100% off-road riding. Spend a day riding two great mountain bike locations north west of Melbourne. Breath fresh, country air and test your skills and fitness on well maintained mountain bike specific trails. Brewery lunch included.

Cost
Type Indicative prices
Adult

Price is per adult. Children under 13 are not permitted.

$350.00

Inclusions

- 4 hours of guided mountain biking - 2 mountain bike trail location - Lunch at Holgate’s Brewery (beer at own risk) - Bike hire (Giant hardtail with front suspension) - Australian standards approved helmet - Pick up and drop off Melbourne CBD hotels

Days of operation:
  • Departure details: 05/08/19 - 31/03/21

    Sat/Sun: 08:00am - 06:00pm

Australian Natural Treasures Touring has over 20 years of providing private and micro-group touring of the Great Ocean Road and beyond. Specialising in small groups, using boutique accommodation, sourcing fine food and avoiding big crowds, there has been no better time than now to experience the luxury and freedom of a micro or private touring experience.

Booking a private tour means you are travelling with people you feel close to and no others.

Journeys have been designed to avoid crowds well before Covid19. The just think it is the right way to travel. Seeing sites with less people makes it more special and rewarding while the small numbers allow us to use accommodation and restaurants larger groups cannot.

Expert guides with passion and experience will bend over backwards to show you their backyard.

Australian Natural Treasures Touring believes the touring experience should not be rushed. Their personalised small group extended tours for two to eight people are designed to showcase the regions natural beauty, history and wildlife.

The most popular tour is the two days Great Ocean Road tour that allows you to see far more than what a rushed day tour allows. Or why not travel from Melbourne - Adelaide, or reverse, along Great Ocean Road.

1 Howey Street, Gisborne, Victoria, 3437

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