6 Must-See Sights in Remote Queensland

Couple exploring in the lush Lamington National Park, Queensland, Australia

When looking for the top 50 places to visit in Queensland, there’s no expert better than Explorer Motorhomes. Queensland has so much to offer when it comes to 4WD campervan travel because this state is laden with natural wonders. Here are 6 of the most beautiful remote destinations to put on your travel bucket list, when travelling in one of our leading Australian 4×4 campers. Discover Dingo Beach, Boodjamulla National Park, Carnarvon Gorge National Park, Byfield Rainforest, Windin Falls and Cardwell Pools.

1) Dingo Beach

A hidden gem only 15 minutes north of Airlie Beach, Dingo beach is at the top of the list when looking for things to see and do in QLD. Stay in your 4×4 camper and sit back, relax and soak in the blue waters unique to Australia.

2) Boodjamulla (Lawn Hill) National Park

Discover sandstone gorges and beautiful clear water at Lawn Hill Gorge in Boodjamulla National Park. When looking for free things to do in Queensland, this secret spot will prove that the northern outback is more than just a flat red desert. A collection of 35 million-year-old gorges reside here, through which wind emerald green waterways and seven different walking trails, beckoning to be explored.

3) Carnarvon Gorge National Park

When looking for things to see and do in QLD, cultural heritage and wildlife can be found at Carnarvon Gorge National Park. Hidden in the rugged ranges of the central highlands, this Gorge features towering sandstone cliffs, vibrantly coloured side gorges, diverse flora and fauna and Indigenous rock art.

4) Byfield Rainforest

Byfield Rainforest on the Capricorn Coast is one of the most beautiful Queensland secret spots. Find coastal scenery, sand dunes, rugged pinnacles and some of the best remote camping spots for 4WD motorhomes.

5) Windin Falls

Located in the naturally stunning Wooroonooran National Park, discover the Wet Tropics of Queensland. This is definitely one of the most unique things to do in QLD, as you can view the Windin Falls from the bottom or you can take a dip in one of the state’s most awe-inspiring natural infinity pools. Boasting sweeping views of the National Park, the top of Windin Falls is a 90-minute hike along the Old Cairns Track.

Cardwell Pools

One of the top Queensland secret spots, this icy blue swimming spot near Cairns & the Great Barrier Reef is a must-do. The naturally occurring blue hue of the Cardwell Pools is a natural wonder, with geological experts suggesting it’s the result of a chemical reaction between the rocks and water. Visit Mission Beach in your 4WD motorhome and nestle into one of the best free things to do in Queensland.

Discover unique things to do in QLD with your 4×4 campervan from Explorer Motorhomes, located in Queensland. Contact us now for a quote on your next remote home and change your life today.

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