Explore the Bellarine by E-bike. Your self guided itinerary sees you ride the Bellarine Rail Trail at your own pace. Once you have received your tour map, winery lunch voucher and a quick run down of how to ride your e-bike, you will be on your way.

Transfers from Portarlington or Queenscliff ferry terminals are included so just bring your overnight luggage and you will be ready to roll.

Departs Saturdays 1:00pm

Your tour includes E Bike hire and helmet, itinerary and ride map, gourmet lunch and wine at Banks Road winery, overnight twin share boutique accommodation, buffet breakfast and tour of the Point Lonsdale lighthouse.

Cost
Type Indicative prices
Adult

Discount price of $375 per person for groups of four or more.

$375.00 - $395.00

Bike Bellarine was born after its owner (who previously ran cycling tours to the Pyrenees in France), realised that his home on the Bellarine Peninsula has so much to offer for cyclists looking for a quick getaway on their bike without the hassle of airfares, bike bags and passports.

Simply grab your bike, or rent one from us and jump on one of the ferry services from Docklands or Sorrento direct to the Bellarine Peninsula.

We'll meet you at the ferry terminal and supply you with maps with ride itineraries that suit every type of rider. We have itineraries for both the non lycra rider who just want to cruise along, right through to those mountain goats looking to conquer the local hill climbs.

For the caffeine addicts, we'll tell you the best coffee stops and included is a voucher for gourmet lunch.

Those wanting to ride for a couple of days, overnight accommodation in a boutique hotel with breakfast is included.

From there its up to you to explore the sights, sounds and tastes of the Bellarine Peninsula and beyond on your own personalised cycling tour.

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Membership:
  • Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation
  • Visitor Information Centre
Bellarine Rail Trail, Drysdale, Victoria, 3222

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