Cycling Tours & Trails
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The Barossa. Best by Bike.
There is no better way to explore the Barossa’s premium food, wine and rich heritage than by bike.
Its high-quality sealed cycling and walking network extends 40 kilometres from Angaston to Gawler via the three main townships of Nuriootpa, Tanunda and Lyndoch.
The path is ideal for exploring the natural beauty of this magnificent region at your own pace. Travel as little or as much of the path as you like in either direction, enjoying stunning views, attractions and generous Barossa hospitality every step of the way.
Listed below are some helpful links to information about cycling in the Barossa and a selection of cycling trails that traverse the region. Please note that the information listed below is for self-guided cycling. If you would prefer guided cycle tours, please see our information on Bike Tours here. For a list of operators offering bike hire, please see the information below or click here.
Click here to download the Barossa By Bike Brochure in pdf format: Barossa By Bike Brochure
This brochure is also available from the Barossa Visitor Information Centre.
For more information on selected routes traversing the Barossa, please click here:
The Barossa Cycle Hub
The Barossa Cycle Hub is located in Tanunda’s main street alongside the Barossa Visitor Information Centre and is a dedicated cycle precinct offering complementary cycle services outside of traditional retail hours. Facilities include showers, public toilets, bike hire, cycle storage and lock-up, regional cycle and tourism information and bike accessories. The Hub is also available for cycle groups seeking to stage an event start or finish. Contact 08 8563 8444 for information or visit www.barossa.sa.gov.au. The Barossa Cycle Hub is a joint initiative of The Barossa Council and the Tourism Industry Regional Development Fund.