One long track. Thousands of possibilities

North Queensland has its own unique charm. It's a feeling in the air that makes it different to anywhere else in Australia.

And whether you want to go hiking through rainforests and connect with nature, climb mountains, dive along the world's most magnificent coral reef, swim and surf at secluded beaches, or just enjoy a good 4WD adventure, there's one track that's got it all. The Bloomfield track.

Start at Cairns, Australia's unofficial tropical capital. Then follow the line of the Great Barrier Reef north to Port Douglas, where luxury resorts are flanked by the Coral Sea on one side, and tropical rainforests on the other.

Then, drive past sugar cane fields to reach the pleasant town of Mossman, before heading towards Mossman Gorge, located at the southern end of the awe-inspiring Daintree National Park.

Passing through the Daintree rainforests, you arrive at Cape Tribulation, where you'll find secluded beaches and camping sites - the perfect spot for a quiet and private getaway.

Then it's on to Cooktown - the landing site of intrepid explorer James Cook, and the gateway to the vast mysterious wilderness of Cape York.

Bloomfield Coast to Coast  |  Country Lovers Way  |  Explorers Highway  |  Great Ocean Road  |  Naturaliste Leeuwin  |  Pacific Coast |  Savannah Way  |  Sydney South Coast  |  Sydney to Melbourne