Global Jamboree announces 2nd Dirty Girls 4×4 Weekend on Moreton Island

     
   
  Due to popular demand, Global Jamboree and Moreton Island Adventures have announced a 2nd Dirty Girls 4×4 Weekend  

After the 1st Dirty Girls 4×4 Weekend sold out the same day it was announced, Global Jamboree and Moreton Island Adventures have announced a 2nd Dirty Girls 4×4 Weekend – to be held on Moreton Island 2 – 3 November.

Just 70 minutes from Brisbane’s CBD, Moreton Island will play host to a second weekend of fun and 4-wheel driving for the 2nd Dirty Girls 4×4 Weekend. Moreton’s long beach tracks, stunning bush trails and expansive national park offer a fitting landscape for ladies in search of a pampering weekend away with friends staying at the recently opened Glampsites, while learning how to use a 4×4 off-road plus all Moreton has to offer in spring.

Global Jamboree’s Moreton Island Package is ideal for a girls getaway or ladies Christmas party and includes one night stay in the luxurious new Glampsites, a great food and beverage package, vehicle transfers and sand boarding at the Desert – a manicure, T-shirt and survival kit and a two-day guided tour and expert advice from Global Jamboree’s trained staff.

Hidden away amidst the Melaleucas at Castaways at Bulwer, the new Glampsites are the ideal accommodation for ladies who usually avoid traditional camping. Each tent is beautifully furnished with a queen size bed, private ensuite and verandah so there is no assembling, bug proofing or setting up required.  Everything guests require for their stay is provided, meaning no car loads of equipment. The Glampsites are half a heartbeat from the stunning beaches for which Moreton Island is famous, and provide a sanctuary for a girl’s weekend following each day of island activities. 

Ladies will unwind and catch up over the weekend as they sip champagne at ‘Champagne Rocks’ or around the evening bonfire, have a manicure and greet the sunrise with a morning yoga session before hitting the sand to learn about 4×4 off-road driving including how to stay on a formed track, how to reduce tyre pressure and maintain traction on inland tracks and soft sand, how to re-inflate tyres to resume speed on harder sand, develop an understanding of the tides and how to cross creeks flowing out on to the beach.

Source = Global Jamboree
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