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Camping & 4WD

Camping & 4WD

Camping & 4WDriving

Set Up Camp

Set up camp by the sea, on the river or in the bush, and enjoy a nostalgic, outback family holiday. Whether you are looking for an easy-breezy, amenity-filled campsite on the water or a secluded bush getaway where the closest amenities are only accessible by a dirt path, we have you covered. Why not grab a camping permit and head to one of our many National Parks, or pack up the kids and enjoy beach-living over the summer holidays along our whole coastline?

Put it in 4WD

Let some air out of your tyres and put your foot down for some 4WDing. An intriguing combination of beach and bush provides many rugged options suitable for first-times and for experienced thrill seekers.

Goodnight Scrub National Park

Head 14km south from Gin Gin to the peaceful Good Night Scrub National Park. The easy gravel road is suitable for conventional vehicles in dry weather, however it can be demanding for even 4WD vehicles in the wet. Head up to One Tree Hill Lookout for panoramic views of the region.

Burrum Coast National Park

Where bush and beach overlap seamlessly, Burrum Coast National Park is the place to be. The Kinkuna section of the park boasts the best 4WDing with corrugated tracks winding through the bush and sections of beach access to sink your tyres in the sand.

Littabella National Park

Just east of Rosedale, Littabella National Park provides a challenging medium-difficult drive. A short winding road, this track is mostly dirt with rocky sections which feature decent-sized hills making an adventurous drive for even the most experienced.

Cordalba State Forest

Between Childers and Gin Gin in the Burnett Valley sits Cordalba State Forest. With its rugged hills and varying track conditions making for an interesting drive, this patch of wilderness paradise is a 4WD-lovers dream. Cordalba State Forest is also home to the Promisedland mountain bike trails.

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