Queensland Travel Guides

The second-largest state in Australia, Queensland occupies 25% of Australia's continent and is a popular holiday destination thanks to its laid back lifestyle and attractive northern location. The large state offers plenty of holiday destinations to enjoy and explore and is renowned for its spectacular tropical weather and stunning beaches. The relaxed atmosphere and friendly locals add to the fantastic range of things to see and do. With some of the most popular holiday destinations within a couple of hours drive of each other, you can make the most of your time in Queensland.

Holiday Packages

With such a great range of holiday destinations on offer, Queensland holiday packages are a great way to make the most of your time in the sunshine state. Combining everything from flights and accommodation to transfers, tours, travel insurance and more, you can enjoy significant savings on tropical island destinations like the Whitsundays and Daydream Island or arrange family friendly accommodation and activities in popular family holiday destinations like Noosa.

Queensland Accommodation

Queensland's accommodation is as diverse as its holiday destinations and offers a great range of motels, hotels, resorts, self-catering apartments and more. From as far north as Cairns and Port Douglas to the charming towns of Mackay and Rockhampton all the way to the popular family holiday destination of Fraser Island, there's sure to be accommodation to suit you. All accommodation features comfortable sleeping arrangements and a fantastic range of onsite facilities, no matter your tastes or budget.

Fast Facts

Townsville is the unofficial 'capital' of north Queensland and is the largest urban centre in Australia north of the Sunshine Coast. Part of the Whitsundays, Hamilton Island is the largest island of the group and is home to the Race Week yachting festival each August. Named after the Palm trees that line its shore, Palm Cove is located 27km north of Cairns. Gladstone is approximately 550km north of Queensland's capital, Brisbane and is the largest commodity port in the state. Hervey Bay is located just a few hours' drive from Brisbane and is renowned as a whale watching holiday destination.