Journeys and Itineraries

Queensland is teeming with alluring landscapes, glistening coastline, and animated towns and cities. This vast state is awash with adventures bound to delight, whether you’re journeying on foot, jumping behind the wheel or heading out to sea.
  • Lace up your walking shoes and make the most of Queensland’s stunning great outdoors. From the Great Walks that delve deep into our magnificent National Parks, to easier strolls up to picturesque lookouts and short climbs down to natural swimming holes, there’s sure to be a trail to suit your walking style.
  • Take your campervan through the lush green country, cruise along the coast in a convertible, or steer a 4WD along red dirt-road tracks; Queensland is jam-packed with on-road and off-road driving adventures to suit every traveller.
  • Swimming with sharks, surfing when the swell is up or rafting through raging rapids are sure-fire ways to get your adrenaline soaring. Or you might prefer to slow things down as you float alongside huge turtles or snorkel over colourful coral reefs. Whatever floats your boat, you can find it on the lakes, rivers and oceans that are the lifeblood of our great state.

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Bundaberg to Childers and Woodgate Day Trip

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Fresh produce, modern history and unspoilt beaches form the basis of this drive which starts in Bundaberg, before winding towards Apple Tree Creek, and on to Childers before ending in Woodgate. This is a classic country drive and although it measures under 100 kilometres long, it's best enjoyed by taking delightful pauses along the way and imbibing the food and wine for which this region is renowned, as you journey through cane and farm country and breathe in fresh rural air.

The Kommo Toera Trail

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This magnificent walking track allows you to meander under the shade of towering Melaleuca trees to observe a distinctly unique wetland ecosystem. To access the walk, drive 15 minutes north of Mackay towards the Mackay Marina along Harbour Road.

WWI Memorial Journey - Bundaberg to Yeppoon

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The journey from Bundaberg to Yeppoon, north east of Rockhampton, includes a number of different aspects of Queenslanders' war service, including commemorating war nurses at one of the Bundaberg Memorials, a visit to the museum of an early aviation hero and WWI veteran Bert Hinkler, a memorial which doubled as a union rallying point in the mining town of Mount Morgan and an avenue of trees representing those lost in WWI on the beachside at Yeppoon.

Gin Gin Day Trip

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This historical town, about 50 kilometres from Bundaberg, is peppered with trees, flowers and picnic beaches and is renowned as an international fishing destination with nearby Lake Monduran. This delightful drive route takes in the Mystery Craters near South Kolan and explores Lake Monduran before heading on to Gin Gin, Goodnight Scrub National Park, and Wallaville.

Mount Sorrow Ridge Trail, Daintree National Park

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The Mount Sorrow Ridge Trail is located within the Daintree National Park, Cape Tribulation section. This trail climbs from the coastal lowlands of Cape Tribulation, up the rainforest-clad ridge of Mount Sorrow to a lookout offering views of the beautiful Daintree coastline, Snapper Island and beyond.

Mary Cairncross Scenic Reserve Rainforest Walk

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Learn about endangered species, listen to the striking call of the catbird and imagine yourself back in time as you walk through this stunning patch of remnant rainforest. The Mary Cairncross Scenic Reserve is a wonderful place to take the kids for an adventure and is found one hour's drive north of Brisbane near the hinterland town of Maleny.

Birdsville Track

Birdsville, Diamantina Area
An Australian Outback Adventure, the well maintained, unsealed track links Birdsville in Queensland's south-west to Marree in the mid-north of South Australia. The Birdsville Track covers some of Australia's most beautiful and challenging country, passing through the Simpson Desert and Sturt's Stoney Desert.

Sun, Surf and Sand - Blissful Beaches in Mackay

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Blessed with an abundance of breathtaking tropical shoreline, Mackay’s Northern Beaches are the perfect day-trip destination to soak up the sun, surf and sand. The Northern Beaches feature beautiful stretches of golden sand and warm waters to enjoy a dip in the ocean.

Mackay Region Drive

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Boasting 31 beaches, one for every day of the month, ancient reefs teeming with life off untouched Great Barrier Reef islands, a lush tropical rainforest and rugged golden hinterland, Mackay is a gem in the Queensland tourism tale.

Dig the Tropic Four Day Drive

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Resting 23.5 degrees south of the Equator, the aptly-named Capricorn region lays along the Tropic of Capricorn, considered one of Earth's major circles of latitude. Home to extreme conditions and dramatic landscapes, experience the living museum which is a countryside embedded with mineral wealth, tell-tale fossils, and inspiring landscapes.
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