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Queensland

Queensland is home of the Great Barrier Reef and commonly referred to as the "Sunshine State", is Australia's ultimate outdoor playground. Hike through tranquil rainforests, relax on an island or go diving on the Great Barrier Reef. From the fun of the Gold Coast to the adventure of the Cape you will know you have found a special kind of paradise in Queensland.

Trinity Beach (north QLD)
Trinity Beach (north QLD)
 
On the South Coast, you will find Brisbane, the capital city of Queensland and the 3rd biggest city in Australia after Sydney and Melbourne.

Not far south east of Brisbane is the Gold Coast with golden and wonderful beaches and exciting nightlife. North is the natural beauty and more relaxed atmosphere of the Sunshine Coast.

The World Heritage Listed Great Barrier Reef spans about 2.000 kms from the tip of Cape York to Gladstone in the south. A scuba divers paradise with almost 3000 individual reefs, 70 coral islands, 10 000 species of sponge, 350 different species of coral, 4 000 species of molluscs, 350 species of echinoderms and over 1 500 species of fish.

Far North Queensland or the Tropical North is home to the World Heritage Listed Daintree Rainforest, crocodiles and fantastic fishing.

The more inland of Queensland offers every visitor a real outback experience. Enjoy a starfilled night at a camp far away from nearest town or the flat, amost treeless, country on your trip out here.

Planned cities to show detailed information about, still to come though:

- Brisbane
- Surfers Paradise
- Townsville
- Carins
- MacKay
- Toowoomba
- Mt. Isa
- Undara National Park
- Port Douglas

Information about these cities and other places in Queensland is very much welcome. Email us, please.


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