Coffs to Sawtell$65.00 Per adult, $55.00 Per child

Duration:  4 hours
Distance:  30km
Difficulty level:  Intermediate

The ‘Coffs to Sawtell’ tour is one for the kilometer seekers.  This ride is 15kms each way with a good break and a cuppa/cold drink at one of the many cafe’s within the Heritage village of Sawell before heading back to Coffs Harbour.

The tour is suited for intermediate to advance riders, however there is nothing hardcore, therefore can be suitable for families and small groups if you wish to take on the kilometer challenge.  It is a wonderful way to ride like a local and explore Sawtell by bike.

We meet near the Coffs Harbour Jetty carpark where we will supply you with a mountain bike and helmet. After a short debrief of bike and safety checks, we will commence our bike ride along the Jetty before enroute south-east to the heritage village of Sawtell. The highlight is Sawtell Beach and Bonville Headland where you can observe the immigrating whales (seasonal), dolphins, the spectacular ocean views and surrounding headlands. The chance to have a swim in the tidal rock pool is an amazing refreshment or alternatively have a coffee in one of the many Cafes along First Avenue, under the wonderful large fig trees which line the middle of the main street. After we explore downtown Sawtell, we head back to Coffs Harbour Jetty. All bikes and helmets are included within this tour.

What’s included?

All of our tours include a 10 speed hard-tail, front suspension mountain bike, as well as a helmet, water, sunscreen and of course our delightful tour guides who will make sure your ride is fun.  We also stop at one of the many cafe’s within Sawtell for a cuppa before heading back to Coffs.

Please note

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Near public transportation
  • Not recommended for travelers with back problems
  • Not recommended for pregnant travelers
  • No heart problems or other serious medical conditions
  • Most travelers can participate
  • This tour/activity will have a maximum of 10 travelers
  • You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.

What do I need to bring?

Enclosed shoes, camera for some great photos, a back pack to carry your swimmers/towel if you wish to have a swim in the rock pools.

Cancellation policy

We will charge a cancellation fee of 50% if booking is cancelled 2 hours or less before the event.


Had a great day with Olly & Kristy. I hadn't been on a bike for a few years, but with some tips from Olly I soon got the hang of it. It was such a fun trip and without realising it we cycled 35km. The team were great at adapting the cycle to my ability and interest. I'll be back again and would recommend it - even if its been a while since you were last on a bike.
The variation of terrain, offroad, cycle path, some hills and flats, the headland was beautiful. Stopping for coffee and a toastie really energised us for the return trip. Were still talking about it. Kristie and Ollie are great tour guides, patient and fun.
Decided last minute to take a casual bike around Coffs and the guys were super friendly and very accommodating. Bikes were ready within a couple of hours and we had them for half a day. Honestly nothing but good things to say about Olly and Kristy, highly recommend if you’re staying in the area or just passing through as it was a nice few hours just cruising along the coast line.
I spent the morning with Olly to myself showing me around the jetty, harbour and nearby beaches on great quality mountain bikes. Olly is a very friendly person who made me feel like I was spending a few hours being shown around by an old friend with lots of information about life in Coffs Harbour from a local who clearly loves living here. We did just over 15km in 2.5 hours at an easy pace with lots of great view/chat/photo stops, fresh air and wildlife. It was windy but still a comfortable ride. Much better than just walking around and I would highly recommend the trip for solo, families or groups and well priced. Thanks again Olly! Read less