Queensland Australia – Your Dream Holiday Awaits

From scuba diving to whale watching tours, or stop off at some of the tropical islands as you head further north to witness first hand the wondrous tropical coastline of the sunshine state of Queensland Australia. The most sparsely populated area of Queensland is situation in the northwest of the state known as the Gulf of Carpentaria which is a huge mass of water that shadows the northwest. At the furthest point north of Queensland is the Torres Strait Islands and comprises of small tropical islands.

Whether you are looking for a family adventure, a romantic holiday for two with your sweetheart or looking for an unforgettable holiday adventure with friends, the Sunshine State of Queensland will not disappoint. You will be spoilt for choice, the Gold Coast is arguably the biggest tourism draw card featuring spectacular panoramic coastline high rise beach front accommodation.

Queensland Australia - Your Dream Holiday Awaits

Queensland Australia - Your Dream Holiday Awaits

Do you like to party until the wee hours of the morning? The Gold Coast has some of the busiest and most exciting night life attractions that has given this area a reputation for its trendy night clubs and bars including Jupiter’s Casino. By day, park yourself in one of the open air bars and people watch. The meter maids are another unique and funny occurrence you will experience on the streets of The Gold Coast.

If you have started your Queensland adventure in the states popular capital city, Brisbane, consider heading north 100kms to the magnificent Sunshine coast. This is where your sun and surf adventure starts! Here is where you will get your first real taste of the much envied Queensland relaxed lifestyle. Other attractions include Australia Zoo, home to the late Steve Irwin (The Crocodile Hunter) and the much loved Under Water World Aquarium.

The trendy sea side town of Mooloolaba has been transformed in recent years into a stunning cafe, bar and restaurant strip overlooking the pristine waters of Mooloolaba. Book your mooloolaba accommodation or mooloolaba resorts well before summer to ensure you don’t miss out!

The Great Barrier Reef is located 1800kms north of Brisbane. Some of the magnificent tropical islands that form the Great Barrier Reef included: Haggerstone Island, Lizard Island, Green Island, Bedarra Island, Dun Island, Magnetic Island, Hayman Island, and probably its most famous island – Hamilton Island. The Great Barrier Reef is simply a world away from the rest of the world and stands alone in its reputation for the ultimate in resort style living.

If you are planning to visit Australia make sure you leave room for a trip up to the north tropics of Queensland for a holiday that will leave lasting memories and a fair dinkum taste of the true blue Aussie culture! Looking to visit Australia? Be sure to visit the mooloolaba esplanade when at the Sunshine Coast Queensland for a great day of sunshine and surf!

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