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South Australian route maps

Glenelg Tram, SAAdelaide

The best tool for looking up bike paths in the state's capital is the government's Cycle Instead Journey Planner, which suggests cycle routes based on your selected destination point. The neat thing about this tool is that it allows you to select between a route that maximizes designated bike paths, quiet roads, the fastest route or the flattest route. It will also tell you the distance and how long the ride will take based on your cycling speed. Alternatively, you can find links to PDF maps of Adelaide's bike routes on the SA Government's website.

Barossa Valley, SA


South Australia has a number of nice off-road cycling trails, like the 54km Riesling & Rattler Trail that runs through the award-winning wine region, the Clare Valley. The State's government has done a pretty good job of providing information on these trails, and their Trail Experience website allows you to narrow down your search by region. So instead of listing them all here, jump onto their site and take a look. Then of course, there's Google Map's bike route search in the Get Directions function.


​Images from top: 1. Glenelg Tram, SA. Source: Tourism Australia Copyright. 2. Cycling in the Barossa Valley vineyards, The Louise, SA. Source: Luxury Lodges of Australia.