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Welcome to Wild Ride The Ultimate Harley Davidson & Trike Tour Company!

Get ready for the ride of a lifetime with Wild Ride , the premier Harley Davidson & Trike tour company in Sydney. We specialize in providing adrenaline-pumping, wind-in-your-hair experiences that will leave you craving more.

Explore Sydney like never before as you roar down iconic coastal roads, wind through picturesque valleys, and soak in the breathtaking scenery of Australia's most vibrant city — all from the back of one of our a legendary Harley Davidson motorcycles or three wheel trikes!

Why Choose Wild Ride For You Harley Adventure?

  • Unforgettable Experiences : Whether you're a seasoned rider or a first-time adventurer, our expert guides will tailor each tour to suit your preferences, ensuring an experience that's as unique as you are
  • Top-of-the-Line Fleet : Our fleet of meticulously maintained motorcycles ensures a smooth and exhilarating ride every time. Choose from a variety of models
  • Stunning Scenery : From the rugged cliffs of the Royal National Park to the sweeping vistas of the Blue Mountains, our carefully crafted routes showcase the natural beauty of Sydney and its surrounding areas
  • Safety First : Your safety is our top priority. Our experienced guides are trained to provide a secure and enjoyable riding experience, allowing you to relax and focus on the thrill of the open road
  • Customized Tours : Want to design your own adventure? We offer fully customizable tours that cater to your schedule, interests, and skill level. Whether you're planning a solo ride, a romantic getaway, or a group excursion, we'll work with you to create the perfect itinerary

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Welcome To Trike Trips

We are a small operation that provides trike and American big V twin motorcycle tours in Sydney Australia and its surrounding areas. Trike Trips offer a unique, safe and exciting way for people of all ages to be taken on a fun ride to remember. Private or corporate tours available. Birthdays, anniversaries, promotional work, weddings, formals and surprise pickups. Tours arranged to suit your requirements. Why not surprise some one with a customised ‘Gift Voucher’.   Think outside the square and give someone special, something a little different. It’s FUN , It’s SAFE and it’s a perfect way to spend a day.  Ride to places near or far, the choice is yours. Ask about a video to remember your Trike Trips Tour. Call 0412 166 992 for details.

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Top 5 easy day trips from Sydney

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Sure, Sydney has enough going on to make even the most hardened traveler consider selling up and sticking down roots here, but step out a little further and you’ll soon discover that this entire region of Australia brims with breathtaking natural beauty, Aboriginal and colonial history and plenty of domestic critters to spot. 

The Blue Mountains draw walkers for their epic bush-clad vistas and hidden valleys with prehistoric forests. You'll find the Hawkesbury River region and Sydney's south Royal National Park both offer spectacular walking with water views. The Central Coast stretches north with uncrowded surf beaches and inlets rich with sea birds. And the Hunter Valley is blessed with leafy country roads dotted with producers of fine wine, chocolates and cheese. 

These are the best day trips from Sydney.

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Hike rainforests and waterfalls in the Blue Mountains

Travel time: 1.5-2 hours by car, 2 hours by train

The cool haze that gives the World Heritage-listed Blue Mountains their name comes from a fine mist of oil exuded by huge eucalyptuses. There are eight connected conservation areas here rising to 1100m (3609ft), with lush rainforests and epic waterfalls that can be explored on well-marked hikes (of varying lengths). 

You’ll also have the opportunity to gain insights into the mountains' importance to their traditional Aboriginal custodians by taking a guided tour. These are the homelands of six Aboriginal groups: the Darug, Gundungurra, Wiradjuri, Wanaruah, Darkinjung and Tharawal. You’ll see one of the best showcases of Aboriginal rock art in the region at Red Hand Caves near Glenbook. 

Trees form a dense canopy across a landscape of deep, and sometimes inaccessible, valleys and chiseled sandstone outcrops. In fact, some valleys are so hard to reach, a species of tree once considered extinct, the Wollemi pine, was rediscovered in a valley here in 1994. 

The three most popular walking areas for day trippers are the Jamison Valley, south of Katoomba , the Grose Valley, north of Blackheath, and the Wentworth Falls area. Some top choices include the Giant Stairway and the Grand Canyon Walk. Do take note: these ravines can be surprisingly cool throughout the year, so bring a warm layer.

How to get to the Blue Mountains from Sydney: Hourly trains to Katoomba take two hours from Sydney's Central Station. You can then walk from here, or catch the Blue Mountains Explorer Bus to tour the region, with options ranging from one-hour tours to all-day hop-on-hop-off tickets to see it all.

