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Point Nepean Cycling Tour

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  • Scenic Tours

Experience the breathtakingly beautiful Point Nepean National Park with a tour guide who has detailed knowledge of the area and its history. This bike tour is ideal for cyclists 8 years and over with a reasonable fitness and cycling ability


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Included:
  • Refreshments
  • Bicycle and Helmet
  • Refreshments
  • Knowledgeable and experienced guide

Point Nepean Cycling Tour


Our cycling tour is the perfect way to explore the beautiful Point Nepean National Park. All of our tour guides have a detailed knowledge of the area and its history, making it the ideal way to experience the National Park. This bike tour is suitable for cyclists aged 8 years and over with a reasonable level of fitness and cycling ability.

Point Nepean Cycling Tour Itinerary



Our cycling tour is the perfect way to explore the beautiful Point Nepean National Park. All of our tour guides have a detailed knowledge of the area and its history, making it the ideal way to experience the National Park. This bike tour is suitable for cyclists aged 8 years and over with a reasonable level of fitness and cycling ability.


Within the park, you will ride to many historic sites. The first stop is the old Quarantine Station area – a site with buildings dating back to the mid 19th Century. It was used to prevent the spread of dangerous diseases, house troops during World War II and protect ethnic Albanians fleeing the Balkans conflict in the 1990’s. You will then move on to visit the historic Cattle Jetty, Pearce Barracks and Eagles Nest.


Next, you will ride out to Fort Nepean , located at the end of the southern end Mornington Peninsula. Fort Nepean helped make Melbourne the most well-defended city in Australia’s. You’ll be able to hop off your bikes and explore the vast tunnels of the fortress that were used during the first and second World Wars. Not to mention the breathtaking lookout points where Bass Strait meets Port Phillip.

Then after some light refreshments, you hop back on your bike and head home via Cheviot Hill, the mysterious beach where the then Prime Minister Harold Holt vanished in 1967.

Wildlife is also a highlight of the tour - lucky cyclists may spot Bottlenose Dolphins frolicking in the water, Australian Fur Seals playing out on rock formations, Echidnas meandering along Coles Track (a scenic bike path), Rosellas give the sky a dash of colour around Quarantine station and much more.

What to Bring

You should bring a backpack for personal items – camera, mobile phone, sunscreen and water bottle.

A hat, sunglasses, comfortable riding clothes and closed heel shoes are essential.

You are welcome to bring along your personal bike helmet or bike if you prefer.

You should definitely bring your enthusiastic sense of adventure!

Payment Details
Full payment is required upon booking.

Cancellation Policy
All cancellations or changes to numbers not given with 30 days notice will be held accountable for the total cost.

Our complimentary concierge service is provided exclusively to our guests for your stay with us at Peninsula Holiday Rentals.
Our team would love to take the stress out of planning and organising your holiday and ensure you experience the best that the Mornington Peninsula has to offer.




For Booking Enquiries:
Please contact us via phone or email. We will be more than happy to assist in any way we can!

e: info@peninsulaholidayrentals.com.au
p: 03 5984 2666


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Pricing

$50.00 - 75.00