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Queensland is the second largest state in Australia. It is situated at the north-east of the continent and bordered by the Coral Sea and the Pacific Ocean. Because of its tropical weather, beautiful beaches and long sunlight hours, Queensland is also known as the “Sunshine State”, attracting thousands of visitors each year.


At a Glance

Queensland is home to numerous fantastic attractions and World Heritage sites ranging from mountain tops to oceans deep. The Great Barrier Reef, a dazzling natural wonder of the world, calls Queensland its home. Many consider the Great Barrier Reef a paradise for snorkelers and divers that desire to explore the breathtaking colourful coral reef and diverse marine life. The Gold Coast is one of the most spectacular beach in Australia, featuring high-rise buildings and resorts right next to the sandy beach and great Pacific Ocean. The great waves, glittering sand and illustrious sunlight here has attracted surfers from all around the world. Furthermore, the first-rate resorts, hotels and casinos here can provide visitors with unparalleled level of nightlife.

Mainly fueled by tourism, Queensland has intensive networks of transportation infrastructures. Visitors can take a scenic train ride while exploring the tropical rainforests and take a ferry across the stunning blue waters to visit beautiful islands. There are eleven distinct tourist regions in Queensland with distinct attractions and very friendly people, featuring tropical rainforests, modern cities, amazing beaches and wonderful reefs.

 

Brisbane

Brisbane


The greater Brisbane region encompasses a vast variety of locations: vibrant urban hubs, scenic islands, lush rainforests, stunning mountain ranges, sunny beaches and clear blue lakes. The crown jewel of the region is Brisbane, the capital city of Queensland, home to more than 3 million people.

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Bundaberg North Burnett

Bundaberg North Burnett


Just a few hours drive up from Brisbane lies the Bundaberg region, where charming country atmosphere meets refreshing coastal winds. Bundaberg North Burnett is best known for being a hotspot to view turtles coming ashore to lay eggs. This region is also rich in fertile soil, flowing rivers and the blue sea, providing endless and varied sources of produce.

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Capricorn Region

Capricorn Region


The Capricorn region is named so because it lies under the Tropic of Capricorn. This region provides unique experiences for visitor as it combines the beautiful coastlines of the sunshine state with a Wild West twist. Capricorn provides encapsulating natural attractions from lush green fields, smooth limestone caves to the vast blue ocean.

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Fraser Coast

Fraser Coast


The Fraser Coast region lies between the Bundaberg North Burnett and Sunshine coast region. It is one of the leading nature based destination in Australia, featuring pristine beaches, beautiful national parks and rich wildlife. In this one single place you can sail into the wide ocean and view spectacular humpback whales playing in the wild, explore colorful sand dunes and magnificent lakes.

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Gladstone Region

Gladstone Region


The Gladstone Region is near the heart of the Southern Great Barrier Reef, home to numerous charming islands. Here you can admire the colorful reefs arranged artistically by nature, go for a refreshing swim at the ocean, enjoy the scenic view from the islands and look into the beautiful sunset during a romantic evening walk along the sandy beach.

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Gold Coast

Gold Coast


The Gold Coast is the largest non-capital city and the second-largest city of Queensland. The star attraction of the Gold Coast is its beaches, the Gold Coast region grew significantly after the establishment of the Surfers Paradise hotel. The Gold Coast has 57 kilometres of sandy beaches for you to choose from. It is a hotspot for surfing; furthermore, the Gold Coast has some of the world’s greatest surfers waiting to teach you to ride. Just enjoy in Surfers Paradise!

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Mackay Region

Mackay Region


The Mackay Region boast the largest Australia South Sea Islander population. The region is also one of the faster growing region in Queensland. The region has 31 beautiful beaches, a picturesque blue river and a pristine rainforest hinterland. It is a good place for people who are looking for a destination that brings nature to life.

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Outback Queensland

Outback Queensland


If you like to explore precious stones, fossils, waterholes and Aboriginal art in abundance, the Outback Queensland is a great place to go. You can sleep under star-studded skies, bond with a bushman over a beer, dig for million-years-old dinosaur fossils and watch camels race against the clock.

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Southern Queensland Country

Southern Queensland Country


Just 90 minutes’ drive up from Brisbane lies the Southern Queensland Country, where the hustle of the city is contrasted with lush green hills, award-winning wineries and beautiful farm towns. You can enjoy the fresh local produce and spend time with some of the friendliest locals around.

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Sunshine Coast

Sunshine Coast


The Sunshine Coast is the peri-urban area of Queensland. It is the perfect place for an action-packed holiday with vast beaches and many natural treasures of the surrounding hinterland. And don’t miss a chance to explore a thriving food scene at Noosa! Stretching from the coastal city of Caloundra in the south to Noosa and the rainbow sands of the Cooloola Coast in the north, The Sunshine Coast has endless beaches, lush rainforests and spectacular views. It is a place where you will feel the laid-back atmosphere.

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Townsville North Queensland

Townsville North Queensland


Townsville North Queensland is in the dry tropics region of Queensland, adjacent to the central section of the Great Barrier Reef, with an average of 320 days of sunshine for each year. Furthermore, Townsville is the largest urban centre north of the Sunshine Coast and the largest garrison town in the area housing Australian Defence Force bases and fascinating military history.

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Tropical North Queensland

Tropical North Queensland


Tropical North Queensland is the northern part of Queensland, where the rainforest meets the reef. It is one of the most naturally diverse places in the world. Highlights include two World Heritage sites, the largest reef system in the world and the famous ancient rainforest.

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Whitsundays

Whitsundays


The Whitsunday mainland is the ‘stepping-off’ point for 74 Whitsunday Islands, mostly uninhabited. It has one of the most spectacular natural landscapes in Australia.

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