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Best time: September – May
There is a lot to see on this tour. Starting from Sydney you will be enjoying the iconic views of the Harbour Bridge, The Opera House and The Blue Mountains. Going up north the journey takes you through wine valleys and country side roads. Some stop overs include the iconic Byron Bay which is a must see before heading off through the Gold Coast, surfer’s paradise. Brisbane is the last stop (if you are going one-way off course), and it is voted as the 16th most liveable city in the world. If you are taking the option for a return trip we will bring you back through the country side. Why not opt for going up to the tropics Cairns?
Start: Sydney (Seven Hills)
Road time: 10h12
One way Seven Hills to Brisbane: 919km (10 hours) / Return Seven Hills 1890km (21h27 road time)
Accommodation points: Nelson Bay or Hunter Valley (Pokolbin) Port Macquarie, Grafton, Byron Bay, Yamba (Gold Coast), Brisbane
This tour has the same itinerary as the Great Ocean Road trip from Sydney to Melbourne but then as if that is not enough, we extend it across the Bass Straight to Tasmania. Take a day to settle into Devonport and get ready for adventure. Highlights on this tour will be The Bay of Fires with its crisp white beaches and crystal waters. You will explore the amazing national parks, heritage areas, and visit some of the top ten beaches in the world. Tasmania has lots to offer on the culinary front so don’t worry too much on the waist line. If you are keen on hiking, this is a great place for hiking too.
End: Hobart (Tasmania)
Road time: 35 hours
Distance: 2900 km
One way Seven Hills to Hobart: 2900 km (35 hours) / Return Seven Hills 4034 km (59 hours road time)
Accommodation points: Kiama, Batemans Bay, Bega, Eden, Bairnsdale, Melbourne, Devonport, Hobart, Port Arthur, Albury, Goulburn
Best time: September to April
Best time: March – May or September – November
This tour has the same amazing highlights as the Sydney to Brisbane tour but it gets even better. You can look forward to the top list of beaches in Australia. You will visit some vibrant coastal towns. One of the top must visit destinations are included i.e. The Whitsunday Islands where you will stay over for two nights. On the way up to Cairns you will also enjoy the Daintree Rainforests and the coconut beaches of Cape Tribulation will take your breath away. Port Douglas is a petite coastal town with a lot of nature sights to visit. Last stop is Cairns, if you are a keen diver, why not stay on and enjoy one of the Great Wonders of the World, the Great Barrier Reef.
Road time: 29 hours
Distance: 2700 km
One way Seven Hills to Cairns: 2700 km (29 hours) / Return Seven Hills 5040 km (56 hours road time)
Accommodation points: Nelson Bay or Hunter Valley (Pokolbin) Port Macquarie, Grafton, Byron Bay, Yamba (Gold Coast), Brisbane, Sunshine Coast, Fraser Island, Whitsunday Islands, Atherton, Port Douglas, Cairns
Best time: September – April
One of the top bike rides in the world. If this is not on your bucket list, put it on. You are in for a treat. It is a great experience and any time of day, any day of the week, you’ll see motorcyclists making the most of the Great Ocean Road. You will go down the coast and travel back to Sydney through stunning country towns
Road time: 3h10
One way Seven Hills to Petersborough: 1411km (17 hours ) / Return Seven Hills 2528km (29 road time)
Accommodation points: Kiama, Batemans Bay, Bega, Eden, Bairnsdale, Melbourne, Albury, Goulburn
Part of this ride is gravel but it is well made. The road surface is mostly rough sand and very small-grained gravel. If you like the smell of dirt this one is for you. It is a very good training ground for dirt-shy riders. We recommend you do this one with a friend if you are a complete dirt novice. Dirt riding can be very satisfying, give it a try.
Road time: 2h05
Distance to Yass from Seven Hills: 275km (2h48 hours road time) / Tumut to Seven Hills 400km (4h00 road time)
Accommodation points: Yass, Tumut, Goulburn
It is famous for a reason! This is one of the world’s best bike roads. It offers both riding pleasure and scenery. You will enjoy the flat New England plateau on other occasions thick-forested ranges. Thunderbolts Way from Walcha to Gloucester is another great ride, although some sections have become somewhat choppy in recent times. For adventure riders, there are many dirt roads in the area, often with stunning scenery. It is a wonderful and quite different experience. Make a long weekend of it and soak up every moment.
