Cafe Racing the Scenic Rim is an emerging sport on the Gold Coast, but it really started in the 1950s in post-war London. Today it is an emerging motorsport. This post provides a look at the cafe racing the scenic rim on Australia’s Gold Coast.
The Sunshine Coast is known for its long beaches, SCUBA diving and holiday atmosphere. But behind the golden beaches is a biker’s paradise. In this blog post I explore the tracks and cafes of the D’Aguilar National Park and the Summerset Dam.
The Whitsundays are know for their 74 island paradises. But the coastal beaches should not be under estimated. Check out these beaches on your next tropical holiday.
There are few roads on the planet that go through such spectacular areas such as the world heritage listed Daintree Rain Forest. I ride through it on my quest to find the best beach in Queensland.
The tip of Cape York is a bucket list journey for many adventurous Australians. Getting though requires good planning. This book should be used as a guide for when and when to go on a trip of a life time.
The end of my tour of Queensland is an opportunity to reflect on what I have learnt. I ask the valuable question “What did Smilie mean?”
I’m riding to Ravenswood an historical gold mining town in North Queensland. Along the way I will pass under the spillway of the Burdekin Dam.
The Bowen River Hotel is situated along a rural dirt track approximately 20 kilometres from Collinsville. In this journey I ride from Eungella Dam to the famous Bowen River Hotel.
The town of St Lawrence in Central Queensland has the highest tidal flow in Queensland. It has a fascinating history.
Palm lined shores adorn the area where in 1770 Captain James Cook would have landed for the second time in what was to become Australia.