Queensland is a magnificent and diverse State and a popular 4WD destination. From the vast Outback to the spectacular coastline, the lush rainforest to the grassy plains - Queensland has a lot to offer 4WD enthusiasts. Below is a list of popular destinations in Queensland that are well worth a visit.
* A popular Queensland four wheel driving destination is Cape Palmerston National Park. Cape Palmerston offers some great 4WD tracks down the beach, nice camping spots, great fishing and amazing rocky headlands.
* Areas around Carnarvon Gorge National Park are hugely popular for four wheel driving. The area is home to an abundance of native wildlife including kookaburras and platypuses - an intriguing sight for people of all ages.
Carnarvon Gorge has a lot to offer it's visitors. From camping areas to bush walking tracks, rocky caves to 4WD trails. If you are visiting Queensland, Carnarvon Gorge is a must-see 4WD destination.
* Grab your family and friends together, gas up the 4WD and head to the Jimna and Conondale Forests. In this area you can camp amongst the forestry, swim in the creeks and take the 4WD for a spin in a number of forest tracks. This area is also rich with native wildlife and plant life.
* How about Fraser Island and Rainbow Beach for your next 4WD adventure. Visit the Great Sandy National Park where you can drive along the colourful coastline, stare in awe at the huge cliffs and camp just off the beach.
On Fraser Island there are kilometres of beach just waiting to be explored, numerous camping grounds, great walking tracks through the rainforest and some safe swimming spots for the family to enjoy.
* Take a trip with your family and of course the 4WD incorporating the area in and surrounding the Deepwater National Park. You will see stunning coastline, an abundance of forestry, cross the Deepwater Creek and camp at Wreck Rock.
* The area surrounding the Sundown National Park, Girraween National Park and Stanthorpe is rich with beautiful landscape and plant life.
Allowing visitors to experience waterholes, amazing waterfalls and steep gorges. The area offers visitors both thrilling 4WD adventures and tame, sight-seeing trails.
* The Border Ranges National Park incorporates Lamington Park to the north and offers wildlife in masses and trails that bush walkers and four wheel drivers alike have only dreamed about. Stay at a camping ground hidden high in the Tweed Range, cross some rocky streams and enjoy picnics overlooking the amazing views of the Lamington Plateau.