So, where can the brand-new 2019 Sunrise Bahamas take you?
Prepare to travel wherever the wind takes you with the semi-off-road 2019 Sunrise Bahamas. Explore Queensland’s more remote national parks, beautiful beaches and adventurous family destinations all from the cosy seat of this epic luxury caravan. Here are just a couple of our top picks!
1. Vincent ‘Bushy’ Parker Park
Looking for easy access? Located in town, ‘Bushy’ could be the perfect option if you want to get the feel for your new Sunrise Bahamas without going off-road. You’ll be able to pick up good television and mobile reception and start up your generator to remain self-contained. Once you’re settled in you can explore the Jourama Falls in the Paluma Range National Park, or enjoy a rejuvenating rainforest walk along Balgal Beach. You’re also perfectly placed to catch the ferry over to the beautiful and secluded Magnetic Island.
2. Redbank Park Jericho
Located on the banks of the Jordan River, the access roads to Redbank Park can be slippery. But this won’t be a problem for the Sunrise Bahamas thanks to its 16-inch tyres, great ground clearance and coil off-road suspension! Redbank Park is at the edge of town near the local school, whose committee put on pancakes and billy tea on Sunday mornings. What better way to feel at one with the local community? There are also self-drive 4×4 tours and a gorge to explore. The large billabong is ideal for fishing, swimming and observing the wildlife.
Start living the dream with the Sunrise Bahamas!
Ready to embark on the caravanning cruise of a lifetime? Check out the brand-new Sunrise Bahamas at Sunrise Caravans. We can’t wait to show off just what this luxury caravan can do so that you’ll always feel at home wherever the open road takes you.