Cape York - Telegraph Track, QLD. The journey follows the tracks formed by tough pioneers who built the overland Telegraph line in the 1880’s. It’s a very remote and rough track that should only be attempted by experienced 4WD enthusiasts with practical experience in winching and digging out stranded vehicles. The best plan is to travel in convoy with two or more vehicles for mutual support.
Photo by on assignment for Jost Brewer in the Cape York Peninsula, Australia. Our expedition has traveled the entire length of the Cape, and now reached the tip. Ben Clock stands right on the northernmost point of Australia.
Australia Experiences -15 off the beaten Path Destinations
Remote camping spots: Jardine River, Cape York. At the northern tip of Queensland lies the Cape York Peninsula, accessible by air, or road during the drier months of the year. It’s a hot and humid part of the world even in the cooler winter months but has some of the most dramatic and colourful scenery the state has to offer.