Brisbane By Bicycle

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Brisbane By Bicycle offers daily bicycle tours of Brisbane. Join them on a fun, easy paced bike tour and and discover Brisbane.

Their tours are designed around ensuring that your stay in Brisbane reflects the authentic local experience. Recommendations about cheap eats, things to do in Brisbane, best place for a drink, free entertainment options and things to do during your time here are an important aspect to their tours. They are also happy to help with recommendations for Brisbane's best tourist attractions. Their standard tour finishes at a funky inner city bar where all riders receive a complimentary beer or soft drink!

Whether you are in Brisbane for one day, one-week or looking to move here permanently, a Brisbane by Bicycle tour is by far the most authentic and fun introduction and orientation to everything Brisbane has to offer.

Standard tour includes: bicycle and helmet, halfway picnic in one of Brisbane's most beautiful parks, plenty of stops for photos and breaks, water and healthy snack foods provided, This is a fun, easy paced tour suitable for everyone.

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Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.

Our Tours

Brisbane By Bicycle Tour

Utilising the dedicated cycle paths alongside the beautiful Brisbane river, you will visit the historic Kangaroo Point, and continue over the iconic Story Bridge to the charming suburb of New Farm. Travel down historic tree-lined streets and into New Farm Park, a gorgeous park with riverside picnic spots, cycling paths and playgrounds. The tour will stop here for a morning tea picnic enjoying Australian snacks and drinks while overlooking the river. Take this opportunity to get to know others on the tour as well as to ask your guide for more interesting facts about Brisbane.

Afterwards, head over to Teneriffe to see heritage sites, many of which are being revitalised thanks to recent urban renewal initiatives. Gradually wind your way back along the waterfront near downtown, where some of Brisbane's finest riverfront restaurants are located. Pedal through the City Botanic Gardens, which boasts outdoor sculptures along with an impressive collection of native and exotic plants before returning to Southbank Parklands at 1pm.

Indicative rates

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$99 $99
Essential Brisbane

Want to see all Brisbane has to offer but have limited time? Then Essential Brisbane is perfectly made for you.

The tour will start from South Bank Parklands to the historic Kangaroo Point, and continue over the iconic Story Bridge to the charming suburb of New Farm. Ride down tree-lined streets and into New Farm Park, a gorgeous park with riverside picnic spots, cycling paths and playgrounds.

Afterward, head over to Teneriffe to see heritage sites, many of which are being revitalised thanks to recent urban renewal initiatives. Gradually wind your way back along the waterfront near downtown, where some of Brisbane's finest riverfront restaurants are located.

Pedal through the City Botanic Gardens, which boasts outdoor sculptures along with an impressive collection of native and exotic plants. Your tour wraps up at the Brisbane Wheel.

Your tour concludes when you return to the starting point in South Bank Parklands. Total biking distance may vary depending on the riding skills and interests of your tour group; your guide may adjust your biking route to suit all participants.

Indicative rates

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$69 $69
Twilight Tour

Operating in summer months only, this tour is the same as the Essential Brisbane tour but is held in the evening as the sun sets over Brisbane. It is a beautiful time of day for a bike ride as the heat of the summer day disappears.

This tour offers fantastic views of Brisbane as the city lights gradually start to take effect. There are many scheduled stops to learn some fun facts about Brisbane and take some fantastic and fun photos of the city.

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$69 $69
Eat Street Markets Tour

Set on an old disused container wharf, ‘Eat Street Markets’ is a wonderment of the senses. From aromatic international cuisines and boutique beers, to the enchanting sights and sounds of live performers.

Join your friendly local guide as they take a beautiful and leisurely ride around the twists and turns of the Brisbane River to experience Brisbane's best night food markets.

Starting and finishing at Southbank Parklands, this is a unique opportunity and a delightful way to spend a Friday or Saturday evening in Brisbane. The entire route is on bike paths with no cars, and no hills! An ample amount of time (approximately 1 - 1.5 hours) is available for you to explore the markets and
try out the different food, drink and entertainment options.

They return to Southbank Parklands via a comfortable boat cruise along the Brisbane river and witness the city come alive from a unique perspective.

Your entry fee to the markets and river cruise is included in the ticket price. Any additional purchases are at your own expense.

Indicative rates

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$79 $79

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