Discover The Hinterland Tours

Callemondah, Gladstone Area

Discover The Hinterland Tours provides a fascinating and awesome four wheel drive experience to explore the stunning natural and rural beauty of the Gladstone Hinterland and Sandstone Wilderness with the Southern Great Barrier Reef so near. They offer a variety of tours to make your next trip a memorable time with insightful local knowledge and pick up available from your hotel.

Experience their most popular full day tour to the incredible Kroombit Tops National Park with towering blue gums, roaming wildlife, and feel the cool crisp air above an 800 metre high sandstone plateau overlooking surrounding farmlands and hilltops. The rugged yet beautiful landscape will capture your imagination with panoramic views, sweeping gorges, peaceful creeks and hidden discoveries. This includes the crash site memorial of Beautiful Betsy- a World War Two B-24D Liberator Bomber aircraft that went missing in 1945, and a short guided walk exploring the artefacts. Enjoy a scrumptious morning tea and lunch that with delight all the senses.

Discover The Hinterland Tours offers affordable and short tours to see turtles, hand feed local ducks or tour a HMAS Battleship and is the only land based tour operator in Gladstone, Queensland.

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Bryan Jordan Drive
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Callemondah, Gladstone Area
Queensland
Australia

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Kroombit Tops Tour

Discover Kroombit Tops Tour is their most popular full day tour. Visit the incredible towering blue gums, learn about the endangered wildlife and feel the cool crisp air above an 800 metre high sandstone plateau overlooking surrounding farmlands and hilltops.

The rugged yet beautiful landscape will capture your imagination with panoramic views, sweeping gorges, peaceful creeks and hidden discoveries. This includes the crash site memorial of Beautiful Betsy- a World War Two B-24D Liberator Bomber aircraft that went missing in 1945 - with a short guided walk exploring the artefacts.

Enjoy a scrumptious morning tea and lunch that will delight all the senses. Pick up and drop off at your location.

They have a variety of other short tours up to four hours. These include options to visit turtles all year, hand feed local ducks or tour a HMAS battleship with a coffee stop. Their picnic tours offer unlimited use of kayaks or stand up paddle boards with yummy local made food and include wildlife interaction. Please call for more information.

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