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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.

Great Beach Drive - 5 day Itinerary

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The Great Beach Drive, located in Queensland’s stunning Australia’s Nature Coast, provides a road trip like no other. Offering the experience of driving on some of the world’s most stunning beaches, through some of the most idyllic National Parks and World Heritage listed areas, this is truly a once in a lifetime drive holiday experience.

Channel Country Explorer Drive

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Discover the world's largest collection of Australian dinosaur fossils and learn the myth, truth and romance behind Australia's favourite song. Travel through majestic Jump Up, Channel Country and Mitchell Grass Downs witnessing the spectacular views from Cawnpore Lookout and visiting an old Cobb and Co stop along the way.

Outback Camel Festival Trail

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The camel racing season kicks off in Outback Queensland on the second weekend in July. Camels are brought in to compete from all over Australia beginning with a two-day Bedourie event (second weekend in July), followed by a three-day festival in Boulia (third weekend in July) and ending with a one-day event in Winton (last weekend in July).

Great Barrier Reef Drive

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The Great Barrier Reef Drive from Cairns to Cape Tribulation is along spectacular coastline hugging two World Heritage areas, the Great Barrier Reef and the Wet Tropics rainforest. From Cairns you head north across the Barron River to the Cairns Northern Beaches including Trinity Beach, Palm Cove and Ellis Beach.

Airlie Beach to Cedar Creek Falls

Conway Beach, Whitsunday Area
For a memorable half-day outing, jump in the car and head out to Cedar Creek Falls. Only 30 minutes from Airlie Beach, you will travel past picturesque cane fields and scenic landscape to the secluded natural fresh waterhole in the Whitsunday Coast hinterland.

Granite Belt Drive

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The Granite Belt Drive is a 12 kilometre road, providing travellers with an alternative route on their journey to Stanthorpe from. The Granite Belt Drive runs from Dalveen to The Summit and takes in fruit orchards, wineries, tourist attractions and more.

Great Inland Way

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The Great Inland way starts in Sydney and takes in much of central New South Wales before reaching the Queensland border at Hebel. The Queensland leg of the Great Inland Way road trip extends 1863 kilometres from Outback Queensland to the Coral Sea.

Bruce Highway - Buxton to Miriam Vale

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The true adventure on the Bruce Highway begins through the Bundaberg North Burnett Region. From Buxton in the south through to Miriam Vale in the north. Bushrangers, barra, ancient predators, exotic treasures, liquid gold, frozen and bottled delights, history and heritage, and art displays await those travelling to the region.

Matilda Way

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The Matilda Way is one road that most definitely leads to adventure, and a different one each day. The fully sealed 1812 kilometre highway stretches from the New South Wales border all the way to the Gulf of Carpentaria, from Cunnamulla to Karumba.
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