Day 28. 110km. Wisemans Ferry – Wolli Creek

Posted: November 8, 2020 in Australia, Cycling, NSW
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Today was visiting some of my favourite places on the Hawkesbury River, and today was navigating my way through the suburbs of Sydney. The loop is now complete. Home – Broken Hill – home.

The approach to the city

The approach to the city

I followed the bends of the Hawkesbury River for a while, breathing in the nature before plunging into the Sydney traffic.

Hawkesbury River

Hawkesbury River

Hawkesbury River

Hawkesbury River

Hawkesbury River

Hawkesbury River

Approaching Sydney from the north or west always involves cycling on some busy, unpleasant roads. I have found a way out of Sydney heading south, but in other directions, stints on very main roads or freeways are unavoidable. This time I didn’t do too badly. Only once aggressive horn ‘get off the f*ing road!’

My good deed of the day was to save a little turtle sitting in the middle of a busy road, waiting to be squashed.

Turtle saved

Turtle saved

My Tour de NSW is now complete – 2858km in total. From the green and hilly coast to the desolate and barren outback, there is a lot to see in this beautiful state. Not a bad place to be in lockdown.

  1. Bev says:

    Loved that you rescued that little turtle. Take care and we look forward to hearing about your future adventures.

  2. A great adventure to follow along on! Looking forward to your next one. Four months until I set off again.

  3. dreiradfahrer66 says:

    Hi Mathew,

    vielen Dank für deinen wunderbaren Bericht von deiner Reise.
    Es ist für mich immer eine Freude, deine Blogs zu lesen. Ich habe schon deine Reise von Eindhoven nach Adelaide verfolgt und sie erfüllen mich immer mit Fernweh und Sehnsucht nach ähnlichen Abenteuern.

    Vielen Dank nochmal und bleib gesund!


  4. Eliza Waters says:

    I enjoyed the scenery very much – Your tours are always so interesting to follow!

  5. You should go to the Flinders Ranges. They’re beautiful.

  6. […] The last stretch was through the Hunter Valley and its endless coal mines, and then the familiar territory of the Hawkesbury River. […]

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