Ride Cairns to Cape York
Feel the adrenaline rush with North Queensland Trail Bike Adventures, which is 100% rider/owner family operated Company, leading you on your trip of a lifetime in Australia’s incredible Far North Queensland Cairns, Atherton Tablelands and Cape York, experiencing remote regions assuring you a real Australian trail bike riding bush experience.
This part of the world boasts breathtaking natural wonders, such as spectacular mountain ranges with awesome tracks and trails, crystal clear swimming holes and long stretches of white sandy beaches with trail bike riding adventures in the tropical rainforest.
The Australian landscape offers a wide range of experiences however few are as unique as riding Cairns to Cape York on you own 2 wheels with North Queensland Trail Bike Adventures.
Bursting at the seams with natural attractions, a journey to Australia’s Tropical North Queensland guarantees magnificent world heritage nature and a myriad of unique trail bike adventures.
Cairns – energised by Nature
The city of Cairns is a modern and sophisticated and friendly hub of excitement with an easy going charm of a relaxed tropical destination, that acts as the perfect base for easy access to the world heritage listed rainforest and outback.
Atherton Tablelands – wild, unspoilt and adventurous
Queensland’s tropical North highlands are lush green mountainous plain nestled between the Bellender Ker Range and the Great Dividing Range offering fresh cool air, charming villages and the perfect environment for trail bike riding at its best.
Cape York – On many people’s “bucket list”
Feel the emotion when you stand at the very top of Australia’s mainland.
Cape York boasts an area of stunningly diverse bio systems, from World Heritage listed rainforests, remote beaches and escarpment country rich in Aboriginal Culture and has been the destination of many journeys from the earliest settlers, the European navigators and many land expeditions.
Cape York Peninsula with its stunning scenery and natural environment, fascinating history and enduring aboriginal and islander cultures, exploring the vast wilderness of Cape York is a life enhancing experience.
Cape York is one of Australias last great wilderness areas and is a dream destination for all trail bike riding enthusiasts, encapsulating the freedom and pioneering spirit of the great Australian outdoors.
The Peninsula developmental road (PDR) is the main artery from Lakeland Downs all the way up to Weipa, and then the Telegraph Road, Bamaga Road continues on to Cape York. The road is graded at the end of the wet season but becomes more corrugated as the dry season progresses.
North Queensland Trail Bike Adventures keeps you off the main dirt highway (PDR) and other developmental roads letting you experience genuine bush trails and tracks through private land and Traditional Lands, which other companies do not offer.
North Queensland Trail Bike Adventures offer all inclusive fully guided trail bike tours enabling motorcycle enthusiasts to experience memorable adrenaline filled adventures riding from Cairns to Cape York.
On our adventures, you will explore some incredible diverse landscapes across our magical far north.
STANDING AT THE TIP OF AUSTRALIA
After an exciting adventure filled ride from Cairns to Cape York you will be feeling the excitement as you near the Northern most point of mainland Australia.
You’ve made it to the tip of Australia!
From peak point, you look out towards Possession Island.
Thursday Island, just an hours ferry ride from Seisa. Setting this special place apart from any other is its unique cultural heritage and pivotal wartime role due to its strategic location.
North Queensland Trail Bike Adventures offer Cape York Tours from the months of May through to September which are the dry and cool months in our Tropical Far North Queensland.
Get outdoors and explore the best of Cairns to Cape York, Atherton Tablelands and experience the natural beauty with North Queensland Trail
Cape York Tour Dates
14 July - 19 July - 11 spots
28 July - 2 August - 6 spots
11 August - 16 August - 6 spots
25 August - 30 August - 3 spots
8 September - 13 September - 5 spots
22 September - 27 September - 13 spots
7 June - 13 June - 14 spots
21 June - 27 June - 14 spots
5 July - 11 July - 14 spots
19 July - 25 July - 14 spots
2 August - 8 August - 14 spots
16 August - 22 August - 14 spots
30 August - 5 September - 14 spots
13 September - 19 September - 14 spots
27 September - 3 October - 14 spots