"Someday is Today" - Guided Motorcycle Tour (SYD)

From AUD $6,057.00
  • Duration: 13 Days
  • Location: Sydney, NSW
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You've always said you'd visit Australia "Someday" well Someday is Today.  Mountains, coast, national parks, scenic drives and two magnificent cities await you on this 12 day Australian Tour.  Our most requested ride, the Great Ocean Road, is right in the middle of this trip of a lifetime.  You will love the variety of landscapes.  The roads have been picked for maximum motorcycle enjoyment and left enough time for you to do some exploring on your own.  

13 Days / 12 Nights

Distance: 1800 Miles / 2897 Kilometers
Seasons: Summer
Temp: 51° - 84° F / 11° - 29° C

2 People/1 Bike/1 Room - $6,057 P/P
2 People/2 Bike/1 Room - $8,039 P/P
1 Person/1 Bike/1 Room - $11,696 P/P

Departure Dates
Nov 29, 2017

Day 1:Sydney 0 km

Arrive in Sydney - Check in to your hotel, spend a day looking around and enjoying the local sights and adjusting to the jet lag. Tonight a welcome dinner so we can get to know each other.

Day 2:Sydney to Bateman's Bay  291 km

Pick up your motorcycle at EagleRider Sydney first thing this morning. We'll be heading south through the rain forest of the beautiful Royal National Park. Then we'll cross the famous Sea Cliff Bridge and continue  to the lovely coastal town of Bateman's Bay.

Day 3:Bateman's Bay to Lakes Entrance 439 km

We leave Bateman's Bay and continue down the New South Wales South Coast and into Victoria.  Called "Beautifully Uncivilised" the South Coast of New South Wales is natural and unspoilt.   The views will change from rolling hills and farms to coast lines and sea. Tonight we rest in the charming  port community of Lakes Entrance.  It's a friendly resort town with an Esplanade lined with restaurants and cafes. 

Day 4:Lakes Entrance to Melbourne 318 km

We leave Lakes Entrance this morning to make our way to Melbourne. We've got two nights here to give you ample time to enjoy this dynamic and cosmopolitan city.  Melbourne is known as the "Cultural Capital"of Australia. Visit museums, see a show, do some shopping and enjoy their famous restaurant scene. 

Day 5:Melbourne 0 km

We're staying over in Melbourne so you have ample time to enjouy all that this amazing city has to offer. Explore on your bike or take the famous Melbourne Trams.

Day 6:Melbourne to Warrnambool 229 km

You've been dreaming about riding the Great Ocean Road since you first saw a photo of it.  Today is the day we carve up the curves that hug the coast line.  We'll stop to enjoy the magnificent rock formations and sea breeze.  

Day 7: Warrnambool to Halls Gap 238 km

The beautiful Grampians National Park is next on our journey .We'll ride through landscape changes from coast to farm land and then mountains on this beautiful ride. Famous for it's outstanding natural beauty the sand stone mountains welcome us to Halls Gap.  

Day 8: Halls Gap to Echuca 296 km

Farms fill the vista as we had toward our destination of Echuca.   An Aboriginal name meaning "Meeting of the Waters"  Echuca is on the Murray River and Campaspe River.  It's also home to the iconic Holden Car Museum.  

Day 9: Echuca to Corryong 348 km

Today we ride across the Riverina Region through Albury and find our way to the Alpine Region. We've entered the land of the Man from Snowy River.   We'll stop for the night in Corryong where the views will dazzle.  

Day 10: Corryong to Tumutt 350 km

The Alpine way and Snowy Mountain Hwy are going to fill our day with curves, fresh mountain air, amazing senery and maybe wild Brumbies (horses).    

Day 11: Tumutt to Jenolan Caves 358 km

Today we'll visit Gundagai, the classic Australian country town before heading toward the Blue Mountains through National Park.  We'll tour the Jenolan Caves and rest in a wilderness retreat that is more than 115 years old.  It's beautiful, quiet, comfortable and nestled away in the mountains.The absence of TV and wifi will give us a chance to reflect on the last two week of riding.

Day 12: Jenolan Caves to EagleRider Sydney 168 km

We'll leave our mountain retreat and head over the Blue Mountains.  Bells Line of Road is a wonderful way to end our trip as sends us toward Sydney.  The fresh mountain air and laugher of kookaburras farewell us and Sydney welcomes us back. We finish back at EagleRider Sydney with a BBQ and final night in the city. 

Day 13: Sydney 0 km

Head home or ask about extending your hotel and/or motorcycle rental.

What's Included

3 and 4 Star Hotel Accommodation
Late model Motorcycle Rental
Unlimited Kilometer
Fuel & Oil on tour route
Welcome and Farewell Dinner
Helmets for Driver and Passenger
Motorcycle Riding Tour Leader
Support Vehicle equipped with spare bike and room for additional luggage
Admission to all group tour activities
Hotel Parking fees
Tolls and Ferries on tour route
Transport between hotel and EagleRider

What's Not Included

Airfare
Food & Snacks
Tips
Souvenirs
Some Meals
Beverages
Insurance excess
Personal souvenirs