Our packages and Starting times
Segway and Dine Package
Thursday through to Sundays (and daily in January)
10:30 am – 12.00pm (followed by complimentary lunch platter, pizza & glass of wine, beer or soft drink with the ).
The Segway Only Package
Available daily all year round at 10:30 am
Geelong Waterfront Segway Tours
Available daily at 2:30pm
These can be arranged in AEST and will commence at 5pm unless a mutually agreed time is arranged. It is a Segway Only Package.
Phone Tim : 0433675680
Design Your Own Package
Contact Tim to design a package that suits your needs.
Participants need to arrive 10 minutes before scheduled times. Failing to arrive in time for a scheduled experience will inconvenience others and you may miss the tour altogether. All tours begin at 11am unless an alternative time has been arranged with Tim.
Age & weight restrictions
- Age and weight restrictions require participants to weigh between 40 – 115 kilograms.
- A parent or authorised adult should accompany any person under the age of 18 and a parent/guardian must sign a tour participation and indemnity form on their behalf.
- The MINIMUM age to ride a segway with Segway Geelong is 12
- The effects of injury to people above 70 means that you should consider the risks associated with a fall.As with any rider, all riders will be trained prior to a tour. The tour leader has the responsibility to ensure the safety of all members of the tour and reserves the right to refuse to take on a tour anyone who does not demonstrate competence and confidence after the training and practice.
- Weather conditions. If extreme weather conditions disrupt start times we may need to reschedule your session. If this is known in advance we will contact you at least two hours prior to your scheduled experience departure time.
A Segway is a 2 wheeled transportation vehicle driven by electric motors, and reaches speeds of up to 20 km/h.
To go forward or go faster, a user shifts their weight forward on the platform, and to go slower or to stop, the user shifts their weight backward. Gyroscopic sensors and fluid-based levelling sensors detect the weight shift.
To turn, the user presses the handlebar to the left or the right