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Majestic Foreshore and East Perth Bike Tour

Majestic Foreshore and East Perth Bike Tour

Join our award winning company and discover the majestic foreshore’s of South Perth, East Perth’s Claisebrook Cove & Elizabeth Quay. Along the way learn some of the areas historical and cultural secrets on this upbeat & engaging bike tour.

Tour overview

Come and join our award winning company (Silver, WA Tourism Best New Business 2021) on a fabulous guided bike tour and discover some of Perth’s majestic foreshores. This gentle ride utilises Perths comprehensive network of modern cycle paths leaving you the opportunity to explore and absorb the scenic and very photogenic locations. 

This fun, vibrant and wonderfully engaging tour starts under the watchful eyes of the giant frill neck lizard and numbat public artworks at the Mindeerup piazza, South Perth’s foreshore gateway. From here we peddle a specially chosen route that has been carefully curated to ensure we avoid major hills, keeping the route as flat and enjoyable as possible.

Heading towards the Causeway bridge, we stop and explore some hidden wetlands, learn about historical locations whilst observing some incredible bird life. We continue on into the photogenic Optus Stadium hub and across the very iconic Matagarup bridge and into Claisebrook Cove for a cafe break. We enjoy the lovely waterscapes of this vibrant hub and spend time discovering a significant location for the local Noongar people of the area. 

Our ride back takes us through the waterfront precinct of Elizabeth Quay, an area that brings the city and river together.  Here your guide will highlight some of Perth's more urban and modern locations including the unique and distinctive Bell Tower. 

We finish our tour with a gentle ride over the Narrows Bridge and back to the South Perth foreshore. 

Our small group guided tours and energetic narrative are all about actively connecting you with nature rather than strenuous exercise and so cater for a wide range of ages and skill levels. We aim to leave you energised and with a strong sense of accomplishment. 


Ride rating

The route has been carefully curated to minimise hills. We do stop regularly for breaks, discussions and photo opportunities. You should be prepared to exercise with some periods of increased heart rate. 

As a reference this tour would be suitable for those who are active or can ride a bike. 

Ride rating: EASY


Duration & distance 

We ride for approximately 16km over a three hour period which includes multiple stops for photos & discussions.


Who is the tour suitable for

Persons above 155cm.


What is included

Super comfortable, near new, well maintained, step through tourer bike with fat tyres & plush seat.

Helmet. 

You will also have a knowledgeable guide who is trained to keep you safe and provide you with interesting & relevant information. 

The guide also carries a first aid kit for your safety.


What to wear and bring

We are riding bikes so please wear appropriate clothing including enclosed shoes.

You need to bring your own weather protection clothing and sunscreen.

You also need to bring a full water bottle.

Some money as you will have a cafe stop opportunity...bike riders love their coffee shops.


Toilets

There are many public toilets along our route, so just ask the guide if you need to use the ammenities.


Start & finish locations

We meet at South Perth Cycles in Mends Street Arcade, 21 Mends Street,  South Perth. Here we get allocated our bikes and helmets and walk the short distance together to the piazza area underneath the giant numbat and frill neck lizard. 

We finish our tour back at the South Perth piazza and walk our bikes back to the Mends Street arcade. 


Covid-19 restrictions

Whilst we are biking outdoors and in small groups we do need to practice safe social distancing on tour at all times. 

  • Duration : 3 Hours (approx.)
From AUD $85.00

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Beautiful Kings Park and Matilda Bay Bike Tour Book Now 10 Available Book Now 10 Available × × × × ×
Beautiful Kings Park and Matilda Bay Bike Tour

Beautiful Kings Park and Matilda Bay Bike Tour

Join our award winning company as we cycle around South Perth’s majestic foreshore to Matilda Bay before venturing into iconic Kings Park. Along the way learn some of the areas historical and cultural secrets on this upbeat & engaging tour.

Tour overview

Come and join our award winning company (Silver, WA Tourism Best New Business 2021) on a fabulous, fun, vibrant and wonderfully engaging guided bike tour. Our tour utilises Perth’s comprehensive network of modern cycle paths leaving you the opportunity to explore and absorb the scenic and very photogenic locations, including the internationally famous Blue Boat House. 

The tour starts under the watchful eyes of the giant frill neck lizard and numbat public artworks at the Mindeerup piazza, South Perth’s foreshore gateway. From here we cycle over the Narrows Bridge and around the river towards the Matilda Bay parkland next to the University of WA. Along the way our passionate and experienced guides share the areas’ historical, cultural, geographical and horticultural secrets with you.

