The moment your step into the sidecar you will instantly feel animated. Enjoy views of golden sand beaches, stunning lookouts and the fresh sea breeze in your face, all while listening to commentary on landmarks and local history.
Cruise along the golden beaches of the south coast in a sidecar motorcycle and revel in the attention from curious onlookers. This spirited and wonderful tour only comes from the genuine feeling an open-air sidecar ride can provide. Departing from Wollongong CBD, you'll hit the road and venture through picturesque coastal suburbs towards Bulli. Briefly stopping at the famous Bulli Pass, you'll head to Sublime Point lookout to soak in the breathtaking panoramic views at 415 metres above sea level. The breeze will flow freely through your hair as you cruise along Maddens Plains, stopping at Bald Hill lookout. Here you'll be treated to more world-class views, looking down to the south over the Grand Pacific Drive and Sea Cliff Bridge. Hang gliders frequently use this point for take-offs, providing exciting viewing and photo opportunities. Jump back in the sidecar to wind along the iconic Sea Cliff Bridge, a highlight along Lawrence Hargrave Drive, before heading back to the pick-up point.
This tour runs for three hours.
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to this policy:
Tours cater for 1-2 people.
Occasionally extreme wet weather will hinder the tours. If this happens you can continue with the tour (providing it's safe) or reschedule for another time. If you commence the tour and it becomes unsafe or unpleasant to continue, the provider will consult with options available.
Warm clothes are recommended and dressing in layers. Pillion passengers (behind the operator) must wear enclosed shoes.
The provider puts your safety first. Tours are conducted at slow to medium speeds. 90% of tours involve speeds not exceeding 60km/phr while remains 10% maximum speed is 70 km/phr.
This experience is located in Wollongong, 90 kilometres south of Sydney.