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The Best 4×4 Camper Truck Sites in Queesland

 The Best 4×4 Camper Truck Sites in Queesland

The Best 4×4 Camper Truck Sites in Queesland

The Best 4x4 Camper Truck Sites in Queensland

Queensland, Australia, is a beautiful state and the heartland of Australia’s best expedition vehicle and 4×4 camper truck adventure. Once you own an expedition vehicle, there’s no limit to the remote rock pools and unspoiled beaches you can off-road and explore. So, what are you waiting for? Below is a list of our favourite 4×4 campsites in Queensland – but remember, with a 4×4 camper truck the possibilities are truly endless. 

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For the 4x4 Camper Truck Beach Lovers

Middle Rock Campground, Deepwater National Park QLD

While the tourist-hype of Bundaberg and the perfectly picturesque waterways of Seventeen Seventy (not to mention its name) draw travelers and expedition vehicle enthusiasts from all over Australia, many drive past this area’s best-kept secret – Deepwater National Park. Located just 14km south of Agnes Waters, Middle Rock Campground is a small, secluded slice of paradise tucked 100 meters off of the unsealed 4×4 track that runs north-south through the national park. This campsite may be small (about three expedition camper trucks would fit nicely) but what it lacks in size it makes up for in location – offering the most unspoiled, powdery sand beach just 100 meters over the dunes from your 4×4 camper trucks door. This is the costal Queensland travelers dream of!

Where: Deepwater National Park, approximately 14km south of Agnes Waters via Anderson Way.

Facilities: Sand and wood chip camping surface (room for about 3 expedition camper trucks), fire rings, beach access, toilets and cold showers down the road at Wreck Rock Camping Area. No bookings required. 

Distance from Gold Coast: 7 hours, 568km

Distance from Brisbane: 6 hours, 489km

More info: https://parks.des.qld.gov.au/parks/deepwater/camping.html

Teewah Beach Campground, Noosa North Shore, Great Sandy National Park, QLD

If you want to experience the real Noosa – the iconic, snow-white, sandy beaches – without all the fancy brunches and troves of backpackers, a day trip or overnight camping trip in your 4×4 camper truck to the Noosa North Shore is just what you need. This area boasts long, straight stretches of untouched beach (ideal terrain for expedition vehicle beginners) not to mention plenty of inland 4×4 tracks near Lake Cooroibah. This watering hole is a great spot to trek or put in a kayak and meet the local wildlife – including flocks of native birds and resident kangaroos. Whether you’re staying out for one night or more, we recommend starting your expedition camper truck adventure at the Teewah Beach Campground. Then, spend a day driving along the beach up past Teewah and the Colored Sands up to Rainbow Beach and Double Island Point. Ready to get your 4×4 camper truck a little sandy?

Where: Cooloola Recreation Area in Great Sandy National Park along Teewah Beach in a 15km zone between the Sunshine Coast Regional Council boundary and Little Freshwater Creek.

Facilities: Sand and grass surface, beach access, and rubbish bins. Toilets, cold showers, and untreated tap water located at the Freshwater day-use area. Open fires permitted. No mobile service. Camping permit required for 4×4 camper trucks.  

Distance from Gold Coast: 4.5 hours, 326km

Distance from Brisbane: 3.5 hours, 247km

More info: https://parks.des.qld.gov.au/parks/cooloola/camping.html

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For a 4x4 Camper Truck Hinterland Hideaway

Nerum Creek Camping Area, D'Aguilar National Park QLD

Formerly known as the Brisbane Forest Park, D’Aguilar National Park has been a hinterland escape for busy Brisbane families and expedition camper trucks for decades. Known for its remote bush camping sites (only accessible by foot) this park is a magnet for outdoor adventure enthusiasts of all kinds including off-roading 4×4 camper trucks and avid trekkers. Neurum Creek Camping is as serene as it gets, a quaint campground enclosed in the emerald hinterland forest next to a snaking, tea-colored creek. If you and the family want to get away from the city rush in your expedition vehicle – slow down for a weekend by playing in this areas rockpools, kayaking the creek, and taking advantage of the peace and quiet that comes from fishing with a beer in hand along the shore. 

 

Where: D’Aguilar National Park off of Neurum Creek Road, about 6.3km from the southern access to the park (Sellin Road via The Gantry).

Facilities: Raised dirt camping surface, untreated tap water, septic toilets, fire pits, camping bookings required for busy seasons. 