We continue our adventure and take you into the beating heart of iconic Kings Park's bushland and botanical garden areas.  Stopping for a well earned cafe break, we explore this unique bio-diversity hotspot on foot allowing plenty of time to take some incredible photos of the scenery, wildflowers and flowering plants.

Jumping back on our comfortable and easy to ride touring bikes we make our way via a network of scenic paths through the beautiful John Oldham Park to finish our day at the South Perth foreshore.

Our small group guided tours and energetic narrative are all about actively connecting you with nature rather than strenuous exercise and so cater for a wide range of ages and skill levels. We aim to leave you energised and with a strong sense of accomplishment. 


Ride Rating – MEDIUM

Whilst this tour has been carefully curated to minimise hills, there are a number of 'hilly' sections. We do stop regularly for breaks, discussions and photo opportunities. You should be prepared to exercise with some periods of increased heart rate. Feel free to dismount and walk your bike up a hill if you need to or want to.

As a reference this tour would be suitable for those who are active or ride a couple of times a month. 

Ride rating: MEDIUM


Duration & distance 

We ride for approximately 16km over a three hour period which includes multiple stops for photos & discussions.


Who is the tour suitable for

Persons above 155cm


What is included

Super comfortable, well maintained, step through tourer bike with fat tyres & plush seat.

Helmet. 

You will also have a knowledgeable guide who is trained to keep you safe and provide you with interesting & relevant information. 

The guide also carries a first aid kit for your safety.


What to wear and bring

We are riding bikes so please wear appropriate clothing including enclosed shoes.

Bring your own weather protection clothing and sunscreen.

You also need to bring a full water bottle.

Some money as there will be a cafe stop…and bike riders love their coffee stops...!


Toilets

There are many public toilets along our route, so just ask the guide if you need to use the ammenities. 


Start and finish locations

We meet at South Perth Cycles in Mends Street Arcade, 21 Mends Street,  South Perth. Here we get allocated our bikes and helmets and walk the short distance together to the piazza area underneath the giant numbat and frill neck lizard. 

We finish our tour back at the South Perth piazza and walk our bikes back to the Mends Street arcade. 


Covid-19 restrictions

Whilst we are biking outdoors and in small groups we do need to practice safe social distancing at all times on tour. 

  • Duration : 3 Hours (approx.)
From AUD $85.00

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Explore Canning River Wetlands Kayak Tour × × Book Now 16 Available SOLD OUT × × ×
Explore Canning River Wetlands Kayak Tour

Explore Canning River Wetlands Kayak Tour

Discover a truly spectacular urban wilderness in the heart of Perth. This unique opportunity takes in the incredible wildlife & scenery of a relatively unknown and untouched wetlands region on board one of our safe & easy to paddle kayaks.

Introduction

Let us take you outdoors and off the beaten track on a kayak journey of discovery through the very heart of Perth in an area that few people get to explore. This unique wetlands area in such close proximity to Perth’s CBD can only be truly appreciated when accessed by kayak.

Come on this fun, upbeat and wonderfully engaging tour and let our passionate and experienced guides share some of the areas historical, cultural, geographical and horticultural secrets with you.

Our small group guided tours are all about actively connecting you with nature rather than strenuous exercise and so cater for a wide range of ages and skill levels. 

We aim to leave you energised and with a strong sense of accomplishment. 


Tour overview

We meet and launch near the Canning River Bridge in Riverton and paddle slowly into the wetlands area. Here we take the time to enjoy the birdlife that live, hunt and breed in this unique regional park and learn a little of the first Australians who lived in the area as well as the first European explorers that settled the Swan River Colony.

We continue our paddle and explore the alluvial islands and estuarine vegetation of the Canning River Regional Park before arriving at Kent Street Weir. After a ~40 minute well earned break we jump in our kayaks and head back to our start point via a slightly different route but again taking time to absorb the areas beauty.


Paddle duration & rating

The Canning River Wetlands Kayak Tour traverses a very calm section of the Canning River that restricts large motor boat and jet ski access. The area we paddle is tidal but is sheltered with no waves. 

This tour is rated EASY with approximately 40 minutes paddling in each direction. 


What is included:

Your kayak, paddle and life jacket.

Safety induction.

