Diving off the Queensland Coast
Here are some of Queensland’s best places to visit, from the lush green tropical rainforests in the north to the popular beaches in the south east and vast desert regions in the far west.
Although the state, covering more than 1.853 million square kilometres would take more than a lifetime to explore, here are some of the more notable for their beauty, charm and life long memories:
A popular place to base yourself if you want to explore the Great Barrier Reef, Cairns Queensland is a modern sub-tropical city with all the comforts and amenities, yet the northern-most city in the state:
Far West Queensland
Far West Queensland This vast region has more than miles of surreal sand dunes, towns like Barcaldine, Longreach and Mt. Isa have offered prosperity to those willing to brave the elements of the Outback:
|Far West Queensland|
The stunning beauty of the Whitsunday Coast and Islands beckons. With a total of seventy four islands, with many of them totally uninhabited yet marked with crystal white sandy beaches, thick rainforests:Whitsunday Islands
Here you can find the world heritage-listed Fraser Island, as well as the stunning beaches and vistas of the Fraser Coast.
|Fraser Island Sands|
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