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Get hiking, canoeing and photographing Royal National Park 

Travel time: 1 hour by car, two hours via train and ferry

To Sydney's south, the  Royal National Park  protects 15,091 hectares (3,7290 acres) over a 32km (20 miles) stretch of beautiful coast. It is also one of the world's oldest national parks – declared in 1879. As well as secluded beaches, sea cliffs, heathlands and forest, the park protects a cornucopia of Australian animals including wallabies, lyrebirds and raucous flocks of yellow-tailed black cockatoos. 

Audley, at the junction of Kangaroo Creek and the Hacking River, is home to the main visitors center and is the perfect place to pick up park maps, have a picnic or hire a canoe to get out on the river. There are a number of walks to tackle in the park including the fabulous 26km (16 miles) Coast Track, but unless you’re Usain Bolt, you will only have time to complete one of the shorter marked trails during a day trip.

The park is also home to the Insta-famous Figure Eight Pools , a series of figure of eight-shaped tidal pools near Burning Palms Beach. Visible only at low tide, it’s a two-hour hike to the rock shelf so try to arrive in the morning and only visit when it’s safe to do so – freak waves can (and do!) wipe out visitors. Check the National Park website for details.

How to get to the Royal National Park from Sydney: The easiest way to visit is by car ($12 per vehicle per day). For public transport take the train to Cronulla (45-60 minutes) Sydney's Central Station, where Cronulla Ferries travel hourly to Bundeena (45 mins). 

See Aboriginal rock art and birdlife in Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park

Travel time: 1 hour by car, 2 hours by bus

The majestic Hawkesbury River flows to the ocean past honeycomb-colored cliffs, historic townships and into quiet bays and inlets. It passes through a series of national parks, including the spectacular Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park . Declared in 1894, its name comes from its original inhabitants, the Guringai people. Remnants of pre-colonial Aboriginal life are visible today thanks to the preservation of more than 800 sites, including rock paintings, middens and cave art.

For information about Ku-ring-gai and walks in the area stop by the NSW National Parks & Wildlife Service information center at Bobbin Head  (accessible by car). There’s also a marina, picnic areas, a cafe and a boardwalk leading through mangroves here.

Further inland, t​he riverside hamlet of Wisemans Ferry (yes that’s the town’s name) spills over a bow of the Hawkesbury River. It’s another perfect spot to access the Hawkesbury, and its natural environs rich with bird life like kookaburras and sea eagles.

The surrounding area retains remnants of the convict-built Great North Road, originally constructed to link Sydney with the Hunter Valley and now part of UNESCO's Australian Convict Sites World Heritage listing . As well as walks, consider booking a boat tour or hire a kayak and get out on the river. Even better if you have the time, do as Sydney locals love to do and stay longer on a houseboat.

How to get to Hawkesbury River from Sydney:  Take the train from Central Station to Hawkesbury River Station and explore the river by boat. Buses also run from central Sydney’s Wynyard to Mona Vale and then on to ​​Church Point where you can get a ferry across to the park. The journey there takes approximately 1-2 hours.

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Discover secret beaches and forests along the Central Coast

Travel time: a full-day return driving tour

The Central Coast runs between Sydney and Newcastle and includes some gorgeous beaches, swathes of national park and a series of inlets and saltwater lagoons. Closer to Sydney, the southern end of the Central Coast near Ettalong can be accessed by ferry from Sydney's Palm Beach. On the north side of the mouth of the Hawkesbury are the enticing Killcare Beach, Pearl Beach and Bouddi National Park . 

Beyond this, you’ll need a car and there are many epic spots to stop off on a day trip north to Newcastle, including the pelican-packed town of The Entrance and deep, placid Lake Macquarie. Popular beaches to take a dip along the way include Avoca or Terrigal. 

The more industrial Newcastle is blessed with an eclectic mix of historic architecture, as well as a much-loved beach and ocean baths. South of Newcastle Beach, below King Edward Park, is Australia’s oldest ocean bath, the convict-carved Bogey Hole . It’s an atmospheric place to splash about in when the surf’s crashing over its edge. The most popular surfing breaks are at Bar Beach and Merewether Beach, two ends of the same beach a bit further south. Merewether has huge ocean baths of its own.

How to get to the Central Coast from Sydney: If driving, take the M1 Pacific Motorway north towards Newcastle from Sydney where the Gosford exit will take you along the coast. 

