Featured guest review:
‘What an awesome way to see the city! Our guide was a great source of information. The bikes were easy to ride, and we visited all the key sites. I loved that each bike had a name. We met people from India, the USA, Perth and Melbourne on the ride. Do yourself a favour and go on a bike ride through Melbourne.’ MichaelMolloy86
- Enjoy a safe and relaxed bike ride around Melbourne (90% of the ride is on bike paths and in parks)
- Visit key landmarks across the city, including the Botanical Gardens, Chinatown and so much more
- Learn interesting aspects of Melbourne’s history, and hear about the city’s Indigenous heritage
- Visit the trendy inner-city suburb of Fitzroy, where you’ll have the opportunity to purchase lunch
- Upgrade to an electric bike for an additional $25pp
- Maximum group size: 20.
- Guided small group bike tour
- Friendly and knowledgeable local guide
- Engaging commentary
- Use of a well maintained and comfortable beach cruiser or city-style bike
- Use of a helmet
- Free Wi-Fi at the tour meeting point
- Storage of personal effects.
Adults: AUD $59pp
Students/children: AUD $49pp
This tour is not suitable for children under the age of ten.
What you can expect
There’s nothing quite like exploring a city by pedal power, and this half-day Best of Melbourne Bike Tour will give you an amazing introduction to the Victorian capital.
After meeting your guide and the rest of the group in the city centre, you’ll be kitted out with a comfortable beach cruiser or city-style bike and helmet. You’ll have the chance to access complimentary Wi-Fi and store any personal items you won’t need on the ride. [More]
Once the tour gets underway, your experienced local guide will set a relaxed pace. You’ll make regular stops at points of interest along the way, where your guide will share anecdotes on Melbourne’s culture and history. The landmarks and attractions along the route of this Best of Melbourne Bike Tour include the Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria, the Shrine of Remembrance, Old Melbourne Gaol and the MCG.
You’ll visit some the inner-city’s famous laneways, and take in the vibrant street art. The tour then heads past the historic Royal Exhibition Building in Carlton Gardens, and on to the hip inner-city suburb of Fitzroy (made famous by several Australian TV dramas). There you’ll stop for a well-earned break. There’s the opportunity to purchase lunch or a coffee (own expense).
The tour also takes in the sights and sounds of Melbourne’s famous Chinatown, and there are one or two other surprise highlights that are guaranteed to delight participants of all ages.
90% of this Best of Melbourne Bike Tour takes place on designated bike paths and in parks, which makes it a safe and relaxed experience. Melbourne is an extremely bike-friendly city, and the tour is suitable for adults and children. All you need to do is let us know the ages of children at the time of booking, and appropriate bikes will be provided.
MichaelMolloy86 (29/1/2019) – Via TripAdvisor
What an awesome way to see the city! Our guide was a great source of information. The bikes were easy to ride, and we visited all the key sites. I loved that each bike had a name. We met people from India, the USA, Perth and Melbourne on the ride. Do yourself a favour and go on a bike ride through Melbourne.
feliciac478 (23/1/2019) – Via TripAdvisor
Four of us visiting from Perth had an excellent experience, thanks to our wonderful guide, Matt. The trip took in some great sights and important spots all over the city. Plenty of cycling (but not too challenging!) and some great history, and fascinating facts about the city! Most of our party had visited Melbourne on numerous occasions before, but this was a great highlight of the trip as they learned some great new things about this fabulous city. We were really impressed by the excellent value for money this tour offers. We will definitely sample the other tours next time we visit!
trevorl846 (16/1/2019) – Via TripAdvisor
A really excellent tour. Our guide was very informative, knowledgeable and entertaining. He explained the safety points well and took care to ensure we lost no-one. We were in a group of 7, an excellent size. We covered quite a bit of ground and the route was largely flat with no hills of any consequence. The bikes were totally appropriate and in good condition. We went to a very good quality but inexpensive café/restaurant for a very relaxed, chatty and enjoyable lunch. A great way to see Melbourne and learn some of its history.
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