Mulga Bicycle Tours

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Mulga Bicycle Tours has scheduled their Australian bike tours throughout the year to fit with the seasons and the best times to tour.

Their fully supported bicycle tour across Cape York is their longest tour and provides guests with the outback experience of a lifetime. Start by the sea and traverse rainforest, mountains, and savannah as you cross Cape York, arriving in the Gulf of Carpentaria to watch the sun set behind the sea.

Mulga Bicycle Tours organises and carries everything. All you have to do is ride!

You won’t ‘rough it’ on a Mulga Bicycle Tour. Each day you’ll eat well and sleep in the best available accommodation. On the bike, too, you’ll have a bit of luxury, with a fully-stocked support vehicle following every day, you’ll have the comfort of knowing that all your food, luggage, first aid equipment, and other necessities are right behind you whenever you need them.

Small groups and personal attention, best available accommodation, leisurely breakfasts and relaxed starts, cycle as much or as little as you please, use your bicycle or hire theirs.

You can find more information on the Mulga Bicycle Tours website.

Our tours

Cairns to Karumba across Cape York Bicycle Tour

11 Days / 11 Nights
Average Daily Distance: Ranges from 53 kilometres to 94 kilometres per day with two rest days.
Departs: Cairns, Queensland, 3 July 2018 and 25 July 2018
Overnight stays in: Yungaburra, Ravenshoe, Undara, Mt Surprise, Georgetown, Croydon, Normanton, Karumba

This is a memorable bicycle tour through an incredibly diverse range of landscapes, starting on the beautiful tropical coast, then taking in rainforest, savannah, and rivers as you cross Australia’s iconic Cape York. This multi day bike tour provides a once-in-a-lifetime chance to accomplish something most people only dream of, with each leg carefully planned to be achievable for the average cyclist. Escape to the bush and experience the outback first-hand: fresh air, endless blue skies, and rainbow sunsets.

Visit Queensland’s highest town, explore the incredible lava tubes at Undara, enjoy the sensation of having the outback all to yourself, ride the famous Gulflander train, taste delicious fresh seafood from the Gulf of Carpentaria.

You can find more information on the Mulga Bicycle Tours website.

Indicative rates

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$4800.00 $5355.00

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