Bike Swim Hike is a locally-owned-and-run small operator based in the beautiful coastal town of Dunsborough.
Richo, the owner, mostly does the tours himself although he has a couple of mates to help him out when he’s unavailable. That also means they have the advantage of being pretty flexible – if they have tours set for an afternoon and you would prefer a morning run, you just have to ask.
Richo travelled extensively when he was in his mid-twenties, so as a result the tours are personal, relaxed, informative, flexible and fun.
The crew at Bike Swim Hike Dunsborough look forward to seeing you!
It’s a cruisy biking, swimming and hiking adventure tour around the beautiful Dunsborough coastline.
The tour comprises two diverse cycling legs, one coastal stroll and a couple of swims. With a maximum number of 10 people per tour, this easygoing tour is aimed at anyone above Eight who can ride a bicycle. It’s 2 hours of exercise, laughs and local knowledge! It’s just the ticket to get the kids moving and to build up an appetite.
You can even add a few little special treats to spice the tours up like Wineries and Breweries!
Regardless of the tour you choose, you’ll get to see four of Dunsborough’s best beaches, keeping one eye on the path for the local fauna and the other on the ocean for whales and dolphins. You’ll get to orientate yourself around one of the south wests’ most beautiful seaside destinations. You’ll get to dodge wild kangaroos, smell the amazing Aussie bush, spot colourful birds and wash away the dust by dipping in beautiful, crystal clear water.
The Pedal and Plonk tour allows you to taste the products from two amazing Margaret River wine producers in between cycling, hiking and swimming the beautiful coastal area of Dunsborough.
Taste the produce from two amazing south-west wine makers and listen to their specialist comments about each wine. Tours of four or above can even have their own private wine tasting on the beach!
With a maximum number of 10 people per tour, this easy-going tour is aimed at anyone who enjoys a sip of wine on a sunny south-west afternoon and can ride a bicycle. It’s three-and-a-half hours of exercise, laughs and local knowledge with a sip before a dip!
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