Far Horizons Australian Bush Tours

Multiple Locations

Whether it's enjoying a picnic lunch at the base of a magnificent waterfall, an exhilarating four wheel drive journey through a spectacular gorge, a guided walk through world-heritage rainforest, a delicious barbecue lunch in the Australian bush, seeing a koala in the wild for the first time, hand-feeding the beautiful native birdlife, discovering awe-inspiring mountain vistas or sitting back with a cold drink at a historic Australian country hotel, Far Horizons Australian Bush Tours brings to life some of the most beautiful and lesser-known parts of South East Queensland’s National Parks and magnificent wilderness regions.

Far Horizons' range of day tours departing Brisbane are tailored to suit small, personalised groups of up to four guests in their luxury Toyota four wheel drive vehicle.

Daryl, their owner/guide, has travelled these areas for almost 40 years and has created the perfect scenic experience in one of the world’s most iconic environments. The flora and fauna displayed throughout each tour is as stunning as the Australian landscape, with parrots, birds of prey, extraordinary trees, lakes, mysterious pools and awe inspiring panoramic views. Far Horizons simply offers an unforgettable touring experience!

Activities

  • Off Road Driving

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Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.

Our tours

Lake Moogerah/Condamine Gorge/Queen Mary Falls Spectacular Four Wheel Drive Adventure

Cascading waterfalls, breath-taking mountain scenery, kangaroos in the wild, home-made morning tea overlooking a beautiful waterway, a delicious barbecue lunch in the bush, guided forest walk, close encounters with majestic native birdlife, an unforgettable four wheel drive journey through the rugged Cambanoora Gorge (including 14 magnificent river crossings) and a cold drink at a historic Australian country hotel (own expense). All this in one unforgettable day tour departing Brisbane!!

Travel in air-conditioned comfort in our Toyota Landcruiser four wheel drive vehicle in a relaxed small group atmosphere and experience one of the most beautiful destinations in Queensland, all on Brisbane’s doorstep. Suitable for all ages, this tour will offer memories that will last a lifetime!

Springbrook National Park Rainforest and Waterfalls Day Tour Departing Brisbane

Imagine enjoying a delicious home-made picnic lunch at the base of a cascading waterfall! This is just one of the unforgettable experiences on the “Land of the Waterfalls” small group day tour to the spectacular world-heritage listed Springbrook National Park.

Discover some of the most beautiful waterfalls in Australia including Purling Brook Falls, Springbrook’s highest waterfall. Home-made morning tea in the rainforest, a fully guided walk through the magnificent “Canyon” (medium fitness required) taking you deep into the lush rainforest, behind two beautiful waterfalls and along the rim of the “Canyon” (a tour highlight!), the aptly named “Best of All” Lookout and the panoramic views from the top of Goomoolahra Falls are all included in this amazing day of discovery.

Travelling in their luxury air-conditioned Toyota four wheel drive vehicle with a maximum of only four guests, this tour is jam-packed with unforgettable experiences!

Discovering the Sunshine Coast's Hidden Secrets

Behind Queensland’s famous Sunshine Coast lies some of the region's most spectacular natural wonders. Pristine lakes, ancient forests, breath-taking scenery, lush farming country and magnificent National Parks. All this, and much more, is included in their special day tour departing Brisbane to this amazing destination.

Enjoy home-made morning tea, a fully guided rainforest walk, a delicious barbecue lunch in the rainforest, an unforgettable four wheel drive journey through the mountains, visit to a historic country cheese factory and wine and cheese overlooking the famous Glass House Mountains.

With a maximum of only four guests, you’ll experience a very relaxed and personal day to remember while discovering the very best Queensland’s Sunshine Coast Hinterland has to offer.

Spicers Gap/Governors Chair/World-Heritage Rainforest Four Wheel Drive Day Tour Departing Brisbane

Home-made morning tea in the Australian bush, a fully guided walk through world-heritage rainforest, panoramic mountain scenery, unforgettable four wheel drive tour through the mountains along the historic Spicers Gap road, mouth-watering barbecue lunch in the mountains, awe-inspiring views from Governors Chair Lookout, the opportunity to see koala and kangaroos in the wild and wine and cheese overlooking the world-famous Great Dividing Range!

This day tour has it all, providing unforgettable memories that will stay with you forever.

Departing Brisbane, this very special day tour, catering for a small group of only four guests in their luxury Toyota four wheel drive vehicle, gives you the opportunity to meet new friends whilst discovering one of the most historic and breath-taking areas on Brisbane’s doorstep.

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Kangaroo Point

Kangaroo Point, Brisbane Area
Few other suburbs in Brisbane can match Kangaroo Point for its views and natural beauty. Standing atop the ancient cliffs, the unmasked views of the river, city and mountains show the city at its best, whether it's as the sun is rising, or as the city skyline lights up in the evening.

Boondall

Boondall, Brisbane Area
Best known as the home of Brisbane's premier concert hall, entertainment centre and sporting complex, the suburb of Boondall is located approximately 20 minutes drive north-east of Brisbane's city centre.

Wilston

Wilston, Brisbane Area
Wilston is a highly attractive precinct in Brisbane. Its stunning blend of old and new architecture - from workers' cottages to modern architect-designed homes - paints a superb picture. Its inner city location and breathtaking views of the city from more elevated streets of Wilston Hill means property here is highly sought after.

Sandgate

Sandgate, Brisbane Area
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Lake Koombooloomba

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South Brisbane

South Brisbane, Brisbane Area
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The Gap

The Gap, Brisbane Area
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Windsor

Windsor, Brisbane Area
Situated five minutes north of Brisbane's city centre, the suburb of Windsor is steeped in the history of Brisbane. As one of Brisbane's older suburbs, the landscape of Windsor is sprinkled with grand old homes, majestic Queenslanders, heritage-listed buildings and renovated workers cottages.

Lytton

Lytton, Brisbane Area
Lytton, near the mouth of the Brisbane River and Port of Brisbane, is one of the most historically significant areas of Brisbane. The suburb is home to Fort Lytton, built as a first line naval defence between 1880 and 1881.
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