Get tropical in Queensland

With the majestic Great Barrier Reef spanning its coast, an ancient rainforest to the north, and abundant national parks and wildlife sanctuaries sprinkled across the state, tropical treasures abound in Queensland. The activities state-wide are positively tropical too: laze upon the glistening sands of the Gold Coast, cruise the Whitsundays, or even discover Aboriginal culture at Tjapukai – from which you can also visit the rainforest village of Kuranda. 

Discover it all under your own steam on our three-week Queensland by Campervan itinerary. And while there’s so much to see and do across the Sunshine State, it could just be the start of your tropical Australian adventure. Stuck on where to begin? Enter Flight Centre.

Flight Centre is #1 to Australia

As an Australian-born company with over 18,000 people worldwide, we have the network and the know-how to ensure you enjoy the best Queensland holiday possible. In fact, Flight Centre is the world's number 1 to Australia with over 1.3 million tickets to Australia sold every year. With this experience, our Experts not only know a lot about Australia holidays, but can tailor make them to suit you and your budget. So from flights to hand-picked hotels, car hire, tours and experiences, we can help you make your ideal Queensland holiday happen.

Want to learn more? Dive in to our Australia travel guide or contact one of our Travel Experts today.

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Queensland is a big place. Let us help you tackle it

With a nickname like ‘The Sunshine State’, you know you’re in for a good time with a Queensland holiday. Located in the north-east corner of Australia, the state is beloved by locals and tourists alike for its pristine coastline, tropical rainforests, burgeoning cities, charming towns, Indigenous culture and colourful locals.

As Australia’s second largest state (seven times the size of the UK) it can be difficult to know where to start your holiday in Queensland. The most popular entry point is Brisbane, Queensland’s growing capital and the perfect starting point for a road trip along Australia's Nature Coast to see dolphins and whales. The other is the tourist town of Cairns, idyllically located between the Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree National Park, home to the world’s oldest surviving rainforest.

Queensland by region

Below is a list of Queensland’s most popular cities and regions to help you plan your holiday to Queensland. For more ideas on how to see the Sunshine State, check out our tailor-made Queensland holidays.