Tasmania East Coast Explorer

Tasmania is the smallest and only island state in Australia. It is wonderful biking country with fabulous beaches and magnificent mountains. Our 8 day tour takes us from Hobart the capital, to Launceston with a rest day at Freycinet National Park where we will enjoy a close encounter with unique Australian wildlife. The roads are very quiet, hilly and very scenic. A …

Tasmania: The Island State

Freycinet National Park, Launceston and Strahan on the West Coast. We closely follow the east coast until close to Launceston and then turn inland to Cradle Mountain where we overnight at a wilderness lodge. From here it is a long downhill to Strahan on the coast and then over King William Pass to Lake St …

Victoria: Highlands to the Sea

Victoria (pop 5.6 million), Australia’s smallest mainland state, has a wonderfully diverse range of natural attractions in its relatively small size. It has an amazing thirty National Parks, a superb coast line – the Great Ocean Road – and to help you enjoy your après ride meal, about 200 wineries. It is ideally suited to …

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 of cycleways. We leave the city on a cycle way that follows the Yarra River and head for the Victorian Alps where we bike for a day on a dedicated …

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 of minor roads to stay on a vineyard on our way to the Grampians National Park , known for its diversity of wildlife, spectacular wildflowers and its aboriginal rock art. …