Discover Bundeena and Maianbar by bike and see beautiful outlooks and vistas in this special ride through these coastal villages nestled in southern Sydney. Additionally, you’ll also learn a little about the local history and some interesting landmarks.
Bikes, helmets and water bottle are supplied or you can bring your own equipment and get a reduced rate for the ride. The ride is suitable for most people who have ridden a bike before and are moderately fit.
We’ll meet at Bundeena Ferry Wharf and set off on foot to a special aboriginal lookout. From there we’ll get you set up with your bike and helmet. We’ll then ride at a casual pace through the town of Bundeena and make our way over to it’s sister village of Maianbar.
Along the way we’ll make several stops which include views of Deehban Spit, Simpsons Bay, Port Hacking River, Constables Point, Fishermans Bay and more. We’ll also do a short walk down a hidden path which will get you to a unique water level view.
Items Supplied for Rental Option
- Bike (only suitable for people under 6 feet or 1.8 metres tall)
- Water Bottle
Items to Bring
- Running shoes
- Sun Screen
- Wear comfortable clothes suitable for walking or riding
- Charged up camera or smart phone for all the great photo opportunities.
- If bringing your own bike also bring helmet, water bottle and spare tube.