Experience the Best of Australia with
The MotoGP™ Legend Daryl Beattie
Sportsnet® Holidays is proud to be an official reseller of Daryl Beattie Adventures, which is owned and operated by ex-500cc MotoGP™ champion Daryl Beattie. This is your opportunity to hop on a bike & explore some of the most remote and spectacular areas of the Australian outback with a MotoGP™ legend.
“Adventure is just a ride away!” Experience Australia on two wheels, with Daryl riding on all tours.
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“adventure is just a ride away”
Departing from Ooraminna Station, Alice Springs, this tour heads north to the Tanami Track before turning off to Papunya, and the great open dirt roads. Heading west, the tour stops off at a local Indigenous community, Kunawarritji (Well 33) located on the Canning Stock Route, before continuing to Marble Bar, a town and rock formation in the Pilbara. The tour then continues to follow the west coast up to the coastal, pearling and tourist town of Broome.
From Kununurra you'll make your way to Emma Gorge for a swim before you tackle rocky water crossings into El Questro. You'll continue a journey west with spectacular scenery as you head for Munurru. There will be plenty of swimming at Mitchell Falls and again at the beautiful Mount Barnett Station swimming hole. You'll see the spectacular Windjana Gorge and then get back on the bitumen on your way into Broome.
Departing the beautiful Lake Argyle, you will follow the Savannah Way as you cross the border from Western Australia into Northern Territory stopping at a number of locations including Victoria River Downs, The Daly Waters Pub and a township as isolated as any in the Northern Territory, Borroloola. As you ride into Queensland, spend time exploring the scenic Lawn Hill National Park before making your way to Karumba and spending the night in the Gulf before continuing your journey onto Cairns.
Ooraminna To Broome Itinerary
Leaving our overnight stay we will head through Alice and out towards the Tanami before turning left and heading west calling into Papunya and Kintore communities. Late afternoon we will make camp just west of the WA border.