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ADV EventsAustralia & New ZealandSydney to the Outback - Mar.11-20, 2015

Sydney to the Outback – Mar.11-20, 2015

Ride the outback of New South Wales and Australia with Charley Boorman.

Published on 12.01.2014

Compass Expeditions is very pleased to have a true life adventurer, Charley Boorman, guest leading the Sydney to the Outback tour for 2015. This incredible ride into the outback of North South Wales and South Australia will culminate in a ride along the Great Ocean Road into Melbourne.

The Sydney to the Outback ride travels via the UNESCO listed Blue Mountains and continues on to Bathurst then Parkes. The ride continues onto Menindee then to the mining town of Broken Hill where it all began for the world’s mining giant, BHP. Experience the beauty of the Flinders Ranges and spend two nights at the remote Rawnsley Park Station before riding south through the Barossa Valley, Adelaide Hills and the spectacular Coorong National Park. The final days will include a visit of the Grampians before riding the world-renowned Great Ocean Road and finishing off in Melbourne.

Charley will be accompanied by Billy Ward, his friend and an experienced tour leader. Billy works with Charley on many different motorcycle adventure projects.


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Event organizer: Compass Expeditions

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Author: Annette Peterson
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