Category: Sydney to Melbourne

A 1,250 Km bike ride in March 2017, accompanied by Sharad Tank

Cycling Around Melbourne

Tue 28th March 2017 – Melbourne Cycleways (53 Km) Weather: 15⁰C min – 23⁰C max, fine and sunny     “A bend in the road is not the end of the road … unless you fail...

Are We There Yet?

Sydney to Melbourne Stage 19 – Sun 26th March 2017 – Stony Point to Melbourne (70 Km) Weather: 15⁰C min – 25⁰C max, cloudy but fine     “Think of all the beauty around...

Almost There

Sydney to Melbourne Stage 18 – Sat 25th March 2017 – Inverloch to Cowes (74 Km) Weather: 18⁰C min – 25⁰C max, partly sunny     “Live each day as if your life had...

Short and Sweet

Sydney to Melbourne Stage 17 – Thurs 23rd March 2017 – Leongatha to Inverloch (37 Km) Weather: 14⁰C min – 22⁰C max, fine and sunny – yeah!!!     “All our dreams can come true...

The Rainmakers

Sydney to Melbourne Stage 16 – Wed 22nd March 2017 – Traralgon to Leongatha (78 Km) Weather: 13⁰C min – 21⁰C max, steady soaking rain most of the way     “None are so...

Route C105

Sydney to Melbourne Stage 15 – Tue 21st March 2017 – Maffra to Traralgon (64 Km) Weather: 17⁰C min – 22⁰C max, light rain     “Without hard work, nothing grows but weeds” ~...

Rainy Days and Mondays

Sydney to Melbourne Stage 14 – Mon 20th March 2017 – Bairnsdale to Maffra (76 Km) Weather: 16⁰C min – 24⁰C max, rain showers     “Push yourself again and again. Don’t give an...

Glorious Gippsland Day

Sydney to Melbourne Stage 13 – Sat 18th March 2017 – Orbost to Bairnsdale (94 Km) Weather: 16⁰C min – 25⁰C max, sunny       “When my legs hurt, I say: “Shut up...

Luck of the Irish

Sydney to Melbourne Stage 12 – Fri 17th March 2017 (St Patricks Day) – Cann River to Orbost via Marlo (94 Km) Weather: 12⁰C min – 21⁰C max, cloudy then sunny     “You...

Across the Border

Sydney to Melbourne Stage 11 – Thur 16th March 2017 – Eden to Genoa (63 Km) Weather: 14⁰C min – 22⁰C max, mostly cloudy, a little rain     “The only way of finding...

Whale of a Time

Sydney to Melbourne Stage 10 – Wed 15th March 2017 – Kalaru (nearTathra) to Eden (51 Km) Weather: 20⁰C min – 25⁰C max, perfect sunshine     “There is nothing impossible to those who...

Roller Coaster Ride

Sydney to Melbourne Stage 9 – Tue 14th March 2017 – Wallaga Lake to Kalaru (near Tathra) (61 Km) Weather: 20⁰C min – 24⁰C max, rain showers     “Courage doesn’t mean you don’t...

Memories

Sydney to Melbourne Stage 8 – Sun 12th March 2017 – Narooma to Bermagui (30 Km) Weather: 17⁰C min – 24⁰C max, partly cloudy, but fine     “Fortune favours the brave” ~ Publius...

Sand, Sea, Surf and Land

Sydney to Melbourne Stage 7 – Sat 11th March 2017 – Malua Bay to Narooma (76 Km) Weather: 16⁰C min – 26⁰C max, mostly sunny     “Nothing is far when you want to...

On the Road Again

Sydney to Melbourne Stage 6 – Fri 10th March 2017 – Ulladulla to Malua Bay (65 Km) Weather: 17⁰C min – 22⁰C max, fine and sunny, clear blue sky!     “Happiness, not in...

Adventure before Dementia

Sydney to Melbourne – Thursday 9th March 2017 – Rest Day in Ulladulla Weather: 18⁰C min – 21⁰C max, partly cloudy but fine   “Life is to be enjoyed, not endured” ~ Gordon B....

The Hills are Alive!

Sydney to Melbourne Stage 5 – Wed 8th March 2017 – Sanctuary Point to Ulladulla (55 Km) Weather: 18⁰C min – 20⁰C max, light rain, glimpses of blue sky     “Live now, believe...

Short, Safe and Scenic

Sydney to Melbourne Stage 4 – Tue 7th March 2017 – Nowra to Sanctuary Point (39 Km) Weather: 16⁰C min – 20⁰C max, partly sunny with some light rain showers     “I have...

Happy Days!

Sydney to Melbourne Stage 3 – Mon 6th March 2017 – Kiama to Nowra (41 Km) Weather: 17⁰C min – 22⁰C max, partly cloudy, mainly fine, but strong winds     “It is our...

Faith in Humanity

Sydney to Melbourne Stage 2 – Sun 5th March 2017 – Koonawarra to Kiama (33 Km) Weather: 18⁰C min – 24⁰C max, Partly cloudy. Medium (60%) chance of showers     “If you only...

Rain, Rain, Rain!

Sydney to Melbourne Stage 1 – Sat 4th March 2017 – Waterfall to Koonawarra (62 Km) Weather: 19⁰C min – 23⁰C max, steady soaking rain     “You are never too old to set...

Another Bucket List Item

The word “mate” has a long, proud and distinctive history in Australia. From Broome to Omeo, “G’day mate, how ya going?” is the familiar phrase all Australians instinctively understand. Aussie “mateship” can be traced...