Remote Aussie Destinations You Have to See to Believe

Crossing the Nullarbor

Explorer Motorhomes is here with the list of remote areas in Australia that you have been waiting for. Australia has some amazing cities and metropolitan areas, but the remote destinations are truly breathtaking. There is so much to see and do across the country, but here are some of the most awe-inspiring destinations to put on your list. Maccassan Beach in NT, Uluru National Park in NT, El Questro Homestead in WA, Langford Island in QLD, and Cape York in QLD. If you’re longing for a holiday destination full of natural beauty, private moments of wonder and the best that Australia has to offer, chuck these on your list and get exploring! Check out these rural and remote areas in Australia with your new 4×4 motorhome or campervan from Explorer Motorhomes and get started on your next adventure.

1) Maccassan Beach (Garanhan), NT

First on our list of remote areas in Australia is Maccassan Beach in Northern Territory. This striking contrast between the rich red rocky headland and the bright blue water is a vision you will never forget. With white sand, lush green vegetation and all the vibes of your favourite secluded beach, this one is a must-see.

2) Uluru National Park – Northern Territory

No list of remote places in the world could be complete without the famous red rocks of outback destination Uluru. Located in the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park in the Northern Territory, this wonder of the world sits in one of the most remote towns in Australia, still home to Indigenous Aboriginal people.

3) El Questro Homestead, WA

One of the most remote places to live in Australia, at least for as long as you can afford to, is the stunning El Questro Homestead in Western Australia. Luxurious accommodation sits in a remote area of the Chamberlain Gorge, amongst almost 1 million acres of wilderness park.

4) Langford Island, QLD

When you dream of remote places to live in Australia, Langford Island in Queensland is the dream for many people. Although you’re not quite allowed to set up shop here (and you’ll need a boat to even find it), the beautiful water and white sands of this tiny secluded beach is the next level of private luxury.

5) Cape York, QLD

One of the more remote destinations in Australia, Cape York is one of the most remote places in the world that you can stay in with your camper. This Queensland hub of beachfront camping is in one of the most remote towns in Australia, right at the top of the country. Think beachside bars, sunsets, fishing, rainforests and wetlands.

Discover more rural and remote areas in Australia with your new 4×4 campervan from Explorer Motorhomes. Contact us for a quote today.

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