Australian Cycle Tours specialise in high-quality self-guided and guided cycling experiences in a selection of the most beautiful regions in Australia, including Kakadu and Litchfield National Parks in the Top End.
They’re the people within Australia’s first-ever adventure travel company, World Expeditions, who were voted the Adventure Travel company of the year by their peers at the 2019 Travel Awards.
Their team love to discover the world on two wheels. Putting their passion and knowledge of cycling, as well as active self-guided tours, to great use, they’re proudly putting Australia and its premier destinations on your doorstep with their range of active cycle tours, both guided and self-guided.
With their extensive knowledge of the destinations and of all things cycling, this means you get the very best advice, every time. While safety is core to how they operate, they’re focused on the fun factor and suitably challenging you to reach that great sensation of personal achievement through these immersive experiences.
You don’t have to be a keen cyclist to join one of their Australian cycling trips. You just need a sense of adventure and a love of the outdoors.
They invite you to explore the Northern Territory and Australia at the handlebar level with them.
The Top End fills people’s imagination with crocodiles, buffalo and barramundi and images of sweeping landscapes and flood plains.
It’s a location that excites the senses from the moment you arrive but it is also a place of amazing history. Kakadu is an ancient land with an environment surviving largely untouched and a culture that has endured and maintained cultural connections to country passed down through generations.
It’s this connection between both an ancient environment and a surviving and celebrated ancient culture that make this region truly worthy of dual World Heritage listing.
Over 5 days we’ll ‘hike and bike’ to some of the best locations in the region, enjoying two nights at our private semi-permanent campsite in Kakadu with a million-star view and the crackle of a campfire.
We’ll swim in remote rockpools, meet Indigenous guides who will share their connection to land then create some dust as we cycle down back roads and along some selected scenic roads.
This is an amazing round trip of over one thousand kilometres travelling a round circuit south from Darwin then east to Kakadu before circling back west from the southern reaches of Kakadu to Litchfield National Park before returning to Darwin.
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