This is an easy way to explore the Ned Kelly sites in Benalla. Bring your own bicycle or be provided with a hire bicycle,

This tour takes you through the Kelly sites within the Benalla CBD and includes stops at the Benalla Courthouse, the Bootmaker's shop and the Commercial Hotel, where the police set up headquarters for the manhunt of The Kelly Gang. You will visit the Benalla cemetery the final resting place of Joe Byrne and others caught up in the Kelly saga.

Finishing at the Costume and Kelly museum where you will be able to see the original bloodstained sash worn by Ned Kelly at the siege of Glenrowan.

Type Indicative prices

With your own bicycle $25 includes museum entry cost. Bike hire $70 includes museum entry.

$25.00 - $70.00
Tour highlights:
  • Joe Byrnes Grave
    Joe Byrnes Grave is just one of the Ned Kelly sites that you will see on this tour. Joe Byrne was Ned Kelly's right hand man. Having been killed at the siege of Glenrowan, Joe Byrnes body was returned to Benalla where it was put on display for photographers, there is a cell door on display at the Kelly and Costume Museum, another stop on the tour.

During this time Benalla Tours is offering small group tours, please contact to discuss how you can still explore the region. Visit Benalla offers guided walking and mini bus tours, and your cycling tour needs. If you are more into self guided touring allow Benalla Tours to assist you with information, accommodation and travel needs.

Ned Kelly's name and deeds are etched into the Australian story. Benalla is the epicentre of this story, so let Visit Benalla tours take you on this journey. Experience the landscapes, wineries, villages, arts culture and history.

Visit Benalla is run by passionate locals who are wanting visitors to experience the secrets that Benalla and the North East region has to offer.

  • Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation
  • Visitor Information Centre
14 Mair Street, Benalla, Victoria, 3672

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