Queensland Travel Guide
Located on the northeastern coast of Australia, Queensland is a wondrous place of majestic mountains and magical marine areas. Covering an area of 1,730,650 square-kilometres, Queensland is the second largest state in Australia.
The capital of Queensland is Brisbane, a city with lovely cultural attractions and a pristine winding river. The Glass House Mountains National Park is located 70 kilometres north of Brisbane and offers stunning mountains that tower the landscape. Arguably Australia’s most famous destination, the Great Barrier Reef and the Whitsunday islands are stunningly beautiful locations that are known for their sealife and natural views.
The world-famous Daintree Rainforest is also located near the Great Barrier Reef and is home to hundreds of tropical bird species, mammals and rare plants. The Gold Coast is a popular holiday destination that will provide you with an optimal balance of modern urban amenities and endless white beaches for surfing and sunbathing. Explore the Atherton Tablelands to see picturesque waterfalls, or follow the Great Tropical Drive.