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Adventure Way

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Start: Brisbane, QLD End: Innamincka, SA Duration: 5 DAYS Distance: 1,500km* Follow in the wagon wheels of Cobb & Co on the Adventure Way, through the Queensland Outback, from Brisbane to Innamincka in South Australia. From Brisbane, head west through mulga and Outback plains, past historic country towns and over inland waterways on the Adventure Way. Retrace the tracks of the intrepid Cobb & Co stagecoaches which once linked the east coast of Queensland with the Outback. Journey more than 1,100 kilometres through big sky country and desert across the border into South Australia.
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Adelaide to Arkaroola Village SA

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Start: Adelaide, SA End: Arkaroola Village, SA Duration: 5 DAYS Distance: 670km*
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KARIJINI ADVENTURE- North West Region, WA

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Start: Paraburdoo Ends: Karijini Duration: 4 Days Distance: Take four adventure-filled days in one of Western Australia’s largest and most spectacular national parks. Karijini offers a unique and diverse landscape and an unforgettable Western Australian outback experience. You’ll descend into ancient cavernous gorges and scale some of the oldest rocks on the planet, swim through crystal-clear waterways and cool off beneath cascading waterfalls. You’ll completely immerse yourself in Mother Nature’s ultimate adventure park. Trip Location Highlights: Tom Price, Mount Bruce, Karijini National Park, Karijini Visitor Centre, Dales Gorge, Fern Pool, Fortescue Falls, Gorge Rim Walk, Dales Gorge, Circular Pool, Weano Gorge, Oxer Lookout, Joffre Falls Lookout, Weano Gorge, Hancook Gorge, Kalamina Gorge, Hamersley Gorge.
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ORROROO TO ARKAROOLA VIA LEIGH CREEK

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Start: Orroroo, SA Finish: Arkaroola, SA Duration: Distance: You can just head straight for the Flinders Ranges and Wilpena Pound, and have a quick getaway there like many people do, but there's plenty of reward for a more leisurely migration through the region, that takes in some of the southerly towns and continues on into the even harsher land in the north. After all, the Flinders Ranges themselves extend a fair way either side of the National Park! A true tour starts down south in one of the towns that way, say Orroroo. There's some cool corrugated sculptures of horses in the main drag, a heritage cottage and a lookout surveying the town from the height of one of the early outcrops of the ranges. Other towns you can start at, or dip into, include Wilmington, which features a rainbow of old Land Rovers out the front of a museum, or Melrose, with an authentic old brewery (Jacka Brothers) and the annual Fat Tyre Festival for cycling enthusiasts. Continuing onward and upward towards Leigh Creek, you'll soon come onto the Outback Highway, which runs through Parachilna and grants you access to the national park to the east. A few must-check-out places include Razorback Lookout, the drives through Bunyeroo and Brachina Gorge (a geologist's delight), Pugilist Lookout, Parachilna Gorge, the Cazneaux Tree, the pub at Parachilna, the ruins of Kanyaka Homestead, and of course, the unavoidable Wilpena Pound. Winter really is the best time to be at this last place, because pulling up your camper and setting up in one of the many spaced-out sites at the resort here will put you in perfect position for a few days of bushwalking. The walk to St Marys Peak, or just shy of it, starts on the outside here and continues on, to deposit you over the rim of the soapbowl and down into the Pound below. It's a dry place, but even in the rain (and especially in the thunder), the atmosphere is electric. There's a few tracks that could test your 4WD in the Flinders, but only really if you seek them out. Higher up though, in the Gammon Ranges and in Arkaroola (which is known for its 4WDing), having a capable 4WD, and planning to leave your camper behind when you take on the tracks, will enable you to properly experience these rugged roads. A day drive out to Lake Frome or to one of the waterholes in Gammon Ranges, and a stay at the friendly station, round out this trip.
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Warrego Way

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Start: Brisbane, QLD Finish: Birdsville, QLD Duration: 6 DAYS Distance: 1,800km* Prepare yourself for a six-day driving adventure on the Warrego Way, from Brisbane to Birdsville through the rugged Outback. Running nearly 1,600km west into the heart of Australia, Queensland’s Warrego Way travels from Brisbane to the iconic town of Birdsville on the edge of the mighty Simpson Desert. Experience big sky landscapes, desert vastness, historic towns, therapeutic mineral springs and quite a few eccentric characters and curiosities on one of Queensland’s great inland drives.
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Pacific Coast Way

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Start: Gold Coast, QLD Finish: Cairns, QLD Duration: 11 DAYS Distance:
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Great Beach Drive

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Start: Noosa Heads, QLD End: Tin Can Bay, QLD Duration: 6 DAYS Distance: 600km* Get the sand beneath your tyres as well as between your toes when you trade tarmac for beach and 4WD driving from the Sunshine Coast to Fraser Island. Queensland’s Great Beach Drive is the ultimate great ocean road, a spectacularly scenic adventure that connects the Sunshine Coast with World Heritage-listed Fraser Island, a road trip where the road you travel is not beside the beach, but on the beach. You’ll need a four-wheel-drive and to keep a watchful eye on the tides, but as far as seaside drives go, they really don’t get much better than this.
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New England High Country (NEHC)

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Start: Port Macquarie, NSW End: Armidale, NSW Duration: 4 DAYS Distance: 510km* Explore the New England High Country (NEHC) by bike! NEHC has countless opportunities for an epic bike adventure.
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The Red Centre Way

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Travel through red desert sands, lush valleys, towering gorges and a number of waterholes, on this iconic journey. The 1135km Red Centre Way loop from Alice Springs makes its way to the Tjoritja / West MacDonnell Ranges, Watarrka/Kings Canyon, and Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park.
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