Western Australia
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Our most recommended Western Australia Bike Tours

  • From Perth: Rottnest Island Full-Day Bike and Ferry Trip

    1. From Perth: Rottnest Island Full-Day Bike and Ferry Trip

    Enjoy the best of Rottnest Island with bike rental and same-day return ferry tickets. If self-driving, choose from two departure times. Make your own way to Hillarys Boat Harbour. Arrive at the meeting point 30 to 45-minutes before boarding to collect your bike and tickets. Enjoy a coffee at Hillarys Boat Harbour before boarding. Relax on the 45-minute high-speed ferry crossing. On arrival, enjoy a full day to explore Rottnest Island at your own pace. Add-on a snorkel set at check-out to discover the island’s beautiful marine life. Pedal to Wadjemup Lighthouse or race to the West End. Discover the many different bays and beaches. Be sure to meet a smiling quokka and snap a selfie! Leave Rottnest Island on the 4:30 pm ferry, returning to Hillarys Boat Harbour at 5:15 pm.

    Amazing experience. Everything went smooth from booking to bike ride. And was dropped back to my hotel after the activity.

  • From Fremantle: Rottnest Ferry & Bike Hire Package

    2. From Fremantle: Rottnest Ferry & Bike Hire Package

    Catch the ferry to Rottnest Island and collect your pre-booked bike hire to start your journey. Discover Rottnest Island by bicycle and experience over 63 beaches and 20 bays as you explore this unique Class A Reserve renowned for its high conservation and community values. Cycling is an environmentally friendly and fun recreational activity for all ages. As Rottnest Island has essentially no cars, cycling is one of the best ways to get around the island. With a free bike fitting and breakdown service available, this is the perfect way to experience Rottnest. Easily return your bike and catch your return ferry when you are done.

    Great day. Voucher was really easy to use and Sealink were really good about changing our departure time from the automatic one we were given to a later time after we decided to stay on the island for dinner. Highly recommend!

  • From Fremantle: Rottnest Island Ferry, Snorkel and Bike Hire

    3. From Fremantle: Rottnest Island Ferry, Snorkel and Bike Hire

    Arrive on the island and enjoy the freedom to explore Rottnest at your leisure. There’s plenty to see, do, and discover on the island, including over 63 beaches and 20 bays. Make the most of your bike and snorkel hire for the day by getting stuck into everything that the island has to offer. Set out on a cycling adventure across the island to discover some of the very best beaches in Western Australia. Spend some time relaxing on the white sandy beaches, or cool off with a refreshing dip in the sea. Grab your snorkel and set out in search of colorful sea life as you swim in the crystal-clear waters of the island. At the end of an action-packed day, head back to the ferry for your return trip.

    Amazing day trip to Rottnest Island. The boat only takes 30 mins and the bike rental place is 100m from the port. We did the whole loop around the island and it took us about 7 hours including stops. There is no drinking water in most part of the island, so make sure you bring loads of it with you.

  • Rottnest Island Ferry & Bike Trip from Perth or Fremantle

    4. Rottnest Island Ferry & Bike Trip from Perth or Fremantle

    Experience Rottnest Island at your leisure on a day trip with roundtrip fast ferry transfers and bike hire from Perth or Fremantle all included.  When booking, select your ferry departure location, either Perth or Fremantle. Depart from Perth at 8:30 am and enjoy a scenic 1-hour ferry ride with live commentary along the Swan River to Fremantle before heading to the island. Alternatively, join the ferry at Fremantle for just the 25-minute ride to Rottnest Island. When you arrive at Rottnest Island, explore independently as you cycle from the jetty. You’ll see the breathtaking views going past secluded bays and beaches. Feel the breeze in your hair as you cycle around the 11km long by 4km wide island.  Visit the bays on the south to avoid the easterly winds and make your way to the Basin, Parakeet Bay and Little Armstrong Bay on the south west in the afternoon. It takes approximately 3...

    It was nice experience went to Rottnest Island. The beaches are beautiful, the water super fresh and clean. All the staffs really helpful. Recommend to everyone to visit Rottnest Island

  • Perth: Guided Swan River Foreshores Bike Tour

    5. Perth: Guided Swan River Foreshores Bike Tour

    Enjoy a sunny morning exploring the Swan River foreshore by bike. Starting from the South Perth foreshore, your friendly guide will lead you towards the causeway which will see you stopping at some hidden wetlands, learning about historical locations, and observing some beautiful bird life along the way. You will cross the Matagarup Bridge to the iconic Optus Stadium, where you can capture some amazing photos of this renowned location. At this point you will take a break to refuel and enjoy the stunning views with a cafe stop in Claisebrook Cove. After a well-earned rest, jump back on your bike and continue exploring the city side of the foreshore before arriving at the newly created Elizabeth Quay area. Finally, you will make the return journey via Perth's oldest surviving colonial building and the narrow bridge.

    This was a fantastic tour. Our guide Matt was knowledgeable and friendly. The pace was perfect for all and covers some interesting parts of Perth. Thoroughly recommended.

  • From Perth: Rottnest Bike and Ferry Package

    6. From Perth: Rottnest Bike and Ferry Package

    Catch the ferry to Rottnest Island and collect your pre-booked bike hire to start your journey. Discover Rottnest Island by bicycle and experience over 63 beaches and 20 bays as you explore this unique Class A Reserve renowned for its high conservation and community values.  Cycling is environmentally friendly and a fun recreational activity for all ages. As Rottnest Island has essentially no cars, cycling is one of the best ways to get around the island. With a free bike fitting and breakdown service available, this is the perfect way to experience Rottnest. Easily return your bike and catch your return ferry when you are done.

    Lovely day out Great value for money We hired the bikes & snorkel gear it was amazing loads to see we cycled all round the island & had lunch here Met the local wildlife most were very tame Highly recommend

  • Perth: Guided Bike Tour around Matilda Bay and Kings Park

    7. Perth: Guided Bike Tour around Matilda Bay and Kings Park

    Enjoy a sunny day out in the fresh air exploring the beautiful city of Perth by bike. Starting from the South Perth foreshore, your friendly guide will lead you towards a narrow bridge. From that narrow bridge you will pass by the oldest surviving colonial building, one of the first swimming areas, the iconic Blue Boat Shed, and the stunning Matilda Bay. You'll then continue along a winding natural wooded area through to Kings Park, discovering areas often unseen by most, until you reach the main precinct area for a well-deserved break. Following your break, explore the park by foot and capture some magical photos. Along the way you'll enjoy educational commentary from your guide, learning about Perth's unique history, culture, plants, and animals. You'll then continue via the John Oldham Gardens before returning to the foreshore.

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What people are saying about Western Australia

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 518 reviews

Absolutely loved Rottnest and there were no dramas with this booking. I probably wouldn’t go with the snorkel hire as I did see much marine life, but enjoyed going on a bike ride about the island. If you struggle with going uphill or have low fitness, maybe better to hire an electric bike or scooter as it can be very tiresome riding a bike. Other than that, a great day out!

We had a brilliant day at Rottnest Island. Little problems were easily solved with a quick what's app conversation. Next time I would get a bus tour as it's a long way around on a bike but still enjoyable. Quokkas are gorgeous and lovable. I loved every minute of our day.

Great day. Voucher was really easy to use and Sealink were really good about changing our departure time from the automatic one we were given to a later time after we decided to stay on the island for dinner. Highly recommend!

Rottnest is a beautiful island. Heaps of interesting historical buildings, gorgeous bike riding views and swimming beaches. Dining options are limited and not great and accommodation is expensive. Take a picnic and a tent!

Clear instructions, bike hire was well worth it to see the island.