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This full-featured demo of the app includes a 5 km ride around Albert Park Lake. 5km loop

Ride or walk around the lake with its expansive views of Melbourne skyline. Enjoy the birds, trees, cafes, rowers, cricket and sailing boats. This is home to the Formula 1 Grand Prix.

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This route is 59km One way. It is relatively flat and has unsealed and sealed path. The roads are quiet.

Tour the Waterways of Melbourne to Jells Park along the Yarra River, Scotchman’s Creek and Gardiners Creek. After exploring Jells Park and getting a bite to eat consider a journey to the beach. Carrum Beach is colourful and charming.


29 km One way, Flat, Easy, Sealed, Family

This is a delightful trail – showcasing the Yarra River and Melbourne’s famous parks. Get up close to farm animals at the Collingwood farm.


48km one way, Flat, Easy/Medium, Sealed/Unsealed, Quiet roads, cycle paths, 2km of busy road with good verge.
Tour through the countryside of the Mornington Peninsula. Cycle or hike remnant bushland, wetlands and mangroves. Enjoy historical towns and learning aboriginal history.


51 km, One way, Easy, Flat, Mainly Sealed, Cycle Paths

Port Philip Bay is a scenic back drop to the wonderful shared path right along the beach to the City and beyond. Starting at Carrum, journey past the Black Rock Clock Tower, tranquil Brighton and take a selfie at the Brighton Beach Bathing Boxes, Enjoy the parks and gardens, the city skyline views, the tastes of St Kilda, trendy Albert Park and head towards the little river punt which will take you across to historic Williamstown. There is so much to see and explore along your way you will love this ride or walk!


40 km loop, Flat/Hilly, Easy, Unsealed/Sealed Cycle Paths, short quiet roads

This wonderful loop takes you on a journey along the Yarra, Plenty and Darebin rivers with views to the Dandenongs. Follow the artists of the Heidelberg School who painted early Australian landscapes and visit the Heide Museum of Modern Art. Learn the Aboriginal history. Love the cafes and parks.


28 km loop, Flat, Easy, Sealed Shared Paths, Family

Enjoy a ride or walk around the lineal parks at the base of Mt Dandenong.

Sir Hubert Opperman (1906-1996), one of Australia’s great sporting cyclists, spent the last years of his life in Knox. During the 1920s and 30s, ‘Oppy’, as he became affectionately known, held virtually every Australian long distance, road racing and track record, as well as many cycling world records. He even won the French Bol d’Or 24 hour race with heavy mudguards, wheels and upturned handle bars after his two bikes were sabotaged!


30 km One Way, Flat, Easy, Sealed Paths/Quiet Streets

Follow the lovely Moonee Ponds Creek green corridor from Melbourne Airport for a relaxing, traffic free trail to the centre of the city. Learn about the stories and historical figures of Melbourne and also those of the local Aboriginal peoples. Enjoy the interesting Northern Melbourne suburbs – now a wonderful mix of cultures. If you are cycle touring or bike packing, you can take an airport bus to one of the hotels shown close by the airport and build your bike before heading out. Travel into Melbourne via Docklands enjoying the harbour views and the wonderful Melbourne culture of this friendly city.


About our partner

Rob and Angela Mosley created Activewayz to provide hikers and cyclists with the local knowledge, easy access and confidence to hike and bike the fabulous trails within Australia and New Zealand. Our company has been very excited to work with Atlas Guides since 2016 and we are creating amazing long-distance rides around Australia and mapping rail trails and cycle paths. Our unique Cycling Networks show rideable back country roads with cyclist relevant information to suit different riding styles. This allows the cyclist to build their own route on riding styles they prefer. Hiking in Australia and New Zealand is varied and our focus is to provide an opportunity for bushwalkers to find our fantastic walks and long distance trails easily and to hike them with knowledge of the conditions and supports available. We love hiking and biking in Australia and tramping in New Zealand and hope you do too.

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