Brisbane to Kingaroy
- Day 1 - Brisbane to Woodford
- Day 2 - Woodford to Bunya Mountains
- Day 3 - Bunya Mountains to Brisbane
Brisbane to Woodford
Driving Time: 1hr Distance: 73km
Drive your Cosy Camper north from Brisbane to Caboolture, where the Abbey Museum houses a wonderful collection of historical artefacts from around the globe. From Caboolture it’s a quick 20-minute drive across the Pumicestone Passage to Bribie Island, which boasts surf beaches, 350 species of birds and an array of marine life including dugongs, dolphins and turtles.
Continue to Woodford, a small, attractive town with fantastic colonial architecture and a heritage railway.
Be captivated by Bribie Island’s coastal scenery and diverse wildlife.
Experience the waterfalls and wineries of Mount Mee.
Woodford to Bunya Mountains
Driving Time: 2hrs Distance: 139km
Pass through the old timber towns of Benarkin, Blackbutt, Yarraman and Nanango, perhaps taking a short bushwalk in one of the many state forests nearby. Continue to Kingaroy, Australia’s peanut farming capital and the centre of the area’s burgeoning wine industry. Visit the art gallery and heritage museum, sniff the air at the Pottique Lavender Farm and indulge in a few wine tastings before heading to your campsite in the Bunya Mountains National Park.
Go through a purple patch at the Pottique Lavender Farm.
Pottique Lavender Farm
Bunya Mountains to Brisbane
Driving Time: 3hrs Distance: 226km
The Bunya Mountains National Park is Queensland’s second-oldest national park, where prehistoric bunya pines reach for the sky alongside pristine rainforests and striking peaks. There are walking tracks to suit all ages and abilities, and you’re likely to see a variety of exotic birds darting among the waterfalls and tree ferns. Soak up the views from the park’s numerous lookouts before hitting the road back to Brisbane, perhaps grabbing a late lunch or afternoon tea at the historic Bellevue Homestead near Esk.