Encounter Bikeway

Encounter Bikeway
Suitable For
Walking, Wheelchair Accessible, Dog Walking, Jogging, Cycling
Easy & Flat
31 km one way
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Encounter Bikeway

The Bikeway is an on-road and shared trail that links the coastal city of Victor Harbor and the river port town of Goolwa, via the coastal towns of Port Elliot and Middleton. The total distance of the bikeway is 30km. However, a range of riding distances is available, making it suitable for all ages and levels of fitness. The Bikeway can be used by cyclists, walkers, skaters, rollerbladers and is wheelchair accessible.

The trail is located on the beautiful Fleurieu Peninsula, approximately one hours drive from South Australia’s capital city, Adelaide. The region has plenty to offer the visitor: great options for accommodation, fantastic food and wine, surf beaches, bushwalking and much more. Contact our local Visitor Information Centres to obtain further information.




Key Facilities
Cyclists and handcyclists: Please give way to other path users and use your bell when approaching others from behind.
Two abreast & keeping to the left:
While it is legal to ride two abreast, please respect users and allow plenty of room for others to pass. Wherever possible keep to the left hand side of the pathway or road.
All cyclists, including handcyclists, are required to wear a helmet that meets the approval of Standards Australia. Please ensure it is secured properly prior to setting off on your ride.
Please keep to the left and be aware of safety in respect to other users of the pathway
Please ensure you carry adequate supplies of drinking water.
Respect the fragile dune systems by staying on designated pathways and boardwalks at all times. • Do not disturb plants and animals. • Do not leave any rubbish behind. Either place it in the bins provided or take it home with you.


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