The Savannah Way has camping and accommodation options to suit all travel styles, but for Katie Williams and her tribe, the opportunities to free camp enroute are second to none.…
Cunnamulla is a good 800km drive west of Brisbane, and could be called the gateway to the ‘real’ outback, with several major highways intersecting the town. The locals all say…
Lace up your boots and wander through this lush oasis in central Queensland’s highlands.
This old railway town is nestled in one of central Queensland’s last unexplored landscapes.
Ever wondered how Australia’s remote outback lands have changed over time?
Base yourself in Kurrimine Beach to explore the stunning scenic drives along the Cassowary Coast.
A relative newcomer in the world of remote outback camping, Hell Hole Gorge is on track to become a fan favourite.
Sprawled across the tropical highlands above Cairns lies a volcanically-carved haven of tumbling waterfalls, lush rainforest, unique wildlife, charming towns and historic culture. The Atherton Tableland is certainly a place…
Fright night or fab free camp? The ruins of an outback Queensland mining town prove surprisingly pleasant for the Kool Kampers crew.
An oasis awaits in Queensland’s far northwest.