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Cycling Tours in New South Wales

You can go bicycle touring any time of the year somewhere in New South Wales. With a rich indigenous culture and some of Australia’s most dazzling man-made and natural attractions, World Heritage national parks, historic colonial towns, spectacular desert landscapes, beaches, lakes and winding inland rivers; fresh local produce and wine experiences; not to mention the amazing art galleries and cultural festivals … the difficulty is going to be deciding on where to start.

  • What is the best season to visit New South Wales ?

What is the best time to visit New South Wales?

How to stay safe in the sun, what are summer heatwaves.

  • When is the Bush Fire Danger period?

A cyclist’s guide to road rules in New South Wales

Supported cycling tours in new south wales.

A triptych of 3 photos. Left – A cyclist on bitumen road with yellow line markings indicating the road is above the snow line. Yellow grass, no trees, blue sky. Middle – a woman in a hat is standing looking at the Breadknife on the Grand High Tops walking trail. Right – Painted mural with 3 road cyclists on the side of the Bundanoon Café and Bike Shop.

Bicycle Tour destinations in New South Wales. Left – Snowy Mountains Highway near Kiandra. Middle –Warrumbungle National Park, Outback NSW. Right – Bundanoon, Southern Tablelands near Sydney.

About New South Wales

New South Wales (abbreviated NSW) is the most populous (7.5Million) and the fifth largest of the 8 Australian States and Territories accounting for 10.4% of Australia’s landmass. It borders Queensland to the north, Victoria to the south and South Australia to the west. The Australian Capital Territory is an enclave within NSW. The state of New South Wales is sometimes referred to as the “First State” or “Premier State.”

Its capital city, Sydney, is the home of Australia's most recognised icons - the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney Harbour Bridge.

Sydney should not be confused as the capital of Australia, which is Canberra, located in the Australian Capital Territory, 280 km south-west of Sydney.

There are 9 tourism regions in NSW each with their own character and peculiarities and all embracing bicycle tourism.

The Snowy Mountains host the  L’Étape Australia by le Tour de France  each December.

What is the best season to visit New South Wales?

New South Wales is a large state and as such has as a very varied climate. Some regions have four distinct seasons (spring, summer, autumn and winter) others only have two.

Australia's seasons are the opposite to the northern hemisphere. December to February is summer; March to May is autumn (fall); June to August is winter; and September to November is spring.

A very useful tool for working out the best time to go bicycle touring in the different regions of New South Wales is the  climate zone model defined by the Australian Building Codes Board (ABCB) . Using climate data from the Australian Bureau of Meteorology the ABCB has divided Australia into 8 climate zones of differing climatic characteristics.

The different climate zone boundaries are aligned to the NSW local government boundaries. The planning authorities use the zones to determine the heating, cooling and insulation requirements for new buildings.

New South Wales’ tourism regions are also defined by local government boundaries so the climate zone model can easily be used to inform your decisions about the best time for your cycling tour in New South Wales.

To assist with the planning for your bike ride we have matched the climate zones with each of New South Wales’ tourism regions.

Two coloured maps of New South Wales, one beside the other. The left map shows the six climate zones experienced in New South Wales. Each zone is represented by a different colour – Sub Tropical, Arid, Warm Temperate, Mild Temperate, Cool Temperate and Alpine. The right map shows the 9 tourism regions of mainland New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory. Each region is represented by a different colour, the regions are - Sydney, Blue Mountains, Central Coast, Country NSW, Hunter Valley, North Coast, Outback NSW, Snowy Mountains and South Coast.

Climate Zone map of New South Wales and Tourism Region map of New South Wales

Zone 2 – Sub-Tropical: Distinct summer and winter seasons. Hot to very hot humid summers, mild winters - a definite ‘dry season’. Moderate to low daily temperature range which can vary significantly between regions e.g. inland to coastal.

Zone 4 – Arid: Distinct seasons with low humidity all year round. Extremely hot dry summers, cool winters. Summers commonly have hot, dry winds; winters have cold dry winds. Extreme heat in summer can exceed human comfort range. Low rainfall. 

Zone 5 – Warm Temperate: Four distinct seasons, mild winters with low humidity, hot to very hot summers with moderate humidity. Extreme heat in summer and cold in winter can exceed human comfort range. Spring and autumn are ideal for human comfort. 

Zone 6 – Mild Temperate: Four distinct seasons, mild to cool winters with low humidity, hot to very hot summers with moderate humidity. Spring and autumn are ideal for human comfort. Heat in summer and cold in winter can exceed human comfort range. 