Kayaking /paddling briefing - introduction to paddling, do’s and dont’s.

A ‘Dry Bag’ to help protect your wallet, keys and phone.

Knowledgeable guide - trained to keep you safe and show and provide you interesting information.

The guide also carries a first aid kit for your safety.


Covid-19 restrictions

Our kayaks are two person craft.  At all times on the tour please remember to practice safe social distancing. 


What to wear & bring

You need to bring your own weather protection clothing including a hat.

Sunscreen. 

A full water bottle.    

Some money as we will have a café stop opportunity.

Shoes that can be worn in the water eg: reef shoes, wet-suit shoes, sandals  or even old sandshoes (not essential).


Toilets

There are public toilets at Kent Street Weir (half way point) so just ask our  tour guide if you need to use the amenities.


Start & finish locations

We start and finish at the Riverton Canoe Launch located on the western side of Fern Road Canning River Bridge (Old Riverton Bridge), cnr Fern Road & Riverton Drive East. 


Things to consider

Children under the age of 18 years must be accompanied by an adult.

Minimum age for participation in a kayak tour is 8 years old.

Tandem kayaks have a maximum weight limitation of 125kg per person and 250kg per kayak.

  • Duration : 3 Hours (approx.)
From AUD $95.00

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Bike and Brew - Guided bike tour of Perth foreshores and micro breweries × × × × × × ×
Bike and Brew - Guided bike tour of Perth foreshores and micro breweries

Bike and Brew - Guided bike tour of Perth foreshores and micro breweries

The recent craft brewing surge has seen the opening of many new micro breweries in Perth. So come and join our award winning company on a fabulous, guided bike tour that captures the essence of this vibrant, funky and very urban scene.

Perth’s love of craft brewing has surged in the last few years with many new micro breweries opening up. So come and join our award winning company (Silver, WA Tourism Best New Business 2021) on a fabulous guided bike tour that captures the essence of this vibrant, funky and very urban brewing scene. 

Along the way discover some of Perth’s majestic foreshores on this gentle ride that utilises Perth's comprehensive network of modern cycle paths leaving you the opportunity to explore and absorb the scenic and very photogenic locations. Our passionate and experienced guides will share with you the areas’ historical, cultural, geographical, horticultural and of course, brewing secrets.

This fun, vibrant and wonderfully engaging tour starts under the watchful eyes of the giant frill neck lizard and numbat public artworks at the Mindeerup piazza, South Perth’s foreshore gateway. From here we head  towards the Causeway, stopping to explore some hidden wetlands, learn about historical locations whilst observing some incredible bird life. 

We continue on into the photogenic Optus Stadium hub, past Australia’s largest pub, The Camfield and across the now iconic Matagarup bridge and into Claisebrook Cove. We enjoy the lovely waterscapes of this vibrant hub as we weave our way into East Perth and discover one of Perth's newest micro breweries, "The Bright Tank". With a great, fresh range of craft beers, it is a naughty but very nice half way stop to enjoy a tasting paddle of beers or cider. 

Our ride back takes us via the exciting and new Long Neck Brewery where we again try a tasting paddle before riding back over the Causeway to the South Perth foreshore at Mends Street where we say goodbye.

For those of you who are inclined, Ogdens Brewery in the newly refurbished Windsor Hotel is only metres away and their made-in-house craft beers may assist is satiating your thirst.  You may want to forward plan this part and book a table for dinner.  If you are feeling guilty about a few small beers, we have worked some of those calories off during the ride

Ride rating

This tour is relatively flat and we stop regularly for breaks, discussions and photo opportunities. You should be prepared to exercise with some periods of increased heart rate. 

As a reference this tour would be suitable for those who are active or ride a couple of times a month. 

Ride rating: EASY

Duration & distance 

We ride for approximately 18km over a three hour period which includes multiple stops for photos & discussions and tasting at the venues.

Who is the tour suitable for

18 years and above.

What is included

Super comfortable, well maintained, step through tourer bike with fat tyres & plush seat.

Helmet. 

You will also have a knowledgeable guide who is trained to keep you safe and provide you with interesting & relevant information. 

The guide also carries a first aid kit for your safety.

Tasting paddle of beer/cider at the The Bright Tank Brewery and Long Necked Brewery. For those not indulging in beer, we do include a soft drink, coffee, tea or glass of wine.

