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Hervey Bay Accommodation: What To Do On The Way

19 Jun 2015

It is a 3 hour drive between Brisbane and Hervey Bay. This is ideal as it gives you enough time to enjoy the stops along the way. If you’re the type of person who likes to get off the mapped out path a bit, you will love everything Queensland has to offer in its in between spaces on your way to holiday accommodation.

Try Discovery Parks - Hervey Bay for a great escape, close to everything you will need in Hervey Bay.

Steve Irwin Way Glass Mountain

Give your eyes a break from the red dust and rocks that usually accompany outback travel. This beautiful mountain provides some of the nicest scenery Queensland has to offer. Photographers will relish the chance to stop and take pictures of the rolling hills and beautiful houses that decorate the area. As you make your way to the accommodation in Hervey Bay, you will feel a sense of calm wash over you.

The Big Pineapple

Australians love big attractions, and they don’t come much bigger than this. The Big Pineapple in Nambour is Queensland’s favourite heritage-listed attraction on the way to Hervey Bay from Brisbane. Find out about its long history and its significance to the Nambour region. This will provide a fascinating little detour on your way to the finest accommodation Hervey Bay has to offer.

Coolala Sand Blow

The Coolala Sand Blow in Gympie, another lovely little area on your way to your Hervey Bay accommodation in Queensland. It is a ten-minute walk to a beautiful vista overlooking a white sandblow. There are also places nearby where you can stop for lunch! This will get you pumped for all the great water based activities in Hervey Bay.

Book your stay at Discovery Parks - Hervey Bay and gain access to some of the wonders of Australia.

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