Camping at Bunya Mountains: Review

Camping at Bunya Mountains: Review

Although Bunya Mountains National Park isn't the biggest national park you'll ever come across, it makes for a relaxing camping weekend away if you're in southeast Queensland. There's enough hiking to keep things interesting, or if you're feeling...
Camping on Bribie Island: Review

Camping on Bribie Island: Review

Ocean-front camping, just behind the dunes with views of the beach and a few metres away from the water is what beach camping in Queensland is all about, and it's no different at Bribie Island. The island is...
Hiking Hamilton Island: 5 scenic trails

Hiking Hamilton Island: 5 scenic trails

Outside the wet season, Hamilton Island is usually perfect for exploring the Great Barrier Reef. But we were 'lucky' enough to score a long weekend full of rain, low cloud, and overall uninspiring weather in early May. So...
Camping on Fraser Island: Review

Camping on Fraser Island: Review

On our trip to Fraser Island over Christmas last year, we camped in three different spots: Central Station, Waddy Point (Top) and Dundabara. Here's what we thought of camping on Fraser Island. All three campgrounds are Queensland National...
4WD-ing around Fraser Island at Christmas

4WD-ing around Fraser Island at Christmas

Fraser Island, the world's largest sand island stretching along 123 km, is amazingly popular. It's some 300 km north of Brisbane and gets swamped by Queenslanders, interstate and overseas visitors. The local Butchulla tribe call it K'gari, meaning...