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Central Queensland is a beautiful region in Australia that offers a great cycling experience for both beginners and experienced cyclists. From the sandy beaches of the Capricorn Coast to the rural hinterland, there are many wonderful bike routes to explore.

A highlight of Central Queensland is the Boyne Burnett Inland Rail Trail. This is a 235km trail along a former train line and is named after the Boyne and Burnett rivers. It passes through rural farmland, national parks, and historic railway towns.

On a cycling tour of the Boyne Burnett Inland Rail Trail, all your logistics are taken care of including transfers, bike hire, luggage transfers and accommodation bookings, all you need to do is enjoy pedalling through classic Australian landscapes and take in the expansive scenery of this truly outstanding route.


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Australia's Cycling Experts

As the pioneers of active travel in Australia you can expect a seamless experience. Our quality tour notes and logistical expertise sets us apart and ensures a quality experience for you.

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Our team is passionate about cycling and their extensive knowledge and experience means you get the very best advice - every time. We will help you tailor the right cycling itinerary for you.

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Expect first-class and flexible support both on and off Queensland's bike paths. We've sourced the highest quality bikes and most authentic accommodations so you can enjoy a stress free cycling trip.

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