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Australian Enduro Deluxe Tour

Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland,
Northern Territory and South Australia

This tour is the perfect combination of adventure off-road riding, camping, and comfortable hotel accommodation in Australia. The itinerary leads us from Castlemaine and the historic gold country, through the outback, to the famous Ayers Rock, and back through Coober Pedy to Castlemaine. Bring a group of friends, or tackle the great outdoors solo on a Suzuki, BMW, or Yamaha enduro bike.
tour details pricing and dates day by day itinerary photos

This tour is for single riders who have some experience in off-road riding - however, passengers can be accommodated if they take a seat in our support vehicle. You can ride by yourself or in a group; group riding is not required, as there will be a daily route briefing each morning. On the tour, you will be accompanied by a support vehicle for luggage transport, mechanical support, a spare bike, and a bush kitchen. Accommodations include a combination of bushcamping, camping at caravan parks, and hotel/motel rooms.

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Tour Details
Location:  Castlemaine, VIC, Australia  (MELBI2)
Terrain:  Both paved and dirt roads
Duration:  21 days
Riding days:  21 days
Route length:  - Paved: 1,600 miles (2,500 km)
- Off-road: 2,500 miles (4,000 km)
- extra mileage possible
Motorcycles:  Suzuki DR650SE, BMW F650GS Dakar, YamahaXT660R
Group riding:  Not required
Accommodations:  Camping, hotels, motels (according to availability)
Highlights:  Victorian historic gold country, Broken Hill, Outback, Alice Springs, Ayers Rock, Coober Pedy, Flinders Ranges
Tour Difficulty

 All-weather motorcycling experience required
 Ability to ride for long periods required
 Off-road experience recommended
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Included Services

Rental motorcycles for 21 days
Bilingual (English/German) tour guide on motorcycle
Support vehicle, luggage transport, spare motorcycle
Maintenance of the motorbike and repairs during the tour (provided that they are not caused by actual fault)
Transfer from airport to tour starting point
Third party insurance and full comprehensive insurance with AUD 3,000 excess (can be reduced to AUD 600 by payment of AUD 19 per day)
Accommodations - 10 nights in hotel/motel (double occupancy), 8 nights in tents, 3 nights in bush camps
21 breakfasts, 11 dinners, cook
Maps and roadbook
GST and taxes

Not Included

Single occupancy surcharge (AUD 550) - may not be available for all nights
Air fares
Individual activities and expenses
Fuel and drinks
Food (breakfast and lunch) - AUD 110 per week (payable in cash to the tour guide Food (breakfast and lunch) - AUD 110 per week (payable to the tour guide before the tour starts)
before the tour starts)
Additional insurance
Admission fees for national parks, museums, etc.

 Tour Dates  
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Scheduled tours:
May 9 - May 29, 2010
May 15 - June 4, 2011
October 9 - October 29, 2011

 Tour Price PER PERSON
 Price for a rider  
Renting a Suzuki DR650SE AUD 5,545
Renting a BMW F650GS AUD 6,385
Bringing your own bike AUD 3,445
 Price for a passenger  
Riding pillion AUD 3,235
Riding in the support vehicle AUD 3,235
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* 20% deposit due upon booking. Final amount due 6 weeks prior to tour start.


Day 1:

300 km (186 mi)

The first section of the tour leads us from Castlemaine to Bendigo, which will be our first stop. We will have the opportunity to visit an old gold mine or the Chinese museum. From here, our way goes north to Echuca, most famous for its paddle steamers. Before continuing our trip, you can have lunch here, visit the historic port or take a cruise on a paddle steamer. We will stay in Swan Hill.

Day 2:
370 km (230 mi)

Starting from Swan Hill, we will leave civilisation behind and go on our first off-road stretch after Mildura. The first indications of the outback can be found in charming Pooncarie, where we will pitch our tents for the night.

Day 3:
238 km (148 mi)

After our first night in the outback, we take off to Broken Hill. As we will only have to drive 230 km today, we will reach Broken Hill right for lunch, so there will be enough time to visit Silverton, where Mad Max is still present, or just relax at the pool. You should not miss the sunset at Living Desert / Sculpture Park in the evening!

