Bikes - Sunreef

Bike Hire

Bike Hire

Day hire price: $20 per hour, $50 for day hire (9am to 4pm)

Overnight hire prices: One day overnight (24 hours) $100. Each additional day $50. 

Bike accessories:

– Child seat for one child (Max. weight 22kg) No additional charge

– Child trailer for two children (Max. weight 45kg) No additional charge

Locals discount: Book 1 hour, get the 2nd hour free within the same session. Offer cannot be redeemed online, you must contact us with proof of address to redeem.

Bike helmets are included, we have adjustable adult and children sizes available. Bike locks also are included.

There are a number of bike paths around the Sunshine Coast that are scenic and have beautiful spots to visit. Take the whole family along to see the Sunshine Coast at your own pace comfortably and peacefully along the coastal pathway.

We can provide you with recommendations of places to stop whether you are after food, shops, or just sightseeing.

Pick up/Drop off times

Monday – Saturday 9 am to 5 pm

Sunday 9 am to 4 pm

Earlier times will need to be pre-booked and are not always available, please call us to organize. 

We may be able to organize a delivery to local resorts for an additional price of $20. If you are located outside of Mooloolaba, additional delivery costs may incur.

Bike hirers please read

Each participant will be required to fill out a Sunreef Hire Bike Waiver before you start. You can fill this out beforehand or while you’re in the shop.

Please make sure to read through the Road Rules before you ride!

In the event of a bicycle or equipment being lost, stolen, or damaged, charges are as follows:

Bicycle $450.

Punctured tire $40.

Buckled wheel $(repair or replacement cost).

Basket $50.

Helmet $32.

Lock or key $25.

Scratches on frame $25 per scratch.

Cleaning fee $25 per bike.

Penalty fee of $90 per bike if ridden on the beach.

 If leaving the bicycle unattended it must be secured with the lock through the frame to an unmoveable object.

The lessee must call Sunreef if any damage occurs and can request the deliver of a replacement, or inability to unlock a bike. A charge will be applicable for replacement bike delivery or call out fee. Lessee agrees to pay for any and all damage of rented bicycle(s). Charges will be paid for with the deposit, cash or credit card used in the deposit.

The owners, management and staff of Sunreef Hire as well as The Wharf Mooloolaba marine services reserves the right to refuse, cancel or stop any hire at any time without a refund if a person does not adhere to these rules, or is negligent, remiss, not confident or a potential danger to themselves, other persons or property.

Parking: The Wharf complex has 4 hour parking available, however you will need to find suitable parking for the tour you are on as some of our trips will be over 4 hours. There are some unlimited parking spaces available outside of The Wharf Mooloolaba / SEA Life car park, however please keep in mind especially if you are on an 11:30 am or later trip that parking can get very busy. Please give yourself at least 15-20 minutes for parking. You can find a parking map of The Wharf Mooloolaba here.

Book your bike hire using our live calendar below

Queensland Road Rules

As a bicycle rider, you are riding a “legal” vehicle. You have the same rights and responsibilities as any other vehicle on the road. As such, cyclists are required to obey the road rules, including stopping at red lights or Stop signs, Giving Way as indicated by signage and giving hand signals when changing direction.

Key road rules applying to cyclists include:

All riders must wear a helmet, which is provided by the lessor. Alternatively their own helmet. Police will fine cyclists who ride without a helmet.

Cyclists are not permitted to double a passenger unless the bicycle can properly carry a second person, i.e. a tandem bicycle or a child seat.

Night cycling is not permitted as the bicycles are not fitted with lights.

Cyclists can ride in bus, transit and bicycle lanes.

In Queensland, cyclists can ride on footpaths (unless prohibited by a sign), but must keep left and give way to pedestrians.

Cyclists can ride two abreast, but must remain within 1.5m of each other.

While riding on roads, cyclists are required to use bicycle lanes where provided unless impractical to do so.

Obey all traffic lights. Cyclists can ride on the shoulder or traffic lane.

Cyclists can overtake other vehicles on the left unless they are signalling and turning left.

Cyclists must dismount and walk across pedestrian crossings and signed crossings.

Cyclists can turn right from either the right or left hand lane of a multi-lane roundabout as they are changing lanes.

Cyclists can make hook turns at an intersection.

These rules are supplied as a service only. If in any doubt please contact the relevant authority.

For further information in Queensland, please call the State Cycle and Pedestrian Area on (07) 3253 4386, or visit their website