Adventure Way Discovery

duration: 8 days / 7 nights

Discover Australian stories, adventures and starry night constellations. This drive takes in part of the Adventure Way which stretches from Brisbane to Adelaide. You'll drive through some of Queensland's rich agricultural regions, see wonderful heritage sites and explore incredible outback landscapes.

Highlights

  • Mary Poppins House, Allora

    'Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious'.....see Mary Poppins' creator's childhood home at Allora

  • Glengallan Homestead

    Walk through time and re-live the Glengallan story from squattocracy to farmer settlement. Explore this 1867 sandstone mansion once described as "the finest house in the colony".

  • Woolshed at Jondaryan

    Take a self-guided walk around the oldest operating woolshed in the world

  • Cunnamulla Fella

    See the larger than life statue of the Cunnamulla Fella. This larrikin stockman was immortalised in a poem penned by Stan Coster and sung by another fella called Slim Dusty.

  • Eulo Mud Baths

    Take a side trip to the tiny township of Eulo. At the Artesian Mud Baths, soak in warm artesian water impregnated with clay, then pat on a milky grey mud pack and let your skin soak in the goodness from this mineral rich mud.

  • Meet the Bilby

    See the Bilby show in the Charleville Bilby Experience. Come and learn all about this endangered marsupial and the challenges our wildlife are facing and how we are fighting to save them.

  • Cattle Saleyards

    Join a free tour of the largest cattle saleyards in the Southern Hemisphere when in Roma.

  • Jimbour House

    Stroll through the beautiful formal gardens of this French classic sandstone homestead built in 1875.

  • Bushwalk in Bunya Mountains

    Enjoy weaving in and out of diverse grasslands, eucalypt forest, rainforest and vine scrubs along the 35km of walking tracks in Bunya Mountains.

  • Visit Crane Wines

    Indulge with a gourmet platter at Crane Wines, a rustic cellar door perched high on the Booie Range with breathtaking views east over the valley.