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Queensland

Queensland, also known as the sunshine state, is renowned for its long white sandy beaches and relaxed atmosphere. Brisbane, the states capital, is home to 2.15 million people, and it’s a thriving cosmopolitan city within close proximity to the Gold Coast and Sunshine Coast – idyllic settings for beachside holidays.

 

Queenslands climate accommodates a sunny mostly warm holiday destination for most of the year, and Tropical North Queensland especially warm during the summer months. Areas such as the Whitsundays – a group of islands along the Coral Reef – provide exclusive island accommodation amongst the worlds largest natural reef. The major regional centres of Townsville and Rockhampton also offer unique and interesting Queensland experiences, with many festivals and cultural events throughout the year.

Tropical North Queensland is an idyllic collection of cities and villages that make up a large tropical area along the coast of northern Queensland. Many hotels and apartment rentals here are focused along the coast, with most offering views and resort style accommodation.

This location is ideal for all kinds of holidays, with large cities such as Cairns and Townsville, and smaller coastal villages such as Port Douglas and Palm Cove. The region is framed by lush tropical mountain ranges and white sandy beaches. The Great Barrier Reef is a major attraction and a World Heritage listed site, and you will find many tours to islands and reefs to keep you occupied and enchanted by its natural beauty. 

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Townsville and the Whitsundays are 2 separate regions that make up a large area along the Queensland mid north coast. Townsville is one of the main business hubs of Queensland, whilst the Whitsundays off the coast in the Great Barrier Reef is a collection of islands offering tourists looking for exclusive and picturesque island accommodation the perfect getaway.

Townsville is a fairly large regional city of around 200,00 with attractions such as the Strand and Castle Hill keeping tourists occupied whilst heading to Tropical; North Queensland, or for a stopover until they head to the Whitsundays. The Whitsundays itself of course is a tropical paradise, offering excellent resort style beachfront island accommodation.

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Rockhampton is located just west of the popular resort area of Yeppoon. The Coral Sea and Keppel Bay Islands are also within easy reach and Rockhampton offers a popular base from which to explore these areas in northern Queensland, just off the Great Barrier Reef. Rockhampton is also home to many large government organisations and natural resource and agricultural firms, and is frequently visited by corporate travellers.

Nearby Gladstone is an hours drive south, and primarily a mining and natural resources city with accommodation catering primarily to contractors and corporate guests.

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The Sunshine Coast is a collection of villages that make up the greater Sunshine Coast area. These areas include Noosa, Maroochydore, Alexandra Headland, Mooloolaba and Caloundra. All of these destinations offer a range of hotels and apartments suitable for families, couples and singles looking to enjoy the relaxed beachside locations.

Noosa is typically known to be the most upmarket of the Sunshine Coast areas with accommodation tending to be more expensive here.

The Sunshine Coast is also home to the University of the Sunshine Coast and Central Queensland University. 

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Whether for business or pleasure, Brisbane offers an ideal destination for anyone looking for an idyllic sunny city holiday destination. Brisbane is also Australia’s 3rd largest city – with many corporate headquarters based here –primary in Insurance, Agribusiness and natural resources industries.

Brisbane hotels are all within easy reach to downtown Brisbane – whether using the rail, bus, citycat or driving. There is also an extensive cycleway and all transport is integrated with the TransLink system. Visit Chinatown for an eclectic mix of markets or cuisine, or Queen St Mall for upmarket shopping. Inner City areas like Fortitude Valley offer a cosmopolitan club and bar atmosphere all within 15 minutes walk from downtown Brisbane. 

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The Gold Coast is one of Australia’s most popular tourist destinations, and offers a busy and cosmopolitan lifestyle coupled with a beachside setting. The Gold Coast is also known for its many water oriented theme parks and rides centred around Surfers Paradise.

The Gold Coast is popular year round given its consistently warm climate and relaxed atmosphere. Getting around the Gold Coast is easy using cabs, ferries, bus, rail and monorail services. The most popular areas include Surfers Paradise and Southport where the commercial centres are situated.

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