Adrian + Sharne 08.10.19 – trike tour overseas visitors

trike tour overseas visitors

Our customer rang to see if we could organise a surprise trike tour overseas visitors. We sure could. All our tours are great for overseas visitors (and locals), so it was a hard decision. We all decided the North Shore Skimmer would be a good one. This way our customers could meet the visitors at the end of the ride and go out for lunch.

Lord Nelson Hotel

Craig picked the overseas passengers up from outside The Lord Nelson Brewery Hotel, in the Rocks.

Firstly, they rode over the iconic Sydney Harbour Bridge. We never tire of the famous bridge and the view it gives us. Make sure you look up at the arches as you ride under them. You can’t do that in a car and they really are impressive.

The Kirribilli Loop

After that, they rode to the Kirribilli Loop. That’s what we call it. It means we stop near Jeffrey Street Wharf Kirribilli. This gives everyone a lovely view over Sydney Harbour towards the Sydney Opera House and the Sydney CBD. In addition, they stopped for photos with the beautiful view behind them.

Continuing on the Kirribilli Loop, they rode under the north end of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. Similarly, this gives a very different perspective to the bridge from any other. They rode past the Luna Park entrance road and past North Sydney Olympic Pool before heading to Neutral Bay.

Taronga Zoo and Bradleys Head

After that, they rode through Mosman and down past Taronga Zoo. Quite often you will see koalas sleeping in their trees or eating their lunch. At the bottom of this road is Bradleys Head. More beautiful views! It’s almost all so pretty you’ll get a headache – joking!

Middle Harbour

Continuing on, they rode past the lovely Balmoral Beach and then across the Spit Bridge. In addition, it has lovely views of Middle Harbour. Riding on, the rode to the lower northern beaches of Seaforth Headland, Clontarf, and Tania Park.

Arabanoo Lookout

Tania Park and Arabanoo Lookout is part of Dobroyd Head. The views across Sydney Harbour to both the Heads – North and South – are amazing. You can see through to the Tasman Sea, part of the South Pacific Ocean.


However, time was up so Craig dropped the passengers off in Manly. Their friends, our customers, met them there at they all went out for lunch. In conclusion, the surprise trike tour overseas visitors was a huge success.

Adrian wrote to us: “Craig made the tour so interesting. This was a magical tour where we saw some of the best of Sydney. I would seriously recommend taking this tour”.