Category Archives: Resources


With a little bit of research, you will soon understand how the geological formations located within Carnarvon Gorge came to exist. Water and 200 million years of time have led to what you will see present-day during your hikes in the Central Queensland Highlands! Formations and Layers The oldest sequences in the gorge are comprised […]


A real outback experience destination is Lara Wetlands, located just south of Barcaldine, in the heart of Central West Queensland. This working cattle property is a 15,000 acre station stay where campers delight in spending time around the unpowered wetlands, home to over 100 species of birdlife. This unique habitat is shallow water, fed by […]



Need some time away? What better place to start exploring than the largest lake in South East Queensland! We’re talking about Wivenhoe, with its many recreation areas including Logan’s Inlet and Cormorant Bay. Enjoy private camping, barbeques, swimming, kayaking, fishing with a permit, and public parks, all with the gorgeous views of this freshwater lake […]


For the 4×4 enthusiasts and campers, Bribie Island is just 90 minutes north of Brisbane and is the easiest of the Moreton Bay islands to access as there is a bridge! Bribie Bridge connects beautiful Sandstone Point to the island, which has many popular camping areas, areas of historical interest, and 4WD tracks. The eastern […]