Aussie Road Crew breathes new life into camping holidays with the innovative idea of hosted self-drive, semi-catered tours featuring recording artists providing entertainment along the way. The tours take the campers to a new and exciting part of the country every two days, there we set up camp as a group and the fun begins.
Aussie Road Crew have selected some of the most beautiful, interesting and perfectly equipped campgrounds ready and waiting for memories to be made.
A cooked breakfast is waiting every morning – just bring your plate and cutlery! On each two-week trip, a number of gourmet meals are planned, the work is done for you, you just need to eat! From spit roasts to gourmet pizza nights, we believe sharing meals together are a wonderful way to bond the group. After our meal, we relax by the campfire with our favourite beverage and enjoy the songs and stories of one of many artists selected to join the tour.
Some bring tents, some bring huge recreational vehicles but no matter how you choose to camp, we are all treated to an unforgettable 2 weeks hosted by Beccy Cole and visited by many of her famous buddies. Our numbers are kept small to ensure an intimate experience and most concerts are limited to those booked for the tour only.
Our Queensland tour in May, 2017 takes us from the beautiful country of the McPherson Range and makes its way out to the spectacular red soil mulga country where we make our temporary home at a working sheep and cattle property. Wandilla Station is our host for the final 4 days of our trip and is also home to ‘Music In The Mulga’ where, along with Beccy, we will enjoy the music of Sara Storer, Pete Denahy, Simply Bushed and many more.
Until now, music holidays have been targeted to those traveling overseas and costs are high. Aussie Road Crew offer our own beautiful country and an abundance of musical talent, food and good times for a fraction of that cost, we pride ourselves on keeping our experiences affordable.
In 2017, Aussie Road Crew offer 2 week music and camping tours in Queensland, New South Wales and South Australia.