So, what’s it like on a Mulga Bicycle Tour?

Most days on a Mulga cycling tour start after 9am, so you can fit in a leisurely breakfast or a sleep-in, as well as make the most of your accommodation’s facilities.

Gearing up to go

We’ll gather the tour group together (maximum 15 cyclists) and discuss the day’s itinerary before we set off.

At Mulga we’re all about the journey, so we always stop along the way to refuel or take a rest. So when you cruise past that stunning lookout, or cycle by a historical site, you’re welcome to put on the brakes for a photo or two.

And you’ll never be alone; one of our tour guides will cycle with you if the support vehicle can’t follow closely.

Eat your heart out

There’s always great food on a Mulga tour, and plenty of it.

As much as possible we take advantage of seasonal local produce and have plenty of snacks and fresh fruit during each day’s tour. We’re also happy to accommodate special dietary requirements.

Take a breather

We’ll reach our accommodation each afternoon with time to unwind, explore or socialise before an evening meal of great food and lively conversation.

As much as possible, we try to ensure dinners are not limited to set menus so you can choose what you’d like to eat. After our meal we’ll head back to our accommodation for a well-earned rest before regrouping the next day.

A cycling holiday with Mulga Bicycle Tours is a unique way to see Australia. Find out what makes us different, and start planning your next biking tour today.