Distance from Gold Coast: 2 hours 45 minutes, 165km

Distance from Brisbane: 1.5 hours, 77km

More info: https://parks.des.qld.gov.au/parks/daguilar/camping.html

Red Rock Gorge Camping Area, Sundown National Park QLD

Take your expedition camper truck on a journey across the wild, isolated, rugged ranges of Sundown National Park – a hidden gem found near the NSW and QLD border. The natural landscapes and burnt granite cliffs of this region are unlike any others found in the state. Known to be a haven for native birds and small mammals, make sure you have binoculars in the glove box of your 4×4 camper truck to spot red-winged parrots in the bush, peregrine falcons on the cliffs, and azure kingfishers near the river’s edge. While the Red Rock Gorge Camping Area is the most popular site (about a 250-metre walk from the stunning Red Rock sunset lookout) feel free to drive your expedition vehicle along the rough 4×4 track to the Burrows Waterhole Campground. From this site, it’s a 6km return walk to the scenic rock pool, Rats Castle, an even more secluded slice of the bush. 

 

Where: Sundown National Park, Red Rock Camping Area access is via a rough 4×4 track from the north-eastern entrance of the park. It takes about 40 minutes to drive the 7 km to the camping area.

Facilities: Dirt camping surface for expedition camper trucks, pit toilets, limited mobile service. 

Distance from Gold Coast: 4 hours, 276km

Distance from Brisbane: 4 hours, 254km

More info: https://parks.des.qld.gov.au/parks/sundown/camping.html

Gold Coast Hinterland 4x4 Campsite

For a 4x4 Camper Truck Outback Adventure

Hunters Gorge Camping Area, Diamantina National Park QLD

There’s nothing quite like an outback adventure. The remote, red-caked reaches of central Queensland are as unknown as it gets – so how do you and your 4×4 camper truck find the perfect campsite? Smack in the middle of Diamantina National Park (through some pretty harsh country) Hunters Gorge Camping Area is one site that ticks all the right boxes. With basic, undefined sites for tents and expedition vehicles along a scenic billabong (Mundawerra Waterhole) the bird-watching alone is enough to choose this destination. At night, the empty silence and infinite star-filled sky will keep you awake dreaming of the day you and your expedition camper truck can drive back again.  

 

Where: Diamantina National Park, about 400km north-east of Birdsville and 4km from the turn-off to Hunters Gorge, signed on Springvale Road.

Facilities: Dirt camping surface, pit toilets, open fires permitted. Reservations for expedition camper trucks recommended. 

Distance from Gold Coast: 25 hours, 1828km

Distance from Brisbane: 24 hours, 1775km

More info: https://parks.des.qld.gov.au/parks/diamantina/camping.html

Ourimperee Waterhole, Currawinya National Park QLD

For an adventure that includes a little culture, drive your expedition camper truck across the rough, dusty outback and discover Currawinya National Park. This park is known for its aboriginal culture and the preserved history of the first European settlements. This park also protects wildlife, in particular, the Bilby (perhaps the cutest of all Aussie creatures). The Ourimperee Waterhole is the perfect place to make base camp alongside other expedition vehicles and then make day trips to explore the culture while you’re in this outback area. As one of the largest bodies of water in sight, keep an eye out for Mum and baby Emus grabbing a quick drink along the banks. 

 

Where: Currawinya National Park is located about 170 km south-west of Cunnamulla adjacent to the QLD/NSW border near Hungerford.

Facilities: Dirt camping surface for tents and expedition camper trucks, undefined sites, cold bush showers, flushing toilets at the nearby woolshed, open fires permitted. 

Distance from Gold Coast: 13 hours, 1012km

Distance from Brisbane: 12.5 hours, 959km

More info: https://parks.des.qld.gov.au/parks/currawinya/about.html#getting_there_and_getting_around

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What are you waiting for?

Now it’s your turn. Grab the keys of your new expedition vehicle and go! From north to south, from the hinterland to the outback, from the Gold Coast or Brisbane – you’ll be amazed at the places a 4×4 camper truck or expedition camper truck can take you across our beautiful state. Discovering the backroads of Queensland could take a lifetime, but with a new expedition vehicle, you’ve got a head start. In need of the ultimate 4×4 camper truck? Contact us today for a quote on a custom built expedition vehicle to suit your needs.

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