Queensland is Good to Go!

With an average of more than 250 days of annual sunshine, Queensland is home to 5 World Heritage sites including the most notable ones: Great Barrier Reef and Daintree Rainforest. Through almost 7000km of coastline, Queensland is lined with world-class beaches with crystal clear waters where you can experience surfing, scuba diving, kayaking, and sailing. Go a little inland, you’ll find yourself in a different world. Discover savannas and deserts that will take you back to the Mesozoic era where dinosaurs roamed. Immerse yourself in a buzzing urban lifestyle in Queensland’s biggest cities: Brisbane and Gold Coast where you can experience vibrant cultural diversity through art and culinary. Queensland will take you through a journey of natural and cultural beauty that will leave you in a state of awe.
North Queensland

North Queensland

Explore Queensland's tropical paradise through ancient rainforests and islands

Cairns & Great Barrier Reef

Cairns & Great Barrier Reef is where the rainforest meets the reef. With two World Heritage sites in the region, Cairns is the perfect place to go for a laidback yet adventurous trip. Delight your tastebuds with exotic tropical fruits and the freshest seafood and explore the world’s oldest rainforest filled with a plethora of biological diversity. Explore the Great Barrier Reef by going on an exhilarating snorkelling or diving day trip to fringing islands and discover marine life below the surface. Alternatively, climb aboard a scenic helicopter flight to enjoy the breath-taking view or spend an unforgettable night in the middle of the ocean, under the stars, on a pontoon or liveaboard.


Expect nothing but pristine waters and white sands in the Whitsundays. With a collection of 74 islands, Whitsundays offers an unforgettable escape, perfect for taking your stress away. Stay in island resorts like Daydream Island, Hamilton Island, or Hayman Island, or opt to stay on the mainland, the perfect jump off point to explore the region. Take a cruise to Whitehaven Beach, sail out to the Great Barrier Reef, charter a plane over the islands, or even skydive into the blue waters to immerse yourself fully in the beauty of the Whitsundays.
South East Queensland

South East Queensland

Delve into Queensland's biggest cities and experience adventure and thrills all year round

Gold Coast

The Gold Coast is home to world-class surfing beaches, World Heritage-listed rainforest, and Australia’s biggest theme parks. Only an hour south of Brisbane, the Gold Coast is the city where the tallest skyscraper in Australia is only less than a minute walk from its 57km-long white sand beach. If you ever need a break from the beaches, take a hike through the Gold Coast hinterland, where you can explore subtropical rainforests and watch the sunset with views of an ancient caldera. Here to celebrate? Then tap into the city’s lively bars and nightclubs scattered along the coast and grab a drink by the beach.


This vibrant city offers outdoor thrills and adventures all year round thanks to its warm climate. From day trips out to neighbouring islands and kayaking along the beautiful Brisbane River to immersing yourself in a wide range of astonishing art collections, Brisbane is truly a city that has so much to offer. Take a stroll along the Riverwalk to explore iconic landmarks such as the Wheel of Brisbane or climb the Story Bridge and prepare to be fascinated by the breath-taking panoramic view of Brisbane. A trip to South Bank, Brisbane’s premier lifestyle and cultural hub is one not to be missed. You’ll get to sunbathe at the nation’s only man-made city beach, explore art galleries and experience the booming culinary scene that flaunts and embraces seasonal local produce.

Sunshine Coast

The Sunshine Coast is a short one-hour drive from Brisbane and has some of the best beaches that Queensland has to offer. The region boasts 100km of coastline and has a string of aquatic experiences to enjoy, from kayaking to surfing and boating adventures. If getting active is more your style then enjoy the jaw-dropping view from the top of any of the Glass House Mountains, via 11 ranges of summit walking and hiking tracks that cater to the varying fitness levels. For absolute serenity, escape from the hustle and bustle and connect with nature while exploring the Sunshine Coast Hinterland’s lush subtropical rainforest and beautiful waterfalls.