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Wildflower Festival Bike Tour Kings Park

Join us on a guided bike tour to explore Kings Park and the Botanic Garden during the annual Kings Park Festival in September 2021 when thousands of native wildflowers are in full bloom. We will take you to bushland areas that few visitors and locals see as we ride along a specially chosen route to view wild flower hot spots. The route has been carefully curated to ensure we avoid major hills and keep 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 and 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.

The tour is designed to be taken at a slow pace and get you out to see different parts of Kings Park that you might otherwise never see all while enjoying the fabulous display of spring wildflowers.
Ride Rating – EASY

This tour involves some hills and you need to be able to exercise with some periods of increased heartrate.
At any time you can dismount and walk your bike up the hill if you want to.
As a reference you could do this tour if you rode a few times a year and are an active person.

Approximately 7 km ride over 2 hours. The tour includes many stops.
What is included?
Your beautiful blue bike with fat tyres and helmet are included in the tour price. You will also have a knowledgeable guide who is trained to keep you safe and provide interesting information. The guide also carries a first aid kit for your safety. What to wear and bring!
You need to bring your own weather protection clothing and sunscreen Bring a full water bottle
Toilets
There are public toilets along our route, so just ask the guide if you need to use the "loo".
Starting and finishing Point
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.
Minimum age is 12 years and above.

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From AU$55.00

Evening City Lights bike tour with a complimentary wine

On this very gentle ride that is all on flat cycle paths you will have the chance to explore Perth's iconic foreshore.
Pop across on the South Perth ferry after work. We start our tour on the South Perth foreshore heading towards the causeway. Along the way we stop to explore some hidden wetlands and learn about a few of Perth historical locations. We continue and cross the new 91.5 million US dollar Matagarup bridge in front of the photogenic Optus stadium.
A quick photo stop in Claisebrook cove before returning via the causeway to South Perth. We watch the sunset over beautiful Perth skyline with a complimentary wine, beer, soft drink and some nibbles.


There is an option to bring your own bike and join the fun. Of course we reduce the price. See this option in the booking widget.



Ride Rating – EASY


The tour is on very flat cycle paths and we stop for photos and to enjoy the experience. You just need basic fitness to allow about 60 minutes of light exercise. As a reference you could do this tour if can ride a bike and are an active person.
Approximately 12km Ride



What is included?
Your beautiful blue bike with fat tyres and helmet are included in the tour price. Also
you will have a knowledgeable guide with you who is trained to keep you safe
and show and provide you interesting information. The guide also carries a
first aid kit for your safety.
Complementary beer, wine and soft drink is included in the package with a range of nuts, chips, assorted snacks.


What to wear and bring!

You need to bring your own weather protection clothing and sunscreen Bring a full water bottle



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


Starting and finishing Point
We meet at a cycle store in South Perth were the bikes are ready and setup to go.
The address is South Perth Cycles, Mends Street Arcade, 21
Mends Street, South Perth.

Restrictions

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From AU$65.00

Boab, Bikes & Bees - Discovering Wildflowers Bike Tour Kings Park

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.

Restrictions

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From AU$69.00

Pedals & Petals - Discovering Wildflowers Bike Tour Kings Park

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.

Restrictions

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From AU$85.00

Perth Bike Tour - Majestic Foreshores and East Perth Loop

On this very gentle ride that is all on flat cycle paths you will have
the chance to explore Perth's iconic foreshore.

We start our tour on the South Perth foreshore heading towards the causeway. Along the way
we stop to explore some hidden wetlands, learn about historical locations and observe
some incredible bird life. We continue and cross the new 91.5 million US dollar
Matagarup bridge in front of the photogenic Optus stadium.

We break and enjoy the views with a cafe stop in Claisebrook cove before taking time to
discover a significant location for the local Noongar people of the area.

Heading back via the Bell tower and Elizabeth Quay your guide shows you some of Perth's more
modern and happening locations.

We finish our tour with a gentle ride back to South Perth foreshore where we started via the Narrows bridge.

Ride Rating – EASY


The tour is on very flat cycle paths and we stop
often for photos and to enjoy the experience. You just need basic fitness to
allow about 60 minutes of light exercise. As a reference you could do this tour
if can ride a bike and are an active person.
Approximately 16km Ride



What is included?
Your beautiful blue bike with fat tyres and helmet are included in the tour price. Also
you will have a knowledgeable guide with you who is trained to keep you safe
and show and provide you interesting information. The guide also carries a
first aid kit for your safety.


What to wear and bring!

You need to bring your own weather protection clothing and sunscreen Bring a full water bottle Some money as you will have a café stop opportunity… 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
"loo".


Starting and finishing Point
We meet at a cycle store in South Perth as it is warm in
winter and cool in summer while we get organised. Our bikes are kept close by.
The address is South Perth Cycles, Mends Street Arcade, 21
Mends Street, South Perth.

