Our American passengers really loved the idea of the southern spectacular trike ride. We discussed the route and they booked it. As they wrote “Thank you Katrina. It’s all good….looking forward to this trip !!” They loved it!
southern spectacular trike ride
Therefore, our trike rider Barry picked them up from their hotel in the city. He took them on the southern spectacular trike ride. They increased the trike tour to 5 hours. This included lunch (to a certain value).
The Royal National Park
Firstly, they rode through Sydney city to the south through the Royal National Park. The Royal National Park is Australia’s first National Park and after Yellowstone in the U.S.A. was the second National Park in the world to be established.
Interestingly, the park was originally named The National Park but this was changed in 1955 after a quick visit by Queen Elizabeth II to the Royal National Park. It was created as a people’s park in 1879 and the park covers an area of 132 sq km.
Coalcliff and Clifton
After travelling through the relaxing natural Australian bush, we travel the road between Coalcliff and Clifton, it used to have some scary moments. The potential of falling debris or subsidence into the sea made it necessary to close the road, but all is well again.
Sea Cliff Bridge
However, the impressive 665 metre Sea Cliff Bridge is now in operation, snaking its way around the cliffs and over the water, offering a far safer but spectacular route.
lunch at a cafe
Just over halfway through the tour, they stopped for lunch at a cafe. In other words, we stop for photos, to stretch the body and also to eat and drink (if prearranged). It was good food, good drinks and a great time.
However, time was almost up so they headed home (hotel) via the Bulli Pass and Princes Highway. In conclusion, the southern spectacular trike ride was a huge success. Importantly, Jeno and Vasile loved the whole experience, they’d do it again!