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Port Stephens: Worimi Sand Dune Quad Bike Adventure

1. Port Stephens: Worimi Sand Dune Quad Bike Adventure

Experience the thrill of riding a high-quality ATV through the Worimi Sand Dunes on this tour from Port Stephens. Cruise at high speeds over seaside grasslands and feel the challenge of tackling towering sand dunes.  Meet your guide in Williamtown and listen as you are provided with a tutorial on how to confidently operate your bike. Follow your guide on a high-octane ride over maintained tracks through coastal grasslands to get to the dunes.  Travel over more and more challenging sand dunes. Enjoy privacy as your ride as the local tour provider has exclusive access to the highest sand dunes on Stockton Beach.  Climb large sand dunes that are 12-30 meters high. Take a tour that is tailored to meet your needs and experience level. Have the option to add sandboarding to your tour. 

Newcastle: Half-Day Bike Tour with Food and Drink Tastings

2. Newcastle: Half-Day Bike Tour with Food and Drink Tastings

The name says it all, this select half day tour you will discover the best Newy has to offer. Guests take in the major sights of Nobbys Beach and surrounds, continuing along the harbour to discover Newcastle's street-art scene before heading to the suburbs. This is a premium tour inclusive of food and beverage tasting throughout. Next the group 'goes local', peeling back a layer of Newcastle's history, sampling some of the cities finest produce. At each stop riders will learn about how it makes up the essence of Newcastle, contributing to the fabric of this great coastal city. Riders can expect: - A welcome drink sampling local produce - An intro to Newcastle visiting Nobbys Beach and Macquarie Pier - Ride the the harbourside foreshore on 100% bike paths - See the changing face of Newcastle at Museum Park, where old meets new architecture complete with public street art - Ride into the suburbs to visit a local distillery / brewery and sampling their products - Discover a side of Newcastle's industrial history in the suburbs - Enjoy a hearty BBQ lunch in one of Newcastle's best kept secret foodie institutions Some things may change from time-to-time pending weather conditions, venue operations and ad hoc events not to be missed.

Melbourne: Guided City Bike Tour with Gear and Lunch Stop

3. Melbourne: Guided City Bike Tour with Gear and Lunch Stop

Get introduced to Melbourne and the surrounding suburbs and discover key landmarks on this guided biking trip with all the gear you need for a safe adventure. Take breaks, stop for an optional lunch, and get tips on what to do in town during the rest of your stay.  Whether you’re new to the city or have lived here your entire life, you’re guaranteed to learn all facets of Melbourne on this one all-encompassing tour. Hear about Melbourne’s founding, the Aboriginals, the Eureka Stockade, local war history, the importance of sports in the city, and much more. Make a stop in Fitzroy at a trendy cafe for lunch (costs not included). Alternatively, feel free to pack your own lunch to enjoy during this stop. During breaks, your guide will give you great tips on what to do whilst in town from events to the best spots to eat.

Melbourne: 1-Day Mountain Biking Adventure with Lunch

4. Melbourne: 1-Day Mountain Biking Adventure with Lunch

Escape the busy city of Melbourne and head north to Woodend and the handmade trails of the Wombat State Forest. Weave through the trees and breathe in the crisp countryside air as you ride along this well-established, 17 km trail. Follow your guides along the circuit, embarking on a few exciting challenges along the way that will put your biking skills to the test. Once you’ve built up an appetite, head to Holgate’s Brewhouse for lunch. Home to an incredible beer range that is all brewed on-site, the brewery is the perfect location to relax after a hectic morning of biking and refuel for an afternoon of fun. Take it easy on the beer though, as the best riding is yet to come! After lunch, bike the 35-minute journey along the Calder Highway to the township of Harcourt, just outside the gold mining town of Bendigo. Spend a few hours biking along the 34 km of green, blue, and black trails, which have received millions of dollars of regeneration in recent years, producing the very best tracks and trails for all levels of skill and fitness. After 4 hours of riding, a fantastic lunch, and a memorable adventure, it’s time to return to Melbourne, arriving in the city around 6pm.

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Had the best time ever. Little nervous at first as we’ve never rides quad bikes before but the instructors were great and we knew we were in safe hands. The sand dunes were absolutely amazing, they just went for miles and miles. The weather was pretty dismal but I think that added to the fun! We couldn’t keep the smiles from our faces!!! Such a great experience. Would recommend it to anyone with a bit of adventure in them!!

Amazing time spent on sand dune, there are a few professionals following you so it will be a great experience for first time quad bikers. They are really nice and helpful as well!

Great day and tour guide Freddie was awesome. Really knows hos information. Highly recommend this tour.

Beautiful views on our ride! Guides were the best! Enjoyed ourselves and will defs come back with fam.

Was great fun with the family, we would all recommend