Check into Australia’s Sunshine State, a holiday haven of white beaches, crystal-clear waters and laidback Aussie vibes. Tropical rainforests meet the world’s greatest reef in an underwater explosion of iridescent coral and remarkable creatures – the world below the water’s even more spectacular than the island retreats that dot this Queensland coastline. Set your watch to the slow, steady pace of island living, tap your inner adventurer and ascend to the treetops or rub shoulders with the beautiful people in Brizzie – whatever your holiday desire, Queensland ticks every box and more.


  • Brisbane

    Brisbane City

    With a population of over one million people, Brisbane is the capital city of the state of Queensland. Brisbane has a tropical climate and was the host city for World Expo in 1988.

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  • Cairns

    Cape Tribulation, Cairns

    Lush tropical Cairns is the ‘capital’ of the tropical north and has something for everyone. The Cairns coastal and regional areas have their own unique beauty and draw visitors to Cairns all year round. Perhaps shop at the Pier or relax in one of the many cafés. It has also the perfect base for exploring both the Great Barrier Reef and delightful Kuranda Region.

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  • Great Barrier Reef

    Great Barrier Reef Fish

    Spanning more than 2000km along the north eastern coast of Australia, the Great Barrier Reef is where you can enjoy the immense beauty, colour and richness of a truly natural underwater wonder. It is not a continuous barrier, but a broken maze of coral reefs and coral cays. The Reef is home to many diverse species of marine life including 1,500 species of fish, 400 types of coral and 1,500 types of mollusc. It can be explored on daily cruises, by seaplane, air charters and on special helicopter flights.

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  • Kuranda

    Kuranda Tjapukai Cultural Experiences

    The railway line from Cairns climbs through 15 tunnels and superb scenery to Kuranda at the top of the Macalister Range, 34km from Cairns. Kuranda’s picture postcard railway station, decked out in tropical flowers and ferns is justly famous. Other attractions of this quaint village on the edge of the Atherton Tableland include the colourful morning markets with produce, coral arts and crafts.

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  • Lamington National Park

    Lamington National Park

    Renowned for its natural beauty, vibrant birdlife and ancient trees, this park was recognised on the World Heritage List and the Australian National Heritage List in acknowledgment of its high biodiversity and evolution of Australia’s modern day flora. Regarded as one of Queensland’s most loved parks, the 200 square kilometre park’s landscape is characterised by mountain scenery, subtropical rainforests, waterfalls and some of Queensland’s best bushwalking trails.

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