The Sunshine State
Welcome to the "Florida" of Australia (and we mean that in a good way!). Sun, surf and holiday vibes!
The Gold Coast has it all. Golden Beaches, Green Hinterland and for the thrill seeker an array of Theme Parks.
Surfers Paradise is the “Vegas” of Australia. Just 30 mins from the beach you will find a subtropical hinterland. With amazing waterfalls (my favourite “Natural Bridge”), bushwalking trails and quaint villages.
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Brisbane is one of Australia’s most beautiful cities with its classic laid back Aussie culture. Brisbane is a hub for culture, art and dining. Some of the best sights to visit on your trip to Brisbane include, visiting Southbank the home to a beautiful man made beach in the heart of the city, visit the botanical garden for a nice afternoon stroll.
I would also suggest taking a drive up to the summit of Mount Coot-tha to take in the breathtaking panoramic view of Brisbane city and Moreton Bay.
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Sunshine Coast & Noosa
The Sunshine Coast and Noosa offer amazing sandy beachs and awesome surf spots. Climbing up to the top of Mount Coolum is a must when you visit the Sunshine Coast and if you want to cuddle a Koala or just chill out, I suggest spending a day at Steve Irwin Zoo.
Noosa Heads is an upscale town offering boutique shops, amazing café & restaurants and great walking trails through Noosa National Park.
Rainbow Beach is for the adventure seeker with its striking beauty, home to Coloured sands and Double Island Point, be sure to stop in on your adventure.
Rainbow Beach is also the Gateway to Fraser Island. You can take day tours or overnight tours. Fraser Island is the largest sand island in the world and is also world heritage listed it is a place of exceptional beauty.
1770 & Agnes Waters
This is a destination that should be on your bucket list with its stunning natural wonders. With its pristine beaches, nearby islands and the Great Barrier Reef on its doorstep.
This is also one of the last places in Queensland with surf as you are travelling up north. There is a beauty and rawness here that gets under your skin and you can feel transported back in time to when captain cook sailed by.
Central Queensland offers travellers a unique travel experience. Rockhampton is different to most coastal towns and kind of tries to be the “Texas” of Queensland.
Rodeos are big events in Rockhampton and take place throughout the year with people travelling from all over to participate. Be sure to check one out you will not be disappointed. The Great Western Hotel is a unique Aussie pub and worth a stop for a nice cold beer.
Airlie Beach is a very pretty little coastal town and the most popular destination for those looking to explore the Whitsunday islands.
The Whitsunday islands is made up of a group of 74 islands with the most popular being Whitehaven Beach. Whitehaven is a must stop on your Aussie roadtrip. Voted the number 1 beach in the world.
"If you get the opportunity, we would highly recommend taking a scenic flight over the Great Barrier Reef"
Atherton Tablelands/Mission Beach
Hit the famous waterfall circuit of the Atherton Tablelands and be sure to recreate the Herbal Essence Hair flick. Some of the most popular waterfall are Millaa Millaa Falls, Malanda Falls, Zillie Falls, Ellinjaa Falls, Millstream Falls and Tchupala Falls to name a few.
Mission Beach is a beautiful beachside town and most popular with travellers to tick the Skydive off your bucket list as you get amazing view of the Great Barrier Reef and also get to land on the beach.
Cairns is the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef, one of the natural wonders of the world and a must must see on your East coast trip. If you get the opportunity, we would highly recommend taking a scenic flight over the Great Barrier Reef as this is a sure way to understand why the Great Barrier reef is a wonder of the world.
The Daintree Rainforest is amazing. This is where two world heritage sites meet, the Rainforest meets the reef. Swim, boat or fish in a profusion of lakes, rivers and waterfalls. “Tropical Paradise”