The Beautiful and Diverse National Parks of Queensland (Part One)

Over the past several months, we have covered 20 of the top national parks in the state of Queensland. Queensland is known for the Great Barrier Reef and so much diversity. With so much variety of landscapes and holiday adventures and so much to do, we wanted to recap the Queensland National Parks we featured. […]

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July 2nd, 2015

Take a Trip to the Outback: Carnarvon National Park Walking Trails (Part One)

Exploring the beautiful Outback of Queensland is just about a half day’s drive inland from the coast. Many holiday goers visit Queensland for the beaches and access to the Great Barrier Reef, and leave without realising that you can also experience the Outback and add a big variety into your holiday. Carnarvon Gorge and Carnarvon National Park make an excellent addition to your Queensland vacation. The gorge is less than 600 km northwest of Brisbane and is even closer to other points along the Queensland Coast such as Sunshine Coast, Hervey Bay, and Rockhampton. The closest towns are Injune and Rolleston. The gorge and the beautiful landscaped surrounds are courtesy of Mother Nature and mostly water erosion. The gorge is massive at 30 km long and 600 metres deep; and […]

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October 25th, 2014