TRAVEL THROUGH THE MAGNIFICENT MID NORTH COAST OF NSW AUSTRALIA
Accommodation (twin Share) per night
250CC road registered dirt adventure motorcycle (Honda CRF230, Yamaha XT250, Kawasaki KLX250 and KLX150, Suzuki DR200 and DRZ-250)
Support van and Trailer
Informed travel guide riding with the group
Luggage transport from hotel to hotel
Admissions and tours according to the program
Tour description, travel materials
Detailed route planning
Riding with group
PRICE DOES NOT INCLUDE AIRFARES
Must have international Motorcycle licence
Don't forget your camera, the ride path Aussie Bike OR Hike staff will take you on will be exceptional. rolling hills, coastal beaches and wild life, its very common to see Kangaroos, birds, goannas and other wild life along the route.
Depending on the country your from will depends whether you need an entry Visa in Australia. It's a must you take care of this before arrival into the country.
Although this trip is an all inclusive trip (read above for what it includes) you may still want to bring some spending money. You might ride past a souvenir shop or want to buy an ice-cream or some snacks at a particular town. so have some spending money on you, for any item you want to purchase.
On our guided tours, riders tend to stick together as a group with the guide. Riders sometimes can go ahead to the next turn or next town, but the norm is sticking together.
Aussie Bike OR Hike have fully serviced and ready to go 250cc motorcycle.
The lead tour operators bike will be fitted with GPS navigation, First aid kit, Cellular communication and CB radio.
The lead tour operator will also have tools, spare tubes and parts to fix the bike on the move should any problems arise.
Client are not required to carry there luggage on the motorcycle as one of our staff will collect your luggage from the hotel and take it to the next hotel for when you arrive.
Accommodation will generally in 3- and 4-star hotels as well as 2-star hotels that are especially appealing—or the only ones in town. The hotels are chosen for their more intimate atmosphere and reflection of the history and culture of the area (rather than larger chain hotels).
Breakfast , lunch and dinner is included on all tours. No one goes hungry on these tours! If you have dietary restrictions, please contact us before booking, so we can find out and plan your options for the tour.
Wake up. Your "Aussie Bike OR Hike" guide will tell you what time to meet to start riding, and you can plan your waking/packing/breakfast schedule accordingly.
Breakfast is always included.
Bring your luggage down. Before you meet to ride (and usually after breakfast), bring your luggage to the hotel lobby for pick-up.
The guide will lead the way, and usually you’ll all ride together as a group. This means you go at one pace. If it’s a big group, you might have more than one guide, one to ride fast with the more advanced riders and one to ride slow with the slower riders.
The guide will show you sights along the way, help in case of any mechanical issues, and answer any questions you have.
You typically stay together as a group, although in some cases the guide may give you the “all clear” to go at your own pace to the next turn or landmark. Stops for sightseeing, tours and snacks tend to be done by the full group.
For our guided tours you’ll have a support vehicle that is nearby along the day’s route. This is great if you think you might want a break from riding during the day: just jump in the support vehicle. The vehicle also has food and drink to replenish your supply.
Our favourite lunch scenario: As you ride around a bend, you see the support van parked roadside with blankets and table and chairs laid out nearby. While you have been riding, the staff of Aussie Bike OR Hike have been shopping at local farmers markets and putting together a dream picnic!
after lunch the group will get back on there bikes and continue on the chosen route, which will lead eventually to the nights accommodation.
Arrive at the hotel. You’ll usually arrive mid-afternoon at the next hotel, where you can shower and rest and enjoy some free time. our guides may find an organized sightseeing tour which will be set up for before or after dinner.
Dinner will be with your group. This is a great way to meet and get to know your fellow travelers. These dinners are included in the tour price.
Rest, relax and enjoy your evening! See some sights or turn in early. Get ready to repeat this schedule tomorrow!
Which Airport do I fly too?
Aussie Bike OR Hike operates from the New South Wales Mid North Coast of Australia.
The closest airport to our headquarters in Port Macquarie.
Port Macquarie has both Qantas and Virgin airlines operating 4 flights each per day.
Once you have arrived at Port Macqaurie airport. One of the Aussie Bike OR Hike Staff will be waiting there to collect you and transport to the 1st nights accommodation.
Animals you may see:
With a complex mimicking call and an elaborate courtship dance to match, the superb lyrebird is one of the most spectacular Australian animals. A bird watching must-see, the superb lyrebird can be found in rain-forests and wet woodlands across eastern NSW and Victoria
The swamp wallaby, also known as the black wallaby or black pademelon, lives in the dense understorey of rainforests, woodlands and dry sclerophyll forest along eastern Australia. This unique Australian macropod has a dark black-grey coat with a distinctive light-coloured cheek stripe.
A large, squat marsupial, the Australian common wombat is a burrowing mammal found in coastal forests and mountain ranges across NSW and Victoria. The only other remaining species of wombat in NSW, the endangered southern hairy nosed wombat, was considered extinct until relatively recently.
Australian brush turkey
The Australian brush turkey, also known as bush or scrub turkey, can be found in rain-forests along eastern NSW. With a striking red head, blue-black plumage and booming call, these distinctive Australian birds are easy to spot while bird watching in several NSW national parks.
Common ringtail possum
Commonly found in forests, woodlands and leafy gardens across eastern NSW, the Australian ringtail possum is a tree-dwelling marsupial. With a powerful tail perfectly adapted to grasp objects, it forages in trees for eucalypt leaves, flowers and fru