Guide to Queensland

Brisbane »

Fresh experiences and adventures in the beautiful outdoors: that's what Brisbane is all about. A city with an innovative and vibrant edge, a modern, free-spirited outlook and a determination to do things just that little bit differently.

Image: Tangalooma Resort, Moreton Island. Courtesy of Tourism Queensland.

Bundaberg »

Bundaberg, Coral Coast & Country is a charming region of pristine beaches and coral islands. An easy four-hour drive north of Brisbane, it's the type of place where you can slow down, relax, and embrace life.

Image: Burrum Coast National Park. Courtesy of Tourism Queensland.

Fraser Coast and South Burnett »

The Fraser Coast and South Burnett region is a rare destination and boasts the World Heritage listed Fraser Island, the largest sand island in the world, with spectacular coloured sands, freshwater lakes and towering rainforests.

Image: Wanggolba Creek, Fraser Island. Courtesy of Tourism Queensland.

Gold Coast »

Mention the Gold Coast and think... stunning beaches, a surfing paradise, exciting theme parks, sun-kissed locals, sophisticated style, great nightlife, the list goes on.

Image: Surfers Paradise. Courtesy of Tourism Queensland.

Mackay »

The Mackay region is an inviting blend of secluded beaches, elusive wildlife and rural communities. At the heart of the region is Mackay city, a vibrant hub with lovely Art Deco buildings and streets lined with palm trees.

Image: Casuarina Bay. Courtesy of Tourism Queensland.

The Whitsundays »

In the heart of Queensland's Great Barrier Reef lie the Whitsundays; 74 islands floating like jewels in the tropical warm waters of the Coral Sea. The region offers something for everyone, from adventure-packed family fun to a romantic escape.

Image: Hardy Reef. Courtesy of Tourism Queensland.

Did you know?

There are over 200 national parks in Queensland