The Jayco Journey provided us with a comfortable home away from home on our weekend trip to Lake Awoonga Caravan Park. Lake Awoonga is located just south of the Gladstone turn-off. Lake Awoonga offers a range of accommodation options, including cabins, powered sites and unpowered sites. Hire a boat and explore Lake Awoonga and discover […]
We head to Isla Gorge, Cracow Beach and Gyranda cattle station in the heart of Central Queensland. For more information check out the OQTA website: https://www.outbackqueensland.com.au The Sandstone Wonders website is also worth a look for detailed information on the region: https://sandstonewonders.com/discover/isla-gorge/
Expedition National Park is filled with rugged beauty, plenty of bush campsites to spend the night, 4WD action and challenging hikes. Robinson Gorge has breath-taking lookouts suitable for experienced bushwalkers who can handle the rough ground. Expedition National Park is a rare gem in an area of the country that definitely demands extra attention. For […]
The Dawson River thrives with Yellow Belly and other native species thanks to the good work of the local Fish Stocking Association. The Apex Park sits beside Dawson and is a great place to catch fish or drop a pot. The park offers affordable camping in Moura, in the Banana Shire region. A large, shady […]
We join the Motorama 4x4xmore club on an adventure to Australia’s best-kept secret, Levuka 4WD Park. Levuka has camping grounds, spectacular views and medium to challenging driving tracks through the rainforest. You’ll come across gullies, creek crossings, and plenty of mud makes this a great testing ground. For more information check out the Levuka website: […]
Kroombit Tops offers the chance to get back to nature and camp without facilities, away from technology. Take a bush walk and explore forests on four-wheel-drive roads. See the remains of a WWII bomber, named ‘Beautiful Betsy’, that crashed at Kroombit Tops in 1945. The plane wreckage lay hidden in the Australian Bush until it […]
Sandy Cape, the most northern point on Fraser Island off the coast of Queensland. This place was named by James Cook during his 1770 voyage. A popular place for green turtles, this means that nighttime driving along the beach is banned during nesting season. The eastern beach provides vehicle access to Sandy Cape during low […]
On the banks of the magnificent Noosa River lies one of the most idyllic and popular holiday parks on the Queensland Coast. Close to Hastings St & Gympie Terrace where you will find plenty of cafe’s & restaurants. Noosa is the perfect playground of sun and surf.