Your Darwin airport transfer will take you directly to our joining hotel, ready for an early start tomorrow. Today you will meet your crew for your tour briefing and welcome dinner.
Today’s ride will see us depart Darwin for a three hour ride into the heart of Australia’s largest national park of Kakadu.
A full day is spent in Kakadu allowing us time to explore the park.
Riding south we reach the sub tropical town of Katherine where we shall visit the amazing 20 million year old Nitmiluk National Park (Katherine Gorge).
Today will see us continue south through Daly Waters and onto the fascinating Newcastle Waters with its hotel made of abandoned windmills. Our destination is Tennant Creek.
We shall visit one of the territories most recognizable rock formations the Devils Marbles and the quirky Barrow Creek Hotel before arriving in the heart of Australia at Alice Springs.
A free day to explore “the Alice”.
Paved roads will lead us to one of the territories most spectacular sights, the Kings Canyon.
It’s a half-day ride from Kings Canyon to one of the world’s greatest natural attractions, Uluru or Ayers Rock.
A full day is spent at the rock allowing us time to ride out to the impressive Olgas, enjoy a walking track to the Valley of the Winds, or take advantage of one of the many optional excursions
available; ride a camel, catch a helicopter or join a cultural tour.
Today we cross into South Australia and ride into the mulga scrublands that this region is noted for. We spend the night at the opal mining capital of the world Coober Pedy where over half the population lives underground, as is our hotel.
We start the day off with an opal mine tour, with a fascinating demonstration of how the opal is extracted. Leaving Coober Pedy after lunch we hit the road to Australia’s smallest town, William Creek.
Today we ride along the Oodnadatta Track and can take a dip in the natural warm water spa at Coward Springs before riding onto Marree for our overnight stop.
Leaving Marree we reach paved roads again and ride south to Rawnsley Park Station located on the southern end of the Flinders Ranges National Park.
Today we will explore the wonderful Flinders Ranges National Park via a number of scenic on and off road tracks.
Riding south we travel through the scenic Clare Valley before reaching Australia’s foremost wine region the Barossa Valley. We overnight in Lyndoch.
Leaving Lyndoch we ride the beautiful Adelaide Hills, a biker’s paradise. As we reach the coast we enter a world of lagoons, sand dunes and lakes as we ride through the beautiful Coorong National Park before reaching our stay at Robe.
We leave South Australia as we cross into Victoria and enter a world of forests, fern gullies, creeks, lakes and swampland as we ride through the 400 million year old Grampians National Park. We stop in Halls Gap for the night.
Today we ride onto one of the world’s finest coastal rides, the Great Ocean Road. We will overnight in Port Campbell.
Our last day shall see us ride the legendary Great Ocean Road, stopping at the iconic 12 Apostles, Loch Ard Gorge and many other viewpoints, before riding into the vibrant city of Melbourne.
Spend some time in Melbourne or fly home, the choice is yours.