Weipa Fishing State Of Origin

The Weipa Fishing Classic is held annually in early June and is three days of full-on fishing action. Campr sent a couple of Bronco greats along to check it out. The boys go head-to-head in a State of Origin Fishing clash. With 5 minutes on the clock to catch the most fish, it’s an intense state […]

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 […]

Whitehaven Beach

Australia’s best beach lies in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef, the unspoiled and picture-perfect Whitehaven Beach. Stretching along the Whitsunday Island for 7kms, this slice of heaven should be on everyone’s bucket list. The iconic Whitehaven Beach is also host to various sporting events, including the annual Whitehaven Beach Ocean Swim. This is […]

BIG RED, Birdsville

Standing at 40 metres in height, and situated just 35km from Birdsville, this famous sand dune provides a challenge for any four wheel drive enthusiast. The first of 1,140 parallel dunes in the Simpson Desert, I can tell you the sunsets are spectacular from the top of Big Red and are an experience not to […]

Moreton Island

Moreton Island is one of Brisbane’s best-kept secrets. Beautiful beaches, fishing, and 4WD tracks make for an amazing weekend getaway. Once you’ve visited Moreton Island you’ll be hooked for life. Click here to book your next Moreton Island escape.  

Gordon Country 4WD

With over 4,000 acres of rugged mountain vistas and lush landscapes, it’s no wonder Gordon Country has earned a reputation as an excellent place for all kinds of 4WD. Whether you’re an experienced driver or you’re just discovering this thrilling past-time, like our friend Glenda, there’s something here to satisfy all types of drivers.

The Pyramid

“The Pyramid” is the crown jewel of Girraween National Park is a 3km climb up a granite monolith. The walk is an adventurous climb and we would suggest wearing appropriate footwear and take plenty of water. The balancing rock halfway up is a must see. Waiting for you at the summit is a panoramic view […]