Australian Cycling Holidays specialises in self-guided, fully supported, cycling holidays close by Melbourne in the beautiful Bass Coast and Gippsland.
Cycle at your pace. Start and stop when you like. Accommodation, luggage transfers, Trek Bicycles, roadside assist included. Enjoy fabulous country scenery and quiet roads and paths. Cyclewayz app and maps for Navigation.
Australian Cycling Holidays offer cycling journeys, suitable for families, single cyclists, couples or groups, including:
Bass Coast and Beyond is a popular tour with a mix of coastal and country scenery, towns and tastes.
During the Great Southern Getaway, pedal the Great Southern Rail Trail or explore the hills. Weekend markets abound. Family friendly.
The Wild Coast Rolling Country is a great mix of hills, valleys, trails and roads.
South Gippsland Rail Trails, enjoy the scenic journey through little old country towns with great cafes, all on cycle paths and rail trails.
At Melbourne Breakout, start in Melbourne and pedal to the rolling hills of Gippsland. Past distilleries, breweries and markets.
The Grand Gippsland starts in Melbourne and travels through Gippsland to Marlo where the Snowy River meets the sea.
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Cycle through amazing countryside and wonderful old towns to the spectacular coast and then back through historic old settlements on quiet roads through the rolling green hills of Gippsland.
This five day and four night tour takes you on a wonderful journey to all parts of the Anderson wild cattle run set up by Anderson in the 1830’s. The scenery is amazing and varied. It has everything from old historic settlements to wonderful mountains to foodie towns to small hamlets sitting right on the beach. You will love the journey from the rolling country to the wild Bass coast.
You have five days cycling, averaging around 40 kilometers each day, with an option to do some or all of the George Bass Coastal Walk which starts at Kilcunda with its fantastic views, amazing headlands and protected coves. You have plenty of time to swim at the beaches, stop in cafes, stay in old country towns, cycle through reserves, sample local produce, beers and whiskies, explore museums or simply relax. Every day is different.
You can look forward to friendly accommodation each night alongside the beach or in lovely, quiet, country towns. You are assured of a warm welcome each night.Carpark
This amazing six day, five night cycle tour takes you on a journey along the wild coastal scenery of the Bunurong Cliffs Coastal Park and via back roads to the Great Southern Rail Trails. On the way enjoy the sights, sounds and tastes of the Bass Coast and rural Gippsland.
Travel by bike on Rail Trails, quiet roads and cycle paths to some of the most beautiful places on the scenic Bass Coast. Pedal through the lush green rolling foothills of the Gippsland Strzelecki Ranges to the historic old towns where nothing much has changed except they are now centers for art galleries, craft stores and local produce markets.
You have six days cycling, averaging around 45 kilometers each day. So that leaves you plenty of time to swim at the beaches, visit wineries, stop in cafes, love Art Galleries, sample local produce, wander through museums, or simply relax. Every day is different, you will love it.
You can look forward to fabulous accommodation each night. There is specially chosen the accommodation to suit each location – from luxurious hotels to quirky bed and breakfasts, so you can be assured a warm welcome and a great sleep each night.Carpark
From $995 to $2100
This four day, three night self-guided, fully supported cycle tour lets you experience the Bass Coast and Great Southern Rail Trails at your own pace. Stop whenever you want. You will start on Phillip Island and cycle through the hidden bush and beaches to the amazing Bass Coast Rail Trail with its huge trestle bridge, wild coastal scenery and then join the Great Southern Rail Trail as it travels through the arty, foodie towns with rolling dairy country and views to Wilson’s Promontory.
You have four days of cycling averaging around 32 kilometres each day with an option to do all or some of the George Bass Coastal walk, which starts at Kilcunda with its fantastic views, amazing headlands and protected coves. You have plenty of time to swim, play on the sand, stop in cafes, enjoy the parks, take in the Art Galleries, sample the local produce, explore old time country towns, have fun at Amaze’n’things, enjoy the museums or simply relax. Every day is different and you will love it.
On top of all that you can look forward to great accommodation each night, a warm welcome and a good sleep.Carpark Family Friendly
From $2200 to $2450
The Melbourne Breakout Cycle Tour is an eight day, seven night tour which starts in Melbourne at the iconic Princes Pier. You cycle out along the Beach Road cycle paths, a local Melbourne cycling favorite.
Your cycle will take you across the Mornington Peninsula, over the bay on the ferry and right into the heart of Phillip Island at Cowes. Then cycle through Gippsland, along the wild coasts, through the farming country, the old country towns and the fabulous back country, sealed roads that are perfect for cycling. The old township of Loch features a whisky distillery and craft brewery, amongst the old buildings.
A day on the rail trail will be a journey through history with beaut little villages, each with their own distinct flavor. Watch out for the Koalas, echidnas, wombats and birds that are easy to spot along the way.
Then its off to the hamlet of Inverloch on little back roads and past a historic cemetery and a true Aussie country sports field. Inverloch is set right on the beach with lots of spots to watch the sunset. Your final day will take you along the Bunurong cliffs with many bays and coves to explore.Carpark
From $4910 to $5500
Your Grand Gippsland Cycle Tour (19 days, 18 nights) 760km starts in the heart of Melbourne and takes you through the stunning scenery of Gippsland to the beautiful remote hamlet of Marlo where the Snowy River meets the sea.
Cycle out of Melbourne along iconic Beach Road and enjoy the Brighton beach bathing boxes and bayside views. This ride gives you an extraordinary mix of wonderful country. Every day is different.
You will cycle the farmlands, over the mangroves and along the surf beaches with a visit to the world famous Fairy penguins. Your bike will take you to the stunning Bunurong cliffs, with little coves and beaches to explore, the Southern Strzelecki Ranges through wonderful arty crafty country towns, and up the emerald green rolling hills and temperate rainforests that Gippsland is famous for.
After the forests you come to the fantastic mix of open plains, country towns each with its own historical flavour, museums, art and big rivers. Finally you will cycle the East Gippsland Rail Trail with its immense trestle bridges.
At the end of your self guided tour you will stay the night at relaxing Marlo where the Snowy River meets the sea.Carpark
From $495 to $1100
This cycle, in beautiful green southern Gippsland, is perfect for a weekend getaway. This two day, two night tour allows you to escape the city and relax, at your pace.
Start the tour in Melbourne where you will board the prebooked coach to Gippsland. Leave Southern Cross Railway Station from the bay right next to the SkyBus. The ride is two hours. You will love the views along the way. They will meet you off the coach and take you to Alkira Garden Studios, your accommodation for the night.
At the end of your tour, you will be collected you in time for the return coach to Melbourne Southern Cross or to return you to your car. No need to rush or feel pressured. They are here to make sure your getaway is just as relaxing (or challenging) as you want it to be.Carpark Family Friendly