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Mclaren Vale Hills Vines and Wines Bike Tour from Adelaide

1. Mclaren Vale Hills Vines and Wines Bike Tour from Adelaide

You will be picked up in central Adelaide and transported to Kuitpo Forest, a beautiful spot above the McLaren Vale wine region. You will be provided with a good quality mountain bike with front suspension & disc brakes, and a helmet if you do not have your own. Set off to explore the forest. Kangaroos and koalas can regularly be seen on the ride. Next is a lovely descent down Willunga Hill towards McLaren Vale, and then it’s time for wine tasting. Then ride through the vineyards and stop at a number of local wineries to sample their fare and perhaps purchase some wine to take home with you. Stop for a lunch comprising of a local produce platter along the way.  In the afternoon leave it to the group to decide your final visits- maybe a micro-brewery, another winery, a cafe/chocolate stop for a little desert, or if it’s really warm maybe a swim stop at one of the beautiful beaches that fringe the Vale. Finally, you will be picked up and transported back to Adelaide.  The ride is fairly leisurely and is suitable for anyone who is happy riding a bike on firetracks and country roads. The van can also pick up your wine purchases along the way so you don't have to carry them.

City to Sea Adelaide Bike Tour

2. City to Sea Adelaide Bike Tour

Explore Adelaide on two wheels Cycle at a relaxing pace on comfortable bikes and see parts of Adelaide that you wouldn’t ordinarily experience. This fun and engaging outdoor tour also provides an active and alternative way to get to the beach from the City. It is also a great way to explore some of Adelaide’s best must do’s with plenty of picture stops and surprises along the way. Experience the vibrant Riverbank Precinct Starting from the heart of the City, cycle to the bustling Riverbank Precinct, home to significant and historic buildings, sports events and public spaces. Sights include the Festival Centre, Elder Park, the Adelaide Convention Centre, the historic rowing sheds and the new $40 million landmark Riverbank Bridge that links the world famous Adelaide Oval with the City. Ride the serene River Torrens Linear trail Enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the river, parks and wetlands as you ride through an 1800’s cemetery, cross under viaducts and bridges and appreciate the serenity of nature in this continually changing landscape. As the river trail comes to an end, start to feel the ocean breeze and soon be amazed by the breathtaking coastal views. Discover the relaxed atmosphere of Henley Beach The recently redeveloped Henley Square offers the perfect place to take a break and re-energise over a delicious morning tea at ‘Cocolat’ while getting some insider tips from your guide. Henley is one of the ‘go to’ beaches for locals to hang out and enjoy the relaxed atmosphere. Take a walk on the jetty and keep an eye out for the occasional pod of dolphins that visit the foreshore. Cycle along the spectacular coastline Heading south along the dedicated cycle path, take in the expansive views along the coastline toward the Fleurieu Peninsula. Get a feel for the South Australian coastal lifestyle as you ride past beachside houses, sailing clubs and sand dunes. The final stretch takes you through the stylish Marina Pier complex and back to the foreshore before arriving at Moseley Square, Glenelg. Stay and explore the coastal town of Glenelg The popular cosmopolitan town of Glenelg is ideal for swimming, dining and entertainment. Shop on the bustling Jetty Road, discover the museums and galleries or simply find a place to relax and enjoy an ice cream. Take the time to walk along the sandy white shores and feel the sand between your toes or have a swim in the calm blue sea while soaking up some sunshine. Catch the iconic Glenelg tram back to the City Your return to the City is your choice! You can either return at your own leisure via the iconic Glenelg tramway (20 minute trip) or choose to come back with us in the pureSA bus upon arrival in Glenelg. Tip: No need to carry all your beach gear in your backpack while riding – just leave it safely  at the pureSA office and the supplier will bring it to you at Glenelg.

South Australia: 7-day Local Food & Wine Guided E-bike Tour

3. South Australia: 7-day Local Food & Wine Guided E-bike Tour

This all-inclusive experience is available to anyone with a sense of adventure who enjoys food, wine, and wildlife and loves being outdoors. E-bikes make cycling easy, and make seeing the South Australian state a breeze. Join for a 7-day, fully guided E-bike safari through South Australia. Ride the famous Riesling Trail in Clare Valley. Visit The Barossa Valley, Maggie Beer at Seppeltsfield Road. Explore the Langhorne Creek wine region along the Grapes for Good trail, enjoy the Adelaide Hills, and come face-to-face with Australian wildlife at Cleland Wildlife Park. Your E-bike tour will also take you to the plains of Monarto Safari Park for an exclusive cycling safari.Day 1Travel to Adelaide with accommodation at the ibis Adelaide hotel.Day 2Pickup from the ibis and head to the mid-North, where you will be guided through the Clare Valley Riesling Trail. Stop at your accommodation at the Clare Country Club. From here, your guide will take you to selected wineries including O'Leary Walker Wines for a wine tasting and lunch. Next, stop in at Mad Bastard Wines for another tasting. Conclude your 2nd day with dinner at the Watervale Hotel.Day 3Explore the Barossa Valley where you will hop on the E-bikes and ride the 20-km Barossa Rail Trail to Maggie Beers. Have lunch and a wine tasting at Seppeltsfield where the bus will meet you and drive to the city of Murray Bridge. Check into your accommodation for the night at the Bridgepoint Hotel, and enjoy a high tea complete with a glass of sparkling wine.Day 4Cycle Langhorne Creek wine region. Visit wineries on the Grapes for Good trail, a conservation initiative of Monarto Safari Park, and six wineries, where proceeds from wine purchases go back to animals in the wild.Enjoy a taste or two of the local drop at each stop, then end up at Lake Breeze Wines. where you will be treated to a tasty picnic and a bottle of sparkling Blanc de Blanc.Your 5 stops for the day will also include cheese, gin, beer, chocolate, and a historical tour to mix things up. Next, head back to Bridgeport Hotel for the night.Day 5Immerse yourself in nature as you cycle Monarto Safari Park before the gates open. Watch the giraffe roam while you enjoy a light breakfast, made from local native ingredients sourced from the on-site Ngeragi ya:yun (native food garden). See animals including rhinos, chimpanzees, and zebras.Get a prey's eye view when you take the walk of the brave at Lions 360, Australia’s only 360-degree lion encounter at Monarto Safari Park. Spend the night at a 4-star hotel, The Manna by Haus. Day 6Ride through the historic town, Hahndorf in The Adelaide Hills where you can enjoy famous Australian art from Hans Heysen and a beautiful cheese platter from Udder Delights. Finish your experience at Cleland Wildlife Park where you come face-to-face with Australian wildlife. Enjoy your last night at The ibis, in Adelaide.Day 7Tour concludes.

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Excellent!

We had a really wonderful day exploring the Mclaren Vale Hills. We are a couple and were joined by 4 other passengers who we all got along with really well. We all had E-Bikes (we are relatively fit and have never used E-Bikes before) and would totally recommend again! They were so easy to use, made the ride so much more enjoyable and everyone stayed as a group as we all went at a similar speed. The wine tastings were delicious at both venues as was the lunch. Our group then went to the microbrewery which was an extra charge if we bought anything - but didn't break the bank balance at all. The day was really well run by Ian and I would 100% recommend this trip. Thank you!

Good fun. Small group. First part of the ride is a mountain bike track; a little bit challenging. Lunch delicious selection of local produce. Wineries and boutique brewery offered good selection.

new, well maintained bikes, clean helmets. well paced, informative and 2 great venues. beer stop was just ok and on your own dime. had a wonderful ride and many tastes!

Fantastic tour, great tour guide , easy ride . Such a beautiful city and beach. Def recommend a+++++