14 Days Brisbane to Cairns Campervan & tour package.

14 Days Awesome Campers Campervan Hire
2-Day Fraser Island Tour
2-Day Whitsunday Sailing
Full Day Snorkelling Tour Cairns
Fast Track Package
Heaps of Extras!

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Available From: Brisbane to Cairns | Cairns to Brisbane.
*Pricing  is Per Person, based on 2 People travelling. Packages available Feb – Nov. Not Available from 14th Dec – 15th Jan.

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    What’s Included?

    14 Days Awesome Campers Campervan Rental
    Deluxe, Elite or Elgrand Campervan for 14 days!

    2-Day/1-Night Fraser Island Tour
    Hervey Bay 2-days/1-night Tag Along tour of Fraser Island – Tuesday and Thursday departure only

    Full Day Snorkelling Tour
    Great Barrier Reef – Snorkel on the board Sunkist – full day tour including morning/afternoon tea and full lunch. (upgrade to diving available at extra cost)

    2-Day/1-Night Whitsundays Sailing Adventure
    Whitsunday 2 day/1-night Maxi Yacht Sailing

    Fast Track Package
    Liability C insurance (only $500 bond) + 4 Gas Cannisters, Lantern, Additional Driver.

    + Heaps of Extras!
    GPS and 1GB Sim Card, Linen, Pillows, Blanket, Toaster & Kettle, Outside table and Chairs, Fridge, dual battery, 240 watts power outlet, kitchen sink, single portable gas cooker.

    14-Day All-Inclusive Campervan Hire & Tour Package

    From the river city of Brisbane, to the crystal-clear waters of Whitsundays, incredible coastlines and stunning National Parks, Queensland boasts some of the most beautiful regions in Australia.


    Queensland’s buzzing riverside capital city is wedged between the ocean and rugged national parks. Brisbane is a cosmopolitan hub for arts, culture and dining but still retains a close connection with nature and a classic laid-back Queensland attitude. It’s also the gateway to the wonders of the Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast.

    Walk across the Victoria Bridge to discover Brisbane’s cultural heart, home to world-class museums, theatres and event spaces.

    It’s worth the one-to-two-hour drive south-west of Brisbane to step foot in the vast, World Heritage-listed Gondwana Rainforests. Popular hiking and camping spots include Main Range or Mount Barney national parks.



    The region has an array of beachfront towns, riverside areas and hinterland communities with a relaxed and casual lifestyle, leaving you wanting more. Walk in the Noosa National Park, the headland standing guard over the Laguna Bay. Relax on many of Noosa Beaches, but which one?

    With more than a dozen beaches, bays and hidden coves, you’re spoilt for choice when it comes to putting your toes in the sand in Noosa.

    First up there’s Noosa’s Main Beach, a calm, protected and patrolled stretch on one side of Hastings Street. You can learn to surf, hire beach gear, grab a cool snow cone from Hey Bill’s beach buggy, watch the surfing action and just take a dip.

    Noosa Ferry Sunset Cruise – The perfect pre-dinner experience. Sit back and relax as you glide amongst the waterfront homes, before taking in the sunset at the river entrance.

    Suggestion of where to Stay in Noosa Heads:
    Top Park Caravan Park
    143 Moorindil St, Tweantin Noosa Heads.


    Rainbow Beach

    Beautiful rolling surf, sandy unspoiled beaches and surrounding national parks make Rainbow Beach the perfect place to get away from it all. A former sand mining town, Rainbow Beach is the gateway to Fraser Island. While staying at Rainbow Beach, a visit to the Carlo San Blow is a must. The scenery from the top is just stunning with views of Double Island Point, Tin Cay Bay and the Coloured sands. To get there drive to the end of Cooloola Drive and take a short walk along a wooded track to the natural sand blow. You won’t be disappointed.

    Suggestion of where to stay:
    Rainbow Beach Holiday Village
    13 Rainbow Beach Road Rainbow Beach.


