Yanchep National Park adventures made easy

Michael Bone (Butler) owner of EasyRider Adventures. Picture: Martin Kenealey d456627
Michael Bone (Butler) owner of EasyRider Adventures. Picture: Martin Kenealey d456627

FUTURISTIC machines are carrying visitors around an obstacle course at Yanchep National Park.

Butler resident Michael Bone and his family have based their EasyRider Adventures business on the Bull Banksia Oval in the park.

Mr Bone said they had a variety of electronic personal transporters designed to carry people of various ages and abilities, which made the activity more inclusive.

Having ridden on similar machines in the UK and Europe with his wife Sally, daughter Lily (15) and son John (13), the former scaffolder said the business aimed to give families similar experiences.

“EasyRiders Adventures was born out of a desire to bring together an all encompassing fun family central experience with an outdoor and nature experience,” he said.

“Yanchep National Park is the ideal place to introduce, what we believe will be, a revolutionary way to entice and entertain both new and old visitors.

“I ride every day and I still get excited.

“We have resourced the most up to date and innovative electric personal transporter devices that the market has to offer.

Using a range of machines, each with their own unique attributes, will ensure that we can offer this wholesome family fun experience to the broadest age and physical ability range of customers.

“Every six months we will introduce new machines.”

Adding to attractions such as caves, koalas, kangaroos and bush, the Bone family have created an obstacle course designed for people aged 10 and up to manoeuvre around.

During the school holidays, they are operating from 10am to 3pm, if weather permits, and during the term it will be on weekends.

They have also held pop-up hire days at parks in the City of Wanneroo, including in Alkimos and Jindalee.