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Go food and wine touring around the Hunter Valley 

Travel time:   a full-day return drive, or coach tour

Picturesque roads criss-cross this verdant valley, but a country drive isn’t the main reason to visit. Over two hours' drive from Sydney, the Hunter Valley is famous as Australia’s oldest wine region, with vines dating from the 1860s. It’s the perfect spot for a day trip from Sydney for fine wine, gourmet restaurants, boutique beer, chocolate, cheese, olives, you name it. It’s also a beautiful spot to go hot-air ballooning while in Australia.  

You’ll probably recognize some of Australia’s biggest names in new world wines, especially for semillon, shiraz and chardonnay. The valley’s 150-plus wineries range from small-scale, family-run affairs to massive commercial operations so let your nose guide you. Most offer cellar door tastings either free or for a small fee. You can get a copy of the free touring map from the Hunter Valley visitor center and use it to hunt out the tucked-away small producers.

If no one’s volunteering to stay sober, there are plenty of guided coach tours available, ranging from mini buses that just do basic hop-on-hop-off transport between wineries to full-on gourmet extravaganzas, some on bicycle, horseback or chauffeured in a classic car. 

How to get to the Hunter Valley from Sydney: If driving, take the M1 Pacific Motorway north to Newcastle from Sydney where the Hunter Expressway will lead you into the valley.

This article was first published Jul 25, 2021 and updated Oct 7, 2023.

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Hunter Valley Wine Country

The diversity on this tour will astound you. from sweeping country roads, through rich wine growing areas of the hunter valley, then across to the magnificent north and central coasts back into sydney. simply the best roads near to sydney of them all..

Just 1½ hours out of the city and you’ll be riding 130km along the mighty Putty Road. Arguably the second best motorcycle road in the country. With a morning break at the halfway point, you’ll be eager to get on with the second half as soon as you can. At the end of the Putty road we head directly into the best wine growing area you’ll ever see. It’s here in a magnificent vineyard within the Hunter Valley where we’ll take our lunch break. After lunch we’re off to Nelson Bay and our accommodation for the night. You’ll love the waterways here… clean and clear as anything. The dolphins just love it too. We won't mention the sharks.

The next morning we’ll head off early to Newcastle, then past a myriad of waterways and down the coastal roads to Terrigal for an early lunch by the sea. After lunch it’s a stop at the Australian Reptile Park to see kangaroos, koalas, wombats, possums, snakes, lizards, spiders and all those Australian animals you’ve been waiting to see.

To finish off our 2 days of great riding and sight-seeing we’ll cross the Sydney Harbour Bridge and ride through the city on our way to return our ‘steel horses’. You’ll never forget these roads travelled, the ocean and the animals you’ve seen… and all in just two nice and easy days of riding.

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This tour averages 300km a day on both days.

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The Best Walking Tours in Sydney

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Sydney is the most popular and largest city in Australia. If you visit the country, you’re going to visit here. Home to five million inhabitants (about 20% of the entire population), it has a ton of things to see and do , from the iconic Opera House and Harbour Bridge to its stunning beaches and plentiful museums (many of which are free).

As the country’s biggest city and most popular destination for tourists, there is a lot to do here. Beyond the typical sites, museums, and activities, there are also a lot of incredible walking tours that give you a sense of the people and culture of the city.

I love walking tours for this reason. Led by a local, they give you information you wouldn’t find by just wandering around on your own. You get someone who can answer your questions and share their insider tips.

There are a lot of walking tours in Sydney to choose from. To help you avoid some of the less than great ones, here’s my list of the best walking tours in Sydney:


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Meet your guide at Archibald Fountain in Hyde Park at 10:30am and get ready for an info-packed 2.5 hours. Locl Tour Sydney offers an excellent primer on Sydney, which means if you’re a first-time visitor, consider doing this walking tour at the beginning of your stay. The tour delves into everything from Aboriginal history to the Opera House to the country’s infamous sharks and snakes. Just remember to tip your guide at the end!

  While those may be the best free and paid tours in town, there’s a lot more on offer. Here are a few more of the best walking tours in Sydney to help you have fun during your stay:  

1. Sydney True Crime Tour

If you’re looking for a tour that explores the grittier side of the city beyond the standard tourist sites, this is the one for you. Over 90 minutes, you’ll wander historic areas around The Rocks neighborhood and learn about nefarious criminals and infamous crimes (the country was colonized by criminals, after all). The tour takes you down narrow alleys and into secret nooks as you discover Sydney’s underbelly. It’s pretty cool.

Tours start at 34 AUD.

