Cycling Tours Australia

Australia is a wonderful place to ride a bike.  Beautiful weather, memorable scenery, and clean air make cycling a joy.  This, on top of an increasingly sophisticated gourmet food scene and world class wines, makes Australia comparable to the famous cycling destinations of France and Italy.  Being a wide open landscape, there is any number of itineraries that can be put together to create an amazing cycling experience.  Tour de Vines offers tours in Victoria, South Australia, NSW, Queensland and now Tasmania.

Our cycling tours are tailored for the occasional and intermediate rider.  We prefer using rail trails and off road paths rather than road cycling.  So perhaps you're a wanna be cyclist who needs to warm up the legs over a weekend or two, or do some regular riding.  Maybe your love great food and even better wine whilst enjoying the beautiful, natural Australian backdrops.  Either way you will love our cycling tours in Australia.

Victoria and South Australia are the best states to cycle in.  This is mainly because those regions have invested in cycling infrastructure.  These Australian states have great rail trails and other cycling routes that make cycling safe and hassle free.  These two states are also arguably the home to the best food and wine in Australia, and for our guests that's super important.

So join us on a guided or self guided cycling tour in Australia.

Cycling Tours in Australia By State

Tour de Vines' cycling tours in Australia are relatively easy, always safe, and include the best food and wine experiences in each of the regions we travel.  Join one or our small group fully guided cycling tours or enjoy the freedom of self guided itineraries.  Read our blog post about the differences in guided and self guided cycling trips.  Tours are run in Victoria, NSW and South Australia, and we have recently added Queensland and Tasmania.  The focus is on great cycling, sumptuous food and great wine.

Small Group Cycling Tours in Australia

Self Guided Cycling Tours in Australia