Cycle Tour | Self Guided Bellarine Peninsula Queenscliff Victoria Wine Region

Cycle Tours Bellarine Queenscliff Peninsula - beginning of the bellarine rail trail

Bellarine Peninsula Cycle Tour Self Guided

Enjoy a leisurely morning cycle tour through the beautiful Bellarine Peninsula, passing farms, vineyards and local produce stores.  The cycling is easy and enjoyable riding along the Bellarine Rail Trail. Stop for morning tea at a local winery or cafe.

Vine Tours suggest lunch venues for you either a casual gourmet pizza type lunch or a more formal a la carte style. Alternatively, you can collect gourmet treats from farm gates for a picnic lunch.

Vine Tours Self-Guided option give you the freedom to explore and wander off the beaten track at your own pace.

Maps and a written guide to suggested routes that travel past various gourmet produce stores and vineyards are provided

At the end of your day Vine Tours will pick you up and return you to your vehicle.

Cycle Tours Bellarine Queenscliff Peninsula - enjoying wine tasting
Cycle Tours Bellarine Queenscliff Peninsula - map of the bellarine rail trail

Cost $130- per person (duration approx 6 hours)

Included: bike, helmet, basket, water bottle, maps and a written guide, emergency kit, telephone assistance throughout day if required, pick up and return to your vehicle

Please wear comfortable clothing and closed toe footwear for cycling up to 20km

Getting There

Drive to Queenscliff Railway Station where your ride commences.

For an additional $25 per person Vine Tours will pick you up and return you to Geelong train station (V-Line train). The trip is about an hour from Southern Cross Station in Melbourne. VineTours will pick you up from the station and take you to the starting point about a 30 minute drive.

City pick up may be available on request – $50 per person with minimum of 2.

Cycle Tours Bellarine Queenscliff Peninsula - wine tasting

Trip Advisor

Thanks to Libbie and Vine Tours we had a fantastic day as we cycled along a very safe and pretty trail while admiring the beautiful water views, sights and scenery  not to mention visiting the ‘wonders of the wineries’ along the Bellarine Peninsula. I thought I knew the area quite well but by doing it by bike I saw it from a very different perspective not to mention having plenty of fun along the way. What made it especially good was not having to worry about the planning of the day’s activities – Libbie had it all organised from the minute we arrived and could not have done more to make it a fun one.

Drysdale Historic Railway Station