What to wear and bring

We are riding bikes so please wear appropriate clothing including enclosed shoes.

You need to bring your own weather protection clothing and sunscreen.

You also need to bring a full water bottle.

Toilets

There are public toilets along our route so just ask the guide if you need to use the amenities.

Start & finish locations

We meet at South Perth Cycles in Mends Street Arcade, 21 Mends Street,  South Perth. Here we get allocated our bikes and helmets and walk the short distance together to the  piazza area underneath the giant numbat and frill neck lizard. 

We finish our tour back at the South Perth piazza and walk our bikes back to the Mends Street arcade. 

Covid-19 restrictions

Whilst we are biking outdoors and in small groups we do need to practice safe social distancing at all times on tour. 

Things to consider

Minimum age for participation on this bike tour is 18 years old.

There is no additional alcohol or food provided on the tour. 

Whilst you may purchase take away cans, no further alcohol can be consumed during the tour.

  • Duration : 3 Hours (approx.)
From AUD $89.00

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Evening City Lights Kayak Tour with a complimentary wine × × × × × × ×
Evening City Lights Kayak Tour with a complimentary wine

Evening City Lights Kayak Tour with a complimentary wine

Paddle gently beside the South Perth foreshore and watch the Perth city evening skyline come to life before relaxing and enjoying a complimentary drink with nibbles. So pop on over to South Perth after work for an evening with a difference.

Introduction

Let us take you outdoors on a relaxing and fun kayak tour along a picturesque and charming section of the Swan River in South Perth. We start and finish our paddle next to the Coode Street Jetty. At the completion of the kayaking we reward your effort with a glass of wine or a soft drink and some snacks and nibbles. This all inclusive and pre organised ‘picnic’ allows you to unwind and take in the awesome views across the river to the city skyline. 

Come on this fun, upbeat and engaging tour and let our passionate and experienced guides share some of the areas historical, cultural, geographical and horticultural secrets with you.

Our small group guided tours are all about actively connecting you with nature rather than strenuous exercise and so cater for a wide range of ages and skill levels. 

We aim to leave you energised, relaxed and with a strong sense of accomplishment.  


Tour overview

We meet and launch beside the Coode Street Jetty in South Perth and paddle slowly towards Mends Street jetty. Turning around at Mends Street, we then have a short paddle back, all the while hugging the foreshore and taking time to admire the river expanse and urban skyline opposite. Our journey includes a ‘raft up’ where we get together ‘mid stream’ for a chat and a story.

Once we disembark back at Coode Street we enjoy a well earned glass of wine and watch the sun sink slowly in the west. A great way to end the day.


Paddle duration and rating

The Evening City Lights kayak tour is a gentle paddle from Coode Street to Mends Street and back to Coode Street. All up, we paddle for approximately 45 minutes. This iconic and photogenic part of the Swan River is well protected from strong winds, tides and other boat traffic.    

This tour is rated EASY.


What is included

Your kayak, paddle and life jacket.

Safety induction.

Kayaking /paddling briefing - introduction to paddling, do’s and dont’s.

A ‘Dry Bag’ to help protect your wallet, keys and phone.

Knowledgeable guide - trained to keep you safe and show and provide you interesting information.

The guide also carries a first aid kit for your safety.

Complimentary glass of wine or soft drink as well as snacks and nibbles.


Covid-19 restrictions

Our kayaks are two person craft.  At all times on the tour please remember to practice safe social distancing.


What to wear & bring

You need to bring your own weather protection clothing including a hat.

Sunscreen. 

A full water bottle.    

Shoes that can be worn in the water eg: reef shoes, wet-suit shoes, sandals  or even old sandshoes (not essential).


Toilets

There are public toilets a short walk away at the start and finish of the tour, so just ask the guide if you need to use the amenities. You can also use these for changing clothes if necessary.


Start and finish location

We start and finish at Coode Street Jetty, South Perth. We launch from a grassed section and small beach in between the Boatshed Restaurant and the Coode Street Jetty. Once you have booked this tour you will receive an email with instructions on where to park and a map on where to meet.


Things to consider

Children under the age of 18 years must be accompanied by an adult.

Minimum age for participation in a kayak tour is 8 years old.

Children under 18 years old are not permitted to drink alcohol. For children or those not wanting to drink alcohol, a soft drink can be provided. 

Tandem kayaks have a maximum weight limitation of 125kg per person and 250kg per kayak.



