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Ready to saddle up for the ultimate Australian Outback adventure?

Our rally tour takes you through remote tracks, trails and roads that are home to some of Australia’s most spectacular scenery – from Cairns in Queensland all the way down through Northern Territory. You’ll camp under twinkling southern stars while experiencing authentic Aussie hospitality at each stop along your route! Get ready for cold beers or local delicacies after a long days’ ride as well as plenty of interesting characters sure to leave lasting memories with you on this unforgettable trip.

Departs Cairns on Saturdays at 8.30 am and you will ride into Darwin around 3.30 pm the following Saturday.

A 2,500km journey across The Great Savannah Way and Gulf Country. 2023 and 2024 dates available now.


  • 2,500 kilometer ride
  • Historic Cooktown
  • The fishing port of Karumba with its world famous ‘Morning Glory’ cloud formations
  • Lawn Hill and Litchfield National Parks
  • Lorella Springs Fishing Camp in the Gulf of Carpentaria
  • Katherine Gorge
  • The Lost City Rock Formation
  • Darwin Accommodation


The tours are all-inclusive packages. Once you leave Cairns, your only extra expense might be for a cold drink, or a souvenir.

  • CFMOTO 800MT (Full License required)
  • All meals
  • Fuel
  • Accommodation and camping equipment
  • National park permit fees
  • Support vehicle to carry your luggage
  • Riding gear can be supplied if you do not have your own (helmet, boots, knee guards, body amour, pants and jacket or jersey)


This tour is available departing from Cairns and riding to Darwin. A 20% non-refundable deposit is required to secure your booking and the balance is due 30 days prior to departure. As with all hire vehicles, we require a deposit of $2,500 to be made before departure. This money is refundable upon the safe return of your hire motorcycle. All prices are in Australian (AUD) Dollars and include 10% GST.

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