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Stewart Island Electric Bike Hire

Welcome to Stewart Island Electric Bike Hire!

Escape to the pristine wilderness of Stewart Island, New Zealand’s third-largest island and a haven for nature enthusiasts.

We are thrilled to offer you a unique and eco-friendly way to explore this stunning paradise – our electric bike rental service!

Immerse yourself in the natural beauty of Stewart Island as you glide through its enchanting landscapes effortlessly. Whether you’re an avid cyclist or a leisurely adventurer, our electric bikes are the perfect companion for your island exploration.

With their powerful motors and long-lasting batteries, you can easily conquer any terrain. 

Discover hidden gems and breathtaking viewpoints that few tourists get to experience. Embrace the tranquillity of the island and spot the abundant wildlife that calls Stewart Island home.

Our electric bikes allow you to cover more ground, giving you ample opportunities to take in the breathtaking vistas and capture those picture-perfect moments.

Safety is our top priority, and our electric bikes are regularly maintained to ensure a smooth and secure ride. Our friendly team is always on hand to provide safety tips, trail recommendations, and a map to help you confidently navigate the island.

Whether you’re seeking solitude amidst nature or a group of friends and family looking for an unforgettable adventure together, Stewart Island Electric Bike Hire has the perfect bike for you.

We offer flexible rental options to cater to your needs, including hourly, daily, and multi-day rentals.

Start your extraordinary journey on Stewart Island today with our electric bike rentals. Let the gentle hum of the motor and the whispering breeze guide you through an unforgettable experience.

Book your electric bike now and prepare for an eco-friendly, stimulating, and soul-stirring adventure on Stewart Island – where nature’s wonders await your exploration!

Stewart Island E-Bike Rental Options:

E-Bike Hire Morning or Afternoon

Four Hours:  $69


E-Bike Hire + Ulva Island

Eight Hours:  $114


Bike Hire – E-Bike with Child Seat

Four Hours:   $60


Some popular biking trails on Stewart Island that you can

explore on your Stewart Island E-Bike Rental

  1. Oban Township: Begin your journey in the charming township of Oban, where you can explore local cafes and galleries and immerse yourself in the island’s warm hospitality.
  2. Ulva Island: Save some energy by using an ebike to get to Golden Bay wharf . You can lock the bikes up here and hop on the ferry to Ulva island for a couple hours of exploring . (Please note no bikes are allowed on Ulva island)
  3. Horseshoe Bay: Enjoy the tranquil beauty of Horseshoe Bay, a picturesque beach perfect for a relaxing break or a refreshing swim.
  4. Lee Bay: Accessible by bike, Lee Bay offers stunning views, serene surroundings, and a chance to spot the local wildlife.
    Park up and enjoy a short walk to little river via the rakiura track starting at the lee bay carpark.
  5. Kaipipi Bay: Pedal your way to Kaipipi Bay, known for its crystal-clear waters and opportunities for birdwatching and beachcombing.
  6. Mill Creek: Discover the lush forest and cascading waterfalls along the Mill Creek track, a favourite among nature enthusiasts.
  7. Observation Rock: Conquer the hill to the iconic Observation Rock, where you’ll be rewarded with a breathtaking panorama of the island’s isthmus.
  8. Ackers Cottage: Acker’s Cottage is one of the first stone houses on Stewart Island. The cottage was placed on the Heritage New Zealand list of historic places.
  9. Wohlers Monument: A monument to Reverend Wohlers, an early missionary, is situated not far from this point. Carry on past the. Ringaringa Beach lookout 

These are just a few of the many stunning places on Stewart Island. Visitors can easily access these areas and create fun times in this natural paradise with your electric bike rental.



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