Head off on a 4WD and get Valentine’s Day getaways in South East Queensland. Stay in a luxury glamping tent in a rainforest or beachfront setting, with sunset views overlooking crystal clear waters.
Discover South East Queensland’s most beautiful and romantic destinations.
A favourite for weekend getaways and day trips, North Stradbroke Island has it all. With its pristine beaches, stunning walking tracks, 4WD tracks to freshwater lagoons and rocky headlands, North Stradbroke Island is a favourite SEQ destination.
For the ultimate in relaxation, romance and luxury, stay at Adder Rock or Amity Point at North Stradbroke Island. Enjoy the untouched beauty of one of the world’s largest sand islands. If you prefer to create your own glamping experience, North Stradbroke Island has beachfront camping sites. Hire a bell tent and 4WD and discover the beauty of one of the world’s largest sand islands.
Sip a glass of champagne as you watch the magnificent sunset from a luxury beachfront campsite. Head to Amity Point or Cylinder Beach and watch the sunset over the bay. If you are lucky, you may see dolphins playing next to Amity Point jetty.
North Stradbroke Island has an abundance of 4WD bush tracks and kilometres of sandy beaches you can drive on. To find out everything you need to know about 4×4 driving on Straddie click here. Our comprehensive guide shows you how to get there, the permits you need, where to stay and what to bring.
For the ultimate Queensland beach adventure, hire a 4WD from FleetCrew. Our reliable and late model Toyota vehicles come with unlimited kilometres, and you can drive our hire vehicles on the white sands of North Stradbroke Island.
Moreton Island is a 37km long sand island that is only a short ferry ride from Brisbane. With over 95% National Park, it has a rich abundance of wildlife, freshwater lakes, dunes and marine life.
Glamping is available at Bulwer Beach, which has a safe, sheltered beach and shipwrecks within 150m of the campsite. A 4WD gives you the freedom to explore the attractions on the island including snorkelling, lighthouse visits, blue lagoon and sand tobogganing.
The best place to view a magnificent sunset is from the western beaches. See the silhouettes of the Tangalooma or Bulwer wrecks. At Comboyuru Point and the northern end of the island, you will be able to sight the magnificent Glass House Mountains. Feeling a little more adventurous? Climb the Big Sandhills for the ultimate view.
There’s so much to experience on Moreton Island, and a 4WD is a must. Travel through the unspoilt rainforest, visit the lighthouse and see a 360-degree view of the coast. Head to Blue Lagoon, the largest lake on the island, and take a dip in the tea tree infused waters.
What could be more romantic than glamping in luxury eco-tents in the midst of sub-tropical, ancient rainforest? Main Range National Park is a World Heritage Listed Site (Gondwana Rainforest of Australia) which features lush green mountains, rainforest walks, waterfalls and stunning lookouts.
Glamping is available at Goomburra Valley, on the border of the Great Dividing Range and the World Heritage listed Main Range National Park. This romantic rainforest getaway offers you seclusion and privacy, with luxuries such as a spa bath and log fires.
There are numerous walking tracks in Main Range National Park, offering you picturesque spots to see a romantic sunset. Sylvesters lookout has a magnificent view of Lake Moogerah, border ranges and coastal plains. Head to Queen Mary Falls, for a romantic Valentine’s Day picnic.
The perfect way to see the scenic beauty of the ranges is to explore the numerous tracks by 4WD. The 4WD tracks in Main Range are easy and suitable for beginners.
Although this area is a little north of South East Queensland, we had to include it. Agnes Waters and 1770 are famous for their -`sunsets, laid-back vibe and rolling beach waves.
As the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef, Agnes Water and The Town of 1770 is a stone’s throw from tropical islands and pristine coral reefs. The appeal of this region is that it also offers the most northerly surf beach on the Queensland coast.
Glamp at Agnes Water, near the Town of 1770. Glamorous and tranquil, it offers you beachfront accommodation.
Being one of the only spots on the east coast of Australia to enjoy a sunset over the ocean, this is an ideal location for viewing a romantic sunset. Pack a picnic, explore the headland and relax while you watch the magnificent sunset over Bustard Bay. This is one of the east coast’s prettiest spots and the perfect place to spend this Valentine’s Day.
Hire a 4WD in Brisbane and head up to the Bundaberg region. There’s plenty to see on the way, including K’gari (Fraser Island) and Cooloola National Park. Deepwater National Park, at Agnes Waters, features easy 4WD tracks, with spectacular ocean views. Lillies beach, in the Gladstone region, is a popular spot for 4×4 driving on the beach and one of the few sand options in the region.
Getaway, this Valentine’s Day, in the Great South East. Discover ultimate freedom by hiring a 4WD in Brisbane and exploring the best destinations in the region. Have a romantic sunset picnic at a secluded beach, explore ancient Gondwana rainforests or unwind and enjoy uninterrupted views of the stunning SEQ coastline. From lush green rainforest to crystal clear waters and white sand, this region has it all. Book your 4WD hire in Brisbane today to create a memorable Valentine’s Day.
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