Zone 7 – Cool Temperate:  Four distinct seasons, cold to very cold winters with majority of rainfall, hot dry summers. Comfortable spring and autumn conditions. Low humidity. High summer temperatures may exceed human comfort range. Winter can fall short of human comfort range

Zone 8 – Alpine: Four distinct seasons, cold to very cold winters with majority of rainfall and some snowfall. Winter can fall short of human comfort range. Warm to hot, dry summers. Variable spring and autumn conditions. Low humidity. 

The key is to time your cycling tour so that you are taking full advantage of the seasonal variations across the state. For example:

  • The perfect time for a bike ride through Outback NSW and the North Coast is between May and August when the Snowy Mountains are covered in snow.
  • June to August is Truffle Festival time near Canberra offering an opportunity to indulge the senses on a relaxed winter cycling tour. We suggest riding only between 10am and 3pm when the sun is at its warmest.

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Summer brings an increased likelihood of extreme heat waves where very hot days are followed by hot nights making it hard for your body to cool down. Even fit and healthy people can become very ill during these periods, therefore, if you are on a cycling tour you should avoid strenuous activity during times of extreme heat. If untreated, heat illness can lead to the more serious and potentially life-threatening condition of heat stroke. Heatwaves should not be underestimated as they cause more deaths in Australia than any other natural hazard.

All sporting organisations in Australia have hot weather guidelines that they use to determine if a sporting activity needs to be modified or cancelled during periods of hot weather.

It is not uncommon for the Tour Down Under to shorten its competitive stages and cancel the community rides during heatwave conditions .

When is the Bush Fire Danger period? 

In New South Wales summer also brings an increased risk of bush fires. If you are planning a bike ride during the bush fire season it is important that you monitor the Fire Danger Rating each day. This will help you assess your level of bush fire risk so you can plan what to do if a fire was to start near you. It is important to understand that the Fire Danger Rating IS NOT a predictor of how likely a bush fire is to occur but an indicator of how dangerous a bush fire may be if it does occur.

Australians ride and drive on the LEFT SIDE of two-way roads.

Under the Australian Road Rules a bicycle is considered a vehicle and as such cyclists have the same responsibilities and rights as other road users. Some road rules are specific to bicycles and these vary between the states.

An explanation of the road rules and how they apply to cyclists in New South Wales can be found here . 

A triptych of 3 photos. Left – two female cyclists ride on a gravel road, blue sky. Middle – 4 riders on a bicycle tour stand beside their bikes in front of the red brick and domed Goulburn Court House, blue skies. Right, Two bike tourers in red tops and white helmets on a sealed road, long yellow/gold grass, white clouds, blue skies.

Biking tour destinations in NSW. Left – Mulligans Flat Road near Gundaroo. Middle – Historic Goulburn Court House. Right – Grabben Gullen Road near Gunning.

Mulga has a full calendar of supported Australian cycling tours that fit with the seasons and optimum touring times. Tours vary in length from 3 to 12 days with daily distances averaging 70km.

Every Mulga tour is achievable by the average cyclist with the focus on enjoying each day, not stacking up the kilometres or racing the clock. Our goal is to soak in the scenery, marvel at fascinating stories, then recharge the batteries with a good feed and a good rest.

To see our calendar of guided Australian cycling tours please go here .

Mulga Tours offers the following supported cycling tours within New South Wales.

If none of these bicycle tours suit, or a tour in which you are interested is not currently scheduled, feel free to Contact Us and we’ll work with you to provide a customised or private alternative.

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Bicycle tour of NSW and Canberra's Enlighten Festival

This bike tour of Canberra and surrounding New South Wales is extra special. Why? Because it coincides with the renowned Enlighten Festival. You'll see Canberra in a whole new light. Ride, Eat, See and Explore.

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Capital Country Floriade

This glorious spring experience combines the delights of Canberra, including a visit to the world-class Floriade festival, with an invigorating cycle tour through the spectacular scenery and historic townships of South East NSW.

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Capital Country 3 Day Floriade

Join us for the last three days of our Floriade 2018 tour and enjoy the scenery and tranquillity as you cycle from Canberra to Goulburn. Rest in charming country towns each night, then put your feet up for the transfer back to Canberra.

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Cairns To Karumba Across Cape York Bike Ride

A Queensland cycling adventure like no other. A 10-day bike tour from Cairns to Karumba, complete with plenty of spectacular scenery, intriguing wildlife & plenty of fascinating stories to keep you company.

