Queensland is famous for its beaches. For white sands, and crystal clear turquoise waters. For island paradises. Whilst the Great Barrier Reef up around Cairns has its attractions, it just doesn’t have the pull of the islands of Southern Queensland.
To be honest, a lot of the reason that many people head to Queensland is to visit the theme parks of the Gold Coast. Warner Brothers Movie World, Sea World, Wet ‘n’ Wild, Dreamworld and Whitewater World often feature as the only attractions visited by tourists to the area.
Kangaroo Island is well known as one of Australia’s most beautiful travel destinations. With its plentiful wildlife, stunning landscapes, and historical attractions, this little island of the coast of Adelaide has a lot to offer.
Travelling the East Coast of Australia on a road trip is one of – if not the – most quintessential Australian travel experiences. For some though, the states of Victoria and NSW don’t even make the count. For these people it’s all about the East Coast Road Trip through Queensland.
Alice Springs is a unique part of Australia’s tourism. Sitting in the middle of the country, it’s a place quite unlike anywhere else in Australia – which can often leave those planning to visit confused. No more! Here’s our guide on how to plan a trip to Alice Springs.
When researching a trip to Australia, you’re likely to hear great things about the beach town of Noosa and the Sunshine Coast in the south of Queensland. But you’re also likely to come across some fantastic reasons to visit Byron Bay on the Northern Beaches of NSW. So when it comes to a choice of Queensland vs NSW, which do you choose?
The School of the Air was the Australian Outback’s answer to online education in the 1950s. With the majority of students in the Northern Territory living on farms and properties often hours away from the nearest school, the School of the Air brought school to everyone – through the radio.