  • Duration : 2 Hours (approx.)
From AUD $75.00

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Cliffs and Caves Kayak Tour × × × × × × ×
Cliffs and Caves Kayak Tour

Cliffs and Caves Kayak Tour

Explore this magnificent and unique part of Perth’s Swan River. Paddle through the crystal clear waters from East Fremantle Yacht Club to the imposing cliffs of Blackwall Reach, an area that can only truly be appreciated from the water.

Introduction

Our Cliffs & Caves Tour takes you by kayak to explore the stunning and imposing limestone cliffs of Blackwall Reach. This 500m section of weathered and majestic formations, is one of the Swan River’s special places, will leave you awestruck.

Our highly capable, experienced, local guides will share stories with you, from first Australians to the first European Swan River Colonists as well as some of the areas historical, cultural, geographical and horticultural secrets.

So come join us on this fun, upbeat and wonderfully engaging small group tour and actively connect with nature. We paddle tandem kayaks and cater for a wide range of ages and skill levels, aiming to leave you energised and with a strong sense of accomplishment. 

 

Tour overview

We meet and launch at East Fremantle Yacht Club and paddle slowly upriver through Bicton Bay, hugging the riverbanks. Here we take the time to admire the eclectic mix of houses, houseboats and watercraft all while enjoying the peace and serenity that is found whilst kayaking. 

We continue our paddle through the crystal clear waters towards the Blackwall Reach cliffs and spend time taking in the natural beauty the limestone caves, crevices and water bird nesting sites in the Swan River’s deepest location.

Our paddle includes several ‘raft ups’ where we get together ‘mid-stream’ for a chat and a story. A short paddle then sees us disembarking back at our start point and finishes at the ‘members only’ East Fremantle Yacht Club to enjoy the very scenic setting over a well-earned coffee, tea or soft drink.

Paddle duration & rating:

The Cliffs & Caves Kayak Tour is a slow paddle for approx. 45min up river to the Blackwall Reach cliffs. Whilst there is boat traffic in this area, the river here is quite wide and we hug the opposite shoreline to the traffic. The area we paddle in is tidal and subject to wind, depending on the day/season. Some people will experience short durations of elevated heart rate depending on
the wind. The paddle back is approx. 30 minutes.  

This tour is rated EASY to MEDIUM.

 

What is included:

Your kayak, paddle and life jacket

Safety induction.

Kayaking /paddling briefing - introduction to paddling, do’s and dont’s

A ‘Dry Bag’ to help protect your wallet, keys and phone

Knowledgeable guide - trained to keep you safe and show and provide you interesting information

The guide also carries a first aid kit for your safety

 

Covid-19 restrictions

Our kayaks are two person craft. At all times on the tour please remember to practice safe social distancing.

 

What to wear & bring

You need to bring your own weather protection clothing including a hat

Sunscreen

A full water bottle   

Shoes that can be worn in the water eg: reef shoes, wet-suit shoes, sandals  or even old sandshoes (not essential)

 

Toilets

There are public toilets located at the East Fremantle Yacht Club so just ask our tour guide if you need to use the amenities. 

You can also use these for changing clothes if necessary.

 

Start & finish locations

We start and finish at East Fremantle Yacht Club, Petra Street, East Fremantle. We launch from a grassed section and small beach just on the eastern side of the yacht club. Once you have booked this tour you will receive an email with instructions on where to park and a map on where to meet.


Things to consider

Children under the age of 18 years must be accompanied by an adult.

Minimum age for participation in a kayak tour is 8 years old.

Tandem kayaks have a maximum weight limitation of 125kg per person and 250kg per kayak.

  • Duration : 2 Hours (approx.)
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Mandoon Winery and Kayak Tour with wine tasting × × × Book Now 3 Available × × ×
Mandoon Winery and Kayak Tour with wine tasting

Mandoon Winery and Kayak Tour with wine tasting

Enjoy the serene and tranquil upper reaches of the Swan River as you paddle double kayaks to the picturesque and award winning Mandoon Estate Winery and reward yourself with an all inclusive wine tasting.

Introduction

Let us take you outdoors, off the beaten track and onto the river where we paddle through the heart of the Swan Valley, one of Western Australia’s unique and historical wine producing regions. 

