Enjoy safe off-road riding on sealed coastal bike paths
Bike tour this leisurely (mostly flat) route
Cycle by delightful sights and places to stop as you gaze out to sea
Explore this lovely part of NSW by bike
Be sure to pack your swimwear so you can take advantage of the beautiful beaches

Cycling Tour NSW South Coast

Duration
4 days
Site savings
$16
From
$738 USD

Ride the seaside trails on a 4 day self-guided, fully supported tour. Ride the stunning coastal paths and bike lanes from Thirroul to Kiama. Whale spot, swim, visit the largest Buddhist monastery in the southern hemisphere and so much more. The New South Wales south coast is famous for raw, uncrowded beaches, whale watching and quaint country towns. Explore this coastal gem using scenic cycle paths that follow the coastline, whilst having all the logistics looked after for you.

  • Category
    For Families
  • Type
    Self-Guided
  • Duration
    4 days
  • Culture Level
    Familiar
  • Skill Level
    1 - Beginner
  • Activity Level
    1 - Easy
  • Elevation
    1 - Easy
  • Terrain
    Coastal
  • Distance
    41 miles
  • Avg. Daily Distance
    10.3 miles
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  • Where does the tour start and end?

    The tour starts in Thirroul and ends in Kiama, both on the south coast of NSW.

    Make your way to Thirroul, either by driving or by using the train. Thirroul is approximately 1 hour from Sydney on the train.

    On the final day, the tour operator will make arrangements with you to collect any hire bikes they can transfer you to Kiama train station where it takes around 1hr to get back to Thirroul or 2 hrs back to Sydney.

    Fly in/out of Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport (SYD).

  • How long is the tour? How many days riding?

    The tour is 4 days long with 3 days of riding.

  • What's the tour like?

    This cycling tour is an easy self-guided 3-day/3 night ride along the beautiful south coast of NSW. Within each reach of Sydney, starting in the beautiful beachside suburb of Thirroul and following the coast south to the dramatic headland and lighthouse in Kiama. The route is primarily flat and runs mainly along cycle paths, and there is plenty to see and do along the way.

  • Can I hire a bike?

    Yes, there are new 24 gear flat bar Trek bikes available to hire, or if you’re in any doubt about your ability, there are also E-bikes. These are like any normal bike but come with ‘pedal assist’ technology that gives you a little extra boost when you need it, meaning you can keep up with friends or get to your destination without any stress.

    You can also bring your own bike if you prefer.

  • If I'm travelling on my own, do I have to pay more?

    If you wish to have your own room or are travelling alone then a single supplement is payable.

  • As the tour is self-guided, how will I know where to go?

    Your arrival information will include detailed, daily riding instructions for your tour along with the map showing your route highlighted. Riding instructions will provide thorough information and give you the flexibility to travel at your own pace.

  • What sort of support is given?

    Whilst you enjoy the freedom of cycling self-guided, support is never far away. A local team is available as and when required and will transfer your luggage daily to your accommodation. If you have issues with your hire bikes, or inclement weather arrives the support team will be there for you, so you can rest easy knowing help is at hand, and enjoy your surroundings and experience.

  • Pricing Information

    The price on the ‘Dates and Price’ page serves as a guide since the rate can vary depending on your chosen dates. Please let us know your preferred dates and we can let you know the total price and availability.

Overall Rating:
5.0/5
Jenny R, Sydney
(Review obtained from Tour Operator)

Easy riding, great track from Thirroul and so many gorgeous beaches.  Windang was such a surprise and the beach is stunning, recommend getting there early to enjoy this little paradise.  So many cafes and restaurants along the way made it easy, and the accommodation was spot on.  What a great trip!