About This Tour
Once you arrive at our Base Camp we’ll get you fitted with riding gear, boots and whatever else you need.
The Base Camp is within the Gunn Point riding area so we can hit the trails immediately. If we’re riding further afield it’s just a short drive with our bikes on the trailer to where we’ll set up camp for the day.
Our guides carry snacks for the ride, so we only need to drop off the trail for a light lunch, either at a local pub, bakery, or our day camp if we’re remote.
Riding can finish up between 3 pm and 4 pm depending on your endurance where it’s back to base camp for a couple of well-earned beers.
To make life a little easier for you we have a complimentary transfer service so you don’t need to drive.
Our TraIl Locations
Adelaide River – Boulderdash & Snake Creek
Hundreds of kilometres of single-track, 4x4 trails and some incredible scenery amongst the most challenging riding the Northern Territory has to offer. The hills aren’t huge, but they’re steep, rocky, and loose. This tour is recommended for intermediate riders and above. Only those that enjoy harder and more technical terrain will truly enjoy the Boulderdash Trails.
Wild Horse Plains & Kangaroo Flats
Wild Horse Plains and Kangaroo Flats have the most incredible flowing trails that carve through some insane floodplains. You’ll slalom through termite mounds, epic ridgelines and yes – wild horses. Cracking hills and very technical ridge riding are available if you’re up for it, but unlike some other areas, we can avoid the hard stuff if you prefer.
Wet season closes these areas for a few months each year. We’d like to ride there but the flood plains get, well, they get flooded.
Gunn Point & Crocodile Dundee
Ok, cut to the chase. Some parts of the movie Crocodile Dundee were filmed here, very close to our Base Camp.
Thousands of acres of sand, single-track and flood plains. It’s full of crocodiles so we won’t be doing much swimming here. There’s a couple of full days riding to be had around Gunn Point, including Gunn Point Beach. It is one of those rare places it’s still cool, and legal, to ride up to the water’s edge.
The current home to the local enduro club, and home to the classic Kamfari Enduro – one of Australia’s longest-running dirt races. Held at the end of the wet season, the Kamfari is all about mud and water. We avoid the worst of the wet season here, but in drier times the vast area has a ridiculous network of singletrack. There must be upwards of 300 kilometres there.
1 Days Ridings
Husqvarna TE250i or FE501 Motorcycle
Airport Pickup Included
Riding Gear Included
Professional & Knowledgeable Tour Guides