Queensland is home to most of Australia’s most popular holiday resorts. The fantastic climate, especially during the southern winter, sees thousands of frozen southerners coming to Queensland to thaw out in the warm winter sun. One of their most popular destinations are the island resorts of Queensland’s Whitsundays region in the centre of the state. The 74 islands of the Whitsunday Passage, make up a holiday destination that is without equal and here you will find some of Australia’s finest island resorts as well as some of the best luxury accommodation in the country.
All of these have something different to offer and when it comes to the luxury end of the market, places like Peppers Palm Bay resort on Long Island, Qualia resort, the Hamilton Island yacht club Villas, the Beach Club Resort and the Reef View Hotel, all situated on Hamilton Island, mean that you will be able to holiday in an absolutely luxurious resort if you choose one of these. Further to the north, there are two small resorts that cater to the upper end of the market and also restrict numbers of guests. If you are looking for a totally private hideaway in an island resort then study our pages for both Orpheus Island resort or Bedarra Island resort. In far north Queensland, the diver in you will want to visit Lizard island resort or Green Island resorts and if you are a family man, you could not go past beautiful Dunk Island resort.
The Queensland mainland is also well covered when holiday resorts are being discussed. Port Douglas has many including the Sea Temple resort. A golfer will also love a holiday here with great courses at the Sheraton Mirage or the Sea Temple. Just to the south is Palm Cove and it also has many great resorts. The Sebel Beach Club and Spa, Sea Temple Palm Cove and Kewarra Beach Resort & Spa are just a few you can choose from. Cairns, once again is a resort city with a multitude of choices around the esplanade and marina regions.
In the south of the state, both the Sunshine Coast and the Gold Coast are famous for their beachfront resorts. Both have sensational surfing beaches that are lined with rows of high rise apartment style resorts. Whichever region takes your fancy for a Queensland holiday, you can be sure that you will be able to find a fantastic resort to stay in.
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