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Motorhome holiday in Eastern Australia

Eastern Australia is the most populous part of the continent, but it has many natural gems for the explorer to discover. Travel along the East Coast in  motorhome and you can really get a flavour of this country and it’s unique sights and experiences.

This route from Brisbane to Cairns is one the most popular routes in the country, and for good reasons. This trip will take you through varied and spectacular landscapes for a true taste of Australia.

Brisbane to Caloundra
Leaving Brisbane, you can travel North to the Sunshine Coast. This route will take you through the breath-taking Glass House Mountains – this is an area renowned for its natural beauty, and if you fancy stopping here there are plenty of attractions to keep you busy including Australia Zoo and Bankfoot House.

Your final destination of Caloundra is a very popular resort with Australians, as it boasts pristine beaches with a wonderful backdrop of green mountains. Awarded the title of Australia’s Tidiest Town, you can be assured of a pleasant and relaxing stay.

Hervey Bay
Driving north from Caloundra on the Bruce Highway, you can stop off at Noosa which is a well-known Aussie surf spot. Another place which is well worth visiting along the way is the delightful little town of Rainbow Beach – a truly laid back Australian haven with a great beach too.

Next stop Hervey bay, also known as the gateway to Fraser Island. Just a 30 minute boat trip from Hervey Bay, and you can witness the largest sand island in the world. It is more than 123 kilometres long, and 22 kilometres wide – and all sand! Here you will find ancient rainforest with sparkling clear creeks, which run out to stunning white beaches. There are even freshwater lakes where you can swim and coloured cliffs, also formed from sand.

The Mackay-Isaac region is packed full of delights – such as the untouched Barrier Reef (one of the seven wonders of the natural world) where you can go snorkelling, diving or just soak up the exquisite atmosphere.

If you have a little time to spare it is well worth visiting Keswick Island – this is an unspoilt island which can be easily reached by boat or plane.

Eungella National Park
Get back on the Bruce Highway and make sure that you stop off at the Eungella National Park. The Park is packed full of amazing wildlife such as Brushtail Possums, Gliders and Platypus. At the Illawong sanctuary you can see Koala bears, Wombats and Crocodiles.

Airlie Beach
Airlie beach is a great stop if you fancy a bit of nightlife – there are plenty of restaurants and clubs to suit all tastes. Airlie Beach is the gateway to the Whitsundays – 74 islands in the heart of the Barrier Reef that are an essential visit for every traveller. If you like your beaches pristine and white then take a trip to Whitehaven Beach – it is the most photographed beach in Australia for a reason!

Final stop is Cairns. This popular city is on the far North of Queensland, between the Coral Sea and the Atherton Tableland to the West. It is a bustling tourist area with great nightlife and of course access to the Barrier Reef.


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