Road time: 2h49
Distance to Wauchope from Seven Hills: 400km (4h30 hours road time) / Bendemeer to Seven Hills 439km (5h31 road time)
Accommodation points: Forster, Bendemeer, Muswellbrook, Walcha
This is a dam good ride. It goes up and down through beautiful bush. Take the opportunity and get off the bike, walk along the streams. A seasonal ride best October – May due to snow. The journey goes through national parks and scenery through Kiandra.
Road time: 1h23
Distance to Kiandra from Seven Hills: 423km (5 hours road time) / Khancoban to Seven Hills 536km (5h50 road time)
Accommodation points: Canberra, Khancoban, Goulburn, Gundagai
Alpine Way is a seasonal run best not to do in winter because it goes through pretty cold snow areas. But at the right time of the year it’s one of the best in Australia. It has amazing views of mountains. An excellent road trip to test your skills on different types of road.
Road time: 2h40
Distance to Cooma from Seven Hills: 386km (4 hours road time) / Khancoban to Seven Hills 536km (5h48 road time)
Accommodation points: Cooma, Jindabyne, Khancoban
The Wollombi road takes you from Sydney to the Hunter Valley, one of Australia’s prime wine growing regions. We will give you the alternative roads to explore. Excellent road conditions. Little towns along the way and some famous pubs to visit. A great overnight trip. Need we say more?
Road time: 1h50
Distance to Calga from Seven Hills: 60km (56min road time) / Singleton to Seven Hills: 200km (2h45 road time)
Accommodation points: Singleton
A great stretch of road which is an alternative ride to the highway. A great pub along the way. Open roads all the way, a wonderful weekend escape.
Road time: 50min
Distance to Lithgow from Seven Hills: 113km (1h50 road time) / Bathurst to Seven Hills: 175km (2h30 road time)
Accommodation points: Lithgow, Bathurst
This ride is beyond the Great Dividing Range and what country folk call ‘the sandstone curtain’. The scenery is impressively large- lots of big, sweeping paddocks and forest – and you get a bit of a feeling or remoteness, being in the bush. Stay overnight in Goulburn before heading back to Sydney
Road time: 1h46
Distance to Oberon from Seven Hills: 154km (2h19 road time) / Goulburn to Seven hills: 1h53 (183km)
Accommodation points: Goulburn
State forests, open paddocks and amazing views. Leaving from Raymond Terrace onto Bucketts Way over hills to Bulahdelah and is well worth taking. Stroud is a great town that holds weir festivals and an excellent recommendation for the best hamburgers. We will recommend the biker friendly towns and pubs.
Start: Raymond Terrace
Road time: 1h32
Distance to Raymond Terrace from Seven Hills: 165km (1h58 road time)
Accommodation points: Raymond Terrace, Nabiac, Bulahdelah
A fun ride with ferry crossings over the Hawkesbury River, a great village detour, open bush and to mix it up some forest too. This is one of Sydney’s most popular motorcycle haunts.
End: Wisemans Ferry
Road time: 42 min
Distance to Windsor from Seven Hills: 23km (32min road time) / Wisemans Ferry to Seven Hills Return: 63km (1hour road time)
This is the backway to the Hunter. It follows the borders between two national parks and tackles its share of hills. It has a demanding collection of tight, wide, fast and slow corners as well as some fast straights. Great café recommendation along the way. A great day ride for all skill levels.
Road time: 2 hours
Distance to Windsor from Seven Hills: 23km (32min road time) / Broke to Seven Hills Return: 158km (2h16 road time)
Motorcyclists love to have fun on the Old Road. It has become a weekend ritual for many with great biker friendly
Road time: 43m
Distance to Hornsby from Seven Hills: 23km (32min road time) / Gosford to Seven Hills Return: 73km (1h05 road time)
Accommodation points: Gosford
The road through Kangaroo Valley really are intoxicating. These roads definite hit the top bucket lists for scenery, diversity and experience. Whichever way you reach it on your bike will be a memorable experience.
Start: Kiama, Fitzroy Falls
Road time: 47min
Distance: 32km (Bomaderry) or 33km (Berry)
Distance to Fitzroy Falls from Seven Hills: 130km (1h34 road time)
Accommodation points: Kiama, Fitzroy Falls and Berry
A great smooth ride between two stretches of excitement. Plenty to see along the way so make sure you make it a daytrip. Suits all skill levels with great road conditions. Anyone loves apple pie?
Road time: 1h20
Distance to Richmond from Seven Hills: 31km (37min road time)
Accommodation points: Bilpin or Lithgow