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Brisbane Road Trips

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10 Road Trips from Brisbane

These road trips depart from Brisbane on a one way journey, ending at a destination where you are able to drop off your rental campervan at one of Camperman's depots. Great places to stay in a campervan, as well as the facilities and rates are listed for each stop, along with the local attractions with maps and photos.

  • Brisbane to Airlie Beach: The Sunshine Coast and Whitsundays
    1,120 km | 4 - 8 days

    Highlights include Cape Hillsborough National Park where kangaroos enjoy the beach as much as the humans, Capricorn Caves, Agnes Water, Lady Musgrave Island, the whales of Hervey Bay, World Heritage listed Fraser Island, Rainbow Beach and the Great Sandy National Park, Noosa, the Hinterland and the Glasshouse Mountains before arriving at Airlie Beach, the gateway to the Whitsundays. More.

  • Brisbane to Townsville COAST drive: Whitsundays and Tropical Queensland 
    1400 km | 5 - 9 days

    Brisbane to Airlie Beach | Airlie Beach to Townsville
    This road trip adds to the Brisbane to Airlie Beach road trip (above). Highlights include Cape Hillsborough National Park where kangaroos enjoy the beach as much as the humans, Capricorn Caves, Agnes Water, Lady Musgrave Island, the whales of Hervey Bay, World Heritage listed Fraser Island, Rainbow Beach and the Great Sandy National Park, Noosa, the Hinterland and the Glasshouse Mountains, Airlie Beach the gateway to the Whitsunday Islands, Horseshoe Bay and a walk through massive granite boulders to a lookout.

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    The Great Barrier Reef

  • Brisbane to Townsville OUTBACK drive
    2,900 | 7 days
    Brisbane to Cunnamulla | Cunnamulla to Townsville
    Detour west to travel through Queensland's outback before returning to the coast. This drive traverses a broad range of mostly uninhabited landscapes with rural towns steeped in history, expansive plains, red sand deserts, and you'll never see stars like it at night.

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    Soaking in the Queensland Outback. Annette_hobbs _ via Instagram.

  • Brisbane to Cairns: Queensland's entire coast 
    1,700 km | 6 - 11 days

    Brisbane to Airlie Beach | Airlie Beach to Townsville | Townsville to Cairns
    This coastal drive continues on from the Brisbane to Airlie Beach and Townsville road trips (above). Highlights include Cape Hillsborough National Park where kangaroos enjoy the beach as much as the humans, Capricorn Caves, Agnes Water, Lady Musgrave Island, the whales of Hervey Bay, World Heritage listed Fraser Island, Rainbow Beach and the Great Sandy National Park, Noosa, the Hinterland and the Glasshouse Mountains, Airlie Beach the gateway to the Whitsunday Islands, Horseshoe Bay and a walk through massive granite boulders to a lookout, Townsville and Magnetic Island, Babinda Boulders, Josephine falls, the pyramid summit climb, Paronella Park, Mission Beach, Hinchinbrook Island and Cairns.

  • Brisbane to Sydney: East coast of Australia 
    1,050 km |  5 - 9 days 

    Highlights include the Gold Coast, Springbrook National Park, Lamington National park, Byron Bay, Nimbin, climb Mt. Warning, the Sapphire Coast and its national parks, the ancient misty rainforest of Dorrigo National Park, Bellingen, Myall Lakes, the Hunter Valley wine region, and the Blue Mountains before arriving in Sydney. More...

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    Sydney

  • Brisbane - Cairns - Darwin - Uluru - Adelaide: Australia's red centre 
    8,670 km | 35 - 40 days 

    Brisbane to Airlie Beach | Airlie Beach to Townsville | Townsville to Cairns | Cairns to Darwin | Darwin to Adelaide 
    Highlights of this road trip include Cape Hillsborough National Park where kangaroos enjoy the beach as much as the humans, Capricorn Caves, Agnes Water, Lady Musgrave Island, the whales of Hervey Bay, World Heritage listed Fraser Island, Rainbow Beach and the Great Sandy National Park, Noosa, the Hinterland and the Glasshouse Mountains, Airlie Beach the gateway to the Whitsunday Islands, Horseshoe Bay and its massive granite boulders and tourquoise waters, Townsville and Magnetic Island, Babinda Boulders, Josephine falls, the pyramid summit climb, Paronella Park, Mission Beach, Hinchinbrook Island, a few days in Cairns, Port Douglas, the Daintree and Cape Tribulation, Undara Lava Tubes, Mataranka Hot Springs, Katherine Gorge in Nitmiluk National Park, Litchfield National Park, Darwin, Devils Marbles, Uluru, the Olgas, the underground town of Coober Pedy and the city of Adelaide.  For this trip it might be more economical to take advantage of our campervan buy back deal.  

