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Queensland Travel

If you were to travel to Queensland for your next holiday, you could rest assured that you had booked a vacation in Australia’s most popular tourism destination. There are so many places like Hamilton Island to visit and so many places of interest to see that your family holiday will be guaranteed to provide the most interesting and exciting experience of your life.

From north to south, Queensland has some of the country’s best tourist attractions which can be accessed by air, coach or Queensland rail travel services. The Queensland Islands have few rivals. In the Whitsunday’s you can enjoy a bare boat charter or stay at fantastic places like the Reef View Hotel on beautiful Hamilton Island. Hayman Island and Daydream Island both have magnificent resorts located in the heart of the Whitsunday islands, while Long Island and Brampton Island have been family favorites for decades. All can be easily accessed from the coastal town of Airlie Beach or by air from Hamilton Island airport and while you are there you can enjoy all that is great about Hamilton Island accommodation. Along the Great Barrier Reef are many island destinations that provide fantastic resort diving experiences. Lady Elliot Island, Heron Island and Green Island are all located on coral atolls on the reef itself while Lizard Island, Dunk Island, Bedarra Island, Fitzroy Island and Orpheus Island have a reputation for catering to the luxury end of the Queensland travel and accommodation market. Magnetic Island, off Townsville, provides a popular family holiday destination.

Queensland Holidays

Queensland holidays have long been a major travel drawcard. The Gold Coast is one of Australia’s favorites. This is the place to find theme parks like Dreamworld, Seaworld, Movieworld and the Wet ‘n’ Wild water park. Surfing beaches stretch for miles through beachside resort towns like Southport, Main Beach, Surfers Paradise, Broadbeach, Burleigh Heads and Coolangatta. The surrounding, Gold Coast hinterland, provides a backdrop of panoramic views, rainforests, waterfalls and prolific wildlife. Accommodation on the Gold Coast is world famous with thousands of high rise apartments available to book for your holiday accommodation. Queensland’s capital city of Brisbane is just north of the Gold Coast and only an hour’s drive from the magnificent Sunshine Coast. This region, once again, is home to some wonderful surfing beaches and is blessed with superb Sunshine Coast accommodation and magnificent hinterland region. The best beaches have become the favorite holiday destinations and beaches like Caloundra, Mooloolaba, Maroochydore, Coolum, Noosa and Rainbow Beach are now surrounded by thriving tourist towns with plenty of local holiday accommodation.

Queensland Tourism

The central and north Queensland tourism regions are also among Australia’s most popular travel and holiday destinations. The Fraser Island and Hervey Bay regions contain world heritage listed eco tourism destinations along with the best whale watching in the world. The Discovery Coast from Bargara and Bundaberg to Rockhampton and contains magnificent holiday destinations like 1770 and Yeppoon. Far north Queensland has the reputation for providing the best in tropical travel and holidays in Australia. Here is the Daintree rainforest and the most popular tours and cruises and scuba diving expeditions to the Great Barrier Reef. The city of Cairns is known around the world, while the surrounding towns of Port Douglas, Mission Beach, and Palm Cove are all fantastic Queensland travel and holiday destinations in their own right. The Cairns Beaches stretch of coastline lies between Cairns and Port Douglas and provides a tropical, Riviera like holiday coastline.

If you are ready to plan and book your next Queensland holiday, come and enjoy all that Queensland travel has to offer and excite you.







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