Queensland, home to some of Australia’s most iconic natural attractions
In Queensland, you will find sweeping seascapes that are teeming with life. Insanely beautiful coral reefs in a surrounding UNESCO World Heritage-listed area. Waters so pristine it looks like something from your favourite animated Disney film!
Here in Queensland is where incredible things happen under water! We can swim through thousands of years old Great Barrier Reef that has been awarded as one of the seven wonders of nature by UNESCO. You don’t need to be an expert diver when exploring you can easily snorkel just of the many beaches up and down the coastline.
It’s your chance to get up close and personal with some of Australia’s most loved animals. From the gentle giants on Humpback Highway to face-to-face encounters in a dinosaur dig site. You can also experience our pristine beaches while you sink into sandy shores lost deep within an engaging book or make new friends at one of those friendly wallabies waiting for you on the beach.
Visit Queensland for the landscapes, stay because of its secret treasures. If you explore here expecting panoramic views and pristine wilderness then yes, it’s likely not just the landscape that brought you to Queensland.
Pull up a stool at one of our historic country bars where friendly locals will share their stories with you over a drink (of course). Or slip away into ancient rainforests guided by Indigenous people who can teach you about Australia’s two unique First Nations cultures: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.