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    Uluru in Central Australia

  • Brisbane to Melbourne: East Coast of Australia
    2,250 km |  12 - 22 days

     Brisbane to Sydney | Sydney to Melbourne
    This epic road trip carries on from Sydney (above). Highlights include the Gold Coast, Springbrook National Park, Lamington National park, Byron Bay, Nimbin, climb Mt. Warning, the Sapphire Coast and its national parks, the ancient misty rainforest of Dorrigo National Park, Bellingen, Myall Lakes, the Hunter Valley wine region, and the Blue Mountains, a few days in Sydney, the rugged sandstone cliffs and bays of the Royal National Park, the Sea Cliff Bridge, the southern hemisphere's largest Buddhist temple, Pigeon House Mountain, pristine beaches, fresh oysters and local cheese, beach camping, swimming with wild seals, the Gippsland Lakes, Wilsons Promontory, and the penguins of Phillip Island.

  • Brisbane - Sydney - Melbourne - Adelaide: East Coast & the Great Ocean Road.
    3,750 km |  21 - 35 days

     Brisbane to Sydney | Sydney to Melbourne  | Melbourne to Adelaide
    This road trip takes you half way around Australia down the east coast and along the southern coast. Highlights include the Gold Coast, Springbrook National Park, Lamington National park, Byron Bay, Nimbin, climb Mt. Warning, the Sapphire Coast and its national parks, the ancient misty rainforest of Dorrigo National Park, Bellingen, Myall Lakes, the Hunter Valley wine region, and the Blue Mountains, a few days in Sydney, the rugged sandstone cliffs and bays of the Royal National Park, the Sea Cliff Bridge, the southern hemisphere's largest Buddhist temple, Pigeon House Mountain, pristine beaches, fresh oysters and local cheese, beach camping, swimming with wild seals, the Gippsland Lakes, Wilsons Promontory, and the penguins of Phillip Island. The journey between Sydney and Melbourne can either follow the coast, or veer inland to Australia's capital city Canberra and through the Snowy Mountains before rejoining the coast. From Melbourne to Adelaide you'll skirt the turquoise sea along the Great Ocean Road, visit ancient rainforests, glow worms, strange mountains and rock formations, limestone caves, wine and cheese regions, steam trains and paddle steamers. You'll meet emus, kangaroos, cockatoos, koalas, wombats, echidna's, dolphins and seals along the way. 

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    Twelve Apostles on the Great Ocean Road.

  • Brisbane - Sydney - Adelaide: East Coast and Australian Outback
    2,850 km |  14 - 26 days

     Brisbane to Sydney | Sydney to Adelaide
    This road trip gives you a good dose of Australia's beautiful coast plus the unique sparsely populated landscapes of the outback. Highlights include the Gold Coast, Springbrook National Park, Lamington National park, Byron Bay, Nimbin, climb Mt. Warning, the Sapphire Coast and its national parks, the ancient misty rainforest of Dorrigo National Park, Bellingen, Myall Lakes, the Hunter Valley wine region, Brisbane Water and a few days in Sydney. From Sydney you head west through the Blue Mountains and into the countryside with its cute historic towns. The outback landscapes are like nowhere else and the night skies are incredible. Highlights include the desert sculpture park near Broken Hill, Menindee Lakes in Kinchega National Park, Mungo National Park, the Murray River and the Barossa Valley wine region.

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    Rural and outback Australia.

  • Brisbane - Cairns - Darwin - Broome - Perth - Adelaide: Around Australia
    13,710 km |  66 - 77 days

    Brisbane to Airlie Beach | Airlie Beach to Townsville | Townsville to Cairns | Cairns to Darwin  | Darwin to Broome | Broome to Perth | Perth to Adelaide
    Highlights of this road trip include Cape Hillsborough National Park, Capricorn Caves, Agnes Water, Lady Musgrave Island, the whales of Hervey Bay, World Heritage listed Fraser Island, Rainbow Beach and the Great Sandy National Park, Noosa, the Hinterland and the Glasshouse Mountains, Airlie Beach the gateway to the Whitsunday Islands, Horseshoe Bay and its massive granite boulders and tourquoise waters, Townsville and Magnetic Island, Babinda Boulders, Josephine falls, the pyramid summit climb, Paronella Park, Mission Beach, Hinchinbrook Island, a few days in Cairns, Port Douglas, the Daintree and Cape Tribulation, Undara Lava Tubes, Mataranka Hot Springs, Katherine Gorge in Nitmiluk National Park, Litchfield National Park, Broome, the whale sharks of Ningaloo Reef, meet the dolphins of Monkey Mia and the Shark Bay World Heritage Area, drive through the strange rocks of The Pinnacles Desert and carpets of wildflowers. Cruise the Dampier Archipelago and surf down the Lancelin Sand Dunes. Climb the giant Gloucester Tree, camp among Yeagerup Dunes, explore limestone caves, taste wine, cross the Nullarbor and hike the coastal trails of Coffin Bay National Park.  For this trip it is more economical to take advantage of our campervan buy back deal.  

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    Pinnacles, Western Australia.

Map of Australian Road Trips

Use this map to customize your own road trip out of Brisbane and the Gold Coast.

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Queensland 4814 Phone: 1800 216 223

 

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