One of the best ways to explore Bundaberg is on two wheels, wind rushing through your hair under the bright blue sky. There’s lots of things to see on a ride. Better yet, you get to experience it all at your own pace.
There are also some great cycle tours to take. Even if you don’t ride often you can take a tour through some gentle and beautiful areas on a range of mountain bikes, tandem bikes and road bikes.
There’s something for everyone. For families who prefer gentle concreted paths to beginner mountain bikers looking for an off-road challenge and adrenaline seeking single track riders.
Ride through the picturesque landscape of rolling hills, charming seaside villages, spectacular coastal views and breathe deeply of that crisp and fresh coastal air.
You have lots of options on a ride through tropical Bundaberg, let your interests guide you. You could plan a trip to see some of the local produce being made or you could stop by all the local art galleries and places of interest. You could take a coastal route, or plan a gentle ride through the laid back hills. You could also explore the city itself.
Make sure you plan to stop off for a casual meal at one of the fantastic hip café’s where the coffee is sublime, or plan to end your trip at one of the fine dining establishments scattered throughout the region.
There’s great local bike hire operators to provide a set of wheels, so it doesn’t matter if you didn’t bring your bike. Try Bundaberg Super Cycles at 4 Power Street for bike hire.
There are many routes to take, you can get some group rides out to Wide Bay and other tours will take you on the back roads with little traffic and great scenery on your way from point of interest to attraction to relaxing stop.
You could also explore the Turtle Trail, a cycling path that links Kelly’s Beach Bargara to Burnett Heads Harbour, all just a short drive east from Bundaberg and offering great views the whole way.
For the adventurous there are some great single track mountain bike trails and challenges to be had in Pine Creek near Bundaberg itself.
Cycling is one of the best things to do in Bundaberg, you’ll be amazed at what you’ll see and it’s a highly recommended but not obvious attraction for visitors of the region.