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Motorcycle Tour
Individual Tour Darwin - Melbourne

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3 weeks long through Australia, from the tropical north, through the unique outback to the pulsating metropolis Melbourne - now also as an individual motorcycle tour! At your desired date, for you alone or also for a group of friends.

Pricing

per rider in shared twin/double room / Motorcycle: Suzuki V-Strom DL 650 €7,390.00 $8,221.06 ?
per rider in shared twin/double room / Motorcycle: BMW F700GS €7,390.00 $8,221.06 ?
per rider in shared twin/double room / Motorcycle: BMW F750GS €7,390.00 $8,221.06 ?
per rider in shared twin/double room/ Motorcycle: Yamaha XVS 650 V-Star €7,390.00 $8,221.06 ?
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per rider in shared twin/double room / Motorcycle: BMW F800GS €7,590.00 $8,443.56 ?
per rider in shared twin/double room / Motorcycle: BMW F850GS €7,590.00 $8,443.56 ?
per rider in shared twin/double room / Motorcycle: BMW R1200GS €7,590.00 $8,443.56 ?
per rider in shared twin/double room / Motorcycle: BMW R1250GS €7,590.00 $8,443.56 ?
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per rider in shared twin/double room / Motorcycle: BMW R1200RT €7,690.00 $8,554.80 ?
per rider in shared twin/double room / Motorcycle: Harley Davidson Road King €7,690.00 $8,554.80 ?
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per rider in shared twin/double room / Motorcycle: Harley Davidson Ultra Classic €8,090.00 $8,999.79 ?
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per pillion passenger in shared twin/double room (pillion passengers cannot book without an accompanying rider) €0.00
per person single room (surcharge) - (surcharge, only available with an additional selection of the basic price "per rider in shared twin/double room") €0.00
To give you an idea of the price, we have listed the prices for an individual tour of 21 days here. For a different travel duration (or itinerary!) we calculate an individual price - please contact us for an offer!

Included

19 days motorcycle of your choice
Unlimited kilometres
Comprehensive insurance with deductible* depending on motorcycle model (*The deductible can be covered by an optional insurance at a current rate EUR 6,90 per day).
Australian Public Liability Insurance
2 side cases, top box on request
Helmet and gloves, if desired
20 overnight stays (single or double room) in selected upper middle class accommodations
Double or 2-bed room (no extra charge for pillion passenger if staying in rider's room)
Partial breakfast
Detailed maps and digital logbook
Free choice of date
Individual elaboration of the itinerary
One way tour Darwin-Melbourne (or vice versa)
Emergency service
T-shirt
Australian taxes
Travel price insurance certificate according to BGB § 651ff
Not included
Flights (optional, on request)
Airport transfer
Fuel
Dinner
Everything that is not specified under features

More details

No extra charge for pillion passengers (in the rider's room)
No extra charge for single room!
We will be happy to book the right flight for you on your desired dates.
Best time to travel this route is between March and November, not every kilometer is asphalted but still easy to ride for reasonably experienced riders.
The stages through the outback are, due to the lack of infrastructure, sometimes rather long, but can still be managed in a relaxed way.
21 days / 19 riding days
Total distance approx. 5900 km
For individual tours of other length we calculate an individual price. Please contact us, we will be happy to make you an attractive offer - with or without flight - according to your ideas!
The following itinerary is only a suggestion! The exact route for your trip will be tailor-made and created according to your ideas!
Important price information: Due to the continuously fluctuating exchange rates of the Euro, the listed prices may change! We are happy to adjust our prices to more favorable conditions at the time of your request - please ask for a non-binding offer!
Language: This offer is usually suitable for English and/or German speaking participants. Please enquire for language options.
Mobility: The offer is not suitable for people with reduced mobility. Please contact us for more information.
Flights: round trip airport can be customized upon request.

Description

Experience the turquoise sea and beautiful beaches around Darwin, in the UNESCO World Heritage Kakadu National Park a boat tour through the tropical rainforests is worthwhile, before you ride deeper and deeper into the unique Outback. Amazing rock formations like the Devils Marbles, the Olgas, the Kings Canyon and of course the world famous Uluru/Ayers Rock await you. Here in the Red Heart of Australia, the impressive culture of the Aborigines is just as fascinating as the special character of all the people who make their home here. Before the motorcycle tour ends in the pulsating metropolis of Melbourne, nature trumps with one of the world's best wine regions, the Barossa Valley, the mighty mountains in the Grampians National Park and one of the world's best motorcycle roads, the Great Ocean Road. You judge for yourself whether it lives up to its reputation- after you have ridden spectacular routes such as the Oodnadatta Track, the Stuart Highway and numerous kilometers through the outback and various national parks!

