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Cycle the Bass Coast Rail Trail

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Looking to get out of the city for the weekend? Pack your bike and explore the Bass Coast Rail Trail!

Feast your eyes on jaw-dropping views of Bass Strait, soak up endless rugged coastline and rolling farmland along Victoria’s only coastal rail trail – the Bass Coast Rail Trail.

Start from Anderson with a scenic journey through farmland down to the coast. Take a breather at Kilcunda, a pocket-sized beachside town blessed with foodie options thanks to local deli Udder & Hoe, famed cafe Kilcunda General Store and the iconic Killy Pub.

You’re in for a treat as you head out of town, crossing the magnificent Kilcunda Trestle Bridge over Bourne Creek. Take a moment to admire surfers tackling the waves from this heritage-listed beauty before rolling past wind turbines to Wonthaggi.