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Our most recommended Victoria, Australia Bike Tours

Melbourne: Yarra River Waterbike Tour

1. Melbourne: Yarra River Waterbike Tour

Discover the bends of the iconic Yarra River that runs through the vibrant city of Melbourne. Pass by famous landmarks while riding a fun waterbike on a guided journey and learn about all the major sites sitting on the edge of the river, as well as some of the main bridges. After an informative safety briefing, you'll be taken to your waterbike and given a lifejacket before heading upriver to explore the Botanical Gardens and views of the Government House. Turning under the Swan Street Bridge, pass the iconic Rod Laver Arena Precinct, with MCG in the background. Ride along Birrarung Marr Park and continue downriver. Pass under the Princes Bridge into the heart of Melbourne, past Flinders Street Station and SEA Life Aquarium with the Rialto building towering in the background. Turn at Webb Bridge, taking in Yarra's Edge Marine before passing the Polly Woodside Tallship and Melbourne Convention Exhibition Centre. Continuing upstream, pass Crown Casino, the South Bank precinct with Eureka Tower soaring to the skyline above. See Arts Centre Melbourne before once again passing under Princes Bridge and finishing back at the rowing sheds along Boathouse Drive, directly across the Yarra River from Federation Square.

Melbourne: Bayside Cycling Tour with Refreshments

2. Melbourne: Bayside Cycling Tour with Refreshments

Meet your friendly guide and get kitted out with your bike gear, then hop on and hit the road where your Melbourne adventure awaits. The tour begins with a cycle around the urban villages of Brighton and Elwood, where you can see locals going about their day. Next, pedal through the beautiful St Kilda Botanical Gardens, a hidden treasure of the city Continue the tour to Acland Street Village, where you can get a sense of Australia's typically laid-back way of life. Pass by the famous Luna Park next, a historic beachside amusement park built in 1912 that is still open today. Enjoy a tranquil cycle along the beach’s foreshore from St Kilda to Brighton Bathing Boxes. Arrive at the iconic Brighton Baths, and enclosed saltwater swimming facility built in 1881. Stop and wander around whilst soaking up epic views of Melbourne’s skyline. Rest your legs and grab a coffee, tea, or soft drink before hopping back in the saddle. Ride past some of the city’s impressive beachside homes before ending the tour with a well-deserved wine, beer, cider, or soft drink.

Melbourne: Guided City Bike Tour with Gear and Lunch Stop

3. Melbourne: Guided City Bike Tour with Gear and Lunch Stop

Get introduced to Melbourne and the surrounding suburbs and discover key landmarks on this guided biking trip with all the gear you need for a safe adventure. Take breaks, stop for an optional lunch, and get tips on what to do in town during the rest of your stay.  Whether you’re new to the city or have lived here your entire life, you’re guaranteed to learn all facets of Melbourne on this one all-encompassing tour. Hear about Melbourne’s founding, the Aboriginals, the Eureka Stockade, local war history, the importance of sports in the city, and much more. Make a stop in Fitzroy at a trendy cafe for lunch (costs not included). Alternatively, feel free to pack your own lunch to enjoy during this stop. During breaks, your guide will give you great tips on what to do whilst in town from events to the best spots to eat.

From Sorrento: Mornington Peninsula Waterbike Tour

4. From Sorrento: Mornington Peninsula Waterbike Tour

After a safety briefing and operational overview, participants will be fitted to their waterbike and fitted with lifejackets before departing Sorrento Pier and heading south towards Capel Sound. The tour will continue south following the Millionaire's Walk along the Sorrento to Portsea cliff top and getting an insight into how Melbourne's elite spend time at their summer mansions. This stunning cliff top walk has historic significance as it was the first time the Union Jack was used to claim possession of Australia. Continuing along past Point King Beach and Shelley Beach, we will pull in alongside the Portsea Pier right out front of the huge, Tudor-style pub, The Portsea Hotel. We return towards Sorrento, perhaps accompanied at times by some of the Mornington Peninsulas Bottlenose Dolphins known to frequent this stretch of water and friends of our eco-friendly waterbikes. Giving way to the Queenscliff to Sorrento Searoad Ferries, we will finish back at the Sorrento Pier at the base of the Hotel Sorrento. A truely unique way to experience of some of the most popular destinations on the Mornington Peninsula.

Melbourne: 1-Day Mountain Biking Adventure with Lunch

5. Melbourne: 1-Day Mountain Biking Adventure with Lunch

Escape the busy city of Melbourne and head north to Woodend and the handmade trails of the Wombat State Forest. Weave through the trees and breathe in the crisp countryside air as you ride along this well-established, 17 km trail. Follow your guides along the circuit, embarking on a few exciting challenges along the way that will put your biking skills to the test. Once you’ve built up an appetite, head to Holgate’s Brewhouse for lunch. Home to an incredible beer range that is all brewed on-site, the brewery is the perfect location to relax after a hectic morning of biking and refuel for an afternoon of fun. Take it easy on the beer though, as the best riding is yet to come! After lunch, bike the 35-minute journey along the Calder Highway to the township of Harcourt, just outside the gold mining town of Bendigo. Spend a few hours biking along the 34 km of green, blue, and black trails, which have received millions of dollars of regeneration in recent years, producing the very best tracks and trails for all levels of skill and fitness. After 4 hours of riding, a fantastic lunch, and a memorable adventure, it’s time to return to Melbourne, arriving in the city around 6pm.

Mornington Peninsula: Guided Food & Wine Cycling Tour

6. Mornington Peninsula: Guided Food & Wine Cycling Tour

Start your guided food and wine bike tour at Arthurs Seat on the Mornington Peninsula in Victoria. Embark on a fantastic route past some of the most idyllic scenery you could ever hope to pedal through. Cycle mostly on dirt paths and mainly downhill. Begin the day with incredible views from Port Phillip Bay to the city. Enjoy a leisurely cycle, pass vineyards, berry farms and local produce stores. Stop for a relaxed vineyard pizza lunch with a glass of wine, beer or soft drink.  Have time to enjoy leisurely wine tastings with extraordinary views to match. Try local Pinot Noirs and Chardonnays this area has become famous for. After the wine tastings, wrap up a brilliant day with a lift back to your vehicle at Arthurs Seat.

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What people are saying about Victoria, Australia

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 29 reviews

Our sightseeing bike ride with Alison yesterday was very enjoyable. Our host was very knowledgeable about the area and even went out of her way to show us the house my husband had lived in as a child. I understand this team also does tours on the Mornington Peninsular And Yarra Valley, which we’d love to come back for. Definitely recommend!

Enjoyed my day even though I hadn't cycled for a very long time. Lunch spot we went to was a bit pricey, but an interesting place to go. Saw lots of the Melbourne cbd sites.