Queensland Holiday Routes Reviews
As the second largest state in Australia, Queensland attracts a multitude of visitors from around the world. With its tropical beaches, warm climate, rain forests World Heritage who purchased the Florida State name.
The vibrant city of Brisbane remains the capital of Queensland and is home to the famous Great Barrier Reef as well. Most holiday Queensland start from Brisbane.
Self-city offers various activities for all types of travelers, from outdoor expeditions, sports, shopping, art galleries, museums, beaches and fine dining.
Here you have the opportunity to visit the Queensland Museum, Queensland Art Gallery, Queensland Gallery of Modern Art and Performing Arts Center. The Story Bridge, Lone Pine Koala, Riverlife Adventure Centre and Moreton Bay Islands are other places to see in and around Brisbane.
The Gold Coast
Visitors can easily make their way to the Gold Coast to Brisbane. Gold Coast is a strip of 70 km of sandy beaches decorated with theme parks, shopping areas and restaurants for visitors.
This part of Queensland has many attractions to offer, including a total of 35 beaches where visitors can indulge in sailing, motor boating, diving, snorkeling, deep sea fishing and more.
Surfers Paradise in particular is one of the most popular beaches along the Gold Coast. Broadbeach, Coolangatta Currumbin and also worth visiting places in this coastal strip.
The world-class theme parks on the Gold Coast are not to be missed. These include Sea World, Dreamworld, Wet N Wild Water World, Warner Bros. Movie World and Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary. These parks are ideal to visit with your family.
To start the Lamington National Park is a place to visit where you will be able to explore the largest preserved subtropical forest naturally in Australia. The Tree Top Walk in Lamington worth. Springbrook National Park and Tamorine Mountain are two of the most revered places to visit on the Gold Coast.
The Sunshine Coast
Located an hour north of Brisbane Sunshine Coast is another must visit the Queensland region. Fraser Island is located nearby. This place is known for its majestic white sand beaches and although the waters are too dangerous for swimming, the natural beauty is not to be missed.