Fact Sheet

A Ride though the Land of Oz

Australia is the destination for a rider, with its breathtaking scenery and some of the finest roads, its almost as though it were designed to ride through.

Travel through the Northern Territory of aboriginal Australia, which offers in abundance everything from the luscious tropics to desert landscapes to verdant hills. Ride through some of the most indigenous and untamed open country in Australia with the eternal sky right above you, through some of the most spectacular sites starting from the city of Darwin all the way to the revered Alice springs. Follow the same route as the famous explorer John McDougall did, who was first to roam this incredible continent we call Australia today.

Litchfield National Park

Famous for its perennial spring-fed waterfalls and cascades at Bluey Rockhold swim in crystal clear swimming holes, after, visit the nearby gigantic 3m high magnetic termite mounds and also try a wildlife cruise.

Highlights & Activities

Day 1

Begin the exalting journey of a drifter on the "explorer's way” also known as Stuart highway which starts from the beautiful city of Darwin, the capital of the northern territory. Ride down to Litchfield National Park spend a day under the leafy palms and lush green grass. Visit Pine Creek and the famous rock art sites of Ubirr. Sneak a peek at the river's wildlife or simply enjoy a wildlife cruise.

Day 2

Cruise down south towards Katherine, which is famous for its overwhelming Katherine Gorge - a series of 13 sandstone Georges by the Katherine River. Explore the white sand beaches and dramatic waterfalls. Ride down to Daly Waters and enjoy a drink or two in one of the most ancient pubs of all time.

Day 3

Ride through the Tennant Creek, Devils Marbles, Barrow Creek and finally Alice springs which are comprised of cavernous gorges, endless deserts, along with plenty of picturesque swimming holes. Back in the town of Alice take a camel to dinner, or enjoy a night of aboriginal culture at Red centre, or catch a didjeridu concert at the sounds of starlight.

Daly Waters

It’s not just any bar, Daly waters is the oldest standing pub in Australia. It’s walls are adorned with coins and all sorts of treasures left behind by travelevers as a piece of remembrance.