We start and finish our paddle at Mandoon Estate Winery, Western Australia’s most awarded boutique winery (2012-2017). At the completion of the kayaking we reward your effort with a sampling and tasting of six Mandoon Estate premium wines. The pre organised exclusive table and wine tasting notes provided by Mandoon’s highly competent and knowledge staff is all inclusive. 

Come on this fun, upbeat and wonderfully engaging, magical, mystery tour and let our passionate and experienced guides share some of the areas historical, cultural, geographical and horticultural secrets with you.

Our small group guided tours are all about actively connecting you with nature rather than strenuous exercise and so cater for a wide range of ages and skill levels. 

We aim to leave you energised, relaxed and with a strong sense of accomplishment.  


Tour overview

We meet at Mandoon Estate Winery in Caversham and launch from Mandoon’s private jetty on the Swan River. We then paddle slowly down river, taking time to admire the natural beauty and unique flora and fauna of this special, serene, meandering section of the river. Our journey includes a number of ‘raft up’s’ where we get together ‘mid-stream’ for a chat and a story.

We continue with our paddle arriving at the historical Woodbridge Park where we stop, get out and stretch our legs.

A short paddle back to Mandoon sees us disembarking and walking you up to the Cellar Door to enjoy a well-earned wine tasting, coffee, tea or soft drink. A great way to end the day.


Paddle duration & rating

The Mandoon Winery Kayak Tour with Wine Tasting is a gentle paddle from Mandoon Estate down river to Woodbridge Park and back to Mandoon. All up, we paddle for approximately 90 minutes. This narrow and scenic part of the Swan River is well protected from strong winds, tides and other boat traffic.    

This tour is rated EASY.


What is included

Your kayak, paddle and life jacket.

Safety induction.

Kayaking /paddling briefing - introduction to paddling, do’s and dont’s.

A ‘Dry Bag’ to help protect your wallet, keys and phone.

Knowledgeable guide - trained to keep you safe and show and provide you interesting information.

The guide also carries a first aid kit for your safety.

Exclusive table at the Cellar Door for wine tasting of six premium Mandoon Estate wines.


Covid-19 restrictions

Our kayaks are two person craft.  At all times on the tour please remember to practice safe social distancing.


What to wear & bring

You need to bring your own weather protection clothing including a hat.

Sunscreen.

A full water bottle.    

Shoes that can be worn in the water eg: reef shoes, wet-suit shoes, sandals  or even old sandshoes (not essential).

Some money if you want to purchase extras from the Cellar Door shop.


Toilets 

There are public toilets at the start of the tour at Mandoon Estate so just ask the guide if you need to use the amenities. You can also use these for changing clothes at the end of the tour if necessary.


Start and finish locations

We start and finish at Mandoon Estate Winery, 10 Harris Road Caversham. Meet your guides at the main entrance between the Cellar Door and Homestead Brewery. There is ample parking at the winery.


Post tour

Mandoon Estate Winery is a wonderful location with a range of restaurants open to the public. If you think you would like to stay on at the winery after our tour and have a meal at the Homestead Brewery or Wild Swan or perhaps a gourmet picnic on the LLawn, please make a separate booking direct with Mandoon Estate on +61 8 6279 0500 or through their website. 


Things to consider

Children under the age of 18 years must be accompanied by an adult.

Minimum age for participation in a kayak tour is 8 years old.

Children under 18 years old are unable to participate in the wine tasting. For children or those not wanting to participate in the wine tasting, a soft drink, tea or coffee can be provided. 

Tandem kayaks have a maximum weight limitation of 125kg per person and 250kg per kayak.

  • Duration : 3 Hours (approx.)
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Mandurah Estuary Foreshore Guided Bike Tour × × × × Book Now 5 Available × ×
Mandurah Estuary Foreshore Guided Bike Tour

Mandurah Estuary Foreshore Guided Bike Tour

Join our vibrant, fun and upbeat guided bike tour and explore the stunning Mandurah estuary foreshore and wetlands. Along the way, we will take time to enjoy a coffee at one of Mandurah's funky new cafés.

Tour overview

Have you ever wanted to go to Mandurah but unsure of where to go once you got there?

Have you ever been in Mandurah and wanted to do something interesting and a little different?

The best way to explore a new place is by bike and GoGo Active Tours new, three hour guided tour is no exception.

So let us take you on a fun, upbeat and wonderfully engaging guided bike tour around the Mandurah estuary foreshore and wetlands on some of the areas magnificent bike paths.  