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2. Fit City

If you’d like a more active tour, this is a good one. This company runs guided walking, hiking, and running tours in the area. One of their unique offerings is the 4.5-hour Manly Hiking Tour. During the 11-kilometer (7-mile) trek, you’ll get some stunning views and learn a lot about the surroundings from the local guide. The hike culminates in Manly (one of my favorite neighborhoods in the city ) where you can stroll the area’s charming streets and replenish yourself with well-earned food and drink.

Tours start at 97 AUD.

3. Sydney Architecture Walks

You don’t have to love buildings and their various styles to have a great time on a tour with Sydney Architecture Walks. Led by actual architects, these tours are jargon-free adventures that give visitors a deeper knowledge beyond why certain buildings are pretty. The 2-3-hour, small-group tour focuses on the patterns and forces that have shaped the appearance of contemporary Sydney, making it appropriate for anyone looking to learn more about the city’s history and design.

Tours start at 49 AUD.

4. Local Sauce Tours

Local Sauce Tours offers a variety of unique small group tours that are capped at 12 participants to ensure an intimate and fun experience. One of their most popular tours is the “Drink & Discover Secret Bar Crawl,” which showcases a mix of hidden and top-rated bars. Each night of the week highlights a different neighborhood (tours are offered on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays), so if you wanted to drink your way around a few different areas with new friends, you could – just by taking this tour on different nights of the week.

If you’re more about the food than drink, try the “Local Sydney – Aussie Food, Culture & Coffee” tour, where you’ll sample a variety of Aussie treats (like vegemite toast and a flat white coffee) while wandering through historic neighborhoods. In addition to special interest tours, they also offer a 3-hour, Ultimate Sydney Walking Tour for first-time visitors. It covers all the major attractions while also teaching about Aboriginal culture and history.

Tours start at 60 AUD.

5. Lantern Ghost Tours

For a spooky tour around town, check out Lantern Ghost Tours , Australia’s largest ghost tour company. Their tours run on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights and take curious travelers around ghoulish sites where hair-raising crimes occurred and spirits haunt residents still. The tours last 90 minutes.

Tours start at 36 AUD.

6. Journey Walks

This tour company offers a few themed walks, but the one you shouldn’t miss is the 2.5-hour stroll around convict-era Sydney, on which guides lead a maximum of 14 guests around the city’s notorious colonial beginnings (mostly focusing on the Rocks area), when Sydney was a playground for British convicts. You’ll hear a lot of fascinating tales and stories that may inspire you to explore more on your own. The tour is a must for history buffs!

7. The Rocks Aboriginal Dreaming Tour

Developed by Aboriginal Elder, Margret Campbell, and led by Aboriginal guides, this special walking tour simultaneously leads participants through ancient Aboriginal DreamTime and modern-day Sydney. On the 90-minute tour, you’ll learn about Aboriginal history, culture, and language while stopping at culturally important sites in the Rocks.

A big focus of this tour is the cultural intersection with the natural environment, something we often don’t think of when visiting big cities. Definitely check out this tour for the important perspectives and insights shared by the Aboriginal guides, Australia’s original inhabitants.

Tours start at 69 AUD.

8. Aboriginal Harbour Heritage Tour

Offered by the Botanic Gardens of Sydney, on this tour, you get to wander the harbor area with an Aboriginal guide who shares the history and culture of the area from the Aboriginal perspective. The one-hour walk focuses not only on the past but also on the regional flora. You’ll learn what specific flowers, plants, herbs, and trees mean to the Gadigal people and how they traditionally used them for various purposes. I highly recommend it. It adds a lot of perspective to the city.

Tours start at 30 AUD.

Sydney has a ton of walking tours available that can help you save money, see the sights, and introduce you to everything this incredible metropolis has to offer. Whether it’s a food-related stroll or an Aboriginal-led outing or a history-laden bicycle tour, you’ll leave Sydney with a much deeper appreciation for the place than when you arrived.

Book Your Trip to Sydney: Logistical Tips and Tricks

Book Your Flight Use Skyscanner to find a cheap flight. They are my favorite search engine because they search websites and airlines around the globe so you always know no stone is left unturned.

Book Your Accommodation You can book your hostel with Hostelworld as they have the biggest inventory and best deals. If you want to stay somewhere other than a hostel, use as they consistently return the cheapest rates for guesthouses and cheap hotels. Two of my favorite places to stay are:

For more suggested hostels, here’s a list of my favorite hostels in Sydney . For more on where to stay, click here’s a list of the best neighborhoods in Sydney .

