Things to do in Bathurst on a bike – get up close and personal to the city its history and the environment, plus bike riding is a fun healthy way to spend time with loved ones

Bathurst sits on the western slopes of the Great Dividing Range, west of Sydney. This gracious and historical Country NSW town has grand heritage buildings, parklands and tree-lined streets. It’s also home to Mount Panorama Motor Racing Circuit ,

Things to do in the Bathurst area include seeing the amazing skeleton of a Tyrannosaurus Rex at the Australian Fossil and Mineral Museum and viewing the extensive collection at Bathurst Regional Art Gallery. And, of course, motorsport fans should not miss the National Motor Racing Museum.

If you have a keen interest in the past, Bathurst offers plenty of historical attractions, including Abercrombie House, Chifley Home and Education Centre, Bathurst Court House, Bathurst District Historical Museum and Denison Bridge.

All to be explored with a relaxing bike ride, click on our map here

How to Hire a Bike Today!

Boomerang Bikes – Bathurst comprises two self service, hassle free bike hire systems, similar to a vending machine that requires a credit card to unlock a bike – open 24 hours everyday. It’s so easy! At the station control panel: Push any key to activate the screen then:

  1. Push button 1. To Rent a Bike
  2. Insert your Credit Card
  3. Choose the hire period
  4. Choose a bike
  5. Accept the waiver
  6. Grab your bike, and go!
  7. To hire another bike, repeat the process
  8. Return the bike to same station

Get a free helmet and Lock from a location listed on the bike station.

The Bikes and Where they are…

Bathurst Bike Hire has two locations.

  1. At The Visitor Information Centre (VIC) 1 Kendall Ave, Bathurst NSW 2795, www.visitbathurst.com.au +61 2 6332 1444
  1.  The Aquatic Centre Elizabeth St, Bathurst NSW 2795, +61 2 6331 3333. 

Both stations have 8 bikes for hire including 6 unisex bikes (4 with child seats and 2 with Baskets) for riders over 145 cm.  Additionally there are 2 children bikes which have 3 gears and 24 inch wheels, suitable for riders over 120cm tall.

Locations are close to the city and river so start exploring Bathurst City by bike or try a lap of Mount panorama.  Return the bikes to the same station.

Free helmets and locks available at The Visitor Information Centre (VIC) and Panorama Hotel or at the Aquatic Centre

Value for Money

Prices are:

$9 for 1 hour

$20 for up to 4 hours

$36 for 24 hours

$66 for 3 days

Free helmets and locks available at The Visitor Information Centre (VIC) and Panorama Hotel or at the Aquatic Centre