Journey from Brisbane to Cairns Australia by hire campervan and take in the best of Queensland’s many attractions and scenic beauty. Rental campervans in Australia are easy on the budget while you enjoy sparkling white sand beaches, crystal clear blue waters along the coast of the Great Barrier Reef, picturesque islands, and a multitude of national parks camping along the way.

Spectacular Day by Day Road Trip Journey from Brisbane to Cairns

The Pacific Coast Road Trip is best explored with the freedom you can gain by rental campervan hire in Brisbane or Cairns. Exploring by campervan is fun and when you tire after a day of driving just stop at a campsite for the night. See World Heritage-listed sights, the world’s largest sand dune island Fraser Island and much more. Mon Repos, next to Bundaberg, offers a glimpse at unusual wildlife or head over to Great Keppel Island or the Capricorn Caves for some wondrous sights! Rockhampton will sooth the soul and Mackay provides snorkeling or diving the reef with beautiful corals, exotic fishes, and splendid underwater sights.

Try sailing about the Whitsunday Islands to behold amazing beauty and Magnetic Island, near Townsville awards white sands to frolic upon and crystal blue waters. Hinchinbrook National Park, to the north, features a look at Australia’s biggest island park. This trip is perfect for camping along the way, just hire campervan in Cairns or Brisbane to start your adventure, easy to reverse  hire a catamaran in Tenerife this trip. The coastline will never stop amazing you with the sounds, colours, and sights it has in store. Your journey stops in Cairns, the tropical north city full of exhilarating things to see and do.

Get Ready For A Colorful Adventure from Brisbane to Fraser Island

Your first day stop in at Noosa to shop the boutiques, snack in a bistro and gaze enviously at the beachside apartments. Noosa National Park offers bush land, and the beaches are some excellent lookouts to fill any want. Head to Gympie to dig for gold and check out Maryborough for a provincial encounter. Hervey Bay hosts whale watching then arrive at Fraser Island, via boat, for a truly sandy experience. This World Heritage wonder is one of a kind being the world’s largest sand island. Participate in a tour or four-wheel drive the day away! Central Station hosts lush rainforest and the Cathedral Cliffs will capture your imagination with its array of colours. Lake McKenzie is picture perfect and a great backdrop for a picnic lunch. Overnight in a beachside tent, cabin, or resort or find a caravan park for your rental campervan.

Today from the Sand Dunes of Fraser Island to Bundaberg

Your first stop is in Elliot Heads. Fish, swim, or jet ski the whole day for some fantastic fun on the water. Dive in at Innes Park or watch the kangaroos play at Woodgate Beach. Watch sea turtles nesting in their natural habitat and look for hatchlings at Mon Repos, close by Bundaberg. Lady Elliot and Lady Musgrave Islands, on the Great Barrier Reefs south side, is home to manta rays and coral reefs for your diving or snorkeling pleasure. Bundaberg’s downtown has history on display with its old style architecture and head to the Burnett River for a lazy river cruise. Rest for the night at a campsite with your campervan rental or choose a cozy inn or hotel.

Next up is the Bundaberg to Rockhampton leg of your trip

Venture northward to pause in Gin Gin or 1770, the beautiful beachside town name by Captain Cook to celebrate the year of its discovery. Inland is Cania Gorge National Park and Eurimbula National Park for rainforest bush land for some great hiking and nature. Gladstone’s green city is filled with rainforest gorges, beaches and lakes are far as the eye can see all the way to the Great Barrier Reef. Give pause in Rockhampton for cruises of the coral encrusted Great Keppel Island and snorkeling from Clam Bay, Monkey Point, and Shelving Beach. Order a scrumptious steak to see if Rockhampton deserves its reputation of Australia’s beef capital, and then walk it off in the Botanic Gardens.