Cycle the Bendigo Region
Stunning Goldfields Bicycling Experiences
The Bendigo Region is home to some of the most inspirational riding in Australia. One such example is the Goldfields Track which traverses through 210km of trail through the heart of this beautiful heritage region. This world-class cycling adventure can be ridden over multiple days and has a range of family friendly segments.
The Bendigo Region has a wealth of experiences on offer- both on a bicycle and off. Home to fascinating world-class art galleries, internationally acclaimed wineries, boutique breweries, cideries and wonderful natural produce and restaurants; some of these attractions are best experienced via bike.
Experiencing the sites and sounds of the Bendigo Region is a must-do for Australian and overseas visitors alike. With many exciting trails and tracks for the all categories of riders including family friendly, sightseeing and of course adventure seekers, the Bendigo Region is a must visit.
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Bendigo and Heathcote Rides
Every corner you turn in Bendigo reveals another living treasure, another vivid reminder of the city’s glorious and golden past. Take the time to discover Bendigo’s natural environment and unique heritage by taking a ride along one of the many cycling trails. One of the most popular ways to explore this beautiful region, which is full of exceptional visitor experiences, is via bike.
Castlemaine, Maldon & Surrounds Rides
The Mount Alexander Shire offers a fantastic range of both on road and off road cycling - with a mix of terrain to suit every rider. With quality accommodation and excellent food and wine offerings, set amongst a rich historic backdrop, the region is a rewarding destination for memorable cycling experiences.
Maryborough and Surrounds
Beginners and serious riders alike can travel at their own pace on the many cycling tracks available through the parks, forests and reserves offering spectacular scenery and riding conditions. Cycle Central Goldfields Trails and the Dunolly Cycle Tracks offer a series of signed forest roads and tracks varying in length between 11 to 80 kilometres.
Loddon Valley Rides
Cycle through the pockets and valleys crossing some of the world’s richest alluvial goldfields, discovering untouched villages, forests that open to vast spaces and tree lined rivers and lakes. The country’s first Trailrider (all terrain wheelchair) is available free of charge from the Loddon Visitor Information Centre for use in the Loddon Valley and allows visitors with limited mobility to explore this beautiful environment.