Waterbikes Perth

waterbikes perth

Experience cycling on waterbikes at beautiful Matilda Bay, Perth

No experience or balance required.

Anyone from 8 to 80 years young can ride our Waterbikes!

You won’t get wet.

group posiing for photo on water bikes in crawley
three people enjoying waterbike hire on the swan river in perth

Waterbikes Perth

Super Safe and stable,

Catamaran hull design and virtually impossible to tip over.

couple enjoying riding waterbikes on matilda bay
toddler with waterbikes on matilda bay foreshore.

A Chance to See Dolphins!

dolphins in matilda bay

Local dolphin pods often school bait fish into the shallows of the shoreline for a feeding frenzy.

Prices

$35 each (30 min)

$65 each (60 min)

When booking 4 or more craft…

$30 each (30 min)

$55 each (60 min)

Gift Vouchers

A water bike experience makes a great gift for family and friends… as everyone likes trying new stuff! So, you can’t go wrong!

So Much Fun!

young lady enjoying matilda bay on a waterbike

Book Now

Groups

Group bookings available anytime for team events with 6 to 8 craft available.

Calling to book groups is required.

Individuals

Book from 1 to 5 craft anytime.

Confirm availability directly online.

Your Waterbikes Perth Adventure

Matilda Bay Reserve provides a very safe venue to plot your course on an adventure tour like no other from the Launch Ramp to Eliza’s Statute and anywhere in between.

According to conditions of the day, we will brief you on a self-guided tour, either to the Bird Sanctuary heading southeast, or to Crawley Edge Boat House (and Eliza’s statue) to the northeast.

Whether you are pedalling down-wind, or directly into it, the waterbikes will enable you with a safe passage home. Should the wind build, we suggest setting your course for the nearest shoreline, or at 90 degrees to apparent wind direction. Once you return to the shoreline, you’ll find it’s well protected from the elements and an easy pedal back to where you started off.

I/We would like to acknowledge that this meeting is being held on Aboriginal land and recognise the strength, resilience and capacity of Noongar people in this land.