Australian guided motorcycle adventure tours
Outback Adventure Treks is a leading motorcycle tour company providing premium guided off-road motorcycle adventure trips in Australia. From our base in the picturesque Whitsunday's region, we offer tours all over Queensland and across Australia from the wet tropics to the dry deserts of central Australia. Enjoy the comfort, convenience, service and security provided by a local tour operator that has a deep passion for the country we travel through.
All of our tours feature BMW motorcycles. Each motorcycle is fitted with an intercom system and our guides will keep you informed of the local history, flora and fauna as you travel through the variety of habitats along your journey.
Our tours are a step-up from other motorbike tour companies. All tours are all inclusive, staying at quality accommodation in towns and enjoying comfortable overnight camps when in remote locations.
We hope to see you enjoying one of our tours soon.
Tasmania is Australia's hidden island state. A Canadian client of ours said 'Tasmania has the greatest motorcycling roads he has ever experienced'. Rent BMW R1200GS or F650GS from us. Explore by yourself, or let us book your accomodation and provide a suggested itinary for a self guided tour.
A couple have been suggested:
Good Vibrations Harley Tours
Constitution La Ryde NSW 2112
(02) 9809 1155
Australian Motorcycle Hire
Jamison ACT 2614
0415 198 216
Located in sunny Tamworth, Australia. "Every single bike in this collection is privately owned and even more amazingly, the owner has many more in his collection of a similar outstanding quality. What that means is that he can chop and change the display quite easily so that you have to just keep coming back."
Video link to Tom and Rachel's trip around Australia in 2005.
"We are an organisor of Harley-Davidson tours & rentals in USA, Australia, Mexico & France."
"We can offer a bed for a night or two to bike travellers. As long as we still have a house that is... We thought 18 months on the road would cure us. It doesn't does it..?" Mail lain...
Thanks Cheryl and David!
"G'day travelling bikers. I am a lifelong (almost 50 year old) biker, living in the Strzlecki Ranges about 2.5 hours east of Melbourne. My wife and I live 'out in the bush' on 75 acres surrounded by hills & trees, about 30kms to the nearest town, and 10kms to the nearest bitumen. Our neighbours are roos, wallabies and wombats. We can offer long distance travellers our hospitality if you fancy day or two to kick back & relax. In return we would love to hear your travel tales.
In 2000 I rode 14,000kms around part of Oz. See http://www.horizonsunlimited.com/tstories/lock/"
Mail cupp...@gmail.com Thanks Ian!
I'd like to be listed as one of your "helpful people". I haven't gone out of Australia as yet, but it's just a matter of time! My latest trip was a round-Australia-in-2-months effort. I've got a reasonably well-equipped workshop, and can provide accommodation for a few days if needed. My phone # is 042 990 7329 (mobile). Mail za2...@optusnet.com.au
"If any motorcycle travelers are stranded or in need of help while visiting our part of the world, feel free to give me call, I may be able to assist. I've been riding bikes for many years and know what a pain in the arse it is to need help and not know where to start looking, especially in a foreign country. I have a couple of bikes myself and have always done my own repairs, I worked as a bike mechanic for ten years, so I have a fair idea of how to adapt things and find a way around most mechanical problems. At present I run my own used machinery yard, so I have more tools than you can point a stick at and plenty of storage space. If any one needed to crate a bike I can use my forklift to load it onto transport. We live about five minutes from the airport and at the very most, twenty minutes from most major bike shops. Hope you never get stranded, but if you do give me a call, or just drop by for a chat with a fellow motor cyclist. Joe"
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