Brisbane to Carnarvon Gorge with Sunseeker Caravans

Sunseeker Caravans have a terrific range of off-road caravans that are made in Australia and are designed and built for tough Aussie conditions.

They’re ideal for road trips where caravanners want to get off the beaten track. Queensland has a huge selection of holiday destinations, and one of the best is the town of 1770. Here you can have an old fashioned beachside holiday. There’s plenty to do including a tour with 1770 Liquid Adventures. They offer a good selection of kayaking tours ideal for families that take in the natural beauty of the town’s waterways.

A good place to base yourself is Captain Cook Holiday Village. It has powered sites, bungalows, cabins and villas and great amenities, and it’s just a short trip to the water.

A few hours west of 1770 is the town of Biloela. It’s a good halfway point if you’re driving from the coast to the outback. Travellers often stay at the Biloela Discovery Park. A fun thing for visitors to do is to check out the ‘Spirit of the Land’ mural as well as the Queensland Heritage Park.

A huge attraction in central Queensland is Carnarvon Gorge. It’s an oasis in the dry heart of Central Queensland that’s rich in natural beauty and ancient aboriginal culture. A great way to learn about the gorge is with a guide. Australian Nature Guides are the gorge’s most experienced tour guides and their walking tours explore Carnarvon’s most beautiful locations.

There are several accommodation options at Carnarvon Gorge.

Takkarakka Bush Retreat has great facilities; powered sites, cozy cabins.

Whilst just next door is Sandstone Park. It was a huge cattle property, but now it’s a caravanners dream with loads of space and incredible views of the gorge.

For caravanners wanting to hit the road, the best place to pick up the latest accessories is Protrek. They sell everything from tunnel boot drawers, generators, folding electric scooters and a whole lot more.

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