Two wine glasses sit on the sand with the sun setting behind them. This is how we conclude our Cairns to Karumba bike ride.

Three Rivers

Experience the beauty of the Kiewa, Ovens and King rivers and valleys. Appreciate the delicious food, local wineries and breweries, and learn about the region’s intriguing history on this 8-day biking tour.

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Three Rivers and a Waterfall

This is a special version of our Three Rivers tour, offering two-night stays in each of four unique locations. Enjoy delicious food and wine, immerse yourself in the natural beauty of North-East Victoria.

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Bike Tours in New South Wales & the ACT

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Australia's New South Wales (NSW) and ACT (Australia Capital Territory) offer diverse and captivating bike tours for global cyclists and travellers.

  • The Hunter Valley hosts popular tours through its scenic vineyards, blending cycling with wine tastings.
  • The South Coast's Grand Pacific Drive provides breathtaking coastal rides.
  • Central West regional lying based around the tours go Dubbo, Gulgong and the Mudgee wine region
  • The Northern Rivers and Tweed region will, in coming years, boast the state's longest rail trail - of which the first section is already open. There are several other routes also used here to make for great cycle touring.
  • Sydney's urban bike tours explore iconic landmarks like the Harbour Bridge and Opera House, providing a dynamic encounter with the city's vibrant culture.
  • Tours around Canberra, the nation's capital and home of many major Australian museums and cultural landmarks

Typically, these organised cycle tours cater to a wide range of participants and cycling abilities.

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Cycling Tour NSW South Coast

Duration: 4 Days

Grade: Easy

From $1,150

A stunning coastal getaway

The New South Wales south coast is famous for raw, uncrowded beaches, whale watching and quaint country towns.  Explore this coastal gem using the scenic cycling paths that follow the coastline, whilst having all the logistics looked after for you.

This cycling tour is an easy self-guided 4-day/3 night ride along the beautiful south coast of NSW.  Within each reach of Sydney, starting in the beautiful beachside suburb of Thirroul and following the coast south to the dramatic headland and lighthouse in Kiama. The route is primarily flat and runs mainly along cycle paths, and there is plenty to see and do along the way.

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What We Love About this Cycling Tour NSW South Coast:

Apart from the joy of cycling the incredible coastal paths, we also love:

• Watching out for whales and dolphins along the coast.

• Swimming at the beaches and unique beach pools dotted on route.

• Dining on freshly cooked fish and chips on a beachside picnic after a day of gentle cycling.

• Visiting the Nan Tien Temple, the largest Buddhist Temple in the Southern Hemisphere.

• Cycling the picturesque Lake Illawarra and the sparkling blue waters of Windang Beach.

• Enjoying the waterside accommodation and the sound of the sea in the evenings.

What Is Included in Your NSW South Coast Tour

This package is great value when you consider the inclusions

• 3 night accommodation in quality properties all with ensuite

• 3 x breakfasts with hot drinks (tea/coffee)

• Printed detailed itinerary, marked maps and ride notes,

• Bike locks, handlebar panniers, extra rear pannier if required

• All luggage transfers

• On call support throughout

• Environmentally friendly cycling water bottles.

• Lightweight fair trade cycling t-shirts

• Personal face mask

• Personal hand sanitiser bottle

Bikes Quality adult and/or children's bikes & helmets are available for hire or you can BYO.

E-Bikes are now also available (small additional fee see below) by prior arrangement.

See prices on the calendar below or contact Tour de Vines to check availability.

This is a self-guided tour so can be enjoyed on any day or date, subject only to accommodation availability.

Prices below are a guide only and subject to change (note there is a $100 surcharge for any tours booked that include or shoulder with an Australia or NSW public holiday).

  • Single $A1470
  • Double or Twin share $A1150 per person
  • Group of 6 or more $A1050 per person (double/twin share made as a single booking)
  • Bike hire Hybrid $A 150
  • E-bike hire $A 250

Luggage Transfers & Support Whilst you enjoy the freedom of cycling self guided, support is never far away. A local team is available as and when required and will transfer your luggage daily to your accommodation. If you have issues with your hire bikes, or inclement weather arrives our support will be there for you, so you can rest easy knowing help is at hand, and enjoy your surroundings and experience.

