Get ready for an exhilarating day out in one of Melbourne’s true hidden gems - The You Yang’s Regional Park, which is home to some world class mountain biking trails only 45 minutes from Melbourne!
Reach the starting point of activity, which is the Regent Theater at around 10 AM where you will meet your guide and other cycle-mates. Gear up and listen to the safety instructions carefully before embarking on the adventurous tour.
During your cycling tour explore some authentic Aussie bush with a wide diversity of scenic terrain. Ride through eucalyptus and pine plantations, spectacular rocky granite outcrops, and witness many Australian animals, which include Koalas, Kangaroos, Kookaburras and the famous Echidna.
After the mornings pedal, take a lunch break and enjoy a well-deserved rest. Following lunch, we take your new confidence and upgraded skill-set to the adventurous trails on the east-side of the You Yang’s where we enjoy more challenging terrain and some exhilarating flowing descents.
End your tour in the evening at around 4.30 PM with lots of memories.
Start the day bright and early with a 7:30 am departure from Melbourne CBD where make a 2-hour journey to the township of Forrest.
Known as one of the best single trail mountain bike networks in Victoria, spend 2 hours riding the Yaugher trails through the Otway Ranges bushland. With small features scattered over the trails you will be in for an absolute hoot of a time!
After the morning of riding enjoy lunch before making the short drive to the township of Forrest. Taste the local brews at the Forrest Brewery or some of the delicious hand made treats.
From here make the short drive to the coast and join the Great Ocean Road just outside the town of Apollo Bay where you will begin to wind your way back towards Melbourne.
Stop off for some quality beach time at one of the popular surf beaches, spot koalas in the wild and take in the magnificent views not gained on regular tours of what is known as one of the most scenic drives in the world.
Conclude your tour at around 6.30 PM with lots of memories.