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Self Drive: Queensland auf eigene Faust entdecken

Egal, ob Sie lieber im Auto, im Geländewagen oder mit dem Wohnmobil unterwegs sind: Queensland steckt voller Abenteuer-Routen – und das sowohl auf gut ausgebauten Straßen als auch im Outback. Da ist wirklich für jeden etwas dabei! 
Von Fahrten im Cabrio auf traumhaft schönen Küstenstraßen bis zu Allrad-Strecken auf roten unbefestigten Staubpisten: die Wahl liegt ganz bei Ihnen.
 
  • Erleben Sie Queensland's beeindruckendste Selbstfahrer-Strecken.
  • Begeben Sie sich auf Ihren ganz eigenen Road Trip. Am Steuer kann die landschaftliche Vielfalt Queenslands mit am besten erkundet werden.
  • Mieten Sie sich einen Camper und nehmen Sie sich genug Zeit für die Reise durch Australiens Sunshine State.
  • Denken Sie über eine Offroad-Tour nach? Einen Allradwagen zu mieten ist nicht kompliziert und bei den meisten größeren Autovermiet-Stationen möglich.
Queenslands Straßen entlang der Ostküste sind gut ausgebaut und beschildert. Außerdem sorgen viele saubere, gute Rastplätze mit praktischen Einrichtungen wie Grillstellen, Essgelegenheiten und Duschen für ein entspanntes Reisen. 

Und, haben Sie Lust bekommen?  Na dann nichts wie los! Das Abenteuer Queensland kann beginnen…

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The Pioneer Valley and Eungella National Park

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A wonderland of waterfalls, refreshingly cool rainforest and the chance to see a platypus in the wild awaits in Eungella National Park. Australia's longest stretch of sub-tropical rainforest, Eungella, (pronounced young-ge-lah), is a must-see attraction.

Outback Heritage and Coal Adventure

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From Mackay’s famous Art Deco architecture, to heritage-listed pubs and the remnants of abandoned gold-mining towns, the Mackay region hosts a treasure-trove of historical destinations. Start your historic journey by joining Mackay Visitor Information Centre volunteers on the Heritage Walk, a guided stroll through Mackay’s central business district to view architecturally impressive buildings, many from the 1930’s Art Deco era.

How to Holiday on The Hibiscus Coast with your Family

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Above all else, the Hibiscus Coast is a great spot to play I-spy. A big call considering the coast is home to a national park 1012 hectares in size, the site of Australia's youngest volcano and some seriously secluded beaches.

Gladstone City Sights Drive

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Gladstone might be best known for its impressively large multi commodity port, but there are some hidden gems in this industrial powerhouse waiting to be found. Take this 30 kilometre round-trip itinerary to check out some of Gladstone's diverse industrial, historical, artistic and natural environmental surprises with beach stops, lookouts, industrial tours, botanic gardens, environmental zones and more to check out.

Bunya Mountains Getaway

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Escape to the picturesque Bunya Mountains National Park, where pristine rainforest and ancient bunya pines await. Relax in your cosy, self-contained chalet, breathe in stunning views and explore the many rainforest walks.

Natural Sciences Loop

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It has it all; birds, opals, fossicking, fossils, starry night skies, rivers, geology, lakes, billabongs, artesian waters, bilbies and the famous Dig Tree. It's natural history and heritage all rolled into one.

Savannah Way

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Explore five World Heritage areas on a journey through Queensland, the Northern Territory and Western Australia on Australia's adventure drive, the Savannah Way. This trek across the top of Australia starts in the tropical city of Cairns where you can visit the Great Barrier Reef and the Wet Tropics rainforest, and takes you to Broome's spectacular Cable Beach.

Romantic Retreat

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Sneak off for a long weekend of love. Treat your special someone to a romantic getaway with a secluded island adventure, fine dining, luxurious accommodation and unforgettable experiences. It's the perfect blend of seclusion and surprises.

Drovers and Pioneers Trail

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The Drovers and Pioneers Trail includes a mix of sealed and unsealed roads therefore a Four Wheel Drive vehicle is recommended. Begin your journey in Mount Isa city in Queensland's vast North West Outback then follow the Diamantina Development Road through spectacular outback scenery en route to Boulia, capital of the Channel Country.

Lake Dunn Sculpture Trail

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The Lake Dunn Sculpture Trail is situated north east of Aramac . It has over 30 different unique sculpture which have been created by local artist Milynda Rogers. These Sculptures are dotted through the countryside on the road to Lake Dunn and Rangers Valley.
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