Grand Pacific Cycle Tour

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This cycle is quite simply, world class beautiful. It is a perfect length for a weekend getaway or mid week cycle and so easy to access from Sydney.

This two-day self-guided cycle tour starts at the Waterfall in the Royal National Park in Sydney’s South and travels down the coast to the picturesque seaside village of Kiama. 

Along the way you will pass through towns and sea-side suburbs, through ancient forests and mangrove swamps, and cycle alongside lakes and lagoons and beautiful beaches.

There’s also a temple to visit, markets to browse through, history to absorb and restaurants for dining, and still plenty of time for a swim or a coffee or to simply sit back and enjoy the sights and sounds of the beautiful South Coast.

The tour uses a mixture of bike paths and on-road cycling with a couple of medium hills. You can take the train back home to Sydney or to Waterfall to collect your car.

itinerary factsheet

Tour Details:

Starts:                  Waterfall

Finishes:             Kiama

Duration:             2 days / 1 night

Total Distance:   97 kms

Distance/day:    47 kms

When to go?:      Suitable for the whole year. Note that this tour is not available to start on Sundays

Suitable for:        Adults, older teenagers competent with on-road cycling.

Cost:                      from $550 per person twin share, watch for our Grand Pacific Cycle Specials on Facebook! 


2-day self-guided cycle tour.

1 night’s accommodation in a luxury 4.5* beachfront hotel with ocean views.

A full buffet breakfast.

2 days’ hire of bikes and cycling equipment.

Luggage transfer.

A celebratory drink at the end of each day.

Maps and ride notes.

Roadside assistance.


  • gentina May 9 2017 Trip Adviser
    August 18, 2017 4:51 am

    I did the Grand Pacific cycling two day excursion, it was a wonderful experience. Angela coordinated everything to a perfection, the ride began at Waterfall station, I did on my own and I couldn’t have enjoyed it more! I did a little extra riding at the Royal National Park on the first day which was worth the extra cycling. Lovely beaches on the way! If you enjoy cycling, it is perfect for a good insight of Australia far from the beaten track. Great bike and equipment! Hope to join the team again on future trips!

  • Samantha B 26 April 2017 Trip Adviser
    August 18, 2017 4:55 am

    We did the 2 Day Grand Pacific Tour and had a wonderful experience! I found the first steep downhill section through the National Park a bit scary as we did it on Good Friday and there was a lot of traffic (and I don’t do a lot of cycling) but everyone else in the family loved I!. By half way through the first day we were mainly on bike paths which was much more enjoyable for me and the route was amazing. We could have started in Thirroul and missed the highway riding but the Sea Cliff Bridge is an amazing sight I wouldn’t want to have missed. Angela was very helpful and accommodating of our changes to the itinerary (we decided to take it a bit easy and finish early on the second day). All round very memorable trip and a great way to do and see a huge amount in just 2 days!