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

This tour is for you if you want to experience Adventure riding in one of its purest forms, you will be challenged and it is not for the novice rider. This country demands respect and you must be confident at riding off-road as we take you from the lights of Sydney to the absolute heart of Australia and loop around the entire Simpson Desert.

Expect a challenging ride, there will be big distances in a big country
Sydney, NSW
Sydney, NSW
30 Day ADV Tour
~9,000 km
Tour Dates
More Dates on Request

6-8 Riders Only


Reserve with a 10% deposit


Motorcycle Hire Available
Aerial View of Curved Road



Ride some of the most remote, and challenging environments on the planet.

Australia, a country with a fascinating variety of cultures, flora/fauna, modern history, and very diverse landscapes. Everyone should visit this amazing country at least once in their life.

There are way too many items to list that we will visit along the way, A few include riding the historic Oodnadatta Track, we will cross Lake Eyre, soak in 25c hot springs whilst staring at the Milky Way with zero light pollution, we will camp in the Desert, visit Silver & Opel Mining towns, aboriginal towns, and that is before we even reach Uluru/Ayres Rock.

After we visit Uluru (Ayres Rock) we optionally trek the stunning Kings Canyon Rim Walk and ride the amazing Western and Eastern McDonald Ranges with their slot gorges. Optionally take to the air in a helicopter or plane to get a different perspective of this land.

On our return leg to Sydney, we head through Boulia, Innaminka & Birdsville, with their famous Camel and Horse races. We optionally ride the world's biggest Sand Dune "Big Red" before heading cross country and back to Sydney.

Accommodation will be a mix of camping, dongas, cabins, & hotels. Do not expect 5-star luxury, this is the Aussie Outback and there will be nights where we are camping in the Desert. If you want 5-star luxury every night, you had probably better give this tour a miss.

We are of course biased as we have ridden this great land for years, but we believe this is one of the best adventure bike riding trips you could ever do. We are keeping this trip small, if you are interested, get in touch, and let's have a chat.



Due to the nature of traveling in remote Australia, we may need to adjust the planned itinerary en route. Several stopover days are included where we explore an area, this gives us flexibility to adjust as needed, plus it gives riders time to relax after what are sometimes big days. This also gives the group (i.e. you the riders), the ability to make decisions to adjust.

Day 1 Race Tracks & Telescopes

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, famous for its part in receiving signals of the first Moon Landing in 1969.

Day 2 Ivanhoe

We travel along the longest river in NSW with a mixture of good sealed roads and dirt roads to start and get you used to riding on the unsealed roads of the Outback. This part of the country is the bread basket of Australia, characterised predominantly by farming

Day 3 Birds & Mining

We visit Menindee Lakes, a series of 9 shallow lakes that are bird watchers' paradise, before heading to the historic silver mining town of Broken Hill where we will spend a couple of nights, we are starting to get more dirt under our tyres now.

Day 4 Mad Max II

Free day today to explore Broken Hill and the surrounds, try heading out to Silverton which was the filming location of Mad Max 2. Have a beer in the Silverton Hotel, visit the Mad Max Museum, or maybe have a look around the Outback Sculpture Park. There is a lot to explore in and around Broken Hill

Day 5 Flinders Ranges

Today we head down the Barrier Highway to Yunta when we again hit the dirt and make our way cross country to the Flinders Rangers National Park and spend a night on a working Sheep Station. 

Day 6 Wilpena Pound

Today we explore the stunning Wilpena Pound, a huge Syncline Basin, 17 km long and 8km wide. and more of Flinders Ranges National Park, both provide a huge variety of landscapes and a lot of back roads to explore.

Day 7 Historic Railways

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. We spend the night in the world's most remote hotel (Their claim, not ours)

Day 8 Opal Mining

A leisurely morning to give you time to take to the air in a private plane (not included in the price) and see this country from a different perspective before we head west to the Opal Mining town of Coober Pedy where we spend the night sleeping underground.

