Come with us on a 15-day adventure to the magnificent Cape York Peninsula region — Queensland’s last wild frontier and a trip like no other.
Cape York is Australia’s most northern tip, stretching 1,000 km north of Cairns on a peninsula that’s almost the size of the UK.
On this tour we head north from Port Douglas, staying at the iconic Lions Den Hotel for a night before heading to captivating Cooktown. We’ll set up camp by the ocean among beautiful tropical trees, then up through Lakefield National Park, and explore a working station and camp under the stars.
We’ll head up onto the Old Telegraph Line and undertake sections of the track which will not damage your car, but still excite the four wheel driver within!
Along the track, we visit some absolutely stunning waterfalls such as Twin Falls, Eliott falls and Fruit Bat Falls, with the chance to freshen up and relax in the beautiful pools below.
At the Tip we have the time to look around, with 4 nights camping at the beautiful Punsand bay. From here, why not take the ferry and explore Thursday Island, or take a chopper flight straight off the beach? We will show you the history of the tip, visiting WW2 sites, and remote tracks, and of course, no trip to the Tip is complete without that photograph!
On our return down the Cape we head to the iconic Bramwell Station where we camp for another great night under the stars with great food and entertainment here also. For the next couple of days, we continue south, visiting the old gold mining town of Maytown and then back into Port Douglas.
And why not have a bit of comfort? We can offer you eight of the fourteen nights in a bed with seven of these also with ensuites.
This spectacular part of the world is a bucket list destination for all serious 4WD enthusiasts.
Call Adam any time to talk through the two options on this bucket list trip of a lifetime.