Queensland: Attractions and Things To Do
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  • Paradise Country: Paradise Country, Australia's Premier recreational farm & function centre....set in 40 acres of picturesque countryside, the most tranquil and convenient setting you'll find for virtually any activity. Just twenty minutes from the bustling Gold Coast, Queensland two kilometres from the heart of Nerang at the gateway to the Gold Coast Hinterland. You will experience the Old World farming community, fulfill those farming fantasies and enjoy a slice of outback adventure. This serene peaceful hinterland setting gives the opportunity to get away from the daily grind and capture the past.
  • Port Douglas: Port Douglas is one of Far North Queensland's tourism capitals, aptly reknown for its easy access to the Great Barrier Reef, sandy golden beaches and its beatiful scenic rainforest. It contains superb vantage points offering magnificent postcard views of the coastline and sparkling sea. Port Douglas is located 69 km north of Cairns.
  • Reef HQ: Reef HQ is the largest living coral reef aquarium in the world located in Townsville, Queensland. Reef HQ is a miniature version of the Great Barrier Reef and is the Reef Education Centre for the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority.
  • Sweers Island: Australia's Premier Fishing Site situated in the Gulf of Carpentaria, North Queensland. Accommodation, boats, all fishing gear provided.
Tourism Tropical North Queensland
  • Tourism Tropical North Queensland: Welcome to the Cairns & Great Barrier Reef region, we invite you to discover the delights of our region, from the magnificent Great Barrier Reef and the World Heritage listed Rainforests, the diverse attractions of the tropical Atherton Tablelands, and west to the outback plains and gorges of the Gulf Savannah and Cape York.
  • Warner Brothers Movie World: Warner Bros. Movie World is Hollywood on the Gold Coast, where movie magic comes alive! Check out our awesome rides and attractions, including the Road Runner Rollercoaster opening in December. Find out where to eat and shop, how to buy your tickets and much more!
  • Wet 'n' Wild Water World: Wet'n'Wild Water World is Australia's premier water theme park, located on the Gold Coast. Guests of all ages enjoy Wet'n'Wild Water World's award winning slides and attractions every day. Now you can discover a whole world of splashtacular fun and entertainment - including the massive Mammoth Falls attraction.
  • Whale Watching in Hervey Bay: Just three and a half hours driving from Brisbane is the city of Hervey Bay, gateway to Fraser Island and now famous as the Whale Watch Capital of the World. A trip amongst the Humpback whales (Megaptera Novaeangliae) is indeed an experience of a lifetime. Imagine the fifth largest of the families of whales on this planet , 15 metres long , 45 tonnes in weight ( an equivalent of 11 elephants or 600 persons) with pectoral fins of 10 metres , leaping almost clear of the water in an awesome display of power.
  • Whitsunday Islands: Ever since Captain James Cook discovered the beautiful tropical islands of the Whitsundays, people come to visit this beautiful region. Today, The Whitsunday Islands, are one of the greatest tourist attractions in Australia, with over 560,00 visitors a year (3rd busiest tourist destination in Queensland). And what else would you expect for such a tropical paradise.
  • Wild World: Just 20 minutes north of Cairns is six hectares (15 Acres) of tropically landscaped gardens featuring a natural habitat displaying Australia's unique animals, plus some exciting international exhibits Locally owned and operated, for 20 years, Wild World - The Tropical Z00 is the equivalent of a giant touch tank for animals.

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