough Sounds/ Nelson Lakes

Nelson and Marlborough are stunningly peaceful regions located on the sheltered northern coastline of the south island of NZ. The area captures a milder climate compared to further south, and prove’s to be abundant in diversity. Through the lens or from the bike you will have the pleasure of viewing golden sandy beaches, cascading waterfalls and lush tropical rainforest. Cycle for six days, East to West along the fiords of the Marlborough sounds, over the Nelson ranges and into the tranquil oasis of the Abel Tasman.

Moderate +
65 -88 km/day
October to May

Otago Rail Trail

Experience true solitude and get close to nature on our six-day cycle tour of the inspiring and timeless region of Central Otago. Discover vivid seasons and rocky, mountainous landscapes; friendly townships; a well-preserved gold heritage and award-winning wineries. See the grandeur of breathtaking vistas and be moved by their surging natural power. Central is a part of the world that ignites all your senses.

Moderate +
59 – 92 km/day
October to April

Southern Alps/ Mt. Cook

Cycle from North to South along the foothills of the Great Southern Alps. Commence your journey at the base of New Zealand’s highest peak, Mt Cook. Continue your journey alongside the mirrored glacial lakes of Lake Pukakai before riding through the dry arid plains that border the Alps and entering the awe-inspiring landscapes of Central Otago. The beauty of this ride is that you will never get bored of your surroundings. You don’t have to venture far before you are saturated in a totally new world of colour and landscape.

Advanced +
64 111 km/day
October to April