Enjoy a leisurely morning cycle tour through the beautiful Bellarine Peninsula, passing farms, vineyards and local produce stores. The cycling is easy and enjoyable riding along the Bellarine Rail Trail. Stop for morning tea at a local winery or cafe.
VineTours suggest lunch venues for you either a casual gourmet pizza type lunch or a more formal a la carte style. Alternatively, you can collect gourmet treats from farm gates for a picnic lunch.
VineTours Self-Guided tours give you the freedom to explore and wander off the beaten track at your own pace. Maps and a written guide to suggested routes that travel past various gourmet produce stores and vineyards are provided.
At the end of your day VineTours will pick you up and return you to your vehicle.
Included: bike, helmet, basket, water bottle, maps and a written guide, emergency kit, telephone assistance throughout day if required, pick up and return to your vehicle
Enjoy a leisurely morning bike ride through the beautiful Queenscliff - Bellarine Peninsula passing farms and vineyards as we cycle our way through the coastal countryside. Take advantage of the quiet back roads and trails through the scenic countryside with its boutique food and wine producers.
The cycling is easy and very enjoyable riding mainly along the Bellarine Rail Trail which runs beside the Bellarine Peninsula Tourist Railway from Queenscliff to Drysdale. We pass the Lonsdale Tomato Farm, olive groves, historic stations and various native birdlife, stopping for a coffee or wine tasting at Banks Road Vineyard along the way.
After the cycling, experience a local winery wood-fired pizza lunch and glass of wine or soft drink, followed by a visit to one or two of the fabulous wineries in the area such as Jack Rabbit Winery, Terindah Estate, Basils Farm or Bennetts on Bellarine.
Relax, enjoy the cycle as our expert guide will take you on a fantastic tour of the Bellarine Peninsula.
Forget about being stuck in a bus or a car, this is a day you will really enjoy and remember.
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