In Sydney for a holiday, our passengers decided to do the Harley tour Sydney sights. What a great idea it was because they saw a lot of the major Sydney icons. It was a really fun way to see the sights, being on the back of a Harley certainly does give a different perspective.
Sydney Harbour Bridge
Our Harley riders, Pez and Simon, picked the passengers up from their hotel in the Sydney CBD. Firstly they rode over the famous Sydney Harbour Bridge. Imagine riding over the bridge on a Harley! The view is spectacular without a roof or sides impeding the view.
First stop was Blues Point Reserve. The views looking east are beautiful across Sydney Harbour. Look towards the Harbour Bridge and the iconic Sydney Opera House and you can even see Luna Park.
The Kirribilli Loop
The next interesting part of the ride was the Kirribilli Loop. It travels past Jeffrey Street Wharf and behind it is a wonderful view across Sydney Harbour to the Sydney Opera House. After that, they rode under the northern section of the Sydney Harbour Bridge so they could look up and see the underneath.
They finished the loop by riding past Luna Park and the North Sydney Olympic Pool. Heading back across the bridge, they rode through the city to Mrs Macquarie’s Point. The view from here is amazing, it looks westward over Sydney.
The infamous Kings Cross
From here they rode through Woolloomooloo and past Finger Wharf. Next we rode past the iconic Harry’s Cafe De Wheels and into the infamous Kings Cross. It is the red light district of Sydney though it is not as ‘full on’ as it was in its heyday.
However, time was up so after such a fun Harley ride we had to take them to the drop off place. In conclusion, the Harley tour Sydney sights was a huge success. Above all, our passengers loved it.