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Maximize your time in Adelaide and experience sights that many tourists miss on a 6-hour bike ride between the city and the sea. At a relaxed pace, you’ll cycle to the vibrant Riverside Precinct and visit Henley Beach for morning brunch. Pedal along the River Torrens Linear trail and parallel to the south Australian coastline, a visual feast of white sand beaches. Finally, explore Glenelg town and opt to return to Adelaide by tour bus or on the iconic Glenelg tram. Small-group tour, limited to eight people.
Your tour begins at 111 Franklin Street, where you’ll greet your guide at the tour office located opposite the Adelaide Central Bus Station. Collect your bike and receive a short safety briefing before setting off at a relaxed pace set by your guide.
The first stop is the Riverside Precinct, home to a vibrant mixture of historical buildings and public spaces. Capture photographs of the Festival Centre, Elder Park, and the Adelaide Convention Centre before taking the River Torrens Linear trail towards Henley Beach,
After you glide past wetlands and through an 18th-century cemetery, you’ll arrive at Henley square to revitalize with brunch and ocean air. Absorb gorgeous sea views and keep your eyes peeled for the wild dolphins that occasionally visit the foreshore.
Next, cycle along a dedicated bike path along the coast: beach side houses, sand dunes, and sailing clubs provide picturesque sights during the ride.
Your final stop is the cosmopolitan town of Glenelg, where you’ll have free time to spend relaxing on the beach, discovering the museums, or shopping on the promenade. At the end of your tour, choose to return to Adelaide city center by bus, or to take the iconic Glenelg tramway at a time convenient to you (tram ticket included).
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