Driving Holidays

Did someone say ‘road trip’? Car, 4x4 or campervan, whatever your preferred vehicle of choice, Queensland is jam-packed with on-road and off-road adventures to suit every traveller. From coastal drives in convertibles, to red dirt-road tracks in four-wheel drives, the journey is yours to choose. 


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Border Range Loop Drive

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Leave the bustle of the city behind as you set off on a three-day drive along the Border Range Loop. This scenic route will take you from Brisbane to Ipswich and across the Great Dividing Range to Warwick before heading to the villages of Tamborine Mountain.

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.

Gin Gin Drives

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There are few prettier places to break your journey on the Bruce Highway than the country town of Gin Gin. Easy caravan parking in the wide main street allows access to the shady picnic tables, barbecues and toilets that are set amongst well-tended gardens.

Natural Encounters Trail

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Meet the locals in Boulia, learn the yarn of the mysterious Min Min Light then follow the Natural Encounter Trail to Winton (around 492 kilometres). Along the way, explore the Diamantina National Park, named one of Australia's top 10 National Parks.

Maleny to Gympie Drive

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This delicious drive between Maleny and Gympie combines gorgeous treats and bush tucker with natural delights. Using a lot of the Sunshine Coast Food Trail network, this drive tour starts at Maleny's Mary Cairncross Scenic Reserve before heading to Kenilworth Country Foods where you can sample local cheese and yoghurt and on to the Bunya Art and Bush Tucker Centre.

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.

Spectacular National Parks Trail

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Bushwalking among peculiar boulders, swimming in crystal clear rock pools, spotting native kangaroos and wallabies grazing in open fields are experiences in the Spectacular National Parks Trail as well as opportunities for sampling delicious local produce and wines along the way.

Beachfront Bliss

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The Mackay Region is home to some of the most spectacular coastal waters in Queensland. From the glistening shores of the Serenity Coast to the rugged rainforest retreats on the Hibiscus Coast, there is enough sand and space to treat submerge yourselves into Mackay's picturesque landscapes and create everlasting memories.

Gladstone into the Hinterland

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A bustling harbour, an historic village, a bountiful lake, a grand homestead and an old silo form the basis of this Queensland drive around the Gladstone region. Stretching from Gladstone, it will take you through Calliope and on to Lake Callide, before ending in the beautiful agricultural town of Biloela.

Adventure Way, Queensland

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Retrace the tracks of Cobb & Co, as you traverse the unique and fascinating Adventure Way. Bitumen roads now replace the rutted tracks once taken by horse drawn coaches of all but the last 150 km, enabling even those in a two-wheel drive to experience the richness of this route.
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