Southern Moreton Bay Tourist Drive

Brown sign for Southern Moreton Bay Tourist Drive, Length 78km, follow tourist drive symbol of dugong

Moreton Bay stretches over 65 kilometres, reaching north of Brisbane and southern extremities of Brisbane area. The bay is enclosed by three of the four largest sand islands in the world, Moreton Island, North Stradbroke Island, and Bribie Island. On the mainland, there are two tourist drives showcasing the shorelines of Moreton Bay, one on … Read more

Fraser Coast Tourist Drive 12

Brown sign for the start of the Fraser Coast Tourist Drive 12, 105km

Fraser Coast Tourist Drive 12 is a 95-kilometre drive, starting from the Maryborough exit heading north on the Bruce Highway. The tourist drive follows through Maryborough before heading north to Hervey Bay. From Hervey Bay, the drive heads west towards Toogoom before heading back towards the Bruce Highway to finish in the township of Howard. … Read more

Bauple Tourist Drive 6

Bauple Tourist Drive, Turn Left 1km, Tourist Drive 6

The Bauple Tourist Drive is an alternative to following the Bruce Highway between Tiaro and Gunalda. Using larger towns as a reference, it is between Maryborough and Gympie. The tourist drive is quite short, about 11 kilometres instead of around 9 kilometres if you stay on the Bruce Highway. Start of Bauple Tourist Drive 6 … Read more

Cobb & Co Tourist Drive

Brown sign for Cobb & Co Tourist Drive, with the wagon wheel symbol for the tourist route

The Cobb & Co Tourist Drive follows the railway line and the original Cobb & Co route between Ipswich and Toowoomba, covering a distance of about 130 kilometres. The first mail route was awarded to Cobb & Co in Queensland in 1866 from Brisbane to Ipswich. Passengers and mail continuing west used Queensland’s first main … Read more

Rockingham Coastal Drive

Brown sign for Rockingham Coastal Drive, Tourist Route 202, Western Australia

Rockingham Coastal Drive is in Western Australia as Tourist Drive 202. It is a 20km scenic drive along the Rockingham coast, about 40kms south of Perth. The drive starts on Kwinana Beach Road, after turning off Patterson Road. Turn left towards Kwinana Beach shortly afterwards. Go all the way to the end to reach Wells … Read more

Emma Withnell Heritage Trail

Emma Withnell Historical Trail sign and Cossack sign

The Emma Withnell Heritage Trail is in Western Australia. The trail is not an official tourist drive but is a 52km driving trail to a number of points of interest for tourists. The trail is named after Emma Mary Withnell who is known as the ‘Mother of the North-West’ and the ‘first lady of the … Read more