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August 21st to September 5th
As far as we know this incredible fat bike adventure, riding every beach from Brisbane to Sydney has been achieved only once before by one (slightly crazy) solo woman!!!..and yes we know her!
We will be using fat bikes for the beach riding which we can supply – or you may bring your own.
This trip is an incredibly satisfying and intense exploration of the NSW coastline, where every long white beach, stunning headland and adventurous river crossing will be imprinted on your mind forever after! Plus we get to enjoy quaint coastal towns, surfing hotspots and fishing villages. Why not throw your surfboard in the bus for this one!
This adventure lends itself superbly to being shared by a group of mates, so get in touch and we can plan!
We will use our 4WD bus and aluminium dinghy for support and plan to camp wild for one or two nights and stay in campgrounds in town for the remainder when perhaps a beer at the pub will go down well! Since some of the headlands are a scramble, those who wish can take a detour with the bus. As a small group, we are adaptable! The following Itinerary is only a guide and we may adapt to suit the group or conditions. We also have to work around the tides and be prepared for very early or late starts.
Day 1- The Spit to Fingal- 45kms We will pick up in Brisbane 8.00 am and head to The Spit at the Gold Coast, where our beach ride adventure begins. We’ve got around 35kms to ride, past surf beaches, skyscrapers, parks and beachfront bars until we reach our 1st significant river, the Tweed. Our Bus and tinnie will be waiting to ferry us across into NSW and we roll on to camp at Fingal Head.
Day 2 – Fingal Head to Byron Bay- 65kms Lovely long stretches of deserted beaches for this day.
Day 3 – Byron Bay to Evans Head- 77kms Lots of headlands, stunning beaches and a ferry crossing at Ballina
Day 4 – Evans Head to Brooms Head – 98kms Fun on the headlands around Yamba
Day 5 – Brooms Head to Pebbly Beach 47kms Great beaches all the way to Wooli, across the river and then a gnarly path around the headland, or by bus if you wish.
Day 6 – Pebbly Beach to Coffs Harbour 53 kms Nice hard sand beaches, lots of creek crossings and trails over headlands. Seafood dinner in Coffs perhaps!
Day 7 Coffs Harbour to Nambucca Heads 62kms Quick ride on Great Beach down to Sawtell, across the estuary and on to Bellinger River crossing and Nambucca Heads.
Day 8 Nambucca Heads to Hat Head 80kms After ferrying our bikes across Nambucca river we have a delightful ride along Gaagal Wangaan National Park Beach to Scotts Head, Grassy Head and across the Macleay River to South West Rocks and Trial bay. From Smoky Cape along a gorgeous beach to Hat Head and campsite.
Day 9 Hat Head to Bonnie Hills 65kms From Hat Head we head down Killick Beach to Crescent Head home of the longest surf break in Australia. Then we ride the beaches of Goolawah and Lime Burners national park, cross the Hastings River and navigate through Port Macquarie back to Lighthouse Beach and roll along a lovely long stretch of beach to Bonnie Hills campground.
Day 10 Bonny Hills to Manning Point 55kms Short beach ride to our river crossing at Camden Haven then a wild beach all the way to Diamond head, Crowdy head, across the Manning River to our camp at Manning Point.
Day 11 Manning Point to Elizabeth beach 67kms Crossing at Forster Tuncurry and beautiful scenery as we roll into Elizabeth beach through Booti Booti National Park.
Day 12 Elizabeth Beach to One Mile 85kms A road detour today due to lack of beaches through Myall lakes, then we drop down onto the beach again south of Seal Rocks to ride really pristine beaches with amazingly clear water all the way to our crossing to Nelson.
Day 13 One Mile to Caves Beach 75kms Today we get to ride wonderful Stockton Beach!
Day 14 Caves Beach to Woy Woy 80kms Fun day of scrambling around headlands, good sand beaches and ferries
Day 15 Woy Woy to Sydney Opera House We’ll cross the Hawkesbury River by ferry and then make our way to the Manly Ferry so we can finish our journey at the Opera house.