COVID-19 Business Update
In response to advice from the Australian Government due to concerns around COVID-19, Paul's Eco E Bike Tours have suspended their tours.
Explore the Swan Coastal Plain, taking in the wonders of Perth's unique Flora and Fauna and learn about the Aboriginal Culture as you glide through the Northern Lakes system's through to the coast on Electric Bikes.
Paul's ECO Bike Tours provide the participant a CAR FREE ride. The Tour Operator is committed to providing a safe environment for participants taking advantage of the connected Cycle Way and Duel Footpath System limiting the use of roads. Participants will be provided with a quality tour free from danger by observing the Western Australian Road Rules as it applies to all road users.
They offer four tour routes with an average distance of about 40km. All tours offer an interpretation of the Geological formations of the Swan Coastal Plain and an insight into the many varieties of Plants and Animals, and an insight into the Aboriginal Culture of the Noongar Peoples use of Natural Resources.
What to bring
You'll need to bring suitable cycling gear, depending on the weather conditions with closed shoes or sandals. Sunglasses, sun tan lotion a towel if you want to take a dip and a bottle of water.
This tour takes in the western side of three Lakes through to Hepburn Ave down to the coast. From Hillarys Boat Harbour we travel south to North Beach, with a short rest and a bite to eat then we head back north to our start point. This tour offers the opportunity to see Kangaroos in their natural setting not to mention the other splendid variety of Plants and Animals along the way. Allow about 4 hours. See wildflowers in spring.
This tour takes in the western side of Lake Joondalup through to Burns Beach road, we then follow Burns Beach all the way to the end to you guest it Burns Beach, from there it's a leisurely ride along the coast back to our stating point. This tour offers spectacular ocean views with a great variety of Plants and animals to see along the way. Allow about 4 hours. See wildflowers in spring.
Yellagonga Regional Park is in the City of Wanneroo and the City of Joondalup. The Park includes a series of wetlands - Lake Joondalup, Beenup Swamp, Walluburnup Swamp and Lake Goollelal. Our lakes only tour is the shortest at 30km. This tour takes in the wonders of Lake Joondalup, sorry no coast on this one. Lake Joondalup is one of the largest lakes in the wetland chain. The tour offers a great variety of plants and animals to see along the way, a great ride that takes about 3 hours.