COVID Compliant COVID Safe Practices apply to this tour, specifically:

  • All guests are provided with face masks to be worn when in common areas and on any bus transfers
  • All guests are provided with personal hand sanitiser for usage during the tour
  • All equipment is sanitised pre and post every use including bikes and bus surfaces
  • Venues visited (eg accommodation) adhere to COVID safe hygiene and social distancing rules (when last checked)

Why Travel with Tour de Vines? Tour de Vines has been awarded Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence in 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 and recently 2020, so you can be assured of great service and wonderful tour inclusions and value.

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Tour de Vines is a member of the Australian Tourism Export Council

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Easy riding, great track from Thirroul and so many gorgeous beaches.  Windang was such a surprise and the beach is stunning, recommend getting there early to enjoy this little paradise.  So many cafes and restaurants along the way made it easy, and the accommodation was spot on.  What a great trip!

Jenny R, Sydney, Sept 2020

Itinerary at a Glance

Make your way to Thirroul (drive or train) and be met for luggage collection and bike handover, and ride the coastal bike path to Wollongong for an easy intro day. Overnight at seaside Novotel North Beach in Wollongong.  

Cycling distance 16kms + swim!

Savour the ocean scenery, spot whales and dolphins, visit the largest Buddhist temple in the southern hemisphere and ride the shores of Illawarra Lake on this fantastic day of cycling. Overnight in seaside cabins in Windang. 

Cycling 25kms easy. 

Our cliffside ride to Kiama does go up and down some hills, but well worth the small effort for the sublime views.  Swim, picnic, fish and chips an fresh ocean air.  Overnight in 4 star in Kiama. 

Cycling 25kms

Wander around lovely Kiama. We will make arrangements to meet to collect hire bikes.  Kiama Station is close by for your return journey (ask about private transfers if preferred).  It is about 1hr back to Thirroul or 2 hrs back to Sydney.

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Frequently asked questions, what bikes are available (e-bikes).

Quality adult and/or children's bikes & helmets are available for hire or you can BYO.

E-Bikes are now also available (small additional fee) by prior arrangement.

See prices online when booking or contact Tour de Vines to check availability.

What accommodation is used?

Accommodation does vary depending on dates, group size and any special requirements. 

As a guide we use the following:

  • Wollongong: Novotel North Beach or similar
  • Windang: Barrack Point Holiday Cabins or similar
  • Kiama:  Kiama Shores or similar

Is this tour suitable for kids/families?

Absolutely yes, this itinerary is ideal for families and kids. 

Limited children's equipment is available so please check with us before booking, or you can BYO your kids bikes and/or trailers. 

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Welcome to Australian Cycle Tours, specialists in quality self-guided , supported , and guided cycling experiences in a selection of the most beautiful regions in Australia . 

Being locals, we’ve developed cycling itineraries in the special places of Australia which not only lend themselves to cycle touring, but, which define the quintessential spirit of the landscapes, towns and folk of the region. These Australian bike trips are tailored for those seeking an immersive travel experience with special interests, budgets and time constraints central to our planning. 

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How ccbug began.....

Two cycling commuters had a friendly conversation about cycling on the NSW Central Coast on a Hornsby train platform in late 2012. Soon after, a handful of Central Coast cyclists got together over coffee to talk about the issues for bicycle users in the region. Following a series of informal gatherings the Central Coast Bicycle Users Group (CCBUG) was incorporated, and affiliated with Bicycle NSW , in March 2013.

Since its inception CCBUG has also grown into a large riding and social group, both online and offline, whilst retaining the original advocacy objective as a primary focus.

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CCBUG Members enjoying great company and food after a fun ride together (Photo: CCBUG)

Shake off those winter blues

CCBUG is inviting all adventure seekers on two wheels to warm up and shake off the winter blues by joining the 2024 CCBUG Tour de Central Coast!

Tour de Central Coast is a true celebration of the gorgeous Central Coast while adding the excitement of the “other tour” (Tour de France)!

Bicycle riding lovers have been joining from the prelude on 29th June, and continuing on through the Grand Depart on 30th and to the end of the Tour de France on 21st July. Scheduled rides are allowing enthusiasts to join CCBUG on one or many of their fun and safe rides around the Coast, along with short excursions to neighbouring regions just like the “other tour.”

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The camaraderie and joy that all Members share on CCBUG rides is undeniable (Photo: CCBUG)

CCBUG have thought of everything and there is really something on offer for everyone.

Rides include easier rides like Woy Woy to Gosford and Tuggerah to the Entrance; medium rides like Brisbane Water Loop, Tuggerah Lake Loop, Terrigal to Norah Head, and Tuggerah to Yarramalong; and more challenging rides like BIGish Loop, Somersby to Greengrove, Woy Woy to PitS and more.