This 14km ride is relatively flat with a few short inclines and mostly along designated bike paths. The few roads we encounter are inner suburbs, making this tour suitable for beginners as well as experienced riders.

We start our tour at the Mandurah Visitor Centre and follow the foreshore heading towards the estuary and town precinct. We stop several times to learn a little of the history of the area.

We then ride over the Mandurah bridge on the designated cycle path for a photogenic view of the town.

Here we weave our way into Erskine and past the picturesque wetlands of "The Chimneys" to a wonderful new Cafe. We stop for a well deserved break, coffee and snack (not included).

Back on our bikes, we find our way into the canal areas of Mandurah where we get an insight into the lifestyles and homes of the rich and famous.

We then head back via the new town bridge before finishing the tour back at the start point. 

After the tour finishes, feel free to stay and explore the multitude of cafes and restaurants at your doorstep.


Ride rating

Easy - The Mandurah Estuary & Foreshore Guided Bike Tour is great fun for all levels of cyclists and non-cyclists alike.

Whether you are a tourist, traveling for work or lifelong resident, this is a fun way to explore the area.


Duration & distance

We ride for approximately 14km over a three hour period which includes multiple stops for photos & discussions. 


What is included

Super comfortable, near new, well maintained, step through tourer bike with fat tyres & plush seat.

Helmet. 

You will also have a knowledgeable guide who is trained to keep you safe and provide you with interesting & relevant information. 

The guide also carries a first aid kit for your safety.

*Note: If you want an electric bike this is an additional cost and you must select it at time of booking. 


What to wear and bring

We are riding bikes so please wear appropriate clothing including enclosed shoes.

You need to bring your own weather protection clothing and sunscreen.

You also need to bring a full water bottle.

Some money as there will be a cafe stop…and bike riders love their coffee stops.


Suitable for persons above 155cm.


Toilets

There are public toilets along our route, so just ask the guide if you need to use the ammenities.


Start & finish locations

We meet at Mandurah Visitors Centre (just left of the main entrance), 75 Mandurah Tce, Mandurah, 6210.

Here we get allocated our bikes and helmets.

We finish our tour back at the Mandurah Visitors Centre. 


Covid-19 restrictions

Whilst we are biking outdoors and in small groups we do need to practice safe social distancing at all times on tour. 

  • Duration : 3 Hours (approx.)
From AUD $98.00

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Boab, Bikes & Bees - Wildflower Festival Bike Tour of Kings Park × × × × × × ×
Boab, Bikes & Bees - Wildflower Festival Bike Tour of Kings Park

Boab, Bikes & Bees - Wildflower Festival Bike Tour of Kings Park

Join our award winning company and discover hidden parts of Kings Park on our newly curated, guided bike tour for the Kings Park 2022 Spring Wildflower Festival. Come and reconnect with nature on this upbeat and wonderfully engaging tour.

Come and join our award winning company (Silver, WA Tourism Best New Business 2021) on the newly curated, guided bike tour during the Spring 2022 Kings Park Wildflower Festival. 

This fun, upbeat and wonderfully engaging tour takes you into the beating heart of Perth’s iconic Kings Park where our passionate and experienced guides share some of the areas historical, cultural, geographical and horticultural secrets with you.

The newly curated Boab, Bikes & Bees Bike Tour captures all of the compelling, informative and fun elements of our highly successful previous years whilst taking you on a new route and direction through the wildflower hot spots of Kings Park. 

Our modern, easy to ride, comfortable tour bikes will take you along a specially chosen route of remote paths into the more difficult to reach areas of the Kings Park bushland that few visitors and locals see. 

The visual smorgasbord of everlastings, wildflower groves and flowering native orchids are tempered with tree lined avenues dedicated to our fallen soldiers and views of the city skyline. 

Our small group guided tours and energetic narrative are all about actively connecting you with nature rather than strenuous exercise and so cater for a wide range of ages and skill levels. 

We aim to leave you energised and with a strong sense of accomplishment.

Ride rating: 

Whilst the route has been carefully curated it is a little more challenging than the Pedals & Petals Bike Tour. 

We will be riding some uphill sections but do stop regularly for breaks and discussions. 

You should be prepared to exercise with some periods of increased heart rate. Feel free to dismount and walk your bike up a hill if you need to or want to. 

As a reference this tour would be suitable for those that are active or ride a couple of times a month. 

Duration & distance 
We ride for approximately 7km over a 2 hour period which includes multiple stops for photos & discussions.