Day 9 Breakaways & Pitch Black 

We spend a second night at Coober Pedy and head out to the rock formations that are called the Breakaways. This is where the movie Pitch Black was filmed with Vin Diesel, there are still a lot of the old Movie props hanging around Coober Pedy. If you're not up for that, have a wander around Coober Pedy and try your hand at finding an Opal in some of the Mullock Hills

Day 10 Painted Desert

We head to the town of Oodnadatta via the Painted Desert, the landscape here is classic badlands country for those that have previously been to Dakota in the U.S. Oodadatta once claimed to be the hottest town in the world with a summer temperature over over 51c recorded one year.

Day 11 & 12 Hot Springs

Turning off the Oodnadatta Track we we pass through cattle stations, and salt pans before we get to Dalhousie Springs and spend a couple of nights relaxing, having a campout, and eating some great food. Take the time to soak in the 35c waters of these remote Hot Water Springs and stare up at stars like you have never seen them before.

Day 13 Feeling Centered

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 and our overnight stay at a typical Aussie Roadhouse.

Day 14 & 15 The Big Rock

We travel to Uluru where we will spend a couple of nights to allow you to explore at your leisure. Feel 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 too far down the 1,126km Tjukaruru Rd road, also known as the great central road or you will end up in Western Australia

Day 16 Palm Trees in the Outback?

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

Day 17 Gaps & Gorges

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 18 The Bloody Alice

We have a few choices today, a good option would be to Arltunga Historic Reserve and tour the Eastern McDonald Ranges, or spend time exploring Alice Springs for the night. Or if you want a rest, explore the fascinating Alice Springs area.

Day 19 Plenty of Dirt 

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 20 A Big Day

A big day today of unselaed roads so a hearty breakfast is needed and an early start as we head to Boulia (Famous for its Outback Camel Races) and into the state of Queensland.

Day 21 Camp Ovens

A nice easy ride today after the big day yesterday as we head South via Bedourie (the Bedourie camp oven was invented here) before heading to our overnight stop in the town of Birdsville famous for its Outback Horse Races, gateway to the Simpson Desert and home of Big Red.

Day 22 Big Red

We stay a second night in Birdsville to allow you to explore the town, or have a trip out see if you can ride to the top of Big Red.

Day 23 A Day at the Races

We ride back into South Australia today via the famous Birdsville Track before turning off and heading toward Inaminka, famous for its outback Races (hang on, there is a theme developing here) for our overnight stay

Day 24 Corner Country

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

Day 25 Gold I tell you, there's Gold

Our route today takes us cross country through cattle stations to the historic town of Milparinka where we will stay overnight. If the road gods are not good to us, we will take the main road instead.

Day 26 & 27 Opals Mining (Take 2)

We head over to our second Opal Mining town, White Cliffs, where they also live underground. We have had a couple of big, and probably strenuous days, so we relax a little underground and explore the area a little around White Cliffs for a couple of nights before heading on our final few days back to Sydney

Day 28 Copper Mining

We continue through national parks, still heading across the country to the Darling River. We follow the course of the Darling River before heading South for our overnight stay in the Copper Mining town of Cobar 

Day 29 The Rabbit Trap

We leave Cobar and are on the home stretch back to Sydney, we detour to call by the Geographic Center of NSW and one of our favorite local pubs, the Rabbit Trap Hotel. We stay overnight in the town of Dubbo with it's Western Plains Zoo 

Day 30

Today is our last day, we ride back to Sydney, the roads are all sealed from here, but hey, if you want to keep hitting the dirt, we can do that, we still have a few options close to Sydney. On arrival in Sydney, we will put the bikes away, find somewhere to eat, have a drink, and have a chat on what has undoubtedly 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
Mechanic with full toolkit
Motorcycle Hire (If chosen)
National Park entry fees
Rider Leader
Welcome Dinner and farewell celebration feast
What's Not
Entrance fees other than mentioned above
Recovery to Home Country
Sleeping Bag
Travel Insurance
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