Don’t Forget Travel Insurance Travel insurance will protect you against illness, injury, theft, and cancellations. It’s comprehensive protection in case anything goes wrong. I never go on a trip without it as I’ve had to use it many times in the past. My favorite companies that offer the best service and value are:

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  • Insure My Trip (for those over 70)
  • Medjet (for additional evacuation coverage)

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Austin Butler Makes Method Dressing Work For Men

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Method Dressing? For men? Austin Butler’s latest outfit is answering the dilemma with a resounding “yes.” Today, the actor proved that men can method dress, too, as he stepped out to The Bikeriders press conference in an on-theme look.

Now, Butler’s outfit isn’t necessarily on the meta-levels of theme dressing when compared to the likes of Zendaya—who practically coined the theme dressing trend with Dune and Challengers —or Margot Robbie’s Barbie streak. But the actor still managed to bring a bit of his upcoming Midwestern motorcycle thriller to the press conference in Sydney, Australia. Butler sported a vintage Buco motorcycle jacket from What Goes Around Comes Around that featured silver stud details and a relaxed fit. He paired his coat with a distressed, vintage graphic t-shirt, cigarette-style pants, and black boots.

Yes, wearing a motorcycle jacket is de rigueur for someone starring in a film centered around a gang of bike riders. But, what really brought this moment to the next level was the fact that Butler was posing for photos while atop a Harley Davidson motorcycle. Like Zendaya, who attended a tennis tournament while promoting Challengers , a little on-the-nose scenery certainly didn’t hurt Butler’s cause here.

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Later in the evening, Butler switched back into the de facto red carpet uniform for male actors. He sported a pinstripe double breasted suit and a white button down shirt during The Bikeriders premiere at the Sydney Film Festival.

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In The Bikeriders , Butler stars opposite Tom Hardy and Jodie Comer in a tale about a Chicago biker gang called the Vandals. The film, directed by Jeff Nichols, is inspired by Danny Lyon’s book of photography, The Bikeriders.

“There's such a trust,” Butler told Interview of filming the movie’s bike riding scenes. “When we'd be in these groups of 40, riding bikes down a tiny road, and you're thinking, ‘If anybody were to crash right now, all of us would go down.’ And we're not wearing helmets, riding through cornfields as fast as we can.”

The actor continued, joking “I don't know how they insured the film, to be honest. And you're riding behind a picture car as well, it's kicking up pebbles in your face, so you're getting hit in the eyes with rocks. It was so visceral.”

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Honda CMX 500 S Rebel

The Rebel has modern features with a unique and contemporary style. It has a relaxed riding position and a proven parallel twin engine. Heaps of fun on the open road!  

Engine: 471cc Liquid-cooled, 4-strokes, 8 valves, DOHC, Inline 2

Fuel Management: Fuel injection

Gearbox: 6 speed

Seat Height: 690 mm

Motorbike Weight: 191 kg (full tank)

Final Drive: Chain

Fuel Tank capacity: 11.2 litres

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Triumph Bonneville Street Twin

Classic looks aside, the Street Twin is a brilliant roadster in its own right. It is the most contemporary, fun and accessible Bonneville ever built by the English brand.  

Engine: 900cc Liquid-cooled, 8 valves, DOHC, Parallel Twin

Gearbox: 5 speed

Seat Height: 750 mm

Motorbike Weight: 210 kg (full tank)

Fuel Tank capacity: 12 litres

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Kawasaki Z900 RS Cafe

The ride feel of the Z900RS Cafe is unique in the retro category. The bike was conceived as homage to the legendary and powerful Z1, a motorcycle with character and a rich history.  

Engine: 948cc Liquid-cooled, 4-stroke, In-Line Four

HP: 111 bhp

Seat Height: 820 mm

Motorbike Weight: 215 kg (full tank)

Fuel Tank capacity: 17 litres

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Indian Scout Bobber Twenty

The legendary Indian Motorcycles are back as a modern, innovative, aesthetically stunning and very powerful. It's American at its best. It's a Legend - simple as that!  

Engine: 1133cc (69 cubic inch) Liquid-cooled, V-twin

HP: 100 bhp

Seat Height: 695 mm

Motorbike Weight: 260 kg (full tank)

Final Drive: Belt

Fuel Tank capacity: 12.5 litres

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KTM 1190 Adventure

KTM turned this model into what is currently the world's safest motorcycle, and at the same time very light, comfortable, economical and very, very fast indeed.  

Engine: 1190cc Liquid-cooled, spark-ignition, 4-stroke, V-twin

HP: 148 bhp

Seat Height: 860/875 mm

Motorbike Weight: 230 kg (full tank)

Fuel Tank capacity: 23 litres

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Post-COVID 19

Motorcyclists have been social distancing since motorcycling began. One of the great joys of riding a motorcycle is getting away from all and everything.

