Kings Park and Matilda Bay Bike Tour - GoGo Active Tours
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Kings Park and Matilda Bay Bike Tour

GoGo Active Tours / Kings Park and Matilda Bay Bike Tour

Kings Park and Matilda Bay Bike Tour

Tour Duration: About 3 hours

Tour Distance: 16km

Time of day: Morning (afternoons on request)

Group size: 17 max

Landmarks: South Perth Foreshore, Blue Boat House & Eliza Sculpture, Matilda Bay, Kings Park

Activity Rating: Medium

Where we’ll go

Come and join our award winning company (Silver, WA Tourism Best New Business 2021) on a fabulous fun, vibrant and wonderfully engaging guided bike tour. Our tour utilises Perth’s comprehensive network of modern cycle paths leaving you the opportunity to explore and absorb the scenic and very photogenic locations, including the internationally famous Blue Boat House.

The tour starts under the watchful eyes of the giant frill neck lizard and numbat public artworks at the Mindeerup piazza, South Perth’s foreshore gateway. From here we cycle over the Narrows Bridge and around the river towards the Matilda Bay parkland next to the University of WA.

Along the way our passionate and experienced guides share the areas’ historical, cultural, geographical and horticultural secrets with you.

We continue our adventure and take you into the beating heart of iconic Kings Park where we explore the bushland and botanical garden areas. Stopping for a well earned cafe break, we explore this unique bio-diversity hotspot on foot allowing plenty of time to take some incredible photos of the scenery, wildflowers and flowering plants.

Jumping back on our comfortable and easy to ride touring bikes we make our way via a network of scenic paths through the beautiful John Oldham Park to finish our day at the South Perth foreshore.

Our small group guided tours and energetic narrative are all about actively connecting you with nature rather than strenuous exercise and so cater for a wide range of ages and skill levels. We aim to leave you energised and with a strong sense of accomplishment.

Whilst the route has been carefully curated to minimise hills, we will be riding some uphill sections. We do stop regularly for breaks and discussions. You should be prepared to exercise with some periods of increased heart rate.

Where we’ll meet

We meet at a cycle store in South Perth as it is warm in winter and cool in summer while we get organised. Our bikes are kept close by.

We’ll confirm the exact meeting point with you via email.

What’s included

Super comfortable, well maintained, step through tourer bike with fat tyres & plush seat, plus a certified helmet.

A knowledgeable and interesting guide who is trained to keep you safe and show and provide you interesting information.

The guide carries a first aid kit for your safety.

What to wear and bring

Weather protection clothing and sunscreen

A full water bottle

Some money for the café stop - cyclists love their coffee stops


There are public toilets along our route so just ask the guide if you need to use the amenities.

Things to consider

  • Children under the age of 18 years must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Tour is suitable for people 155cm and above
  • Minimum age for participation in a bike tour is 8 years old.

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