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CCBUG Members enjoy a socially inclusive experience no matter the destination (Photo: CCBUG)

Join CCBUG  just for the fun, for the health benefits that bicycling provides, for the coffee and cake , for the inclusive and friendly social atmosphere and for safety in numbers.

As a bonus you will automatically be in with a chance to win* a coveted CCBUG Yellow jersey, one of the CCBUG blue jerseys or polos or bicycle shop vouchers!

Now there aren't very many offers better than that.

Rides are published on the CCBUG Facebook page and Members group as Events, and on the Bicycle NSW Rides calendar.

*To win a prize you must be a financial member of CCBUG. Each TdCC ride you join and signon to gives you 1 point during weekdays and a bonus point on weekends. Plus an extra point for each ride you join wearing a CCBUG jersey or polo (get yours now!). For full terms & conditions refer to the TdCC post on the CCBUG Facebook page.

For more information on the CCBUG Tour de Central Coast including rides please checkout the CCBUG Facebook page www.facebook.com/CentralCoastBicycleUserGroup , email  [email protected] or call Alan on 0414-538977 or Janice on 0438-688722.

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CCBUG Members on a overseas riding escape (Photo: CCBUG)

Before you go!

Why not join your local  BUG  and benefit from local guided group rides in your area and regional tours?

Then, if you’re not already,  sign up as a Bicycle NSW  Member  today! This will ensure we have the funds to focus on critical bicycle related issues through working closely with all levels of governments to  make NSW better for bicycle riding . You will also ride easy, covered by our  comprehensive insurance  and enjoy many other  Member-only benefits .

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He’s In! Jonas Vingegaard Will Race the 2024 Tour de France

The two-time yellow jersey winner is on Visma-Lease a Bike’s roster for the big event—along with Wout van Aert and Sepp Kuss.

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Vingegaard has been training at altitude for the past few weeks, and according to the team’s statement , he said, “I am excited to start the Tour. The last few months have not always been easy, but I thank my family and Team Visma | Lease a Bike for their unwavering support. We have worked together to get to this moment, and of course, I am very excited to see where I stand. I feel good and very motivated.”

The team’s Sporting Director, Merijn Zeeman, said, “I am very proud of Jonas and the coaching team. He is coming back from a serious injury. In the last few weeks, he has shown what a champion he is, both mentally and physically. Of course, we don't know how far he can go yet. We are being cautious because he has not been able to race, and his preparation has been less than ideal, to say the least. But he will be there, healthy and motivated.”

Joining Vingegaard at the Tour will be nine-time stage winner Wout van Aert, who is also recovering from a serious injury following a crash in Dwars door Vlaanderen . Van Aert said, “I am really looking forward to the Tour de France. Of course, this was not the plan initially, but after my development in the last weeks, I really wanted it, and the team agreed. Our main goal is, of course, to ride a top classification with Jonas. I want to contribute to that with an excellent team.”

The rest of the Visma-Lease a Bike team for the Tour de France will include Sepp Kuss , Tiesj Benoot, Wilco Kelderman, Matteo Jorgenson, Christophe Laporte, and Jan Tratnik. If everyone stays upright and healthy, this is a very balanced team that could do a lot in this Tour, which is exactly what everyone wanted to see. In fact, Tadej Pogačar has already “liked” the social media post by Visma-Lease a Bike announcing their team.

The team also released a special edition Renaissance jersey for the Tour, which is very different from their traditional yellow and black. Let the games begin!

Micah Ling is a freelance writer who lives in the mountains of Colorado. She splits her free time between mountain biking and trail running.

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‘Fraud’: Jerry Seinfeld hit with hecklers again on Aussie tour

Jerry Seinfeld was heckled again onstage as he continued his Australian tour, but the comedian was quick to retaliate.

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Jerry Seinfeld was heckled again onstage as he continued his Australian tour.

Days after he was confronted by pro-Palestinian protesters at his stand-up gig at Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney, the American comedian was met with a similar response while performing at the ICC Sydney Theatre on Tuesday evening.

The 70-year-old’s gig was disrupted by two men who stood up and waved the Palestinian flag as they chanted “free Palestine” from the crowd, while also calling the star a “hack” and a “fraud”.

Their protest was met with boos from the audience before Seinfeld called out the men as security zeroed in.

Jerry Seinfeld was once again heckled at his Sydney show at the ICC Sydney Theatre.

