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Explore the Splendor of the East Coast: From Brisbane to Cairns

Day 1


Brisbane is a charming city where living is easy, and the sun shines almost year-round. 

Queen Street Mall is a delightful pedestrian area with numerous shops. 

The City Botanic Gardens, right in the city centre, is a superb place to relax and unwind. This park is beautifully landscaped and offers a haven of greenery in the heart of the city.

Brisbane’s neighbourhoods stretch along the river. Take a boat tour from one bank to the other and discover the different districts of the city, each with its own charm. One of the most popular neighbourhoods is Fortitude Valley, north of the city. This area boasts some of the city’s best restaurants. It’s also a great place to go out and party. In the same area, you’ll also find Brisbane’s Chinatown. Brisbane’s iconic Story Bridge is just a short walk from Fortitude Valley. Also on the north bank, Paddington is a quiet residential neighbourhood: its hilly streets and splendid colonial houses add to the charm of this affluent suburb of Brisbane. Full of antique shops and vintage clothing boutiques, it’s a perfect place to wander and hunt for bargains.

South Bank Parklands, to the south of the city, is a popular spot for its green spaces, playgrounds, cafes, and restaurants. You’ll find the famous lagoon here, which is a set of three pools with a man-made beach. An ideal place to swim and relax, just like at the beach. With the ferris wheel, bars, ice cream parlours, and restaurants, there’s plenty to do in the vicinity. In the evening, the beautiful city of Brisbane and its skyscrapers light up.

Day 2

Pick-up your Campervan

Do your first shopping, and let’s go!

Sunshine Coast

The Sunshine Coast is loved for its numerous beaches, restaurants, and its hinterland offering breathtaking landscapes. It’s not hard to understand why this region is so popular with Australians.

We recommend a stop at Mooloolaba Beach in the town of Mooloolaba, if you want to relax at the beach. Feel free to try one of the seaside restaurants.

Cotton Tree, located by the river, is ideal for picnicking or barbecuing. You can also go canoeing and swimming there.

Another nice seaside town, Coolum, offers diverse activities. You can enjoy natural rock pools among the rocks (Coolum Beach). Dolphins are also often spotted from this area.

Day 3


Noosa: between paradise beaches and coastal walks, there’s something for everyone. In this town where surfing is almost a religion, we invite you to take lessons in the beautiful setting of the town’s beaches.

If you’re into thrills and love beaches, the ideal plan is to go skydiving.

Main Beach in Noosa Heads is one of the most popular, offering perfect waves for surfing and a lively atmosphere with cafes, restaurants, and shops nearby.

Sunshine Beach is quieter and attracts those who seek relaxation and tranquillity. For hikers, Noosa National Park is also a must-visit with its postcard-worthy beaches and pleasant coastal walks.

Day 4:

Heading to Rainbow Beach:

The name of this village is no accident: rainbow-coloured sand cliffs in shades of ochre, orange, red, yellow, grey, and mauve give charm to this village. To see these famous sand dunes, head to Rainbow Beach or go directly to the “Carlo Sand Blow” dune. From this dune, the landscape is breathtaking, with a magnificent panorama of the ocean.

Near Inskip Point, you can observe Manta rays, right next to the “Manta Ray Barge” ferry. You’ll find numerous campsites near Inskip Point.

End of the road heading to Hervey Bay for the night.

Day 5:

K’gari (Fraser Island) 2-day 1-night tour :

Explore ancient rainforests, magnificent lakes, and unique landscapes on a guided 2-day, 1-night 4×4 tour.

Drive a 4×4 vehicle with guidance from your experienced guide. Accommodation in a beach house or camping where you can visit all of Fraser Island’s best sites on a small group tour. Visit all the iconic sites, Lake McKenzie, Central Station, Eli Creek, the Maheno Shipwreck, and much more! Walk through the rainforest at Pile Valley. 4×4 along 75-Mile Beach. Swim, float, or tube at beautiful Lake McKenzie or Lake Birrabeen.

Day 6:

Fraser Island Day 2

Day 7:

Agnes Water:

You can surf and kiteboard at Agnes Water Main Beach, a beach approximately 6 kilometres north of Queensland. The place has moderate waves that allow you to carry out your activities serenely. If you enjoy forest walks, you’ll be captivated by the Paperbark Forest Walk. This short walk in the middle of the rainforest is our favourite in Agnes Water.

