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4WD Travel - Our Travels

Fraser Island

Cathedrals on Fraser Island is the Gateway between the Sandy cape in the north and Hook Point at the South. Everything you need is here including Fuel, a shop, hot showers, powered and non powered camp sites, cabins, and camp kitchens.


Teewah Beach

1 1/2 hrs north of Brisbane on the Sunshine coast. Head to Tewantin and catch the short barge ride across the river to the North Shore. Teewah has about 12 km's of camping coastline. This is a fully self sufficant style of camping, there 

are no ammenities


Lake Moogerah

Open style camping on the lake with Fire rings available at every site and great clean ammenities with hot showers. Water sking, fishing or just a day in the sun, Lake Moogerah is a couple of hours south west of Brisbane out on the scenic Rim



Camp Fires

Unless you camping in the middle of no where (ie deep in the bush) Camp fires are not always a given when travelling. If camping in a camping ground call ahead if possiable. Heres a couple we recently found. Cathedrals, Dundabra & waddy point on Fraser (only in designated Fire Rings) Neurum Creek, Lake Moogerah, Queen Mary Falls Park all have a fire ring on every site. You can even buy the wood too. Just remember in the summer months fire bans can be in place.



The Outback


 Traveling 5,000kms from Brisbane to Innamincka, Oodnadatta, Mt Dare, crossing the simpson Desert to Birdsville. Iconic Pubs, Roadhouses, historical Ruins, we travel solo through the outback with the kids and a roof top tent.


Kinkuna Beach

4hrs north of Brisbane, turn right at childers and drive another 35kms out to the beach. This is a fully self sufficiant style of camping behind low lying dunes and magnifcent views of the ocean. There are no amenaties at this location.



Neurum Creek Bush Retreat

1 hr north of Brisbane, Head west from Caboolture to Neurum Creek. This is perfect for family camping with bike tracks for the kids, a fire ring on every site and the D'agular National Park tracks only 3 km's away.


Condomine River - Killarney

Looking for a day trip with a little adventure? Head west to Killarney near Warwick and drive through the Condomine River track. For overnighters, stop in at the Queen Mary Falls Caravan Park, and crank up a fire. 



If your just starting out and tents have been your only expierence for camping, then have a look at a swag. They come in many sizes and are much stronger and weather resistant. Try the King or Double swag, a family of 4 will fit comfortably in

2 Double swags. Water before use !



Cape York Adventure -

To the northern most part of the Australian Continent


An adventure to Cape York with 4 families and 8 kids covering the Daintree to the Old Telegraph track, all the way to the tip of Queensland. A 7,500km journey, camping, campfires, water crossings, corregations, and everything you need to know.

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