Cycling

Barossa by bike

The Barossa climate and terrain support a broad range of cycling options, for road cyclists and mountain bike enthusiasts as well as those who want to tour the Barossa at a slower pace and make use of the scenic shared walking and cycling paths. For those who follow the professional cyclists, the “Tour Down Under” goes through the Barossa in January too. Team Barossa, a group of local road riders also welcome visitors on their weekly Sunday rides.

There are several bike trails around the Barossa. The scenic Jack Bobridge Track stretches all the way from Tanunda to Gawler and the Barossa Rail Trail links the towns of Tanunda, Nuriootpa and Angaston. Currently under development, the newest bike trail will take you along Seppeltsfield Road with the first 2km completed off-road section extending from Rolf Binder Wines to the Stonewell Road Visitor Information Bay.

Bike hire

Bike hire is available through Stonewell Cottages, with bikes conveniently delivered to your door. Place an order online via our Shopping Cart or contact us to arrange…

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Jack Bobridge Track

The Jack Bobridge Track is a 27 km shared walking and cycling path, named after Jack Bobridge, a former professional racing cyclist who grew up…

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Stonewell Cottages and Vineyards cycling in the Barossa

Barossa Rail Trail

The towns of Tanunda, Nuriootpa and Angaston are connected by a shared bike and walking trail. The path from Tanunda to Nuriootpa follows along the…

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Seppeltsfield Road Palm Avenue

How about a bit of exercise with plenty of wine and food stops along the way? With the start of the famous Seppeltsfield Road Palm Avenue only 1km…

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Mountain Biking Trails

For the more serious mountain biker, the Barossa ranges has some excellent forest cross country mountain bike trails in the Pewsey Vale area, which is…

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Stonewell Cottages Vineyards Cyclists Mengler Hill Lookout

Routes for road cyclists

There are plenty of great options for cycling in the Barossa. Evan can share his local knowledge of Barossa’s road cycling routes with you, ranging…

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Tour Down Under

In January each year the Barossa plays host to the Tour Down Under and you can participate by watching the riders ride along scenic roads…

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