With a helmet, gloves, jacket, pants and boots, you are well protected from the environment and from any germs or viruses , so really there is no excuse not to ride. Come along with us for a fun ride; we will look after you!

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This is an incredible, once in a lifetime type of motorcycle tour across some of the most iconic scenery in Australia. Visit some of the best beaches in the country, twist your way through alpine regions, dive into the vibrant culture of multiple bustling cities, sweep through valleys crammed with vineyards and cruise across one of the most awe inspiring areas of outback, the never ending Nullarbor Plain.

Revel in the beautiful, lush South West of Australia and marvel at the towering forests packed with the second largest trees on the planet. Conclude this continent spanning adventure in the most remote capital city in the world, Perth. Plenty of rest days are incorporated into this tour, so you’ll be sure to have plenty of time to experience the best of what’s on offer.

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NOTE: Dates displayed are for the JOINING and DEPARTING days. The ride begins the morning after the START date shown and ends the evening BEFORE the END date shown.


We’ll all meet at the city centre hotel where you’ll spend your first night. It’s within walking distance of the Opera House , Harbour Bridge , Darling Harbour and many other attractions. You’ll meet the BikeRoundOz team and your new co-riders, then we’ll run through the tour briefing and answer any questions that you might have. A 10 minute walk will take us to Circular Quay and around to the ‘ Rocks ‘ district where we’ll have a celebratory first night dinner, complete with superb views overlooking the iconic Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge. The views at night are simply spectacular and it makes for a great start to the tour.

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There are more than 30 national parks scattered along the coastline of southern New South Wales, with incredible marine sanctuaries and nature reserves adding to the already pretty impressive count. The route follows the coast along the Grand Pacific Drive and over the famous Seacliff Bridge, a marvel of modern road building. It’s not possible to ride any closer to the ocean without actually getting wet.

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Epic alpine scenery in Australia? You bet! Most people don’t realise that Australia has more ski runs than Switzerland, but a ride through this area will soon set the record straight. Although mostly recognised for its winter sports, ‘the Snowies’, as the area is affectionately known, is a playground for those looking for something different and adventurous motorcyclists alike.

Twist through the atmospheric alpine forests, sweep along the winding mountain roads and drink in the fantastic scenery. Whilst you’re having so much fun, don’t forget to stop for lunch at one of the seasonal alpine towns along the way, or pause for a rest on the shores of one of the many pristine snow fed lakes.

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New South Wales has the Snowy Mountains and Victoria has the Highlands. A more relaxed alpine environment than the Snowies, but don’t be fooled, there are plenty of thrilling roads to ride and more breathtaking scenery to provide a great backdrop.

Wide open plains framed by rolling hills and jagged mountain peaks, the road stretching far into the distance meandering gently as it weaves through small settlements and tiny communities.

With such unrestricted views all around, there’s plenty of time to prepare for the corners, revel in the experience and then gaze about at the intricate beauty beyond the perfect ribbon of asphalt you’re speeding along.

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A bustling, cosmopolitan city with loads to see and do. The ‘Cultural Capital of Australia’ will do its very best to make you feel welcome and it’s the ideal spot to take a break mid tour. Plenty of superb restaurants offering great meals, shopping, parks and an easy to use tram system make touring the city a breeze.

Not quite as much fun as riding a motorcycle along the Great Ocean Road, which is the next highlight on this tour, but at least a close second.

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Famous as one of the most scenic coastal drives in the world, words can’t describe the wonderful scenery and amazing riding on this 280km stretch of road on the fringes of Melbourne, but we’ll try anyway.

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As soon as your wheels hit asphalt, you’ll realise just how special the Great Ocean Road really is. The route twists and turns, hugging the picturesque cliffs as it winds a sinuous path along the coast. Curve after sweeping curve are seamlessly stitched together, almost purposely designed to give maximum enjoyment to any motorcycle riders that are lucky enough to be there.

There are plenty of small coastal towns to stop for a break and a coffee, serving up fantastic ocean lookouts along with the great refreshments. The lovely Otway Ranges provide a lush backdrop to the quaint towns when the road darts inland away from the coast. It takes longer than you might expect to ride along this gem of a road, there’s simply so much to see.

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Take a walk in the temperate rainforest at Maits Rest, try and spot that iconic Aussie creature the Koala in the trees above, visit the 12 Apostles, Loch Ard Gorge, the Grotto, London Bridge, The Arch the list goes on and on! Don’t forget to watch the road as well as the spectacular views though!

