Is it time you hit the road out west into the outback?
When the only other camper you encounter says, “Don’t tell anyone about this place, we don’t want everyone coming here!” you know you’ve found a great camp spot. And that’s exactly what happened when we arrived at Kingsborough… Read More
Spectacular bush setting for a night at the opera
The big question for most travellers planning to drive from Cairns to Cooktown is, which road is better? There are two options: a sealed inland road or the coastal road, which includes the Bloomfield Track. The answer all… Read More
If you look at a map, Chillagoe Caves in Queensland is slap bang in the middle of nowhere. So we went there on a camping trip with relatively few expectations and discovered there’s actually more to do there… Read More
Emu Creek Station is just one of an endless supply of remote camping spots in the vast wilderness of Far North Queensland where ‘true campers’ can escape from the crowds. Usually the only way to find out about… Read More
The spectacular lava tubes at Undara Volcanic National Park in North Queensland are only part of the reason why you should consider visiting the Undara Experience resort. Undara is right in the middle of the outback and admittedly… Read More
Known as the birthplace of the Rainbow Serpent and a sacred site according to indigenous legend, Mount Mulligan is spectacular but rarely seen. Most people are aware of the Northern Territory’s iconic Uluru (Ayers Rock), but North Queensland… Read More