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Australia Cycling Tours

The best of Australia by bike

We have carefully chosen the best cycling tour areas in Australia. The Southern States are best visited in the months of November to March and the far north of Queensland is best in July to early September. Tasmania is an unspoilt island state with a wide range of scenery and very quiet roads. See Australia’s unique wildlife while staying in superb lodges in four of its National Parks.

Our Victoria 17 day bike tour includes the scenic highlights of Victoria’s high country, vineyards, old gold mining towns, the Grampians and the Great Ocean Road.
Our Tropical Queensland 11 day bike trip is a multi activity trip including biking hiking and snorkeling. Waterfalls, volcanic crater lakes, tropical rainforest, endless beaches and Great Barrier Reef.
Bicycle Touring Australia

Tasmania Wild West Coast

The West Coast is very scenic, hilly, sparsely populated and has wonderfully quiet roads. From Launceston we head inland to Cradle Mountain where we overnight at a wilderness lodge.

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Bicycle Touring in Australia

Victorian Alps

Melbourne dates from 1835 and was built on the wealth of the gold rush; it is a very cycle friendly city with an excellent network

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Victoria Valley

Victorian Goldfields

Our tour starts in Bendigo, once one of Austria’s richest goldmining towns. It still retains much extravagant Victorian architecture. We head west on a network

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Highlights of Our Australia Cycling Tours

These highlights are many and varied, ranging from friendly, experienced guides to overnight stays at comfortable and luxurious accommodations. Our Australia cycling tours are also impressive in their itineraries, which take in such exciting attractions as:

  • Cradle Mountain: This is one of Tasmania’s highest mountains, and presents a challenging but rewarding climb for walkers. The site is also near Australia’s deepest lake, Lake St Clair. 
  • Hobart: Today, Hobart is Tasmania’s capital, but also has a fascinating history. The city was founded by the British as a penal colony in 1804 and still has convict-era architecture. Meanwhile, the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) occupies a winery in the city’s Berriedale suburb.
  • Freycinet National Park: Taking up much of the Freycinet Peninsula, this haven of natural beauty is known for visually distinctive features — including granite formations and peaks. 
  • Mount Buffalo: If you are looking for dramatic scenery, you could struggle to find anything in Australia that beats Mount Buffalo — a part of the southeastern state of Victoria — on this score. 
  • Grampians National Park: Fancy checking out some rock art left by Australian Aborigines? The Grampians, as this Victoria National Park is often dubbed, would certainly warrant your attention. 
  • Melbourne: This cosmopolitan hub proudly takes its place among Australia’s most populous cities, and is home to many nationally renowned landmarks — including the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), the Royal Exhibition Building and the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV).

We have prepared informative answers to FAQs about our Australia cycling tours — and, on any of these trips you do book, your guide will be happy to answer questions about Aussie landmarks you see along the route.


Pedaltours does an excellent job from booking to the very last day. Great hotels, great meals, excellent guide and above all incredible cycling through amazing landscapes in NZ.” Rafael, Brazil

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