Brisbane Trike Tours

South Brisbane, Brisbane Area

Brisbane Trike Tours offers an exciting, fun and unique way of seeing the real Brisbane as only locals know it. The choices are yours: a quick spin around town showing off the beautiful heritage buildings, or a longer tour to the World Heritage rainforests to the South, the spectacular Scenic Rim mountains to the West or the breathtaking mountain roads with ocean views to the North. Tours even extend to iconic Byron Bay along the tree-lined winding roads of the Northern New South Wales hinterland.

The riders are motorcyclists with decades of experience, a clean driving record, and are accredited, police checked and carry all necessary insurances. Helmets, jackets and gloves are supplied. Packaged tours are on offer, or can be designed just for you. Surprise rides for special occasions are a speciality as are events such as fundraising, photo opportunities, weddings, formals and corporate events.

The vehicle is a state of the art, fully imported Boom Mustang Thunderbird trike, kept in immaculate condition and regularly serviced and safety-checked for your comfort and safety. Riding on 'The Bling Queen' (as the Boom Trike is called) is a never to be forgotten experience you will cherish for many years to come.

Our Tours

Bay Breeze

See a part of living in Brisbane few tourists see. This is a leisurely longer tour through Brisbane's bayside suburbs visiting Redland Bay, Victoria Point, Cleveland Point and cruising along the water's edge through the bayside suburbs of Wynnum and Manly with time to stop for good old fashioned fish and chips by the bay if you wish. Brisbane's Moreton Bay is home to many islands and islets and the drive encompasses early bayside suburban dwellings, heritage sites along the foreshores, protected mangrove growth areas and a mountain drive with surprisingly extensive views.

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$425 $500

Choice of either a slow-paced progression along the Old Pacific Highway which runs parallel to the new motorway, or the faster-paced ride along the Pacific Motorway itself before turning towards the mountains at Oxenford to wind your way up to lovely cool Tamborine Mountain, taking in the beautiful fresh air and views of waterfalls, ferns and towering gum-trees, listen to the tinkling sound of the Tamborine Mountain bellbirds. Arrive in style at Tamborine Mountain's boutique and gallery walk precinct full of interesting art, books, jewellery, antiques and cafes. Other places of interest in the area include wineries, boutique brewery, cheese factory, gardens, Rainforest Skywalk, O'Reilly's Rainforest Retreat, Thunderbird Park.

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$625 $700

Take a spin and be seen riding in style around Brisbane's Central Business District's major streets. See heritage buildings such as Customs House, Parliament House, Tower Mill and the earliest existing building from Brisbane's convict past, the Commissariat Store.

Touring on the trike provides a wonderful open air perspective to view the buildings and hear the sounds of the city (lots of people will be waving to you too!). Then its through the Ivory Street tunnel and over Brisbane's iconic Story Bridge to see Brisbane from the vantage point of the Kangaroo Point cliffs across the river.

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$125 $150

Beautiful tour taking in mountains and the sea - Gold Coast hinterland and the Old Pacific Highway through the Burringbar Ranges before arriving at world-renowned Byron Bay, visiting the famous lighthouse at the easternmost point of the Australian mainland. Plenty of time for shopping and lunch and maybe even a swim!

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$725 $800

This tour takes in Brisbane Central Business District's major streets featuring heritage buildings such as Customs House, Parliament House, Tower Mill and the old Commissariat Store. See the building where Douglas Macarthur had his office in World War Two and the nearby General Post Office, formerly the site of the old Female Factory (prison) during Brisbane's convict days.

You'll then leave the Central Business District and travel up the steep climb to Spring Hill and nearby Petrie Terrace and Paddington to see some of the earlier homes, before touring through the beautiful gardens of the Roma Street Parklands on the site of the old railway yards. The tour continues to South Brisbane to view the old dry dock at the Maritime Museum before taking in the view of Brisbane from the Kangaroo Point cliffs and returning to the Central Business District via the Story Bridge.

