Enjoy a great experience going on an adventure on the northern parts of Australia with inclusions!
Cape York 7 Days Of Adventure
Ready for all Aussie adventure in style!
- Rider - 2024 Ages 18+
- Rider - 2025
- Rider - 2026
An incredible motorcycle tour from Cairns to Cape York, Australia!
Some of the Fantastic Places we visit during the Tour include
The Daintree Ferry and Village, Cape Tribulation, Wujal Wujal Rainforest, Bloomfield Track or Creb Track, Cooktown and surrounding National Parks. Musgrave and Archer River Roadhouses, Fruit Bat Falls, OTL – Telegraph Track, Jardine River Ferry, Bamaga, Punsand Bay and Pajinka, the most Northern point of Australia!
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 Bamaga to Cairns
Full Tour Itinerary
(Day 1) Meet up at Centenary Park, Nautilus St Trinity beach for briefing. Lets go we’re heading north our first stop will be Rex’s lookout for some pics of the spectacular views. Back on the bikes to the Daintree Ferry terminal. Eyes on the water we might see a croc passing by. The Daintree Village, we will stop for some lunch before we tackle. Option 1 – The Creb track (inland): This 71km track is slippery, muddy with steep ups and downs and water crossings with great views in the heart of the rain forest, the Creb is only open in the dry season almost impossible when wet. Or Option 2 – The Bloomfield Track (the coastal road): 31km of rough unsealed rd with steep inclines, descents and creek crossings, quick refreshment stop at Wujal Wujal. (Accommodation: The Lions Den)
(Day 2) Up early for a cooked breakfast then we’re off to explore Cooktown and the awesome view from Grassy Hill Lookout. Then we have a long ride ahead of us through the Lakefield National Park. Musgrave was first built as an overland telegraph station in 1887, Musgrave is about half way between Cairns and “The Tip” so has been the resting place for many travellers. (Accommodation: Musgrave station)
(Day 3) The Roadhouse is famous for the massive Archer Burger, which can be enjoyed with an ice cold beer. (Accommodation: Archer River)
(Day 4) Located at the road junction of the Bamaga road and the start of the famous Old Telegraph Line. (Accommodation: Bramwell Junction)
(Day 5) The OTL is easier in the dry season, but if there’s been some wet weather the water crossings get too deep to cross so we will take one of the bypass roads instead. Stopping at the iconic Fruit Bat Falls for a swim. This natural weir is croc-free and is a few kilometres from the junction of the Southern Bypass road and the OTL. It has plenty of shady picnic tables, making it the ideal place for a pit stop. The Jardine river ferry crossing. (Accommodation: Bamaga and Punsand Bay)
(Day 6) After breakfast its only 30km to the tip! Pajinka, the traditional name for the northernmost point of mainland Australia at the top of the Cape York Peninsula! After photos and a beer to celebrate we head back to our accommodation for lunch then there’s something very cool planned. We have a helicopter booked for flights around the tip. It’s our farewell dinner and a chance to remember what we have achieved it’s been hard at times but well worth the effort, a trip of a lifetime we’ve all made new friends and a stack of awesome memories, on a trip full of adventure. (Accommodation: Last night at Punsand Bay)
(Day 7) After breakfast it’s time for the team at FNQ MT to say goodbye and well done to all our new friends. The bus has arrived it’s a short drive to Bamaga airport for your flight back to Cairns. What a trip hope to see you all again on your next adventure!!