Highlights of this trip: Sydney – Blue Mountains – Hunter Valley – Byron Bay – Lamington National Park – Brisbane – Whitsunday Islands – Port Douglas – Cairns
1. Day: Sydney
Entgegennahme vom Wohnmobil oder Camper. Lernen Sie Ihr neues Zuhause kennen und gewöhnen Sie sich an den Linksverkehr. Halt im nächsten Einkaufszentrum um sich kulinarisch einzudecken. Installation auf dem 1. Campingplatz.
2. Day: Sydney - Blue Mountains (approx. 103 km)
Drive accross the famous Sydney Harbour Bridge to the Blue Mountains.
3. Day: Blue Mountains
Enjoy a full day in the Blue Mountains National Park. Visit The Three Sisters, sandstone rock formations that are one of the best-known attractions in the region.
4. Day: Blue Mountains - Hunter Valley (approx. 300 km)
Drive to the Hunter Valley. The Hunter Valley is one of the largest river valleys at the New South Wales Coast and is most commonly known for its wineries and coal industry. The Hunter Valley is the oldest wine-growing region in Australia.
5. Day: Hunter Valley - Port Macquarie (approx. 338 km)
Drive to the coast, pass Taree and drive northbound to the Crowdy Bay National Park. Port Macquarie is a popular harbour town.
6. Day: Port Macquarie - Byron Bay (approx. 413 km)
On your way stop in Coffs Harbour. You pass semitropical vegetation area and banana-plantations before arriving in Byron Bay. Surfers paradise.
7. Day: Byron Bay
Enjoy a day at leisure on the beach. Eary birds enjoy the sunrise on the beach. Visit the lighthouse Cape Byron, which is the most eastern point in Australia.
8. Day: Byron Bay - Lamington NP (approx. 160 km)
Today you leave New South Wales and enter into Queensland. You enter Lamington National Park from Southport on the Gold Coast. The park is known for its natural beauty, rainforests, birdlife, ancient trees, waterfalls, walking tracks and mountain views.
9. Day: Lamington NP - Brisbane (approx. 120 km)
Drive to Gold Coast and up to Brisbane. Shopping, romantic walk on the Brisbane River, Koalas in Long Pine Koala Sanctuary - everthing is possible in Brissie.
10. Day: Brisbane
Today explore Brissie on a bike. Approx. 200 km of bike trails which brings you to the Botanical Gardens, to the artificial beaches and to the Gallery of Modern Art.
11. Day: Brisbane - Taroom (approx. 463 km)
Drive away from the coast to the hinterlands. See the typical Queensland Outback, with its fields, historic towns and terrific australian panorama.
12. Day: Taroom - Yeppoon (approx. 344 km)
Today drive back through the outback to the coast. In Yeppoon view on Great Keppel Island.
13. Day: Yeppoon - Airlie Beach (approx. 495 km)
Drive on Bruce Highway to Mackay and continue to Cape Hillsborough National Park. Airlie Beach is the gate to the Whitsunday Islands.
14. Day: Airlie Beach
Enjoy a full day at leisure and enjoy the Withsunday Islands.
15. Day: Airlie Beach - Townsville (approx. 290 km)
Drive through farming lands, visit Bowen and Ayr. On your way fantastic views to the offshore islands.
16. Day: Townsville - Cairns (approx. 379 km)
Drive along the coast on Bruce Highway to Mission Beach. On your way visit pretty Port Douglas with the Four Mile Beach before you continue to Cairns.
17. Day: Cairns
Drop off your vehicle.