The Ride To Cape York

Riding to Cape York


So… The plan was to ride a bike, a push bike, from Melbourne up to the top of Cape York. Fundraising for Autism. Firstly heading down to Wilsons Promontory, the southern most point of Australia’s mainland and then up to the northern most point. Cape York Peninsula. Travelling unsupported, carrying all my own gear. Oh and to make things a little more challenging I was going to be heading up through Cape York in the middle of the wet season.


The journey was meant to cover around 5000Kms and take around 3 months. The departure date was a late start on the 7th of December. The renovations on the house are kind of done. Yes, time for a change, moving out and taking off on a pushy.

I wasn’t doing this without a purpose, I was trying to raise some much needed funding for Amaze (Autism Victoria) and hopefully raise lots of awareness of what Autism is and how it effects people and families.

Unfortunately life got in the way and I had to return to Melbourne after  only traveling 1300Kms. Stopping just outside of Sydney and taking a train back.  Unexpected changes meant I had to make the difficult  decision to end the trip.  A lot of people have asked me if I’m going to continue and the  short answer is “No”. This journey has come to a close. There is still a longing to take off on another adventure, where this might be I haven’t decided yet. For the time being I will be grounded in Melbourne, as I have taken on the challenge of building a house. A place to call home.

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Keeping Up To Date…

If you’d like to  follow the journey, you can follow the  Facebook page or you can join the email list below to receive the occasional Blog post via email. most important of all, if you’d like to make a donation please go to the GoFundraise page. All the money donated goes directly to Amaze so they can continue raising awareness and influence positive change for people on the autism spectrum and their families. And continue providing independent, credible information and resources to individuals, families, professionals, government and the wider community.