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Top must-do's North and North West Queensland

Adels Grove

Adels Grove is a beautiful picturesque location, 10km from the Lawn Hill Gorge, Boodjamulla National Park and 50km from the world heritage Riversleigh Fossil fields. Visitors have the option of camping or enjoying the bed and breakfast accommodation in either furnished river tents or rooms.

Birdsville Races

An iconic event since 1882, the Birdsville Races brings local residents of the outback together with visitors from across Australia and around the world.

Boulia Camel Races

The Boulia Camel Races otherwise known as 'The Melbourne Cup of camel racing' is an outback adventure featuring the longest camel race in Australia (running 1500m). As well as the camel race, you'll find live entertainment, yabby races, the hilarious camel tagging and sheep tagging competitions, markets, food, fireworks, children’s amusements and a host of novelty races.

Camp 'On the Banks of Barcoo'

Who doesn't want to camp beside a billabong? Don't forget to make "On the Banks of Barcoo" a stop on your Queensland road trip. Here's your chance to hit the road, get the red dust under your tyres and really explore the outback.

Canoe through Lawn Hill Gorge

Paddle your canoe serenely through the waters on the Lawn Hill Gorge canoe trail.

Cobbold Gorge Tour

Cruise the Cobbold Gorge and walk atop its walls on a guided tour, exploring the ancient geological landforms. Discover the wildlife, go bushwalking, bird watching, canoeing and even mountain biking.

Dunk Island

Considered one of Australia's best-kept secrets, Dunk Island, south of Cairns has golden sandy beaches, tropical rainforests, walking tracks and breathtaking scenery for the perfect day trip or a camping trip.

Explore Mossman Gorge

Mossman Gorge not only gives you the chance to experience some of Australia’s oldest and most breath-taking scenery, but it also gives you the chance to dive into the rich Aboriginal history that heavily marks this part of the country.

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Julia Creek Artesian Baths

Nestled in the heart of the outback Downs Country, Julia Creek is renowned for their indulgent Artesian Baths, touted as the ultimate relaxation therapy while overlooking big sky horizon.

Jungle Adventure Night Walks

Deep in the heart of the ancient Daintree Rainforest on a private reserve are the award-winning tours Jungle Surfing and Jungle Adventures Day & Night Walk. By night, armed with a torch, you’ll take to one of the rainforest’s natural walking trails. A landscape lived in by tiny dragons, forest frogs and dancing insects. This is the most exciting way to see the Daintree Rainforest.

Lawn Hill National Park

Boodjamulla (Lawn Hill) National Park is one of Queensland's most scenic national parks. Situated within the remote north-west highlands of Queensland, the park features spectacular gorge country, sandstone ranges and World Heritage fossils. With rivers flowing all year round, canoeing through the gorge is a must-do.

Mount Isa Mines Rodeo

Since 1959, the Mount Isa Mines Rodeo is an experience of a lifetime. A truly bucket list experience, the rodeo is where the romance of the Australian Outback meets the grit of a mining town, east meets west and man meets beast. It's non-stop rodeo action with competitors from all over Australia.

Paronella Park

Take the night tour at Paronella Park to see The String Quartet play adding to the ambiance of this North Queensland wonder.

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Ride a horse on Magnetic Island

Whether you prefer a casual beach stroll or setting out on a bush walk to discover grand views, Horseshoe Bay at Magnetic Island has something for everyone.

Ride in a stagecoach – Longreach to Windorah

Ride in a stagecoach along the old Longreach to Windorah mail route with horses galloping freely alongside.

Skydive at Mission Beach

Skydiving at Mission Beach is an exhilarating, adrenalin pumping, unforgettable adventure with views of beaches, lush rainforest, the Great Barrier Reef and tropical islands that will take your breath away.

The 'Big Mango'

The 10-metre high Big Mango represents the delicious fruit which carries the name sake of the town "Bowen Mango". Situated on the A1 Bruce Highway with sweeping views of the Whitsunday coast it’s the perfect pull over during on the East Coast Australian Roadtrip.

Wallaman Falls

The highest, permanent, single-drop waterfall in Australia, Wallaman Falls is part of the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area, home to some of the oldest rainforests on earth and many endangered plants and animals.

Windorah Sand Hills

Great views and some of the reddest sand ever seen - a great place to experience sunrises and sunsets.