Enjoy a great experience going on an adventure on the northern parts of Australia with inclusions!
6 Day Cape York Return Tour
Ready for all Aussie adventure!
- Rider - 2024
- Rider - 2025
- Rider - 2026
Experience an exciting motorcycle adventure from Cape York to Cairns!
Swim in crystal clear rock pools and waterfalls, ride some of the best tracks that FNQ has to offer, see some of natures hidden wonders, Fish for the allusive barramundi and others at some spectacular ocean and freshwater locations, visit a World War 2 Plane crash site, fly around the northern most point of Australia in a helicopter!
Some of the Fantastic Places we visit during the Tour include
Pajinka, the most Northern point of Australia, Punsang Bay, Bamaga, the Jardine River Ferry, Bramwell Junction and the Archer River. The OTL – Telegraph Track, Fruit Bat Falls, Musgrave Station. National Parks, Cooktown, Lion’s Den, Creb Track or Bloomfield Track, Wujal Wujal, Cape Tribulation and the Daintree Village and Ferry.
What to bring
Our recommendation is that all riders wear protective riding gear including motorcycle boots (shorter style adventure boots recommended), body armour, approved Australian motorcycle helmets, chest armour, knee and elbow guards, gloves, and goggles/visor. Bring a sleeping bag and pillow (please see trip inclusions), cash for items such as souvenirs and a beer as most of the accommodation stopovers will have a licensed bar. A backpack to keep any personal items that you wish to remain with you.
We try not to camp where possible, but accommodation in some areas is very limited so please book as early as possible so that we can arrange accommodation.
- Ride a Royal Enfield Himalayan
- Fishing gear
- Food, snacks, drinking water and soft drinks
- Bike maintenance
- All permits and passes
- Support vehicle
- Helicopter flight or Boat Tour (subject to availability)
- Ferry crossings
- Flights from Cairns to Bamaga
Full Tour Itinerary
Boarding your flight to Bamaga or Horn Island from Cairns we could collect you from the airport in a helicopter and bring you to Punsand bay (Only if available) for your first nights accommodation.
There’s no time to waste, let’s meet the team and book into your rooms, check out the bikes, we are just chilling today, fishing rods are at the ready or we can just take a sunbed and a cold beer take in the magnificent location and sit around the pool.
Up for a cooked brekky then off we go a big day ahead with lots of great things to see. First stop is the Croc tent, maybe check out the souvenirs then it’s just a short ride to the tip for those memorable pictures around the sign and Pajinka, the traditional name for the most northern point of mainland Australia. After some refreshments were heading south, on route we will visit some World War 2 plane crash sites where we can stop for lunch.
Now let’s get to the Jardine ferry crossing and head to Fruit Bat Falls for a swim in crystal clear water. It’s absolutely an awesome place to swim and relax.
Our accommodation Camping at Elliot falls.
After a great breakfast we are on the bikes heading down the PDR to explore the well known Old Telegraph track stopping at the Bramwell junction for lunch. Then we still have a big ride to Archer River so let’s get moving.
Our accommodation is Archer River Roadhouse, where we could give the massive Archer burger a go.
Let’s go for an easy ride down to Battle Camp Road and the Lakefield National Park stopping for lunch on the way and then to Cooktown to visit the historical Cook’s lookout for pics.
What a magnificent view!
Then we’re almost there for our day 5 accommodation, the iconic Lions Den Accommodation rooms are booked and the showers are ready to wash the red dust away, great food and a great atmosphere!
Do we go Bloomfield 30 odd kms riding through the rainforest mainly tarmac but some very steep and slippery hills with some fun water crossings OR do we go hardcore and tackle the Creb 70kms of red sticky mud lots of ups and downs and deep water crossings but the views are amazing! (the Creb is only doable when it’s dry and we recommend it for more skilled riders).
Time to through the Daintree Village and arrival to Centenary Park, Nautilus St Trinity beach, before the team at FNQ MT to say goodbye and well done to all our new friends.
What a trip, hope to see you all again on your next adventure!