- Cost $4,500 per person
- 8 days / 7 nights walking holiday
- 7 nights’ accommodation
- 8 days of cycling – St Kilda, Frankston, Portsea, Red Hill, Phillip Island, Kilcunda, Inverloch
- All meals including breakfast, lunch & dinner
- Transfers from Melbourne & return
- Transfer luggage to accommodation each day
- Ferry transfer to Phillip Island
- Red Hill Winery Tour including lunch at a winery
- Wine tasting
- Penguins – Underground Viewing
- Cruise – seal rocks Phillip Island
A self-guided 8 day / 7 night cycling holiday, all inclusive – transfer from Melbourne & return, accommodation, meals, Red Hill Winery Day Tour, ferry, Underground Viewing at the Penguins Parade, cruise and luggage transfers.
The Mornington Peninsula – the boot-shaped area of land between Port Phillip Bay and Western Port Bay – has been Melbourne’s summer playground since the 1870s, when paddle steamers ran down to Portsea. Today, much of the interior farming land has been replaced by vineyards and orchards – foodies love the peninsula, where a winery lunch is a real highlight – but it still retains lovely stands of native bushland.
The calm ‘front beaches’ are on the Port Phillip Bay side, where families holiday at bayside towns from Mornington to Sorrento. The rugged ocean ‘back beaches’ face Bass Strait and are easily reached from Portsea, Sorrento and Rye; there are stunning walks along this coastal strip, part of the Mornington Peninsula National Park and beautiful golf courses.
Phillip Island boasts breathtaking beauty with rugged coastlines, idyllic beaches including nationally recognised surfing reserves and native wildlife encounters. With hundreds of kilometres of coastline and more than a quarter of the Island conserved for the environment, Phillip Island’s walking/cycling tracks are a well-kept secret, spoiling nature lovers for choice. In many cases, merely following your nose to any compass point on the Island will lead you to a delightful stroll or a more challenging cycle trip.
From the Gurdies through to Inverloch including San Remo and Phillip Island, Bass Coast offers a feast of natural experiences. Make your way through the rolling green pastures of the hinterland and as you reach the coast, the landscape transforms into rugged beautiful seaside vistas. Follow the majestic cliffs of the Anderson Peninsula near San Remo to Inverloch’s sandy beaches. Travel the Bunurong Coastal Drive enjoying magnificent craggy rock faces, sandy coves and the opportunity to spot a variety of birdlife.
Small groups with a maximum number of 8 people, minimum number of 1 person.
Tours can be anytime of the year. The weather on Phillip Island is best from September to May. Please contact to arrange.