COBBOLD GORGE: An Amazing Two Day Adventure

Deep in the heart of Outback Queensland: A mesmerising system of narrow gorges, mirrored waters and towering cliffs awaits the adventurous.  Get up close and personal with the “Jewel of the Savannah” on this excellent two-day adventure.   Day 1: Cobbold Gorge is 6 hours away from Cairns. It is… Read more

CHILLAGOE-MUNGANA CAVES: A perfect two day Outback experience from Cairns

Not far from Cairns, in Queensland’s Tropical North lies an intricate and mystifying underground network of caves. It has tunnels, caverns and nocturnal wildlife to explore.  Be in awe of the underground beauty and geological history that Queensland has to offer in this excellent two-day adventure.  Chillagoe-Mungana Caves National Park… Read more

Free Camp – Calliope River Rest Area, Queensland

  Looking for a great free camping area just off the Bruce Highway between Brisbane and Cairns?  Calliope River Rest Areas located at River Ranch, Queensland offers a lot of availability for camping far enough off the highway, but close enough that it’s easily accessible.  We stayed at both the North… Read more

Is this Queensland’s BEST FREE CAMP? Babinda, Queensland

Loaded with facilities that would make even some caravan parks blush; the Babinda Rotary Park free camping spots, must go on your Australian camping checklist.  In fact, we think this could be one of Queensland’s best free camp sites!     Watch our VIDEO below for a personal tour of the… Read more

Lawn Hill National Park (Boodjamulla) – VIDEO

Deep in the Australian Outback lies a true hidden oasis filled year round with emerald green waters and surrounded by red sandstone cliffs.  Lawn Hill, located 540 kilometre from Mount Isa near the Queensland and Northern Territory border, must be seen to be believed.   Watch it below or click… Read more

Byfields National Park and BIG SANDY Track information: Rockhampton

Captivating 360 degree views, easy and challenging four wheel drive tracks and rewarding crystal clear swimming holes; Byfield National Park near Rockhampton has it all. Byfields National Park is located 70 kilometres north of Rockhampton, Queensland – and I need to tell you, its one of favourites for this area!… Read more

Lake Dunn, Queensland : An Oasis on your Australian Trip

Lake Dunn is the ideal camping and picnic spot on the famous Lake Dunn Sculpture Trail near Aramac and Barcaldine in Queensland.  Located at the half-way point of the 200km circuit, Lake Dunn is perfect for swimming, watersports, picnics and even has travellers facilities such as toilet and shower. A… Read more

Top 23 FREE and LOW COST Campgrounds to explore the Dinosaur Museums in the QLD Outback

Where should you camp in Outback Queensland?  Did you know that according to Wikicamps there are over 15,000 campgrounds in Australia?  That doesn’t even include all the Caravan Parks or un-official campsites!!  With so many great camps to choose from, with paid campsites and free camping, it can be hard… Read more

Free Camping: Cumberland Chimney Historical Site, Savannah Way, Queensland

    A Fantastic FREE / Donation camp  that is beside a beautiful lake with a viewing platform, binoculars and plenty of birdlife to enjoy! This is called the Cumberland Chimney Historical Site along the Savannah Way, near Georgetown Qld.   If you don’t stop for the night, we highly… Read more

Take the detour! Porcupine Gorge, Queensland

  Along the Australian Dinosaur Trail, just 60km’s north of Hughenden, Queensland is this stunning ‘350 million years in the making’ gorge, secluded swimming hole and our very own Ancient sandstone Pyramid!!  The 2.4km return walk in to the gorge is strenuous; but with a bag of jelly beans we… Read more