If your idea of relaxation is hopping on a bike for a two-wheeled adventure, why not take it with you on your next holiday?
You’ll find cycle trails near many of our holiday parks. From easy routes the whole family will enjoy to thrilling mountain bike adventures, these trails are the perfect excuse to get outdoors, get active and have some fun.
Here are some of our favourite bike trails in New South Wales, Queensland and Victoria.
Byron Bay Lighthouse circuit
Distance: 13km Style: Road riding Difficulty: Medium.
It’s just a half-hour ride each way from our park to the iconic lighthouse that marks the most easterly point on mainland Australia. While not too extreme, the road is hilly so expect a bit of a climb and be rewarded with amazing views of both Tallow Beach and Main Beach.
Tomaree National Park, Port Stephens
Distance: Varies Style: Off-road Difficulty: Medium
Saddle up and hit the network of trails in Tomaree National Park, a short bike ride from our parks. Take your pick from a range of coastal paths or forest trails for your off-road adventure.
Broulee to Mossy Point circuit
Distance: 6km Style: Road and shared path Difficulty: Easy
A relatively flat 10-minute ride takes you to the lookout at Mossy Point, so the whole family will love this one. Take in the views then stop for refreshments before heading back. If there’s still energy left in your legs, cycle south to Bengello Beach keeping your eyes peeled for local wildlife.
Stay: Ingenia Holidays Broulee
Urangan Bikeway, Hervey Bay
Distance: 17km Style: Road riding Difficulty: Easy
A 3-minute cycle ride from our park you’ll hit the Esplanade, which stretches from Urangan all the way to Point Vernon. Soak up fabulous sea views and maybe even spot a whale or two as you cruise along the foreshore on this easy bike ride.
Wooroi Trails, Sunshine Coast
Distance: Varies Style: Off-road Difficulty: Easy to challenging
One for the mountain bikers, the Wooroi Trail network is just a 4-minute ride from our park. Enter via the day use area and discover eleven well-maintained, forest trails. Trails vary in length and difficulty, with ‘Glider’ and ‘Secrets’ ideal for beginners, while ‘Trailblazer’ and ‘Milkmaid’ will get more experienced riders’ heart pumping.
Stay: Ingenia Holidays Noosa
Bass Coast Rail Trail, Gippsland
Distance: 17km (one-way) Style: Trail riding Difficulty: Easy
Running from Wonthaggi to Anderson, follow the path of an old railway line as it takes you through scenic Gippsland farmland and along the coast. It is easily accessed from three of our parks and has a number of entry points if don’t want to tackle the whole distance in one day.
Queenscliff to Barwon Heads Loop, Bellarine Peninsula
Distance: 32km Style: Road riding Difficulty: easy
For those that prefer some simple road riding, cycle through the Lonsdale Lakes Wildlife Reserve to Ocean Grove Beach, then follow the coast road along the spit and cross the bridge to Barwon Heads before making your way to the bluff. It’s around an hour each way with fantastic sea views for most of your journey.
Eager to hop on the saddle? Start planning your next holiday today!