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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 […]

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.  

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 […]

Queen Mary Falls

The boys at ARB take a trip to Queen Mary Falls, which can be enjoyed from various individual lookouts. Watch the Spring Creek plunge 40 metres over the falls. Walking trails are available to reach the base of the falls near the Queen Mary Falls Caravan Park. 

Bribie Island beach drive

Beautiful beaches and fresh lagoons make Bribie Island a perfect weekend getaway. Bribie is also a wonderful place to take your 4WD, whether your looking for a day trip or a week adventure. Only 1 hour north of Brisbane. Few people realise that you can actually take your 4×4 on the beach, just make sure […]

Top 5 Stops on the Adventure Way

The rewards are spectacular – vivid sunrises and sunsets, night skies with millions of stars. The Adventure Way takes you from Dalby, to the outback plains. The mulga slowly gives way to a treeless gibber landscape and Queensland meets South Australia. You won’t be on the road long till you understand why they call it […]

Thargomindah, QLD

Thargomindah is situated along the Adventure Way, and lies on the banks of the Bulloo River approximately 200 kilometres west of Cunnamulla, and 1,100 kilometres west of Brisbane. The road is sealed to Thargomindah, with only a 45-kilometre stretch remaining to be sealed to the historic Burke and Wills “Dig Tree” on Cooper Creek at […]

Roma, QLD

Only 350 kilometres north-west of Toowoomba, Roma is sometimes referred to as the ‘gateway to the outback’. Home to the southern hemisphere’s largest sale yards, visitors can get a feel for the outback by perching on a fence or taking a coveted possie on the viewing platform to watch the action at Roma Saleyards. Be […]