SELF GUIDED E-BIKE TOUR - PEDAL TO PRODUCE SERIES - OYSTERS, BEER AND COASTAL TRAIL- 4 Hour E-Bike Hire with return transfers
- Duration: 4 Hours (approx.)
- Location: Narooma, NSW
- Product code: SEOFDBN
- 4 HOURS E-BIKE HIRE
- EXCLUSIVE PRIVATE TOUR OF COXON'S OYSTER FARM
- SEAFOOD TASTING PLATTER AND ANY DRINK OF CHOICE AT THE OYSTER FARMERS DAUGHTER OYSTER BAR
- BEER FLIGHT TASTING PADDLE AT BIG NILES BREWERY
- RETURN TRANSFER FROM BIG NILES BREWERY CO. DALMENY
WHO: 12 YEARS AND ABOVE DUE TO HEIGHT RESTRICTIONS MIN 2 PAX MAX 12 PAX
HOW LONG: 4 HOURS
WHEN: DEPARTS 3 DAYS PER WEEK, YEAR ROUND. FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY.
PICK UP FROM ACCOMMODATION AT 10:30AM. DROP OFF APPROX 2:30PM
FITNESS LEVEL: INTERMEDIATE FITNESS LEVEL WITH CYCLING EXPERIENCE ESSENTIAL
INCLUDED: HELMET, BACKPACK, BIKE LOCK, PRE-RIDER BRIEFIING, VEHICLE BACK UP SUPPORT
BRING: CLOSED SHOES, WATER BOTTLE, SUNSCREEN
We will pick you up from your accommodation in Narooma and transfer you to our office where we fit you out with bikes, helmets etc.
Narooma is well known as a producing some of the best oysters in Australia. Your self guided e-bike tour this morning includes a private tour of an oyster farm followed by a tasting showcasing the Coxon's Oysters with different toppings and much more at The Oyster Farmers Daughter Oyster Bar. Learn all about how oysters are grown and what makes the Coxon's Oysters so special.
Leaving here continue back to the Narooma to Dalmeny Coastal Trail. Big Niles is located at the end of the trail. This is a fantastic spot to try different types of handcrafted beers or if you are not a beer drinker try their delicious cocktails. What is even better is that we will then pick you and the bikes up from here.
There is no better way to explore the area around Narooma and to re-connect with nature than by e-bike (electric bike). Immerse yourself in nature with minimal impact by simply cycling through it. Our e-bikes can either be ridden like a normal bike with no assist or adjust the assist to give maximum help. You still have to pedal but the assist helps you to get up hills easily allowing you to enjoy the scenery and ride further. We also have padded gel seats for extra comfort. The e-bikes are so much fun.
One of the most popular trails to ride is the spectacular Narooma to Dalmeny Coastal Trail where you may spot seals, whales and other incredible marine life. There are many more trails around the hinterland of Narooma to suit different fitness levels and time available. Did you know there are trails to Central Tilba, Mystery Bay and around the Wagonga Inlet? The e-bikes make these trails so much easier and are an eco friendly way to see the beautiful scenery.
Southbound Escapes promotes the appreciation and respect of our pristine environment integrated with cultural experiences. Travel by E-bike and Mountain bike help to reduce carbon emissions, increase physical activity and give our customers the ability to explore and be immersed within the South Coasts pristine natural environment. We encourage the use of established bike trails and ask our customers to please be aware of leaving a minimal footprint on the environment. Southbound Escapes donates $1 from every bike hire to Dalmeny Boardrider's Association, a community group that run regular surfing competitions, and promote community involvement and ocean safety for local youths. Southbound Escapes also donates $1 per bike hire to the Narooma Mountain Bike Club to help develop the mountain bike trails around Narooma. There is the option to donate further via the extras tab when doing an online booking.
Ask us about our tours. We operate tours that teach culture, story and history from one of the areas most respected Indigenous Yuin Nation Elders. Explore the tours tab on our website to book. Ask us about our self guided e-bike tour to the Tilba Valley Winery, Dromedary Hotel or Big Niles Brewery in Dalmeny where we can come and pick you and the bikes up so that you can enjoy the wine/beer. $1 for every person booked on a tour is donated to the Yuin Pre-School in Wallaga Lake.
See www.southboundescapes.com for more information on our other experiences and accommodation.
For more information on eco tourism visit https://www.ecotourism.org.au/