Cycle Tour | Guided | Mornington Peninsula Victoria | Food & Wine Region
Cycle Tour Mornington Peninsula Guided
Our Guided Food and Wine Cycle Tour starts at Arthurs Seat on the Mornington Peninsula in Victoria and takes you on a fantastic route past some of the most idyllic scenery you could ever hope to pedal. Cycling is mostly on dirt paths and mainly downhill.
Begin the day with incredible views from Port Phillip Bay to the city. Enjoy a leisurely cycle, pass vineyards, berry farms and local produce stores. Stop for a relaxed vineyard pizza lunch with a glass of wine, beer or soft drink.
The experience on the Mornington Peninsula is quite intimate and you’ll have time to enjoy leisurely wine tastings with extraordinary views to match. Try local Pinot Noirs and Chardonnays this area has become famous for.
After the wine tastings wrap up a brilliant day driving you back to your vehicle at Arthurs Seat.
The day can be tailored to your ability and preferences. Please wear comfortable clothing and closed toe footwear for cycling up to 20km.
Cost $265 – per person (duration approx 6 hours)
Included: guided tour, bike, helmet, water bottle, visit to cheese factory, morning tea, lunch with one glass of wine, beer or soft drink and visit to 2 Mornington Peninsula wineries.
Drive to Seawinds Gardens Arthurs Seat Mornington Peninsula Victoria OR
For an additional $25 per person VineTours will pick you up and return you to Kananook Train Station (Frankston Line). The train trip is about an hour from Flinders St Station in the centre of Melbourne
City pick up may be available on request – $50 per person with minimum of 2.
“My husband received this cycle and winery tour as a gift for his 40th. We had a great day with Allison cycling around the region sampling cheese, wine, strawberries and cider. We are Melbourne locals and Allison was able to take us to areas we had not ventured before. Allison was a great communicator, calling us to tailor the tour our wants and needs. I would recommend this to anyone who enjoys a leisurely cycle.”