Wondering how best to enjoy all the major tourist destinations on offer in Australia’s most journeyed state?
Most travellers who grace the shores of Queensland are drawn by the world-famous Great Barrier Reef, the Whitsunday group of islands, the city of Cairns (a gateway to the Reef and prime spot for diving, snorkelling and sailing), and the Gold Coast which is home to the illustrious theme parks. There are also the Pacific Ocean and Coral Sea coastlines to savour, although anyone wishing to make their way inland will find the great Outback majestically waiting to whisk them into the vastness of this large country.
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Other popular go-to spots in Queensland include Mt. Isa, Winston and Longreach, a buoyant hub in winter for locals and visitors alike that’s said to be a way of life, not just a region.
Coach and rail tours come in a wide range of options to suit everyone’s needs.
Obviously, it would be unrealistic to think you can cover all the attractions. The trick is to work out a list of the places that interest you, and with the help of our eager-to-assist consultants, what you end up with is an informed, comprehensive itinerary.
Queensland Travel boasts a number of prominent and highly respected touring companies in its ranks. With respect to the diversity of tour offerings, AAT Kings, Adventure Tours and Grey Line Tours are the three most important. All three ply routes not just in Queensland, but across the country as a whole; which should be convenient especially for anyone looking to embark on an interstate tour.
We also work in conjunction with a slew of smaller companies distributed across Australia which come in handy particularly when talking specialised tours.
If you have reservations finding something that satisfies you, feel free to make enquiries with us. We are always happy to help travellers tour the state (and country in general) in the most ideal way that’s sure to surpass even their expectations.
With decades of experience preparing and booking tour itineraries, few are better placed (and equipped) to organise such a successful holiday as QLD Travel. We go the lengths to ensure you experience a holiday whose memories will last a lifetime.
If you are lucky enough to be in Queensland during the Winter months of July and November, take the opportunity to visit the official Whale Heritage Site of Hervey Bay for a once in a
Would you like to get off the highway and take the less travelled trail? Countless do-it-yourself experiences await you in Queensland, whether you own a 4WD or hire one on