Vos vacances façon autotour

Road trip, vous avez dit road trip ? Que vous préféreriez la voiture, le 4x4 ou le camping-car, le Queensland regorge d’aventures qui conviennent aux souhaits de chacun - aussi bien sur chaussée goudronnée que sur chemin de terre. Admirez la vue depuis les routes côtières au volant d’une décapotable ou parcourez les pistes de l’outback en 4x4 dans un nuage de poussière rouge, c’est à vous de choisir.  
  • Empruntez certaines des plus fantastiques routes du Queensland.
  • Planifiez votre propre road trip au Queensland : en conduisant, vous pourrez admirer toute la diversité des paysages du Queensland.
  • Louez une caravane ou un camping-car et prenez votre temps pour admirer toutes les beautés de l’Etat.
  • Envie de conjuguer camping et 4x4 ? Tout ce que vous avez à faire est de louer un tout-terrain et de choisir une direction.
Maintenant, vous avez toutes les informations nécessaires pour vous préparer à passer d’inoubliables vacances on the road au Queensland.

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North West Loop

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A ‘must do’ adventure self-drive route, the North West Loop features spectacular National Parks, timeless gorges, prehistoric discoveries and welcoming communities. The drive links The Savannah Way with the Overlander’s Way via the northern section of the Matilda Way.

7 Day Outback Giants

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Leaving from Emerald, pack your bags and hit the road for an Outback Queensland adventure. Highlights of this trip include fossicking for your fortune at the Sapphire Gemfields, watching the Outback Stockman’s Show, a Jet Tour at the Qantas Founders Museum, and meeting giants at the Australian Age of Dinosaurs!

Travel the Mining Trail

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From heritage-listed pubs to remnants of abandoned gold mining towns, the Isaac Region's mining corridor offers a fascinating treasure-trove of historical destinations. Head inland on the Peak Downs Highway, where the vivid red soil of the outback contrasts with the ‘black gold’ extracted from the region’s coal mines.

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.

Blackbutt to Bunyas

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Imagine a journey where by day you explore romantic vineyards, lavender plantations and olive groves, and by night you'll soak in twinkling vistas under clear skies. While this drive is easily completed in two hours, it's far more fun to take your time and enjoy some of Southern Queensland's gastronomic greats on this Grapes and Gourmet Trail.

Relaxed Country Lifestyle

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Explore the Queen Mary Falls Circuit, and enjoy locally sourced seasonal menus at stops along the way. Visit an apple farm, taste delicious cider and fresh apple pie. Sample original farmhouse cheese and join a truffle discovery centre tour.

North Burnett - Mount Perry (via Monto) to Biggenden to Childers

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The Bundaberg North Burnett Region offers an experience no other Queensland Region can come close to claiming. Vast rural settings, National Parks of rainforests and naturally formed crevices and gorges, abundance of wildlife and revealing aboriginal paintings and meeting places, all waiting for you.

Stations and Dinosaurs

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This 10 day itinerary includes outback station stays, dinosaurs and wide open spaces. Highlights include Toowoomba's Cobb & Co Museum, a Bonus Downs Stations Stay, inclusion on a Eromanga Natural History Museum Tour and Tag-a-long tour to a working dinosaur dig site.

Naturally Eco - Great Beach Drive

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The Naturally Eco Great Beach Drive is for those who value nature based and educational ecotourism experiences. The journey winds its way through the beautiful Glasshouse Mountains, Noosa National Park, Maroochydore, Lady Elliot Island, Hervey Bay, Fraser Island and Rainbow Beach.

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.
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