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$175 $200

This tour encompasses much of the 'City Sights By Day' and 'Heritage Brisbane' tours, but then continues out of the Central Business District along Coronation Drive beside the Brisbane River to Mt Coot-tha lookout, taking time out for viewing and taking photos, and returning through some of Brisbane's quintessential inner city suburbs featuring super steep streets and iconic Queenslander homes on stilts clinging precariously to equally steep blocks of land where just driving to and from home is akin to a roller-coaster ride! Now from the perspective of a trike, that's something to write home about.

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$225 $275

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D'Aguilar National Park

The Gap, Brisbane Area
Free Entry
Discover remote gorges, sheltered pockets of subtropical rainforest, expanses of eucalypt woodland and spectacular views to Moreton Bay, all within an hour and a half's drive of Brisbane. D'Aguilar National Park (formerly Brisbane Forest Park) protects the D'Aguilar Range’s vast bushland area.

Eagle Farm

Eagle Farm, Brisbane Area
The Brisbane suburb of Eagle Farm is synonymous with horse racing due to the nearby location of the Eagle Farm and Doomben racetracks. During the winter racing season Eagle Farm comes alive with colourfully attired race-goers and jockeys along with frisky race horses and their nervous trainers.

Lake Koombooloomba

Brisbane City,
Free Entry
Kareeya power station was commissioned in 1999, and was developed in line with principles of environmentally sustainable development. Its location at Lake Koombooloomba in Far North Queensland's Wet Tropics World Heritage Area finally put into use infrastructure established when the dam was constructed in 1960.

Boondall Wetlands Reserve

Boondall, Brisbane Area
Free Entry
Boondall Wetlands lies on the edge of Moreton Bay between Nudgee Beach, Boondall and Shorncliffe and includes more than 1,000 hectares of tidal flats, mangroves, saltmarshes, melaleuca wetlands, grasslands, open forests and woodlands.

Walkabout Creek Discovery Centre, D'Aguilar National Park

The Gap, Brisbane Area
From AU$7.45 - 18.85
Walkabout Creek Discovery Centre features an Information Centre, a Wildlife Centre and a wedding/conference centre and cafe. There is also the opportunity to go swimming or kayaking in Enoggera Reservoir, enjoy a short bushwalk, or go mountain bike riding on the dedicated skills course.

Kelvin Grove

Kelvin Grove, Brisbane Area
Get Creatively Unleashed at Kelvin Grove. Kelvin Grove is no ordinary university village. Communiversity as it is known, is home to the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) Creative Industries department and integrates live performance spaces, business, enterprise and research capabilities with the student culture and the energy and vibe they bring to the area.

Hamilton

Hamilton, Brisbane Area
Towards the river, Portside Wharf sits among trendy riverside apartments, boasting modern, world-class restaurants, designer fashion, an art-house Dendy cinema and cruise terminal. Northshore Hamilton is also home to the Eat Street Markets, an Asian-styled street market where delicious offerings of international food are dished out from pop-up shipping container kitchens amid fairy lights and relaxing lounge areas as live performers and musicians add life and colour to the scene.

Brisbane City

Brisbane City, Brisbane Area
From Queensland's largest selection of fashion and award-winning food and drink, to countless entertainment options, The City truly offers a discovery in every direction ... You know you've arrived in Brisbane when you catch a glimpse of the iconic Story Bridge as a CityCat glides underneath, creating glistening ripples in the winding Brisbane River.

Manly Harbour Village

Manly, Brisbane Area
Free Entry
Manly Harbour Village is the nearest point from the Brisbane Central Business District to access Moreton Bay and included in the Southern Moreton Bay Tourist Drive. Nestled beside the Manly Boat Harbour, it is Brisbane's gateway to the Moreton Bay Marine Park with its pristine waterways and fascinating islands.

Brisbane Region

Brisbane, Brisbane Area
Brisbane's enticing energy sets the scene for the dynamic landscapes that surround the city in every direction. Whether you're heading out of town for country markets, events, and world-class exhibitions or lush green spaces, idyllic islands and natural wonders, you'll find a wide range of unique attractions whichever way you choose to roam.
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