Australian Coasts by motorcycle
The price includes :
- Airport transfers ($80 per person)
- Motorcycle Rental
- Basic insurance
- Panniers and topbox
- Helmets and gloves
The price doesn’t include :
- Flights tickets
- Personal insurance
- Visa fees
- Possible bank charges
- Meals and drinks during the trip
- Personal expenses and tips
Day 1 Noosa to Byron Bay
You’ll depart Noose on the scenic road winding along the majestic coastline as you head towards Brisbane. You’ll pass through the famed Gateway Arterial and can choose to stop by Queensland’s capital or keeping heading along the Gold Coast until you catch the turn for Southport that leads to famed Surfers Paradise beach resort. From here, you’re just a stone’s throw away from Byron Bay, the first stop on your epic journey.
Day 2 Byron Bay to Port Macquarie
Before heading out of Byron Bay, you must cruise up to its historic lighthouse and the most easterly point of Australia. This scenic route will then put you right on the road towards Ballina for a truly spectacular drive. Along the way, you can even visit the famous “hippie village” of Nimbin. By lunchtime, you’ll arrive in Coffs Harbor where there are many great seafood options to enjoy before you continue on to the beautiful coastal town of Port Macquarie.
Day 3 Port Macquarie to Sydney
After a little relaxation in the holiday town of Port Macquarie, you’re ready to head towards Sydney and some great motorcycling roads as you wind through Port Stephens. You’ll pass by Newcastle and onto the amazing road that links it to Sydney as you make your way into one of Australia’s best cities and where you’ll enjoy the next two nights and begin your Sydney motorcycle tours.
Day 4 Sydney Sightseeing
Sydney is one of the most popular destinations in Australia and there’s so much to explore for the renowned Opera House to the Harbour Bridge, Bondi Beach and so much more. There’s no need for a set itinerary just let your bike guide you on your own private Sydney motorcycle tours.
Day 5 Sydney to Canberra
You’ll wrap up your Harley tours Sydney departing via the Hume Highway that pushes through the outer suburbs of Liverpool. It’s time to cut through some rugged country over steep gorges and massive rocks, but the road is smooth and you’re ready to roll. You’ll turn at Mittagong and trade the big highway for some charming villages like Berrima and head onto some scenic backroads. As you head towards Nowra, you’ll be able to stop by Fitzroy Falls and travel through Kangaroo Valley. Before you know it, you’ll be back along the coast where you be able to enjoy a break a Bateman’s Bay before eventually landing in Canberra for the evening.
Day 6 Canberra Sightseeing
There’s so much to do and see in Australia’s capital. Be sure to check out attractions like Telstra Tower and its high altitude restaurant, the Parliament House, and even the Space Tracking Station!
Day 7 Canberra to Bathurst
You’re headed into the bright skies north of Canberra as you point your Harley and continue your motorcycle tours Australia towards the town of Yass and the backcountry roads actress Harden and Cowra. This a great opportunity to get a taste of rural Australia until you land at Bathurst home to a famous annual motor race that spans over five hundred miles. You can even enjoy the Mount Panorama Circuit which open except during races, but beware the police are on the watch for speeders trying to push their engines to the limit.
Day 8 Bathurst to Coonabarabran
You’ll tear out of Bathurst on the Mitchell Highway the leads west into the small towns of Orange and Cootamundra along with the bigger city of Dubbo. Dubbo is a home to the Western PLains Zoo which is modeled after large African style safari parks and definitely worth a visit. Then you’ll head through charming farm country until you arrive in Coonabarabran (a.k.a. Wheelbarrow-back”) as many people nickname it. You’ll discover why why you arrive here!
Day 9 Coonabarabran to Goondiwindi
You’ll be motoring at full speed on your motorcycle tours Australia today as you have by now developed the real skills for outback travel. You’ll continue making your way through small towns and coming across interesting Aussie friends along the way. The roads are great quality and a stopover at Moree for lunch will be a good place to refuel both your bike and you before you end in Goondiwindi for the evening.