2014 Surfers Paradise to Noosa

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2014 Surfers Paradise to Noosa

Beaches, Hinterland & National Park

Sunday 18 May, 2014 to Sunday 25 May, 2014

This ride has everything! Starting near the famous beaches of the Gold Coast, cycling through cool, green forests, open dairy farmlands outback central Queensland, crossing one of the biggest lakes in Queensland, then viewing the weird and wonderful shapes of the Glasshouse Mountains before getting amongst the action at Noosa Heads with all the glitter of a royal party.

Enjoy this cruise through paradise at an average of 65km per day, an achievable distance for most cyclists, allowing you to enjoy the scenery and atmosphere of this wonderful route.

We organise everything that you will need for the duration of the tour including accommodation, food, safety and support vehicles, bike mechanic, luggage transfer, the best tour guides in the business, and much more, so that you can pedal away each morning with the knowledge that your luggage will be taken care of, food will be ready for you at the next stop, and you are being looked after every step of the way.

Book your place today and join us on this relaxed-pace cycling adventure through the beauty of South East Queensland.

Why not also join us on our Sydney to Surfers tour that departs just over a week before this ride. It is a challenging ride at 109km/day taking in the Northern Beaches of Sydney, the Great Dividing Range, National Parks, Byron Bay and many great highlights. Book both tours for a $100 discount off both rides.

Monthly win-a-bike draw; the earlier you book, the more draws you are entered in.

2014 Surfers Paradise to Noosa

Date :
18 May 2014 – 25 May 2014
Distance :
452km
Ave. Daily :
65km

This will be a beautiful cycle tour; very little traffic, National Parks, Gold Coast, Hinterland, Valley of the Lakes, Mineral Spa Country, Glasshouse Mountains and Sunshine Coast.

Cycle from RACV Royal Pines Resort at Benowa, through the Darlington Range in the Hinterland to Beaudesert; then onto Queensland’s oldest provincial city, Ipswich, before heading west beside the very early train line, its stations and associated buildings still standing, looking better and more respected as time moves on.

Cycle to Helidon to relax in the natural warm spring spa in your resort room, then alongside Lake Wivenhoe to Esk; crossing the lake at Somerset Dam. On to Kilcoy, passing the Glasshouse Mountains area through Nambour in sub-tropical hinterland at the foot of Blackall Range; then finally to the RACV Noosa Resort.