Southern Cross 4WD Tours have a distinct Australian theme and considerable care is taken to select the most interesting and exciting destinations for your enjoyment.
Tucked away in the Aussie bush beside a crystal clear creek is the unique lunch venue “Quamby” (Aboriginal meaning – resting-place). The surrounding 300 acres through which Canungra Creek flows is home to both native and farm animals.
On the hillside pastures cattle, wallabies and kangaroos graze contentedly side by side.
Lunchtime entertainment includes a whip cracking demonstration and boomerang throwing. Everyone is encouraged to participate, often with hilarious results. Didgeridoo playing also provides some entertaining moments, especially for beginners. On a hot summer’s day, the nearby cool waters and rock pools provide the opportunity for a refreshing swim, so it is recommended that guests bring their swimsuits.
Window to the Wilderness Tour
From your holiday paradise, travel beyond the beaches to NATURE’S PARADISE – the WORLD HERITAGE LISTED RAINFORESTS of Lamington National Park & Tamborine Mountain.
Sweeping views, CASCADING WATERFALLS, and some awesome four wheel driving make this an exciting and unforgettable day.
Outback Tracks Tour
Just a stones throw away from the Gold Coast, the quiet pleasures of magnificent Mountain Rainforest await you.
Learn about BUSH TUCKER and local flora and fauna on a guided bush walk through this unspoilt area.
Get in, sit down and relax while we take you on a tour “out the back” of the Gold Coast. .
Window to the Wildernes
Prices Subject To Change
All tours include Morning Tea/Afternoon Tea (Fresh home made scones, jams & cream or a multi award winning Aussie meat pie).
Lunch is a choice of home cooked Marinated Steak, Seasoned Chicken, Grilled Fish or Vegetarian Patties with Buffet Salads, finished off with Fresh Fruit.
Window to the Wilderness
Departs: from Gold Coast at 8:00am
Returns: to Gold Coast at 5:00pm – 5:30pm
Departs: from Gold Coast at 8am & 1pm
Returns: to Gold Coast at 12:30pm & 5:30pm
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