Day 8

Drive  to Airlie Beach

Day 9:

Airlie Beach

Airlie Beach, a tropical climate town in the Whitsundays region, is a lively small town that offers tourists numerous options in terms of activities, accommodations, or dining venues. There are many shops, as well as pubs and cafes in Airlie Beach!

In the main street of Airlie Beach, don’t miss the lagoon facing the ocean. Free to access, it’s the ideal place for swimming and relaxing with a view of the water. Around it, there are also well-designed spaces for you to soak up the sun.

Day 10:

2 days 1 night sailing cruise in the Whitsunday Islands:

Sail on a superb sailboat! For 2 days and 1 night, discover all the beauty that the Whitsundays have to offer while enjoying sailing with a small group. Snorkel, sunbathe at Whitehaven Beach, admire the swirling sand of Hill Inlet Lookout, and sail at full speed on crystal-clear waters! By exploring fringing reefs, island hopping, and enjoying the Whitsundays sunset from the decks, you’ll never want to leave!

Day 11:

Day 2 of the 2 days 1 night sailing cruise in the Whitsunday Islands

Day 12:

Panoramic Flight over the Great Barrier Reef, Heart Reef, and Islands

Discover the Whitsundays from above with a super 60-minute panoramic flight over the Whitsunday Islands and the Great Barrier Reef, including Heart Reef, Whitehaven Beach, and Hill Inlet

Drive to Townsville

Day 13:

Magnetic Island:

8 kilometres from Townsville, Magnetic Island, only accessible by ferry, is renowned for its incredible fauna and flora. Indeed, these are well preserved on this island with an area of 52 square kilometres, the majority of which is covered by Magnetic Island National Park. It is within this park that the densest population of koalas is found. For wildlife lovers, you can meet and hand-feed rock wallabies, and numerous hikes will allow you to discover the island’s sublime bays.

Day 14:

Mission Beach

The small coastal town of Mission Beach is the perfect place to relax. It is renowned for its beautiful white sandy beaches, lush vegetation, and proximity to the Great Barrier Reef.

Mission Beach has a series of picturesque beaches stretching for about 14 kilometres along the coast. These beaches are lined with palm trees, offering an idyllic tropical setting. The warm, clear waters are perfect for swimming, snorkelling, and diving.

Skydiving is a must-do activity when you’re at Mission Beach. This jump is the highest in Australia, and the landing is on the beach after observing breathtaking landscapes!

Day 15:

Atherton Tablelands Waterfall Circuit:

In North Queensland, there is a 100-kilometre Waterfall Circuit that winds between the most beautiful waterfalls in the state towards Atherton Tablelands.

You can discover, among others, the most famous Millaa Millaa Falls, a splendid waterfall that seems to flourish in a small haven of peace, or the Josephine Falls. These falls consist of two parts. The upper part offers you a breathtaking view, and the second reveals natural slides resulting from erosion, and many others.

Day 16:

Cairns Region, Kuranda

In the middle of the rainforest, just 30 minutes from Cairns, Kuranda is an Aboriginal village. Located on the Barron River. Take advantage of the two main local markets to immerse yourself in the local culture. You can also stop by Kuranda Koala Gardens for a privileged encounter with Australian wildlife. For wildlife enthusiasts that can be found above our heads, Bird World takes you to meet many bird species.

The Skyrail Rainforest Cableway, a kind of cable car above the forest, allows you to observe the vegetation from the heights of your cabin with a glass floor.

Drop-off your Van: It’s time to return to your home on wheels.

Day 17:

Cairns :

In Cairns, we recommend going for a swim at the Cairns Esplanade Lagoon, this secure bathing area is surrounded by a promenade, the Esplanade Boardwalk, where you can observe the beauty of the coast. Facilities for children also line this friendly esplanade open daily.

Flora enthusiasts will be delighted to enjoy the Cairns Botanic Gardens, also known as Flecker’s Garden. The place is ideal for a walk amidst hundreds of plant species on the park’s paved paths.

The city also has its own aquarium, the Cairns Aquarium, where you can discover an impressive variety of fish during your visit.

The famous night market, Cairns Night Markets, will allow you to stock up on souvenirs and original handmade creations.

Day 18:

Fitzroy Island Day

Visit the Great Barrier Reef from Fitzroy Island departing from Cairns. Snorkel off the beaches or explore the rainforest on a day or half-day cruise. Hike in the rainforest, enjoy breathtaking lookouts, and sublime beaches.