Every motorcyclist should ride this road at least once in their life!

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The ancient hills of the Grampians National Park make for an awesome spectacle as you ride toward them. This area of granite highlands is jam packed with wildlife, superb lookouts and beautiful waterfalls. The visitor centre at Halls Gap can provide all the information you’ll need for getting the best out of your time there and will give you a great overview of the area, ensuring you get to see everything you want during your visit.

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By the time you’ve ridden the roads in the park, taken a short walk to the two main lookouts and perhaps trekked to the base of one of the thundering waterfalls, you’ll need at least a half day to absorb what’s on offer, but will probably long to spend more time lost in the atmosphere of the national park.

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Sticking to the coast as you wind your way towards Adelaide provides plenty of fascinating little coastal towns to explore. Some a little more quirky than others! There’s ‘Larry’ the giant lobster in Kingstown who’s definitely not your average specimen, the sleepy coastal towns of Robe and Beachport and the somewhat larger settlement of Mount Gambier.

Home to the magnificent Blue Pool, a lake inside a [hopefully] long extinct volcano which not only provides all the drinking water for the town, but also offers some fantastic scenery to explore as a way of stretching your legs out of the saddle.

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Perched on the Fleurieu Peninsula, capital of Southern Australia, ‘City of Churches’ and the perfect blend of urban cool and natural splendour. Adelaide has one of the most impressive botanical gardens in the world, loads of relaxed open spaces and a vibrant atmosphere that makes it a pleasure to wander the streets.

A small town feel with lovely colonial architecture and all the conveniences of a modern city. It’ll be the biggest settlement that you’ll encounter from here until you reach Perth in Western Australia, so it’s the perfect spot to sample that most iconic of Aussie meals, the meat pie floater! That’s a meat pie floating in pea soup for those that haven’t had the pleasure as yet.

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The Clare Valley is one of Australia’s premier grape growing regions and the wine making tradition runs deep in the area. The carefully tended gardens, regimented columns of vines, pristine conservation parks and plethora of open cellar doors makes this area an absolute delight to ride through. Try one of the famous Clare Valley Rieslings with a meal prepared at one of the many local restaurants or wineries.

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This is the start of what many would consider to be the ‘real outback’ and is the place you’ll really begin to get a feel for the otherworldly landscapes Australia has tucked away. Cavernous red gorges and magnificent mountains seemingly aglow in the sunset, contrast with the starkly beautiful white gum trees standing proud in the thin desert soil. Huge wedge tailed eagles soar in the blue skies above and the peace and solitude make you feel as if you’re on a different planet.

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All this can be reached within a relatively short distance of the Wilpena Pound Resort. An oasis in the outback, fully kitted out with all the modern facilities. There are a huge amount of gravel tracks to explore, but if you don’t want to take your bike on the gravel then the 4WD tours are superb and really help to bring the place alive. You’ll have day here to explore and immerse yourself at your leisure.

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Calm beaches and the warming waters of the Spencer Gulf on one side, jagged cliffs, turquoise blue waters and big skies on the other, the Eyre Peninsula is framed by spectacular sights. With more than 2000km of coastline to explore, we certainly hope you like beaches! It’s also the jumping off point from where you’ll begin your ride along the Eyre Highway heading west, across the world renowned Nullarbor Plain.

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Epic, truly epic. That’s the only way we can think of describing the Nullarbor Plain and the Eyre Highway which stretches across the vastness. The Nullarbor is the largest single piece of limestone in the world, over 200,000 square kilometres of it in fact and crossing it is arguably the quintessential Australian Outback experience.

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This seemingly endless plain [‘nullus arbor’ meaning ‘no tree’ in Latin] is a truly incredible thing to ride over. Not only is it physically impressive and the sort of landscape where adventures are made, but the friendly characters you’ll meet along the way, typical Aussie roadhouse pubs and eye-wateringly beautiful sunsets over the desert truly make this a once in a lifetime experience.

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The Great Australian Bight runs parallel to the highway for much of the crossing, there’s even whale watching at Head of Bight from June to October.

It’s as much about the people you’ll meet on this journey, as the scenery you’ll be riding through. A quick smile and a “hi!” will have you chatting away and making new friends before you know it.

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After crossing the Nullarbor, you’ve certainly earned yourself a reward and Esperance is the ideal spot to indulge. There are some truly incredible beaches around the local area, so there are plenty of opportunities to lie back in the warming sands, dip your toes in the ocean and reflect on the ride so far.

