Join this Harley Davidson tour and thunder along Melbourne’s Monash Freeway, then on through the majestic surrounds of the Dandenong Ranges National Park.
Join this Harley Davidson tour and thunder along Melbourne’s Monash Freeway, then on through the majestic surrounds of the Dandenong Ranges National Park. Your Harley ride will take you past Fern Tree Gully and on through the winding mountain roads to the village of Olinda for a coffee. Then you’ll continue the short distance to the summit so you can admire the magnificent views of Melbourne and Port Phillip from the Observatory lookout. Stretch your legs and breathe in the scene before returning to Melbourne in style.
On the day of your Harley ride you'll meet your rider and his prize machine at a pre-arranged venue. Then you'll board the Harley Davidson and sit back and relax to the sound of its infamous V-twin roar.
At the end of the Harley ride through the Dandenong Ranges you'll be safely returned to where your Harley ride began. Enjoy the breathtaking scenery of Melbourne’s National Park on the back of a Harley Davidson during the ultimate Harley ride.
My Harley ride with Pete was outstanding. His handling of the bike was exceptional and his conversation about places and people of interest along the ride through the Dandenongs was fascinating and informative. I had a wonderful time and will repeat it at least annually.
Great way to quinch that mid life crisis thirst for the youth of yester year.
This is the best experience I could have asked for. The sheer exhilartion of riding on the back of a Harley cannot fully be explained, you just have to do it. It was just so good. I want to do it again.
Originally used by the Bunurong and Woewurrong Aboriginal tribes, the Ranges became an important source of timber for early Melbourne and much of the forest was cleared. Farming became established late last century as roads and railways were built. The 'Puffing Billy' narrow-gauge line from Ferntree Gully to Gembrook was opened in 1900.
The area became popular with tourists from the 1870s onwards; Fern Tree Gully was first reserved as a park in 1882 and other areas followed. The present national park was established in 1987.
When Can I Cruise? Every day of the year, except for Christmas day. Sidecar (takes 2 extra people) available on special request with 2 weeks notice.
What about photos? Feel free to take your camera or video camera to capture yourself in action.
What about transport? We will collect your from your hotel, home, work or meet you at any location. Pick up from Metro Melbourne area included. Collection from outside this area available at extra cost on request.