Explore the St George region with our self drive tours
Something for all the family from national parks to riverside walks, bird watching to heritage tours.
Welcome to the ultimate inland fishing spot in Queensland! The St. George Region is like no other destination you've ever experienced. Every little town sits right on a waterway, including two major rivers: Codamine and Maranoa. Both rivers flow into Beardmore Dam, and the water is then channelled into the Balonne River, which joins the Darling River, making us proud members of the Murray Darling Basin. Our rivers are a fisherman's paradise, famous for freshwater fishing. You'll have the opportunity to catch the biggest Murray Cod, Yellowbelly, and Blue Claw Yabby you've ever seen. The best part? No fancy license is necessary to start reeling in the "Catch of the Day"! So grab your gear, pack your bags, and join us for the ultimate fishing adventure!
Take a trip down memory lane, all at your own pace with the St George Heritage Trail. This self-drive trail has 20 points of interest that will have you exploring St George’s important historical sites within the town area.
The St George Region is rich in history especially being a main thoroughfare for the Cobb & Co mail coaches. It is because of this that the ever-growing number of public houses, fondly known as shanties, were dotted all over the shire.
Itinerary - 5 Days
This 5-day journey across the St George Region will have you exploring this country oasis by experiencing historic pubs, national parks, and local history and culture. Spot wildlife, learn from local producers and unwind under shady trees on the banks of creeks and rivers.
Itinerary - 3 Days - 158km
This 3-day journey across the St George Region will have you exploring this outback country oasis by experiencing historic pubs, inland fishing, local characters and spotting wildlife.
Itinerary - 4 Days - 365 Km
This 4-day journey beginning in St George will have you exploring this country oasis. Experience our best pubs, local fishing hot spots and rural history before finishing in Bollon — ready to continue your journey west along the Adventure Way.