Restrictions

  • people Group Size: From 1

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From AU$85.00

Perth Bike Tour: Beautiful Kings Park and Matilda Bay Bike Tour

We start our tour on the South Perth foreshore heading towards the narrows bridge were your guide shows you the oldest surviving colonial structures, one of Perth's first swimming areas, the famous Blue Boat House and the incredible Matilda Bay parkland situated next to the University of WA.

Learn a little about the first Australian who lived in the area and the first explorers from European nations that settled the Swan River Colony.
We continue and explore Kings Park as we traverse this incredible parkland. We will take you to bushland that few visitors see as we ride along the tree lined avenues dedicated to our fallen soldiers. Arriving at the main precinct area over looking Perth we stop for a well earned break and explore on foot this part of the park. We have a cafe break and allow you plenty of time to take incredible photos. Your guide will relay how the park evolved, show you all the best places to visit including the botanic gardens and boab tree. At different times of the year Kings Park shows us a range of flowering plants and wildflowers many unique to Western Australia.
Back on our bikes we head back via a network of scenic paths through the beautiful John Oldham Park to finish our day at the South Perth Foreshore and our start point.

Ride Rating – MEDIUM
This tour involves some hills and you need to be able to exercise with some periods of
increased heartbeat. At all times you can dismount and walk your bike up the hill if you want to. As a reference you could do this tour if you rode a few times a year and are an active person.

Approximately 16km Ride
What is included?
Your beautiful blue bike with fat tyres and helmet are included in the tour price. Also
you will have a knowledgeable guide with you who is trained to keep you safe
and show and provide you interesting information. The guide also carries a
first aid kit for your safety.
What to wear and
bring! You need to bring your own weather protection clothing and sunscreen Bring a full water bottle Some money as we will have a café stop opportunity… 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 "loo".
Starting and finishing Point
We meet at a cycle store in South Perth as it is warm in winter and cool in summer while we get organised. Our bikes are kept close by.
The address is South Perth Cycles, Mends Street Arcade, 21 Mends Street, South Perth.

Restrictions

  • people Group Size: From 1

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From AU$98.00

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

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.

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From AU$200.00

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

Craft brewing has exploded over the last few years in Perth, with a number of new hot spots opening up along the Swan River, each offering a variety of options for beer lovers. On this Bike and Brew guided bike tour enjoy the magnificent views along Perth’s river foreshores plus visit some of these wonderful craft breweries.
We start our tour on the South Perth foreshore heading towards the causeway. Our first brewery stop and tasting is Blasta Brewing Co. This large and impress micro brewery has an urban feel with a beautiful beer garden. The beers change regularly but are imaginative and delicious. Names like Rampant Raspberry, Tangerine Dreams and Grimster Pale Ale make your mouth water and they do live up to their reputation.
We enjoy a paddle here and taste several different beers or ciders. Otherwise you can order a soft drink if you wish.
Back on our bike we journey past "The Camfield", Australia's largest pub which can boast about its large microbrewery on site,175 beer taps, 4 great sitting areas all in a magnificent setting. We do not taste any beers here.
We then continue and cross the new Matagarup bridge in front of the photogenic Optus stadium.
We ride through Claisebrook Cove and weave our way into East Perth to find one of Perth's newest microbreweries "The Bright Tank". With a great and fresh range of beers it is a fun half way stop with another tasting paddle to explore. Here we select a interesting range of beers, ales or ciders for your paddle. Before jumping back on our bikes select a 2 cans each from their normal range to enjoy when you get back home.
## Please note that we intend to visit these Breweries but at times these venues are booked out or closed. As such we will have an alternate plan.##
We then head back via the causeway before finishing the tour at our start point. After the tour finishes you can walk across the road to the newly refurbished Windsor Hotel where Ogdens Brewery is providing freshly brewed, delicious craft beers’ made on-premise. (There are no tastings provided here).
So don't feel guilty about a few small beers, we will work the calories off during the ride.

Ride Rating – EASY


The Bike and Brew Tour is great fun for 18 years and above, and 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 Perth.
Approximately 18km Ride


What is included?
At Blasta Brewery a tasting paddle of beers-ciders or a soft drink.
At The Bright Tank a tasting paddle of beers-ciders or a soft drink.
Light snacks like hots chips may also be provided depending on the venues ability to serve.
4 cans per booking to take home (these cannot be drunk while on tour)
Your beautiful blue bike with fat tyres and helmet are included in the tour price. Also you will have a knowledgeable guide with you who is trained to keep you safe and show and provide you interesting information. The guide also carries a first aid kit for your safety.
Note: There is no additional alcohol or food provided free on the tour. All extras are purchased by yourself but no further alcohol can be consumed on tour.

What to wear and bring!

You need to bring your own weather protection clothing and sunscreen Bring a full water bottle Money for your beers and a snack should you want extra.


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

Starting and finishing Point
We meet at South Perth Cycles, Mends Street Arcade, 21 Mends Street, South Perth.

Restrictions

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