Kangaroo Point Bikeway

Kangaroo Point Bikeway
Difficulty: Easy (mostly flat)
Surface Type: Fully paved bike paths
Suitable for families with young children
Route Length: 4km but can be extended

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Scenic Inner-city Ride

Brisbane city is a beautiful part of Queensland to ride in & around & the Kangaroo Point Bikeway is the perfect gateway. Starting just west of the Dockside Ferry Terminal the bikeway snakes around the Brisbane River and under the iconic Story Bridge and through Captain Burke Park.

Sounds good? On this ride there is no cars to contend with and heaps of scenic stops including Riverlife where you can enjoy the BBQ facilities and plan a picnic. The path continue along the bottom of the Kangaroo Point cliffs to the Goodwill Bridge where it connects to South Bank or cross the bridge to Brisbane City Botanic Gardens .

If you want to make sure your family enjoys their time on the bike, make sure to check out BQ’s Bike Life Blog Post here which will make sure you have the best time!

Kangaroo Point Bikeway

What’s In the Area?

FOOD: The Dockside Cafe & Kitchen is at your starting/finishing point and has some great food!

THINGS TO DO: Brisbane city is full of adventures – we recommend peddling over to the Brisbane City Botanic Gardens.

BIKE SHOP: Planet Cycles 

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