Brisbane <> Hervey Bay
There is so much to see and do on the way from Brisbane to Hervey Bay. The Sunshine Coast spans from Caloundra to Noosa and offers a relaxed beach lifestyle, markets and attractions like Australia Zoo all making it a great place to stop.
Moving further north, lesser-known towns like Gympie and Maryborough are rich in heritage while Tin Can Bay is an excellent spot for camping feeding wild Dolphins.
Highlights of the Brisbane to Hervey Bay trip
- Visit Southbank, a bustling precinct along the Brisbane River with swimming lagoons, cafes, shops, restaurants, cultural centres and more. All this overlooking a magnificent city backdrop.
- Spend a day at Australia Zoo; known the world over as the Croc Hunters home, you can really get up close with the animals.
- Take a stroll along Hastings Street in Noosa, a hot spot for cafes and alfresco dining and designer shopping.
- Spend the night in Tin Can Bay and feed the wild Dolphins.
- While in Hervey Bay, a visit to Fraser Island is a must. World heritage listed for its unique eco-system, you can swim in freshwater lakes and 4WD along the sandy highway.
Bus stop locations
Brisbane Transit Centre
Level 3, Roma St, Brisbane
HERVEY BAY - PIALBA
Hervey Bay Transit Centre
Stockland Shopping Centre
Central Avenue, Pialba
HERVEY BAY – TORQUAY
Corner of Freshwater and Bideford Sts, Torquay
Opposite Palace Hostel