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Burke and Wills Dig Tree

The Burke and Wills ‘Dig Tree’ is one of Australia’s national icons and an enduring reminder of our pioneering spirit. Nappa Merrie Station is proud to officially manage the site on behalf of the Royal Historical Society of Queensland. Located on the Northern bank of Coopers Creek the ‘Dig Tree’ is a Coolibah (Eucalyptus microtha). […]

Top 5 Stops on the Warrego Way

The Warrego Way starts in Brisbane and makes it way west to the iconic and remote Birdsville, deep in the Queensland outback. Along the way, you can see ancient trees from the dinosaur age, endangered mammals, unwind in the soothing waters of a sub artesian basin, delight in yarns told over cold beers in a […]

Lady Musgrave Island

If sleeping out under stars is more your style, then Lady Musgrave must be your next port of call. It is one of the few islands anywhere along the entire Great Barrier Reef where you can swim, snorkel and dive by day and camp out by night. The island is set on 3000 acres of […]

BarraCrab Caravan Park

When you come to the Barracrab Caravan Park in Clairview, be ready to catch and cook the best fish and crabs the east coast of Queensland has to offer! The Park is right on the beach and the whole family are guaranteed to have the time of their life when they discover all that the […]

Eulo, QLD

Eulo is on the banks of the Paroo River in south-west Queensland and was once a centre for opal mining. The town was originally much closer to the river but, after severe flooding, moved to where it currently stands. Eulo’s population is variable as beekeepers travel from the south every winter so their bees can […]

Cunnamulla, QLD

Built on the banks of the Warrego River at the crossroads of the Adventure Way and the Matilda Highway, Cunnamulla is a place not to be missed. It is a town rich in history, heritage and natural wonders and the Cunnamulla Fella sits proudly on his pedestal and welcomes visitors to the area. As well […]

1770 Camping Ground

1770 Camping Ground is one of a handful of tourist parks that face north over water up the Queensland coast. Some of its sites are in fact so close to the water that it may even be possible to cast a line from your caravan. Great protected swimming for the kids, close to the boat […]