At Southern Cross Motorbike tours, the most important thing to us is the health and safety of our customers, staff, and communities. Our management team have been closely monitoring the developments and advice provided around COVID-19.
We are excited to share that we will have some tour options running for Northern Territory residents from the 15th June 2020
The biosecurity area restrictions have now been lifted, and federally managed areas such as as the Kakadu National Park are set to re-open at midnight on 18th June 2020.
As the Northern Territory Borders are still closed within Australia, along with International travel restrictions, we Territorians have a unique opportunity to explore our fantastic outback.
We thank all of our customers for their patience, support and understanding during these uncertain times and will continue to provide regular updates as the COVID-19 situation progresses.
After rain overnight, it was a beautiful cool morning that we we set off to meet up with Kim the Kiwi, who’d flown in from NZ the night before. From there we headed up to Noonamah and caught up with the Darwin Classic Motorcycle Club for a ride down to Batchelor and onward to Adelaide River on Coach road.
Coach road is the original road winding between Batchelor and Adelaide River Townships – we had to navigate a couple of flooded creek crossings during this adventure!
After a lovely pub lunch we had leisurely return home via The Noonamah. A good day was had by all, with a great mix of bikes from BMW Adventure bikes, Harleys both new and old, a KTM990 and a Honda XR400 (16 bikes in total!). And for a bonus – the rain held off all day.
Watch this space for the next Wet Season Mystery Tour – or get in touch and we’ll make a unique tour just for you and your mates!