Queensland

Queensland

Everything you'll love most about Queensland

Warm and welcoming, unpretentious and real; there are some seriously beautiful places to visit in Queensland. A visit to the sunshine state will leave you with memories and experiences to last a lifetime. 

Whether you visit the sunburnt outback plains, one of the thriving towns or cities, some of the oldest rainforests in the world or the golden beaches and world-famous Great Barrier Reef, you'll find a place humming with energy and vitality. 

You'll find a place where the warm and friendly locals are waiting to show you the best of their state, where you'll find new and unexpected experiences around every corner, a place where you can reconnect - with yourself, with nature and with the people around you.

So take a browse of some key places to visit and things to do, book a trip and see for yourself. 

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Family holidays in Queensland

Gold Coast Gold Coast

Gold Coast

Gold Coast, QLD

245 sunny days a year on average, a 57 kilometre strip of gorgeous beaches and a balmy subtropical climate – at least three reasons to visit the Gold Coast.

Read the Gold Coast destination guide
Sunshine Coast Sunshine Coast

Sunshine Coast

City breaks

Brisbane Brisbane

Brisbane

Brisbane, QLD

Brisbane is a stylish urbane city with star attractions. Come and discover the cosmopolitan vibe mixed with down-to-earth attitude and subtropical climate.

Read the Brisbane destination guide
Mackay Mackay

Mackay

Island escapes

Hamilton Island Hamilton Island

Hamilton Island

Hamilton and Hayman Island, QLD

Had 'one of those days'? Escape to this tropical island and let your worries slip away. Plus with gorgeous views from every angle, put your weekend on a postcard.

Read the Hamilton Island destination guide
Cairns and Port Douglas Cairns and Port Douglas

Cairns and Port Douglas

Rockhampton and Great Keppel Island Rockhampton and Great Keppel Island

Rockhampton and Great Keppel Island

The best of Australia

Taking up the northeastern corner of the Australian continent, Queensland is home to a dazzling array of landscapes, buzzing cities and around 300 days of sunshine a year. Not to mention some of the country's most notable highlights including the golden beaches of the Sunshine Coast, the vibrant green of the ancient Daintree rainforest and the azure waters of the world famous Great Barrier Reef teeming with life, surely at the top of every tourist's must-do list. Don't think you're done if you manage to tick these big ticket items off your list, go behind the scenes and discover intimate islands, unique Aboriginal history and a paradise for sports lovers, nature lovers and sun seekers looking to enjoy the stunning weather and warm Queenslander hospitality. 

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