The tour can also be ridden from Melbourne to Darwin and of course be modified in its course or supplemented by days!

The following itinerary is only a suggestion! The exact route for your trip will be tailor-made and created according to your ideas!

Possible itinerary (changes possible):

Day 1: Arrival in Darwin

Arrival, transfer to the hotel

Day 2: Darwin - Kakadu NP, 255 km

Pick up your motorbike and ride into the fascinating Kakadu National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It impresses with a unique variety of flora and fauna.

Day 3: Free day in Kakadu NP

Today you explore the Kakadu National Park. You can join a boat trip, with good chances of seeing crocodiles and numerous other species of wildlife.

Day 4: Kakadu NP - Katherine, 275 km

Visit the 20 million year old Nitmiluk National Park, boat trip through the Katherine Gorge.

Day 5: Katherine - Daly Waters, 360 km

Continue towards the red center of the continent along the Gorrie/Dry River Hwy or the direct route via SH1 to Daly Waters. Awaiting you here is a true one-off, a typical Australian roadhouse: the Daly Waters Pub.

Day 6: Daly Waters - Devil Marbels, 500 km

Continue south along the Stuart Highway, stopping in Newcastle Waters to see the famous windmills and visit the Gallery of Aboriginal Art in Tennant Creek. See the famous Devils Marbles rock formation in the evening or early morning.

Day 7: Devils Marbles - Alice Springs, 410 km

Via the Stuart Highway you reach the heart of Australia, Alice Springs in the Outback! The town is also the starting point to Uluru (Ayers Rock).

Day 8: Free day in Alice Springs

Today you can explore Alice Springs, visit art galleries or just enjoy the specialness of the region. Or take a tour of the Owen Springs Reserve or MacDonnell National Park.

Day 9: Alice Springs - Kings Canyon, 470km

Kings Canyon is a very spectacular destination, here you can take a walk through the canyon at sunset.

Day 10: Kings Canyon - Uluru, 306 km

Today's ride takes about half a day to one of the most impressive natural phenomena in the world: Uluru (formerly Ayers Rock).

Day 11: Free day in Uluru

On today's free day you can choose between a ride to the famous Olgas, a hike through the Valley of the Wind, a helicopter tour, a camel ride and much more!

Day 12: Uluru - Marla, 500 km

From the center of the country you continue southwards, the typical outback scenery remains unchanged. At Marla the opal fields begin, you will see the first cave dwellings.

Day 13: Marla - Coober Pedy, 250 km

Today the stronghold of the opal seekers awaits you with Coober Pedy. After arrival it is worthwhile to inform yourself about the fascination of opals, to admire jewels in the galleries etc..

Day 14: Coober Pedy - William Creek, 500 km

Today starts with a visit to an opal mine (Old Timers Mine and Museum), at noon you ride the famous Oodnadatta Track and of course stop at the famous Pink Roadhouse.

Day 15: William Creek - Wilpena, 480 km

You leave William Creek (Australia's smallest town!) again and continue following the Oodnadatta Track. Take a dip in the warm waters of Coward Springs before riding through the Mutonia Sculpture Park in Alberrie Creek.

Day 16: Wilpena - Barossa Valley, 40km

The contrasts couldn't be greater today. Start in the dry, beige-brown Flinders Ranges and arrive in the world-famous, deep green, fertile Barossa Valley wine region - with a detour to the deep blue sea if you wish.

Day 17: Barossa - Robe, 360 km

Another motorcycling highlight awaits you with the Adelaide Hills. After the mighty Murray River, crystal blue lagoons, sand dunes and lakes welcome you to Coorong N.P.

Day 18: Robe - Halls Gap, 320km

The Grampians N.P. is over 400 million years old and boasts deep fern forests, lakes, rivers and wetlands - and superb motorcycle trails.

Day 19: Halls Gap - Port Campbell, 210 km

After some impressive viewpoints in the Grampians N.P. you ride southwards with destination Great Ocean Road - surely one of the most impressive motorcycle routes in the world!

Day 20: Port Campbell - Melbourne, 290 km

The 12 Apostles, Loch Ard Gorge, the Bridge of London and much more will inspire you along the Great Ocean Road! A detour to Cape Otway is also worthwhile before the journey ends in Melbourne.

Day 21: Depart Melbourne