Cairns to Karumba Bike Ride is a truly epic adventure that you will talk about for a lifetime. Whether you are a rider (road or dirt), a supporter or a volunteer, there is a place for everyone. Each year, 250+ riders, volunteers and support crews travel through the unique and historic outback towns of the iconic Savannah Way, raising funds to make sure bush kids get a fair-go. The kids line the route and say g’day with cheering, banners and flags.
While you’re here
Experience the best Tropical North Queensland has to offer
16 things to do on your first trip to Cairns
If ever the statement “so much to do, so little time” rang true of a destination, Cairns would be it. With the Great Barrier Reef in its front yard and the Wet Tropics rainforest out the back, aside from your bathers, time is the best thing you can pack for a visit to Tropical North Queensland. If it’s your first time in the North Queensland capital, start with these 16 things to do in Cairns.
Bike & brew: The best post-ride breweries
Your tyres are dirty, your senses are buzzing, your muscles are aching and your parched palate is craving something more than water. Beer, maybe?
Savannah Way – An Outback Adventure through Gulf Country
From sculptural gorges, to bird-filled wetlands, experience 1,099kms of pure outback adventure as you drive Queensland’s Savannah Way.
10 outback towns to add to your itinerary
Hit the road and explore these tiny towns on your next adventure west into the Gulf Savannah and Outback country of Tropical North Queensland.
Cairns to Karumba Bike Ride video
See the 260 riders, together with over 100 support volunteers travel from Cairns to Karumba.
Cairns is a vibrant welcoming city with an all-year-round outdoor lifestyle.Find out more about Cairns