Mulga's multi-day cycling tours provide memorable active holidays with personal service, a commitment to safety and a little touch of luxury. Ideal for all levels of ability and experience, you’ll be pleased you came along for the ride.
The personal touch
At Mulga we’re all about providing personal service to each and every guest. We deliberately travel at a relaxed pace and focus on the journey, not on the clock.
For us, pedalling through stunning landscapes, smelling the air, soaking in the view, meeting the people, and capturing the memories you only get on a bike – and especially on a Mulga tour – are more important than arriving by a particular time or squeezing in as many kilometres as we can.
A bit of luxury
We don’t like to rough it at Mulga. Each day you’ll eat fantastic food 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, there’s the comfort of knowing that all your food, luggage, first aid equipment, and other necessities are right behind you whenever you need them.
The support vehicle is also there any time you want a break from pedalling, so you can cycle as much or as little as you please.
Expert support and small groups
Professionally guided, each Mulga tour has a maximum of 15 guests, so you’re not going to get lost in the crowd. Personal attention is guaranteed.
Mulga tours are run by experienced cycle tourists Denise and Mark Arundel, whose prowess in cycle touring, photography and local history all help make your tour extra special.
Most importantly, all the Mulga tour routes are places Mark and Denise especially enjoy and they can’t wait to share the scenery, wildlife, people and fascinating stories with you.
Safety and security
Your safety is our number one priority. Not only do Mulga Bicycle Tours have decades of bicycle touring experience, there are support vehicles on every tour, and your hosts have first-hand local knowledge of all routes.
Both Mark and Denise are qualified Wilderness First Aid responders, the international standard for outdoor professionals, and carry all the necessary safety communications gear, including UHF radios, Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacons (EPIRB), and satellite phones (if required) on every ride.
So what does this mean for you? It means you can sit back in the saddle, relax and simply enjoy the ride.
Find out more about our upcoming cycling holidays.