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It’s a funny stretch of coastline this one, it sits halfway between the sand islands of the south, and the coral islands of the north. It’s both and neither.
It’s a land that’s always shape shifting, with beaches and estuaries spitting up new sandbars with every tide, and it’s the most undervalued 4WDing zone in the country.
We recently embarked on a series of trips to the very heart of Central Queensland, from the clear creeks north of Yeppoon, to the salty trails of Gladstone, to the barra-rich Fitzroy, to Fraser Island, and inland to Carnarvon Gorge, where tropical rainfall makes the long journey south, eventually ending up in the Great Australian Bight.
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LOOK INSIDE THE MAG In this issue ... ISSUE 74 OUTBACK INNOVATORS Inventive, ingenious innovations that were developed right here in Australia. This issue celebrates how our 4WDing industry has...
LOOK INSIDE THE MAG In this issue ... ISSUE 72 THE BIG LAP They call it ‘Cosmonaut Syndrome’ – that come-down when you’ve experienced so much stimuli, that it becomes...
LOOK INSIDE THE MAG In this issue ... ISSUE 71 HIGH COUNTRY Welcome to the High County, a land as mysterious and dangerous as the original Yackandandah Yowie. This issue...
LOOK INSIDE THE MAG In this issue ... ISSUE 70 THIS IS CAPE YORK No other corner of the known world elicits the same respect, awe and fear as Cape...