“You’re doing great. You’re getting them on your side, can you hear it? It’s working,” Seinfeld sarcastically told the culprits, as captured in footage shared on Twitter by The Australian Jewish Association .

“You have strong political feelings but you don’t know where to say them,” he continued. “You think that ruining the night – it doesn’t affect me. All these people, you’re ruining their night.”

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Security could be seen zeroing in on the activists.

Seinfeld was similarly heckled at his Sydney show on Sunday when an activist yelled “free Palestine” from the audience, which caused the funnyman to respond, “Get out of here.”

“We have a genius, ladies and gentlemen. He solved the Middle East. He solved it,” the comedian joked amid the disruption.

Jerry Seinfeld’s epic comeback to heckler at Sydney show

“It’s the Jewish comedians, that’s who we have to get. They’re the ones doing everything.

“They’re going to start punching you in three seconds so I would try and get all your genius out so we all learn from you.

“It’s a comedy show, you moron. Get out of here.”

The activist was kicked out of the show by security but did not relent in chanting, “Palestine will be free.”

Seinfeld was all smiles when he stepped out for some shopping in Sydney on June 17. Picture: MEDIA-MODE.COM

But the show must go on and Seinfeld continued his set as the man was taken away, all while the audience chanted, “Jerry! Jerry! Jerry!”

“Imagine if this guy actually did solve the conflict,” he told the crowd, before addressing the man directly: “You’re really influencing everyone here. We’re all on your side now because you have made your point so well and in the right venue. You’ve come to the right place for political conversation.”

“Tomorrow we will read in the paper: Middle East 100 per cent solved thanks to man at the Qudos Arena stopping Jew comedian,” he added.

The comedian is best known for his hit comedy series Seinfeld, which also starred Jason Alexander, Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Michael Richards.

Seinfeld has faced public backlash over his open support for Israel as it continues to wage war in Gaza since October.

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Two days after the attack, he wrote an “I Stand With Israel” post on his Instagram account.

“I lived and worked on a Kibbutz in Israel when I was 16 and I have loved our Jewish homeland ever since,” he wrote in a caption.

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Tao Geoghegan Hart of US-based Lidl-Trek team to miss Tour de France due to illness and injury

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FLORENCE, Italy (AP) — Tao Geoghegan Hart will miss the Tour de France because of a fractured rib sustained during the Criterium du Dauphine and a bout with COVID-19 that he contracted after the race, the U.S.-based Lidl-Trek team said Friday.

Geoghegan Hart was expected to lead Lidl-Trek’s overall ambitions at the Tour, which begins June 29, after coming over to the team from Ineos Grenadiers. But the former winner of the Giro d’Italia was hit from behind during the Dauphine and involved in a massive crash during the fifth stage, which left him with injured ribs.

Geoghegan Hart, who had been trying to round back into form after fracturing his hip during last year’s Giro, also said on social media that he had tested positive for COVID-19 for five consecutive days.

Trek-Lidl is expected to turn to former world champion Mads Pedersen to lead its squad during the Tour de France.

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13 june 2024, more cycling paths on the way as council backs new bike plan.

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Parramatta's bike paths are about to undergo one of its biggest expansions with an updated bike plan setting out future paths to transform the entire City’s network.

The Parramatta Bike Plan 2024 has been endorsed by Council following months of consultation across the LGA. Community feedback highlighted the importance of delivering a safe and accessible network of cycle paths across Parramatta. 

The plan will help deliver almost 20 kilometres of new bike paths from now until 2027 with a greater focus on safety and education, improved accessibility and connectivity, more lighting, bins, bike parking, shade and bathroom facilities, and better signage.

City of Parramatta Lord Mayor Cr Pierre Esber said it’s a 5–10-year plan providing the right infrastructure for cyclists.

“Parramatta wants to embrace active transport across our City,” Cr Esber said.

“More and more of us are jumping on our bikes to get around and we want to encourage more people to get out of the car and onto a bike to get to work, school and to go shopping.

“Council has set a target to increase bike transportation to at least 5% of all work trips, and 10% of those ending in Parramatta CBD by 2043 and the Bike Plan helps us achieve this goal.

“Plus, it’s a great opportunity to see all the exciting new infrastructure such as Alfred Street Bridge, which was officially opened in October 2023.”

More than 3000 people viewed the draft Bike Plan with 800 comments provided in the feedback.

The 2024 Plan is a major update to the 2017 version and responds to significant changes with land use, new cycling infrastructure such as the Carlingford to Parramatta Active Transport link, increased population, and changes to NSW Government policies.  

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