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Home to the Great Barrier Reef, tropical rainforests and some of Australia’s best beaches. There are way too many experiences in Queensland to fit on your bucket list. The Sunshine State is so large you could travel around for years and not see it all. Here are some inspiring ideas to get you started.

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27 Things to do in Noosa

Noosa. Just the name of this sparkling epicentre on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, two hours’ drive north of Brisbane, conjures balmy sea breezes, squeaky white sand and creature comforts galore, from beachside cocktails to coconut lattes. There are so many things to do in Noosa, where do you start?  Once you've...
facts about great barrier reef
The Great Barrier Reef is the jewel in Queensland's crown and one of the seven wonders of the natural world. It's a beautiful living thing stretching 2300 km along the Queensland coast and home to an assortment of marine life including whales, dugongs, dolphins and sharks. There are...
southern great barrier reef snorkeling
Mention the Great Barrier Reef and most people think of Cairns and Tropical North Queensland or the Whitsundays but not far from Brisbane, the Southern Great Barrier Reef is a quieter part of the reef that's just as beautiful. The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park was formed in 1975 and...
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Sunshine Coast Markets Guide

There's something grounding about going to the markets, especially on a weekend. It's relaxing to wander around aimlessly, looking at plants, books, clothes and knick-knacks. The concept of the local market has gained momentum throughout the Sunshine Coast and there are some excellent Sunshine Coast markets to explore.  From the...
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30 things to do in Cairns

A Queensland city with a relaxed vibe, Cairns is the gateway to two World Heritage areas: the Great Barrier Reef and the Wet Tropics Rainforest. From snorkelling or diving the reef to soaring above the tropical rainforest there are so many things to do in Cairns to tick off...
whale watching hervey bay
During their annual migration of up to 10,000 km, humpback whales attract thousands of visitors to towns along Australia’s east coast. You can see whales right along the coast but the place that has earned the moniker of Whale Watching Capital of the World is Hervey Bay on the...

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