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Pedals and Petals Tour
When
09:30am - 11:30am, Friday, 23 September 2022
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Where
At Wadjuk Carpark Wadjuk Way, Kings Park WA 6005, Australia
Phone
0411 166 586
Email
hello@gogoactivetours.com.au
Website
gogoactivetours.rezdy.com
Categories
Perth Events, Kings Park Festival, Wildflowers, Bike Tours

Join the GoGo Active Tours team for a guided bike tour exploring the best parts of Kings Park and Botanic Garden during this year’s Kings Park Festival, when thousands of native wildflowers are in full bloom.

Tour bushland areas that few visitors and locals see as you ride along a specially chosen route to view wildflower hot spots. The 7 km route has been carefully curated to ensure major hills are avoided to keep the tour as enjoyable as possible.

Travel along remote paths and difficult to reach areas of the Kings Park bushland where you will see everlastings and wildflower groves, tree lined avenues dedicated to our fallen soldiers and views of the city skyline, all from the comfort of your easy to ride touring bike.

The two hour bike tour is designed to be taken at a slow pace and get you out to see different parts of Kings Park that you might otherwise never see all while enjoying the fabulous display of spring wildflowers. 

Your bike, helmet and guide are included. Book your spot and preferred date now!

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