Cycle Across Oz
Set up in 2002, Cycle Across Oz has now run 11 cycle tours across and around Australia. These tours have included point to point tours covering pretty well every way across Australia and 2 major circumnavigations. Cycle Around Australia 2013 had 6 riders start in Melbourne in a group of 18 and complete the circumnavigation of Australia in a little under 6 months. Cycle Around Australia 2015 had 7 riders start in the upper reaches of the Murray River and from there make a big loop up the middle via Uluru and Kakadu before heading to the West Coast to Perth and then following the coast all the way around back to Melbourne. With 12 to 20 riders per leg, these were amazing small tour experiences. For all the riders these proved to be trips of a lifetime and a chance for ordinary people to do the extraordinary.
Melbourne Sydney Melbourne
37 days (Bike: 29 days)
2535 km (~87km per day)
Tour Operator Cycle Across Oz
MSM Ride 2021 - Cycle Australia
Cycle Across Oz presents its 2021 Melbourne Sydney Melbourne ride. The ride consists of two legs which can be ridden individually or combined into a single tour
South Coast: Melbourne to Wilsons Promontory to Cann River to Bermagui to Jervis Bay to Sydney : February 21, 2021 to March 10, 2021. 1,345 kms, 8,964 m climbing and 3 exploring/rest days.
Great Divide: Sydney to Tarago to Jindabyne to Corryong to Cororwa to Echuca to Heathcote to Melbourne: March 13, 2021 to March 30, 2021. 1,190 kms, 7,508m climbing and 3 exploring/rest days.
This trip brings together the best of the South Coast and the Great Divide and the Murray River from wide open beaches, wilderness, mountains, craggy cliffs, pastoral history, rivers and steamboats, unique fauna and flora, towering forests, inland lakes, and always amazing stars.
The full tour begins in Melbourne departing from the iconic Luna Park and heading down famous Beach Road. The South Coast leg ends in Sydney where the Great Divide leg begins. The Great Divide starts with a train ride into the foothills of the Great Divide and heads up and over the Divide and the Snowy Mountains and ends in Sunbury and we will train into Southern Cross station. The details are presented in the South Coast and Great Divide tabs - hover your mouse over the tabs on the left and you will find them
The tour follows minor roads wherever possible - better scenery, quieter and safer.