Tour de NSW

The longest and oldest bicycle tour in NSW.

"Sadly We have not done this tour for a few years and like other projects we are looking for someone to take it over. Please contact Paul for more information"



The longest Bicycle Tour in Australia

The Tour dé NSW was started in 2001 as a way of raising money for children's charities in New South Wales and since then has become an annual event. In 2002 $1795.00 was raised for each of the following charities Canteen, Camp Quality and Teen Challenge.

The route covers over 2100K around the state of New South Wales and attracts regular media attention throughout it's course. The Parramatta Advertiser has dubbed it the charity ride with "the Ride Stuff"

This ride is no longer used as a fund raiser as the amount of work to organise made it impossible. We now simply take groups who want to do the ride.

Contact us if you want more info about this amazing ride.

Olympicycle Tours
72 Combermere St
Goulburn 2580
Tour dé NSW

Starts in an elected town listed below and finishes back in that town. It is divided into two legs with a rest day at the half way town. So you as a participant can elect to do all or half of the ride.

First leg with a Canberra start

Canberra, Goulburn, Moss Vale, Bowral, Picton, Camden, Liverpool, Parramatta, Hornsby, Gosford, Newcastle, Maitland, Singleton, Aberdeen, Scone, Quirindi

Second leg with a Canberra start

Tamworth, Gunnedah, Coonabarabran, Gilgandra, Dubbo, Wellington, Orange, Bathurst, Blayney, Cowra, Young, Harden, Yass with a finish in Canberra