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Lamington National Park »

An easy two-hour drive south of Brisbane brings travellers to a lush rainforest wilderness filled with ancient trees, extensive walking tracks and some of the most spectacular views in southeast Queensland. Lamington National Park is one of the most pristine natural areas in Australia, a great destination for day-trippers, weekenders... more »

Gold Coast Theme Parks »

Dreamworld, Warner Bros. Movie World, SeaWorld, Wet'n'Wild… there are very few theme parks that can rival those on the Gold Coast. Themed lands are home to live shows, roaming movie characters, animal attractions and – of course – some of the tallest, fastest, biggest and scariest thrill rides in the... more »

Springbrook National Park »

Springbrook National Park is a cool eucalypt forest and temperate rainforest offering spectacular birdwatching, bushwalks and some of the most stunning natural vistas in Queensland. It is one of the most extensive areas of subtropical rainforest in the world, making it a popular getaway for travellers and locals alike. Dominating... more »

Broadbeach »

Hidden in a quiet corner of the Gold Coast, Broadbeach is close to vibrant entertainment districts but just far enough away to make for a seriously relaxing holiday. The golden sands, endless sunshine, stellar surf break and laid-back vibe make it one of the most-loved destinations south of Brisbane. Located... more »

Q1 Gold Coast »

An imposing and iconic figure on the Gold Coast skyline, Q1 is an impressive sight. Rising off the Gold Coast esplanade in majestic fashion, the massive building stretches high into the sky, offering panoramic views across the ocean and hinterland to those who dare climb to the top. Q1’s claim... more »

Surfers Paradise »

The Surfers Paradise skyline, stretched along 1.8-miles of crystal clear Pacific Ocean, is one of the most iconic skylines in Australia. The same stretch of land is home to the best of entertainment, nightlife, shopping and beach culture in Queensland – it’s hard to go wrong in Surfers Paradise. Back... more »

Snapper Rocks »

Snapper Rocks is the most crowded surf break in Australia, but there’s a good reason: it’s epic. Boasting one of the longest continuous breaks in the world, even on a bad day it’s a challenge to find a better spot to bring out the board. A small, rocky outcrop on... more »