We Did 8000km In 28 Days! + Chinchilla Bush Camping | The Last Leg Of Our Mini Lap Of Oz

This episode we travel from Charleville in Western Queensland 455km to Chinchilla, and camp at a fantastic bush camp on the lagoon. We are the home stretch now, having already travelled over 7500km on our Uluru road trip.

But first we stop through Roma and visit the Big Rig, a great tourist attraction with a sound and light night show that explores the history of the region. Then we are headed back to the Gold Coast to close off this epic road trip adventure to the Red Centre!

Our epic road trip from South East Queensland to the incredible Red Centre – Uluru and Kata Tjuta – the beating heart of Central Australia, is almost over! We’ve driven over 7500km across a 28 day period to complete this mini lap of Australia – a road trip we believe every Aussie should experience in their lifetime!

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