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Destinations

Since 2012 Palmer’s have been providing authentic, luxury and all inclusive coach touring experiences through central Queensland and beyond. Our aim is to provide itineraries that allow our guests to get off the beaten track and discover the real remote country and outback destinations and experiences.

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Stanthorpe

Take an easy 200 km scenic drive from Brisbane to discover the beauty of Stanthorpe, located in the midst of tranquil farming land in Queensland’s spectacular Granite Belt.

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Quilpie

In the heart of opal country, you can do as much or as little as you want in Quilpie.

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Eulo

Go fossicking for the Yowah Nut, an opal unique to this region. Relax in the hot artesian waters or lather on the mineral-rich mud for a truly outback-style pampering.

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Cunnamulla

True Outback Hospitality. Located 800 km west of Brisbane, Cunnamulla lies at the intersection of two major stock routes - The Matilda Way and Adventure Way.

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Miles

The Miles Historical Village is a must see for all travellers to the region. Walk into yesteryear as you wander through this village with its authentic and replica buildings. Imagine what life was like as you peek into our past.

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Charleville

Charleville was established in 1865 and named after the town of Charleville in County Cork, Ireland. The town became a bustling hub to service the pastoralists of the region and has played an important part in Australian transport history since.

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Roma

Roma offers a taste of all the best the country life has to offer. From the beautiful heritage listed buildings located in town, to genuine outback hospitality, to wandering the 14 hectare Roma Bush Gardens.

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Gold Coast

The tag line “Beautiful One Day - Perfect the Next” perfectly describes the Gold Coast. Averaging over 300 sunny days every year, it is hard to find a bad time to visit.

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St George

With a rich history, river cruises, world-class fishing and a variety of cafes and restaurants dotting the wide, tree-lined streets, there is something for everyone in this Bush Oasis.

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Brisbane

This river-centric city is more relaxed and laid back than most capitals, with a wide selection of activities and events to choose from. Major sporting events, entertainment and plenty of green space to while away the hours.

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Sunshine Coast

The Sunshine Coast offers sunny beaches, a rich history and an array of fresh, local produce. Take the time to explore the small villages and hamlets dotted around the region, you won’t be disappointed!

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Charlotte Plains

If you love the outdoors, Charlotte Plains has something for everyone at every time of the year. Cozy up by the campfire during winter, or explore all the property has to offer in summer.

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Wariwck

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Toowoomba

Toowoomba is Queensland’s largest inland city, and Australia’s second largest behind Canberra. Defying a nationwide trend in rural areas, Toowoomba continues to grow and flourish.

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Eromanga

Eromanga is home to a world-class museum facility, which showcases the spectacular paleontological finds of the region. The display of bones and fossils unearthed on properties around the area is second to none.

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Girraween National Park

Girraween is an Aboriginal word meaning “place of flowers”, and you will see why as the granite landscape transforms with colour.

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Moreton Island - Tangalooma

The Gem of South East Queensland. Take a 75 minute ferry ride across Moreton Bay from Brisbane to discover the third largest sand island in the word - Moreton Island.

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Mount Tamborine

Sample the delights in Mount Tamborine’s collection of wineries, distilleries and breweries. Admire the creativity of local artists in one of the multitude of galleries and studios.

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Noosa

Shop like a local at the Original Eumundi Markets. Discover wineries, cheese makers and funky little tea rooms while driving through the Noosa Hinterland. Live it up or people watch on Hastings Street. Noosa’s stylish hub boasts unique fashion, jewellery and art.

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Lightning Ridge

It is said the name Lightning Ridge was given to the area in 1870 when bodies of a man, his dog and sheep were discovered on the ridge. It was thought they met their unexpected ending at the end of a lightning bolt.

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Bunya Mountains

Bunya Mountains National Park is Queensland’s second oldest park, established in 1908. The for-ests were once an important logging site, with the timber chutes still visible in parts of the park.

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Carnarvon Gorge

The Heart of Beauty. The wind, water and weather have been carving this spectacular gorge for millions of years. The gorge was gazetted as a National Park by the Queensland Government in 1932.

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Chinchilla

Australia’s Melon Capital - With beautiful bush walks, fishing and camping available at your fingertips, there is much to do in this buoyant little town.

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