Alma Park Zoo - Alma Park Zoo is a unique tropical zoo set on 20 acres of award winning palm gardens with Australian and exotic animals nestled amongst them.
Agnes Water - Website of the town of Agnes Water, the location of Captain James Cook's first recorded landing in Queensland in 1770. Site covers business, community and tourism.
Atherton Tableland - A scenic one hour drive west from Cairns is the Atherton Tableland - Tropical North Queensland’s own mountain getaway. Situated between the Bellenden Ker Range and the Great Dividing Range, it is regarded as one of the region’s best kept secrets. The Atherton Tableland is a blend of the best attractions of the tropics; a combination of nature and lifestyle at its finest. Among the World Heritage listed rainforests, national parks, mountains, rivers, lakes and waterfalls are some of Australia’s richest agricultural lands and charming small townships.
Australia's Bicentennial National Trail - The Bicentennial National Trail is a 5330 km route through Australian bush, wilderness and mountain areas. It is suitable for horse riders, walkers and mountain bike riders.
Big Pineapple - Established in 1971, Big Pineapple offers a day of fun and entertainment for the whole family. Your whole family can enjoy the beauty of the lush tropical fruit plantations, sample Queensland style foods, come face to face with Australian wild life, ride the plantation train, take a rainforest walk, take a boat ride or shop for arts, crafts and souvenirs.
Brisbane Botanic Gardens - The Brisbane Botanic Gardens - Mt Coot-tha, officially opened in 1976, is situated in the Queensland State Capital, 8 km from the city centre. The 52 hectare complex contains an administration centre, a botanical/horticultural library, a laboratory, a 300 seat auditorium, the Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium and the Queensland Herbarium.
Brisbane Tourism - Brisbane Tourism is the official tourism and convention marketing authority for Brisbane, the capital city of Australia's Sunshine State of Queensland.
Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre - The site offers facility, event, and contact details.
Brisbane Riverfestival - Riverfestival is about great fun, food and world-class entertainment centered around the beautiful Brisbane River. Riverfestival has a reputation for presenting the unexpected! Queensland's biggest fireworks spectacular, Riverfire, is an all-time favorite. Riverfeast is Brisbane's 'longest dinner on a bridge'. Riversymphony is a family event not to be missed. There's something for everyone at Riverfestival!
Bundaberg - Tourist information about Bundaberg including recreation, accommodations, attractions, dining, beaches and more.
Cairns Regional Art Gallery - Cairns Regional Gallery is the artistic heart of Tropical North Queensland. When you visit the Gallery you can experience vibrant art exhibitions on show in an elegant heritage building in the city centre of Cairns, the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef, Australia’s foremost travel destination.
Cairns Museum - The Cairns Museum presents a history of Cairns and District in static and pictorial displays. Beginning with our Aboriginal and Islander beginnings, the Chinese influence and timber, mining and agricultural pursuits, the displays touch on every period of our development from foundation to the present day.
Cairns Travel Information Guide - Offers accommodations and travel information on all selected tours and attractions in the Cairns region.
Cardwell - Situated half-way between Townsville and Cairns, Cardwell is the centre of a vast natural wonderland - world heritage rainforests, waterfalls, swimming holes, wilderness tracks, white water rafting, canoeing, crabbing, fishing and prawning.
Cooktown - Gateway to Cape York, Great Barrier Reef, Cairns, Port Douglas, Daintree, Cape Tribulation, with an abundance of heritage rainforests, Savannah outback, Aboriginal culture, ancient rock paintings, national parks full of wildlife – kangaroo, crocodiles, birdlife, fishing, diving, not to mention natural wonders such as the Black Mountains, coloured sands at Elim Beach and Cape Bedford.
Dreamworld - Regarded as Australia's favorite family theme park, Dreamworld spans 30 hectares and is filled with a variety of rides, shows and attractions, including the latest in high-tech thrills and the first interactive tiger attraction in the world outside the United States.
Fraser Island - Fraser Island is a giant sand island famous for its dingoes, wildlife, native birds, rainforests, creeks, lakes, and beautiful scenery. Tourists flock to Fraser Island to see its variety of beaches, its many lakes and creeks, towering rainforest, and native wildlife.
Gold Coast - Australia's Gold Coast is the ideal holiday place for people on the go, or on a go-slow. In one day you can enjoy surfing on golden beaches, bushwalking in subtropical rainforests, cruising down oceanfront boulevards in a fun convertible, or taking a dinner cruise aboard a luxury yacht.
Hartley's Crocodile Adventures - Hartley's Crocodile Adventures is an exciting tourist attraction and crocodile farm situated in a lush tropical rainforest, midway between Cairns and Port Douglas taking in spectacular views of the Coral Sea coastline. Hartley’s Creek is not only home to hundreds of crocodiles, but also Koalas, Kangaroos, Cassowaries, Dingoes, Snakes and other native animals.
Hervey Bay - Visitors to Hervey Bay can enjoy a range of attractions from a wildlife park, Reefworld, shark show and shell display, mini golf, model railway through to the natural attractions of safe golden beaches.
