You'll be supplied with a detailed route and map. However, there's also plenty of easy signage along the journey
Pedal your way around the vineyards and enjoy the cellar doors
A lovely platter style lunch is included in the tour
Be sure to stop by Milawa Mustards
Bike leisurely along the trail, stopping at fantastic independent food outlets and stocking up on goodies

Tour de Gourmet Escape: Cycling in Beechworth

Duration
3 days
Site savings
$6
From
$271 USD

The Tour de Gourmet Escape is a 3-day self-guided tour centering around historic Beechworth. It’s the perfect weekend break, or mid-week escape, and takes in the must do’s of this increasingly popular gourmet region. Located in North East Victoria, about 3 hours drive north from Melbourne, Beechworth is becoming synonymous with wine, food and cycling. Tick all the boxes and take the stress out of knowing where to go, what to taste and how to get there. The tour operator has done the homework for you, so all you need to do is arrive. This cycling tour in Beechworth uses the Murray to Mountains Rail Trail, is downhill and very easy, and is the ideal way to see and experience all this region has to offer.

  • Category
    For Food Lovers
  • Type
    Self-Guided
  • Duration
    3 days
  • Culture Level
    Familiar
  • Skill Level
    1 - Beginner
  • Activity Level
    1 - Easy
  • Elevation
    1 - Easy
  • Terrain
    Agricultural
  • Distance
    19.9 miles
  • Avg. Daily Distance
    19.9 miles
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Tour de Vines
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Cycling from Beechworth to Milawa

KerryG974
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We would recommend this gourmet food and wine cycling tour. The day started with easy pedaling from Beechworth with the first stop the Organic Pennyweight winery. Chris made us feel very welcome and the wines we sampled were very smooth to the palate, especially The Durif. Downhill for the next 15 km, arriving at the Everton Hotel which was closed. Just a short note about the the swooping magpie on the back Everton road. He did not let up!!! We continued on for another 20 km along back roads taking in the view and fresh air. Unfortunately the olive tasting was also closed. We arrived at Milawa for lunch and were served a delicious platter of local cuisine. After visiting the winery next door we continued cycling to Brown Brothers for our pick-up.The driver, Bernard was an extremely conversant, helpful and courteous gentleman.