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Experience riding one of the most iconic, remote, and challenging environments on the planet

We ride from the Iconic Bondi Beach in Sydney to the absolute Red Center of the Outback.

This tour is for you if you want to experience Adventure riding in its purest form, and experience the beating heart of Australia as we tour this fascinating country with its unique aboriginal culture, flora and fauna, modern history, and multi-cultural society.
Sydney, NSW
Sydney, NSW
24 Day Tour
>8,000 km
Tour Dates
More Dates on Request

Min 6 Riders


Reserve with a 10% deposit


Motorcycle Hire Available
Aerial View of Curved Road



This tour starts at the Iconic Bondi Beach in Sydney to the gravitational red center of Australia and beyond, a journey over a fascinating mix of unique scenery, nature, culture, pioneering history, flora, and fauna along the way.

We travel along the historic Oodnadatta Track and visit the edge of the Simpson Desert, Lake Eyre, and experience billion-star accommodation as we camp under the stars at Dalhousie Hot Springs, here you can relax in the 36c waters while staring up at the Milky Way.

Visit the remotest hotel in the world before continuing on to Uluru (also known as Ayres Rock)

After we visit Uluru (Ayres Rock) you can trek the stunning Kings Canyon Rim Walk before we ride you through some of the Northern Territories best scenery to finish at Alice Springs.

Accommodation is best available and aimed to give you a choice at each night, keep it cheap and camp each night, or stay in luxury at places like Uluru or Kings Canyon, the choice is yours. However, If you are expecting 5 star luxury the entire way round, or do not want to camp the odd night, you had probably better give this tour a miss.

This tour in our opinion is one of the best adventure bike riding trips you can do,



Day 1

We leave Sydney and cross the Great Dividing Range, passing through country towns and twisty roads before visiting the Mt Panorama Race Track for a lap of the track and Lunch in Bathurst. Then we take the back roads to the town of Parkes for the night.

Day 2

We visit Menindee Lakes, a series of 9 shallow lakes that are bird watchers' paradise, before heading one to the historic silver mining town of Broken Hill

Day 3

Free day to explore Broken Hill and the surrounds such as Silverton, the filming location of Mad Max 2. Have a beer in the Silverton Hotel, or have a look around the Outback Sculpture park

Day 4

Crossing the border into South Australia the scenery changes dramatically, we travel along the barrier highway before hitting the dirt again to make our way across the country towards Wilpena Pound and the Flinders Rangers

Day 5

Explore the stunning Wilpena Pound and the fantastic Flinders Ranges National Park which has a huge variety of landscapes, history, and some great roads to explore before we hit the iconic Oodnadatta Track

Day 6

We are now following the route of the Old Ghan with its rich railway, aboriginal, and camel train history, we stop at fascinating places such as Farina Sidings, Maree, and Coward Springs for a soak in the Hot Springs before crossing the edge of Lake Eyre.

Day 7

Australia claims a number of the most remote hotels in the world, also known as roadhouses. William Creek has a claim to be the remotest. Here you can take to the air in the afternoon in a private charter plane for a flight over Lake Eyre, Anna Creek, the Painted Desert, or Dalhousie Springs. It is a must to see this big country from a different perspective, or just relax for a few hours, have a beer, and discuss the adventures to date.

Day 8

Turning off the Oodnadatta we we pass through more remote cattle stations, and salt pans before we get to soak in the 35c waters of the remote Dalhousie Hot Water Springs. Depending on how we are travelling, we may stay one, or possibly two nights at Dalhousie

Day 9

We call in at Mt Dare (also claiming to be the most remote hotel in the world) and head to Finke, a small aboriginal community that every year hosts the halfway point of the Finke desert race. Here we can ride some of the race track before heading to the Gravitational Center of Australia

Day 10

We will spend a couple of nights at Uluru to give you (and us) a free day to do as you please, hang around the resort, go for a ride/walk around the rock, explore the Olgas, or whatever you want. Just don’t head down the Tjukaruru Rd road, also known as the great central road or you will end up in Western Australian

Day 11

Free day to spend as you like exploring Uluru & the Olgas

Day 12

A short ride day today with a mix of sealed and dirt roads that take us to the Kings Canyon Rim Walk for a bit of a trek. If you are not up for that, maybe take a helicopter flight for a view from the air.

Day 13

We ride the Western McDonald Ranges which has some of the most spectacular scenery the NT has to offer to reach Alice Springs for a well-deserved feed and some grog.

Day 14

We visit Arltunga Historic Reserve and tour the Eastern McDonald Ranges before returning to Alice Springs for the night. Or if you want a rest, explore the fascinating Alice Springs area.

Day 15

We head up the Stuart Highway (sealed) and along the Plenty Highway (unsealed) for our overnight stop on the shores of the Marshal River.

Day 16

A big day today of unselaed roads so a hearty breakfast is needed and an early start as we head to Boulia and into the state of Queensland.

Day 17 

A nice easy ride today after the big day yesterday as we head South via Bedourie for our overnight stop in the famous Birdsville, gateway to the Simpson Desert and home of Big Red.

Day 18 

We stay the night in Birdsville to give you the opportunity to explore the town, have a ride to Big Red, and see if you can get to the top in one go.

Day 19 

We ride back into South Australia today via the famous Birdsville Track before turning off and heading toward Inaminka for our overnight stay

Day 20 

We are now well into what is termed "Corner Country" as we make our way via Queensland to Cameron Corner, the junction point of QLD, SA and NSW.

Day 21

Our route today takes us through the back roads of cattle stations to the historic town of Milparinka.

Day 22

We visit the underground city and opel mining town of White Cliffs, we ride a little of the Darling River Run before our overnight stay on the shores of the Darling River.

Day 23 

We continue along the Darling River before visiting the mining town of Cobar and the geographic center of NSW and our overnight stop close to the geographic center of NSW.

Day 24

Today is our last day where we ride back to Sydney and say our goodbyes to what has been a trip of a lifetime.

What's Included
4x4 Support vehicle to carry your luggage
All Camping Equipment
Detailed Itinerary
GPX files for your chosen navigation device
Hotel Accommodation
Local Tour Guide
Motorcycle Hire (If chosen)
National Park entry fees
Rider Leader
Roadside Assistance and recovery to nearest garage
What's Not
Entrance fees other than mentioned above
Recovery to Home Country
Sleeping Bag
Travel Insurance
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