As Australian state borders begin to open up, motorcycle tour and hire company EagleRider is gearing up for a return to motorcycle tours through the Australian Outback next year.
The first tour, starting on July 12, features 10 days of adventure, camaraderie, sight-seeing and of course, motorcycle riding across some of the most spectacular wilderness highways in the world.
Starting in Adelaide, riders will visit highlights such as the amazing underground town of Coober Pedy, the iconic Uluru, Alice Springs, Mataranka with its thermal pools, spectacular Katherine Gorge, beautiful Kakadu National Park and finally the city of Darwin.
Prices start at $5827 per person, twin share, riding one of EagleRider’s motorcycles choosing from a range of Harleys, BMWs, Yamahas, Triumphs and even Royal Enfields.
Or you can ride your own motorcycle and only pay $3070 per person.
Prices include welcome and farewell dinners, accommodation, support, some park entries and of course a motorcycle (unless you are riding your own).
The company not only organise everything from accommodation to entertainment but also all the boring bits such as insurance and permits.
EagleRider has locations in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Launceston, Noosa and now Adelaide.