Camping near Brisbane – Pluck a Duck Creek

Camping near Brisbane – Pluck a Duck Creek

Pluck a Duck Creek campground is located only 4 kilometres from Dayboro and 40 km from Brisbane CBD. It is available through Hipcamp for a small fee. If you are searching for peaceful camping far away from civilization why not pay a visit to Pluck a Duck Creek for a weekend? The campground does not…

Top 12 things to do in Quilpie QLD

Top 12 things to do in Quilpie QLD

Quilpie is located right in the middle of Queensland outback, 950 km from Brisbane and 211 km east of Charleville. This small town is not on the main tourist route but those who are going to Birdsville and the Simpson Desert, can stop here and enjoy more than a few interesting attractions. Dinosaur enthusiasts can…

9 Best places to visit on Fraser Island (K’Gari – the dingo island)

9 Best places to visit on Fraser Island (K’Gari – the dingo island)

Welcome to the Queensland coast and explore one of the more popular Islands in Australia. Today, we will seek some of the best places to visit on Fraser Island (K’Gari) and help plan your holiday.  Expect to see beautiful endless beaches, the best swimming spots, and Australian wildlife and learn some of their histories.   Did…

Gold Coast Great Walk – O’Reilly’s to Binna Burra

Gold Coast Great Walk – O’Reilly’s to Binna Burra

O’Reilly’s to Binna Burra walk is the first part of the three-day Gold Coast Great Walk. This walk is officially called a border track on all hiking maps as it separates Queensland and New South Wales. The track has many side smaller tracks where you can deviate and do additional lookouts or waterfalls if time…

6 Kuranda Walks and River Cruise – amazing rainforest adventure

6 Kuranda Walks and River Cruise – amazing rainforest adventure

Kuranda Village is a destination for many local and foreign tourists while they visit Cairns. Due to the excellent access to the village by Kuranda Scenic Railway, Skyrail or car, the place is boosted with tourists all year round. Kuranda walks are one of the things you may miss while visiting this tropical rainforest village….

7 days in Cairns City and 11 amazing places to visit

7 days in Cairns City and 11 amazing places to visit

Cairns is a small, vibrant city in the middle of Queensland’s tropical north. It is a popular holiday destination for many international tourists and visitors from colder parts of Australia like New South Wales and Victoria. No doubt, it is a perfect place to escape colder months. For us, Cairns is a special place that…

How difficult is the Bloomfield Track?

How difficult is the Bloomfield Track?

Bloomfield Track is one of the most iconic 4WD tracks in Australia. It stretches between Cape Tribulation and Wujal Wujal Aboriginal community. What makes the track special is the majestic rainforest scenery, creek crossing, big ascends and descents and spectacular views. The track is only 31 km in length, but don’t think you can do…

The Tip of Cape York – 10 things to know before driving

The Tip of Cape York – 10 things to know before driving

The dry season in Australia is the time when you best can enjoy your visit to Cape York. The Tip of Cape York (northern peninsula area, north of Jardine River) is a special piece of land as it belongs entirely to five Aboriginal Communities. Almost the entire area is owned by the Injinoo community which…

Archer River Bush Camp – perfect swimming and shady camping

Archer River Bush Camp – perfect swimming and shady camping

When driving on Peninsula Developmental Road (PDR), there are many places to stay overnight. However, only a few where you can park your rig next to the creek and enjoy free camping. Archer River Bush Camp is one of them. We mentioned already The Bend in Coen (in our opinion the best free camping on…