    Tin Can Bay

    Has remained relatively unchanged, it is situated in a small, jutting promontory in Tin Can Inlet and consequently is surrounded by quiet, sheltered waters which are ideal for fishing and other water activities including windsurfing, canoeing and sailing. You can go and feed the dolphins which come right up to the shore and allow themselves to be hand fed.

    Suggestion of where to stay:
    in Can Bay Tourist Park
    54-74 Trevally St Tin Can Bay.


    Hervey Bay

    Depart from Hervey Bay for your 2-day/ 1-night tag along tour of Fraser island. Fraser island is the largest sand island in the world. One of the many reasons it is world heritage listed. The only place in the world where rainforest grows on sand.

    The tag along tour departs on Tuesday and Friday. Forget sleeping in a tent the overnight accommodation offered in a comfy timber wilderness lodge. All Food included. Drivers must be 21 and over.

    Suggestion of where to Stay:
    Ingenia Holiday Hervey Bay
    105 Truro St Torquay.

    Agnes Water & Town of 1770

    Ever heard of the mysterious Town of 1770 then a stop by the chilled-out Town of 1770 is a must. Not only does it provide a much-needed break between your Fraser Island and Whitsunday Sailing trip, but it is the meeting place of Australia’s east surf coast and the Great Barrier Reef. You can Hire a Scooteroo, take surf lessons or even hire a Kayak. Take a trip to Lady Musgrave Island to see the Turtles and loads of snorkelling opportunities. A must to take, the walk of Captain Cooks footsteps along the same very steps paved by Captain cook himself. The trail will lead you along the foreshore to the historical captian cook monument.

    Suggestion of where to stay:
    Captain Cook Holiday Village
    384 Captain Cook Drive Seventeen Seventy.



    Sitting in the middle of the Queensland coast, the Mackay region stretches from secluded islands off the coast through golden sand beaches and into lush sub-tropical rainforests. The historic town of Mackay is filled with 1920s Art Deco buildings and public artworks, as well as a vibrant dining precinct. See wallabies on the beach at Cape Hillsborough National Park, dive with shy platypus in Eungella National Park or throw a line in at some of the state’s best fishing spots.

    We highly recommend a day trip to Finch Hatton gorge just outside Mackay. An amazing landscape of amazing waterfalls, flora and even home to PLATYPUS!!!!

    Suggestion of where to stay:
    Travellers Rest Caravan and Camping Park
    29 Jackson St Midge Point, Mackay.


    Airlie Beach/ Whitsunday

    Included – 2 Day/ 1-night maxi Yacht sailing. Daily departures ex Airlie Beach. This tour offers your time to explore the true beauty of the Whitsunday islands. Visit Whitehaven beach, snorkel the fringing Coral Reefs and take the famous walk to the breath-taking hill inlet. All food and accommodation included.

    Suggestion of where to stay:
    Island Gateway Holiday Park
    1 Jubilee Pocket Road Airlie Beach.


    Magnetic Island

    Snorkingling, fishing, feeding birds of prey, endless sunshine, koalas, hiking trails, and the list goes on! Just a short 20-minute ferry ride from Townsville, Magnetic Island boasts the natural beauty and serenity of an island paradise.

    Suggestion of where to Stay:
    Coral Coast Tourist Park
    547 Ingham Road Bohle Townsville


    Atherton Tablelands

    Visit Hastie Swamp, a two-level bird hides that views thousands of birds in their natural habitat, or Crystal Caves in the Main Street of Atherton. Mt Mulligan Escarpment is a must see.

    A beautiful, scenic and unspoilt, undulating tableland between 500 and 1000 metres above the Great Barrier Reef, perfect for the self-driving tour.

    Suggestion of where to stay
    Big 4 Atherton Tablelands Holiday Park


    Cairns/ Great Barrier Reef

    Included – Snorkel the outer Great Barrier Reef on board Sunkist. Full day tour including Morning/Afternoon tea and full lunch. All equipment included. Upgrade to scuba diving available at an additional cost. $20 Reef and port levy payable direct on the day.

    Suggestion of where to Stay:
    Lake Placid Tourist Park
    82 – 100 Lake Placid Road, Cairns.