Who is the tour suitable for:

Persons above 155cm.

This tour is particularly good, but not limited to those who have been on our Wildflower tours in previous years. 

What is included
Super comfortable, near new, well maintained, step through tourer bike with fat tyres & plush seat.

Helmet. 

Reference sheet of the wildflowers we expect to see.

You will also have a knowledgeable guide who is trained to keep you safe and provide you with interesting & relevant information. 

The guide also carries a first aid kit for your safety.

What to wear and bring 
We are riding bikes for two hours so please wear appropriate clothing including enclosed shoes.
You need to bring your own weather protection clothing and sunscreen.
You also need to bring a full water bottle.

Toilets
There are public toilets along our route so just ask the guide if you need to use the amenities.

Start & finish location
We start our tour at Kings Park's main carpark, the Wadjuk Carpark, near the entrance to Aspects of Kings Park Gallery Shop. Look for the GoGo Active Tours A-frame sign or ask at the Visitor Information Centre.

Covid-19 restrictions

Whilst we are biking outdoors and in small groups we do need to practice safe, social distancing at all times on tour.

  • Duration : 2 Hours (approx.)
From AUD $65.00

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Pedals & Petals - Wildflower Festival Bike Tour Kings Park

Pedals & Petals - Wildflower Festival Bike Tour Kings Park

Join our award winning company and discover Kings Park’s wildflower hotspots on one of our guided bike tours during the Kings Park 2022 Spring Wildflower Festival. Come and reconnect with nature on this upbeat and wonderfully engaging tour.

Tour overview

Come and join our award winning company (Silver, WA Tourism Best New Business 2021) on a guided bike tour during the Spring 2022 Kings Park Wildflower Festival. 

This fun, upbeat and wonderfully engaging tour takes you into the beating heart of Perth’s iconic Kings Park where our passionate and experienced guides share some of the areas historical, cultural, geographical and horticultural secrets with you.

We will take you into Kings Park’s bushland areas and explore wildflower hotspots that few visitors and locals see. We ride along a specially chosen route that has been carefully curated to ensure we avoid major hills, keeping the route as flat and enjoyable as possible.

We travel along remote paths and difficult to reach areas of the Kings Park bushland where you will see everlastings, wild flower groves, tree lined avenues dedicated to our fallen soldiers and views of the city skyline, all from the comfort of your easy to ride touring bike. 

Our small group guided tours and energetic narrative are all about actively connecting you with nature rather than strenuous exercise and so cater for a wide range of ages and skill levels. 

We aim to leave you energised and with a strong sense of accomplishment.


Ride rating

Whilst the route has been carefully curated to minimise hills there is some uphill riding. We do stop regularly for breaks, discussions and photo opportunities. You should be prepared to exercise with some periods of increased heart rate. Feel free to dismount and walk your bike up a hill if you need to or want to. 

As a reference this tour would be suitable for those who are active or ride a couple of times a month.


Duration & distance 

We ride for approximately 7km over a 2 hour period which includes multiple stops for photos & discussions.


Who is the tour suitable for

Persons above 155cm


Repeat customers 

For those who have been on our Wildflower Festival Kings Park Bike tours in previous years, this is a similar route. If you want a completely different route and experience, try our Boab, Bikes & Bees Bike Tour which is new in 2022.


What is included

Super comfortable, near new, well maintained, step through tourer bike with fat tyres & plush seat.

Helmet. 

Reference sheet of the wildflowers we anticipate seeing.

You will also have a knowledgeable guide who is trained to keep you safe and provide you with interesting & relevant information. 

The guide also carries a first aid kit for your safety.


What to wear and bring

We are riding bikes for two hours so please wear appropriate clothing including enclosed shoes.

You need to bring your own weather protection clothing and sunscreen.

You also need to bring a full water bottle.


Toilets

There are public toilets along our route, so just ask the guide if you need to use the ammenities.


Start and finish locations

We start our tour at Kings Park's main carpark Wadjuk Carpark, near the entrance to Aspects of Kings Park Gallery Shop. Look for our a-frame sign or ask at the Visitor Information Centre.


Covid-19 restrictions

Whilst we are biking outdoors and in small groups we do need to practice safe social distancing at all times on tour. 

  • Duration : 2 Hours (approx.)
From AUD $65.00

Enter Number of Participants *

Choose a Time *