Whether you’re a regular on two wheels or you’re looking for a new weekend hobby, Hobart has a bike track to suit every cyclist.

This cruisy city is best explored by bike, with its stunning natural beauty, charming side-streets and open spaces.

From challenging rocky climbs to leisurely scenic rides, you’re sure to find a bike ride in Hobart that suits your pace.

 

Battery Point Sculpture Trail

Historic Battery Point is a must-see for all Hobart locals and visitors. This quaint village neighbourhood is home to towering trees, boutiques, cafés, and some of the city’s oldest surviving residences.

Starting at Salamanca Place, the award-winning Battery Point Sculpture Trail is perfect for cyclists and pedestrians looking to explore the history of Hobart. It’s an easy 2km dotted with 9 numerical sculptures sharing a piece of history about each place. Come for the bike ride and stay for a coffee and croissant.

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Track Quality: 3 Wheels

Difficulty: 2 Wheels

This Hobart cycling track is perfect for:

An artsy and outdoorsy history lesson.

 

North-South Track, Mt Wellington

If you’re in it for the thrill, the North-South Track will get your heart racing (and your quads burning). Popular with local mountain bikers, this 10km rocky trail takes you from The Springs (about halfway up Mt Wellington) down through various landscapes, offering picturesque city views along the way. There are also narrow raised bridges to make your way across for an extra challenge.

If you’re a confident rider and don’t mind steep descents (or riding over rocks), this could be the adrenaline-fueled bike ride in Hobart you’ve been looking for.

Scenery: 5 Wheels

Track Quality: 2 Wheels

Difficulty: 4 Wheels

This Hobart cycling track is perfect for:

Experienced mountain cyclists looking for the perfect Instagram backdrop.

 

Hobart Rivulet Track (AKA the Cascade Brewery Ride)

Fancy topping off your bike ride with an ice-cold brew? We thought so.

The Hobart Rivulet Track is 2.7km, starting at Hobart’s waterfront in Molle Street. This winding trail has an oh-so-slight uphill grade. It’s also suitable for dogs on leads, if you fancy bringing your four-legged bestie along.

It takes you through South Hobart, showing off some of the city’s natural beauty, then passes the World-Heritage Listed Female Factory before taking you further downstream to the Cascade Brewery. The Cascade Gardens offer playground and barbecue facilities, making this the perfect spot to kick back with a cold one before heading back to the city.

Scenery: 4 Wheels

Track Quality: 4 Wheels

Difficulty: 2 Wheels

This Hobart cycling track is perfect for:

A fun date or weekend outing with friends.

 

City to the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens

Perfect for all fitness levels (even little legs), the loop track from the Tasmanian Travel and Information Centre to the Tasmanian Botanical Gardens is 6.7km of natural and cultural heritage scenery, including the Soldiers Memorial Avenue.

Finish your ride at the beautiful Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, discovering native flora and eye-catching horticultural displays.

Scenery: 4 Wheels

Track Quality: 3 Wheels

Difficulty: 3 Wheels

This Hobart cycling track is perfect for:

An active family outing.

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