Enjoy the local hospitality and recharge your batteries with some great local cuisine. You’ll have a day available to explore around the town, ride the famous coastal drive and fit in a bit more relaxing!

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Founded in 1827 and the oldest permanently settled town in Western Australia, Albany has an old world charm that’s hard to beat and is surrounded by some of the most amazing beaches and coastal national parks in Australia.

You’ll have a day to explore, giving you plenty of time to visit the Blowholes, Nature’s Arch and The Gap. The beaches here have been repeatedly voted the best in Australia and the sand is so pure it squeaks when you walk on it. It’s not all smooth beaches though, some pretty rugged areas of coastline provide the perfect setting for the Albany Wind Farm and a walk around the base of the huge towers offers some great views out over the ocean.

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Immense Karri forests, world leading vineyards, stunning pure white beaches, an amazing coastline, hundreds of mysterious caves and some of the finest cuisine known to man; a carefully kept Australian secret. This is one of the finest areas of Australia and yet one of the least well known outside of Western Australia.

The climate and humidity in the region is ideal for growing grapes, which has led to the prevalence of world class wines heralding from the area. There are more cellar doors to knock on around Margaret River than you could shake a wine glass at!

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There are some great tree lined roads and avenues to be ridden too and the cool, moist interiors of the subterranean caverns located along the aptly titled ‘Caves Road’ provide a welcome retreat from the midday temperatures. You’ll be able to spend a full day in Margaret River and its surrounds, soaking up the atmosphere, seeing the sights and enjoying the local produce, before continuing on to the state capital.

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Nestled securely in Geographe Bay, Busselton has been a popular holiday spot for West Australians since the 1890s and it’s easy to see why. Beautiful beaches, excellent fishing, cool and enticing caves nearby, a relaxed ‘seaside’ atmosphere and of course the famous jetty which extends two kilometres out into the ocean. The nearby town of Bunbury to the north offers an excellent diversion en-route to Busselton, providing the opportunity to swim with dolphins. A great chance to get up close and personal with most inexplicably happy mammals on the planet!

You can take the train along the jetty in Busselton or if you feel like stretching your legs after a day in the saddle, then the walk is well worth the effort.

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Perth is a modern, clean city on the banks of the majestic Swan River. The river feels more like a winding harbour really with Fremantle (‘Freo’ to the locals) at its entrance. Perth has all you’d expect from a thriving city with great shopping, restaurants and nightlife combined with superb beaches and a sublime climate.

The weather is perfect for most of the year with warm winters and hot summers, cooled by the ‘Fremantle doctor’ sea breeze that comes through most afternoons.

Ranked as one of the ‘world’s most liveable cities’, Perth has charm aplenty even if you’re just visiting. A fantastic end point to this incredible, long distance motorbike tour of Australia.

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NOTE: This tour involves crossing the Nullarbor Plain, which will mean two days of 650-700km of riding. It’s to be expected considering you’ll be riding over the world’s largest exposure of limestone bedrock and it’s all part of the great experience of traversing the continent on two wheels.


Sydney to perth 19 day, 20 night guided tour, option one:, shared room:, single occupancy:, suzuki dr650.

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  • Welcome dinner on the first evening before the tour begins.
  • Farewell dinner at the end of a fantastic tour.
  • 20 nights in good quality accommodation, typically in 3 1/2 or 4 star resorts, motels or hotels.
  • The motorcycle of your choice or you can even bring your own.
  • Breakfast is included each day , all other meals are at your own cost although we’ll always have a recommendation on where to eat!
  • Lead rider (number dependent) and expert guide who will share a wealth of local knowledge and friendly support.
  • Comprehensive roadbook and  maps .
  • Support vehicle for luggage transport during the tour, complete with spares and repair equipment.


  • Fuel is not included in the pricing here so you’ll be responsible for filling up your own bike as we ride.
  • Drinks on the tour and during the meals are not included in the pricing you see here.
  • Additional fees such as hotel mini-bar consumption, are the sole responsibility of the rider and are not included in the pricing.
  • Bring your own bike pricing shown above does not include the cost of shipping your bike back from the end point. We’d be happy to help arrange transport for you though so just ask if that’s of interest.


* BRING YOUR OWN BIKE: If you decide to use your own motorcycle on tour, please be sure to let us know what it is before showing up – no scooters in the outback please!

Please note: Pricing for the ‘bring your own bike’ is based on a shared room. If you’d like your own room then that’s no problem and adds AU$2,119.

** PILLION PASSENGER: Add on this amount to the ‘Rider in shared room’ cost if you would like to ride with a pillion passenger and share a room with them during the tour.


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