Queensland

Beaver Reef aerial - Image courtesy of Tourism Australia

When it comes to dazzling natural attractions, beaches and waterways, Queensland has a well-deserved worldwide travel reputation.

The Great Barrier Reef stretches through Queensland's waters for more than 2,500 kilometres, covering around 345,000 square kilometres. The world's largest World Heritage site, it is made up of more than 2,900 individual reefs and 70 coral cays sprinkled along the edge of the continental shelf.

There are plenty of amazing attractions across Queensland to suit everyone's tastes. Whether you're in the mood for getting up close with animals, exploring a museum or getting back to nature in a national park, there's plenty of attractions for you to choose from.

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Lord Howe Island Marine Park - Neville Coleman's World Heritage Wildlife GuideLord Howe Island Marine Park - Neville Coleman's World Heritage Wildlife Guide
The first marine biology guide to the South Pacific area with examples and basic introductions to every major marine phyla, from algae to mammals.
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What a Day - What a Dive!What a Day - What a Dive!
... The rebreathers were removed from their magic black boxes and gas etc checked before donning and rolling over the side of the boat. I found myself starting to sink and lots of bubbles coming from just by my left ear ...
Heron Island Bliss - a Family Diving HolidayHeron Island Bliss - a Family Diving Holiday
A place like Heron Island is a great destination for families by offering a variety of activities all throughout the day, catering to people of all ages and interests. One can do a single boat dive and be back to spend the rest of the day exploring the island with or without expert staff, read books, hang by the pool or at the end of the day join the sunset cruise. There is plenty of time to relax and no worries about having to get any chores done.
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