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Fleurieu Explorer 3 day 2 night cycle camping self guided tour
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Fleurieu Explorer 3 day 2 night cycle camping self guided tour

Fleurieu Cycle tours offers the only self guided cycle camping tours in south Australia, we provide the bikes and camping equipment prepaid campsite fees this allows you the freedom and flexibility to enjoy this stunning part of Australia in a back to nature eco friendly way.<br><br>From olive groves, to wineries, stunning scenery and local wildlife.<br>Our multi day tours are designed for travellers looking for a unique experience in South Australia, the bike is just the mode of transport that allows you to best experience the natural environment. <br><br>You will cycle through stunning vineyards, stopping at cellar doors to taste the best local wines and regional produce. You will see the incredible stars over Lake Alexandrina and the Sunrise, day 2 will take you on a stunning ride to the river town of goolwa then on to the Encounter bike way through to the famous Horseshoe bay at Port Elliot. Day 3 is an easy ride in to Victor Harbor and over to Granite island.
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MaxD859 wrote a review Mar 2021
Adelaide, Australia1,252 contributions159 helpful votes
A very nice town - easy to walk around and plenty to see . Cafes are great , there are a number of pubs to see , but the best bet for a good pub meal is the Bridge Hotel at Langhorne Creek which is only a short drive away . Museums , artwork , memorials , a great park , a swimming pool , great little caravan park , there is plenty to see and do and places to stay for a short break . Lovely town !
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Date of experience: March 2021
Geoff C wrote a review Oct 2019
Adelaide, Australia42 contributions8 helpful votes
What a great town to visit. It is a gateway to the wine growing region area of Langhorne Creek and the associated coastline in the area. Lots of little shops and cafes, a wonderful park to picnic in, as well as regular markets on the weekend. All the local pubs are great, and High Street is full of small businesses and heritage. They say all roads lead to strath and that is true. Well worth a visit.
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Date of experience: September 2019
craig M wrote a review Oct 2019
Strathalbyn, Australia25 contributions4 helpful votes
Great place to explore. Plenty of heritage listed buildings. Fantastic park in centre of town for a picnic. Dining alfresco nearby with excellent options. Antique shops galore to explore. Check out the new Motor museum as well as the heritage centre.
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Date of experience: October 2019
Leslie F wrote a review Jun 2019
Birmingham, United Kingdom78 contributions17 helpful votes
We visited Strathalbyn on a Wednesday and found it very quiet. However we did find a few shops open mainly antique shops. There was also a traditional sweet shop with sweets in jars and lollipops similar to what was around mid century in England. We found the man in the shop very helpful and friendly.
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Date of experience: June 2019
Agnes wrote a review Apr 2019
Singapore, Singapore33 contributions12 helpful votes
This town is lovely. But......you have to be a certain type of tourist....or maybe in a certain frame of mind to visit. It is a sleepy little town. Just very quaint and charming and not really too much going on.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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