Russell was given the Northern Beach Harley tour from a friend. He is visiting from Western Australia and his friend thought it was a great way to see the area. It sure was!
Manly, Queenscliff, Curl Curl, Dee Why
Craig picked him up from the Novotel Sydney Manly Pacific. Firstly they rode up the northern beaches coast. After that they rode along the coastline, through Queenscliff (part of Manly). Continuing on, they rode through Freshwater and Curl Curl. There are lovely views of the South Pacific Ocean.
Collaroy Beach, Wakehurst Parkway
Past Dee Why Beach and a few others until they arrived at Collaroy Beach. Then they turned onto the Wakehurst Parkway. This follows around past Narrabeen Lake. It is a lovely area with a great atmosphere.
Before returning to Manly they rode through a little known area which includes Oxford Falls. The whole Wakehurst Parkway scenery feels like you are actually out in the country. Above all, a Harley ride is a great way to see the sights.
Russell loved the Harley ride – in conclusion, the Northern Beach Harley tour was a success! http://trolltours.com.au/product/design-your-own-ride/
We didn’t ride this far as we can’t drive to Palm Beach and return in 1 hour. After the ride, we couyld drop you off at a lovely place such as Shelly Beach in Cabbage Tree Bay, Manly. The bay is a protected marine reserve teeming with colourful fish such as blue groper and cuttlefish. Snorkelling and diving are popular here in the crystal-clear waters.
But this beautiful coastline curves from Manly to Palm Beach, a popular destination for fans of TV soap Home and Away. There is a casual ambience and natural beauty of the Northern Beaches, one of Australia’s most famous surfing meccas.
The National Surfing Reserves are Manly, Freshwater and North Narrabeen beaches. Long stretches of golden sand are perfect for soaking up sunshine and fresh ocean air.