Day 4:
339 km (211 mi)

Tibooburra is our destination for today, where again a real bed awaits us. While driving, it becomes more and more evident what it means to live in the outback. When reaching our destination, you may ask yourself, "why is there a boat on four poles in the heart of township Tibooburra?" Learn the answer to this mystery in the local pub during the evening.

Day 5:
299 km (142 mi)

We are heading to Innamincka. The off-road track will give us an understanding of Australian history. This night we will have our first bush camp. Isolated from civilisation, we will enjoy the pure Australian outback.

Day 6:
250 km (155 mi)

Perfectly run in from yesterday, we will proceed through the outback today. On our way to Birdsville, we will again have a bush camp near Cordillo Downs tonight, where we can enjoy the starred outback skies by campfire, tent, and bike.

Day 7:
250 km (155 mi)

Birdsville, with its legendary pub, seems to appear in the middle of nowhere today. We will pitch our tents right in the heart of town.

Day 8:
You are free to plan this day as you like. For the ones who are not in the mood for relaxing today, our tour guide has something down pat. The outback has much more to offer than may be recognised on first sight.

Day 9:
382 km (237 mi)

A 382 km drive from Birdsville will take us to Boulia, where we are welcomed with a good bed and even an indoor pool in the desert.

Day 10:
350 km (217 mi)

After a good night's rest in Boulia, we hit the road again and leave Queensland behind us. Shortly after crossing the border into the Northern Territory, we will have a bushcamp at the Tobermorey Roadhouse.

Day 11:
450 km (280 mi)

The next day will take us after days in the outback on 450 km back to civilisation, more precisely to Alice Springs. This fascinating city in the middle of nowhere will captivate you instantly. After a relaxing sleep in a comfortable bed, we can look forward to the adventures of the next day.

Day 12:
On our twelfth day, we will have another day off where you can make your plans individually. Possible activities include Standley Chasm, Simpson Gap, the Royal Flying Doctor Service, or the School of the Air. Alice Springs also has some exciting motorcycle trips to offer.

Day 13:
440 km (273 mi)

We will venture off towards the next highlight of the tour today: Uluru (Ayers Rock), an Aboriginal sanctuary. After having made yourself comfortable, you should not miss the breathtaking sunset at Uluru.

Day 14:
Today is another day off, and you can decide what to do... perhaps a scenic flight, a visit to Kata Tjuta, a trip to the Aboriginal Information Centre, or a guided tour around the Rock? The possibilities are limitless.

Day 15:
528 km (328 mi)

Today we head south. This stretch of the tour - the longest on the tour, at 528 km - will take us over an off-road track back to the Stuart Highway. We will pitch our tents in Marla.

Day 16:
407 km (253 mi)

From Marla, we take a short trip round to Coober Pedy. We follow the Oodnadatta track, a fascinating route, which will take us directly to Coober Pedy, where we will go underground.

Day 17:
You can take your time exploring Coober Pedy and its surroundings. There is much to see and do, including many excellent guided bus tours. Our tour guides can give you individual advice on the best way to explore this area.

Day 18:
554 km (344 mi)

After visiting the exciting Coober Pedy, we will head into the bush again and follow exciting off-road tracks. We will pass ruins on our way to Lyndhurst, where we will pitch our tents at a caravan park.

Day 19:
406 km (252 mi)

To reach our next destination, Jamestown, we will drive through the Flinders Ranges, another Australian beauty in our tour. We will have our second-to-last night in our tents.

Day 20:
456 km (283 mi)

Starting from Jamestown, we will drive a small detour to Burra, an old mining town. After Burra, we will take small by-roads to reach our destination for today - Bordertown, where we will spend our last night, comfortably snuggled in our beds, in South Australia.

Day 21:
470 km (292 mi)

The last day finishes after 470 km in Castlemaine, where we will spend our last nights in our tents and have our farewell party.

Note: We reserve the right to make changes.

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