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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Desert Isles of the Coral SeaDesert Isles of the Coral Sea
It was one of those places where the forces which govern life seem to come to a focus of preternatural beauty and intensity. I stood in a small grassy field. It was bounded by a dazzling band of coral sand. Crystalline aquamarine shallows grading into turquoise surrounded the islet. Farther out, a broad shallow reef flat fashioned a skirt of many colors terminating in a hemline of sparkling white breakers. Beyond, an endless sea of indigo blue velvet spread out to the horizon. Life was everywhere.
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