Queensland

Find hidden gems in The Gemfields

Located in the heart of the Central Highlands Region in outback Queensland, The Gemfields boasts the largest sapphire field anywhere in the Southern Hemisphere. Despite this, it’s not just precious gems taking centrestage – this area is like a hidden secret, one that is abundant with Indigenous history and natural wonders to rival the Kimberley. … Continued

The best big things in the outback

Behind all the beauty of outback Queensland’s glorious red plains, rich Indigenous culture and bright blue sapphires, you’ll find some of Australia’s most unique, hilarious and memorable attractions. The Big Easel Just under three hours inland from Rockhampton (where you can spot the Big Bull!), you’ll find The Big Easel in the town of Emerald. … Continued

Views like no other

In partnership with Balloon Aloft. Looking for a ballooning adventure like no other? Balloon Aloft and Yagurli Tours are offering the ultimate ballooning experience with hot air balloon flights over the extraordinary landscapes of Burketown in the Gulf of Carpentaria.  Enjoy views of the spectacular Gulf Country, including Australia’s largest salt pan, Albert River and … Continued

Do it the Pacific Coast Way

From World Heritage–listed tropical rainforests, to award-winning beaches and islands, the Pacific Coast Way is Queensland’s ultimate seven-day road trip. Gold Coast to Brisbane Boasting 70 kilometres of pristine coastline, be sure to take advantage and spend a day (or two!) relaxing on one of the Gold Coast’s spectacular beaches. If you’re looking to stretch … Continued

Three reasons the Sandstone Wonders should be on your 2022 travel bucket list

In partnership with Banana Shire. Planning a caravan or camping trip of a lifetime? Whether you choose to travel by car, camper trailer, motorbike, caravan or four-wheel drive, the Sandstone Wonders should be on your 2022 must-see list when exploring the sunny Queensland state. Rich in history, uncrowded national parks, budget accommodation, top-notch camping spots, incredible … Continued

Five reasons to visit Queensland

Given that the Sunshine State averages more than 300 sunny days each year, you’d be a pretty unlucky visitor to miss out on its most famous offering. But even if you did, there’s so much more to see and do here than lie on a beach absorbing vitamin D. Lose yourself in Carnarvon Gorge A hidden … Continued

Driving up to the water’s edge

Experience rough roads and relaxing backdrops on some of Australia’s best beach tracks. Mount William National Park, Tasmania The northern section of the Bay of Fires, on Tasmania’s east coast, extends into the secluded Mount William National Park. Two hours’ drive from Launceston, Mount William National Park is, like the south, fringed by gorgeous coastline – … Continued

Driving up to the water’s edge

Experience rough roads and relaxing backdrops on some of Australia’s best beach tracks. Mount William National Park, Tasmania The northern section of the Bay of Fires, on Tasmania’s east coast, extends into the secluded Mount William National Park. Two hours’ drive from Launceston, Mount William National Park is, like the south, fringed by gorgeous coastline – … Continued

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