This 159km loop starts in Golden Grove, which certainly lives up to its name by making you feel as good as gold. The ride ends in the nearby Tea Tree Gully, and takes you on quite a journey along the way.
One of the most famous and popular rides in Australia, this 120km stretch from Torquay to Glenaire takes you right past the Twelve Apostles, one of the seven natural wonders of the world.
National park? Check. Scenic waterfalls? Check. Coastal roads? Check. Sensational suburban scenery? Check. Yup, this ride has just about everything you could ask for.
No list of Australia’s best motorcycle rides would be complete without mentioning the Oxley Highway. This is one of Australia’s most well known and beloved riding roads, and for good reason.
Though you can’t really go wrong riding anywhere in Tasmania, we’ve picked out this little gem of a ride as one of the best. Starting at the gorgeous town of Strahan on Tassie’s west coast, you’ll travel along the A10 to Queenstown, and then on to Derwent Bridge.
As you roar your way along The Lions Road (pun definitely intended), a few things are likely to stand out. First of all, you’ll see why they call this region the Scenic Rim.
If you grew up in Australia and have any interest in motorcycles, you’ll probably already know about The Putty Road. For the uninitiated, allow us to set the scene. For 177km along Sydney’s western edge, you’ll be privy to what can only be described as motorcycling heaven.
A short distance from the Brisbane CBD, Mount Glorious is guaranteed to excite city motorcyclists looking for a change of scenery. The ride takes you through the farmland of Samford Valley and up into the mountain range’s open eucalyptus forest and, nearer the summit, dense rainforest.