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Brisbane & Beyond

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Brisbane and Beyond

Sunshine Coast | Gold Coast | Cairns and the Great Barrier Reef | The Whitsunday Islands

Sunshine Coast

The Sunshine Coast is just over an hour north of Brisbane City and is a picturesque, laid-back destination surrounded by freshwater rivers and lakes, subtropical forests and pristine beaches.

Whilst on the beautiful Sunshine Coast visit a few attractions nearby such as Underwater World, Aussie World, Australia Zoo or the Big-Kart Track.

For rainforests and bushwalking, experience the Sunshine Coast Hinterlands. Hire a car and travel up through to Maleny and visit the nearby lookouts with breathtaking views of the Glass House Mountains, or simply have lunch at one of the cafes or wineries in Montville.
Noosa’s National Park is only minutes away from the 5 star luxury of Noosa’s Hastings Street. Try one of the many stylish restaurants, cafes or bars that Noosa has to offer. Noosa is a great family destination with plenty of BBQ areas and play grounds for your children to enjoy.
Please visit the below website if you would like more information about the Sunshine Coast.

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Gold Coast

The Gold Coast is Australia’s favourite playground and No 1 holiday destination. From pristine beaches, theme parks, pulsating nightlife and rainforest hinterland, the Gold Coast has something for everyone. Only 1 hours drive from Brisbane and is a destination you won’t forget.

Visit some of the world famous theme parks during your visit.

Escape the busy lifestyle and visit the Gold Coast Hinterland. Lamington National Park, Springbrook, Natural arch and the glow worm caves are just a few of the amazing experiences that await.
Why not hire a car and travel to the southern region of the Gold Coast where it’s known for its laid back lifestyle and its fabulous surfing conditions on the many well-known beaches. Southern Gold Coast is home to Coolangatta, Kirra Beach and Tweed Heads which is on the borderline of New South Wales.
Please visit the website below for further information about the Gold Coast.

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Cairns and the Great Barrier Reef

Cairns is located in Tropical North Queensland and is the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef. Cairns is a tropical paradise with many attractions, tours and activities to flaunt its remarkable world heritage.
The Cairns Esplanade is known for its exciting nightlife, boutique shops, galleries, variety of accommodation options and alfresco dining. Cairns is also the home to Palm Cove and many other northern beaches with their picturesque views.
Travel the Daintree and Cape Tribulation Rainforests which is the home to the most extensive range of rare animals and plants found around the world. There are a variety of tours and attractions you can experience. For tours please click here.
Experience the world’s largest and healthiest coral reef, The Great Barrier Reef which stretches from Tropical North Queensland right down to Bundaberg. The Great Barrier Reef has many attractions and activities to offer from scuba diving, snorkelling and sailing.
For more information about Cairns and The Great Barrier Reef please visit the website below.

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The Whitsunday Islands

From the moment you fly over the Whitsunday Coast you will fall in love with the breathtaking views and the crystal clear blue waters. This region has something to offer for everyone.
You can visit the leading island resort destination Hamilton Island which offers many activities including day cruises, snorkeling, kayak tours, quad bike tours and bushwalking. There are plenty of restaurants, cafes, a golf course, beauty and hair salons and don’t forget Catseye beach.
Why not visit Hayman Island which is Australia’s most awarded Private Island with astounding natural beauty, award winning culinary experiences and full of action-packed activities. Hayman Island has a variety of water sports to offer, adventures by air and of course plenty of wellness and relaxation experiences.

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Essential Links

For further information about Queensland please visit the below websites.

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Tourism and Events Queensland