Hinchinbrook Island - Hinchinbrook Island is one of the world's most diversely beautiful wilderness areas. This 393 sq. km island lying off the Cardwell coast, halfway between Cairns and Townsville in North Queensland Australia, is Australia's largest island National Park. The island has a rich aboriginal history and was first seen by Europeans in 1770 when Captain Cook sailed past. Its rugged skyline is dominated by 1142m Mt. Bowen which towers over a rainforest wilderness, mangrove-lined shores and spectacular golden sandy ocean beaches.
Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary - Lone Pine is the first and largest Koala Sanctuary in the world. The Sanctuary features other animals such as kangaroos, emus, Tasmanian devils, dingoes, reptiles and more.
Mission Beach - A picturesque 1.5 hours drive south from Cairns and 2.5 hours north from Townsville through rich cane fields, banana plantations and historic towns, Mission Beach is a unique and unspoiled haven.
Noosa - Noosa is the most northerly resort community of the Sunshine Coast and arguably the most well-known. This resort area extends from Peregian Beach in the south to Noosaville on the banks of the Noosa River and includes the localities of Marcus Beach, Sunrise Beach, Sunshine Beach, and Noosa Heads.
Paradise Palms Golf Course - Paradise Palms is an 18 hole Championship layout that has continually - ranked among Australia's best and most challenging courses since opening in 1990. From the moment you stand on the first tee a panorama of golfing perfection unfolds. Sweeping fairways, jealously guarded by Recreation Centre, 94 bunkers, spacious undulating greens, 6 lakes to conquer - the experience is total.
Paronella Park Heritage Gardens - Built on 5 hectares (13 acres) of rainforest beside Mena Creek Falls, Paronella Park heritage gardens is a "must see" for all visitors to tropical north Queensland.
Queensland Art Gallery - Established in 1895, the Queensland Art Gallery has emerged as one of the most innovative and dynamic visual arts centres in Australia.
Queensland Maritime Museum - The Queensland Maritime Museum features a two level exhibition building presenting historic sailing ship models together with merchant shipping, from early cargo ships to modern container ships, tankers and cruise liners.
Queensland Museum - The Queensland Museum brings to life different times, places and people. From Aborigines to butterflies, from boomerangs to biplanes, the Queensland Museum is a world of discovery.
Queensland Performing Arts Centre - The Queensland Performing Arts Trust (QPAT) was established by the Queensland Government in 1977. QPAT's role is to produce, present and manage the performing arts. Find out what's on at the performing arts complex.
Queensland Sciencentre - The Queensland Sciencentre is Queensland's largest science centre. The centre offers over 170 hands-on exhibits to provide quality interactive science and technology programs to promote community understanding of the relationship between science and everyday experiences.
Reef HQ - Its innovative exhibits provide a close encounter with the creatures of the Great Barrier Reef.
Sea World - Sea World located in Queensland Australia offers rides and attractions for the whole family as well as amazing marine life displays and shows.
Skyrail - Skyrail is the single most popular tourist attraction in North Queensland. Visitors can enjoy the rainforest of Cairns from the comfort of an enclosed sky tram. The Skyrail rainforest cableway runs from Smithfield (Caravonica Lakes) to Kuranda and has a total length of 7.5 kilometers making it the world's longest gondola cableway.
South Bank - South Bank is a hub for recreation, cultural activities, entertainment, educational programs and dining. Attractions include a man-made beach, restaurants, barbecue and picnic areas and a cinema complex. South Bank also hosts many festivals throughout the year, such as firework displays, concerts, fun runs and Christmas celebrations.
Sunshine Coast - There's so much to do on the Sunshine Coast; relax on beautiful beaches; unwind in the hinterland; walk through rainforests; or visit the areas numerous nature and produce based attractions, such as the Big Pineapple and Australia Zoo.
Tamborine Mountain - One of Queensland`s Premiere Rainforest Tourist and Accommodation Destinations, one hours drive south of Brisbane.
Kuranda Koala Gardens - Cuddle a koala, see kangaroos, wallabies and wombats. The gardens are also home to snakes, crocidiles, lizards and other reptiles. Enjoy a day with these unique animals in the heart of Kuranda.
The Ginger Factory - The Ginger Factory is the world's largest ginger factory. Visitors can see how ginger is processed and made, then taste some of this sweet delicacy. Hop aboard the historic cane train and tour through the beautifully landscaped gardens while listening to an informative commentary.
The Great Green Way - The Great Green Way is an area of outstanding natural beauty spanning from Cairns to Townsville in Tropical North Queensland, Australia. The area includes two World Heritage listings of the Wet Tropics Rainforests and the Great Barrier Reef. It has over 25 tropical islands off its coast, over 12 mainland National Parks, and it is the closest mainland access in Queensland to the Outer Barrier Reef.
Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park - Tjapukai Aboriginal Cultural Park is a magical, mystical world in Cairns, North Queensland, Australia, dedicated to preserving and presenting authentic Aboriginal culture with the aid of technology. Five theatres, a museum, an art gallery and a traditional Aboriginal camp combine to give visitors a complete and meaningful glimpse of the rich and ancient Aboriginal culture.
UnderWater World - Experience the wonders of the Great Barrier Reef in all its Vibrant glory with colourful coral gardens and a kaleidoscope of tropical fish.
Warner Bros Movie World - Warner Bros. Movie World is a whole world of entertainment. From heart-thumping thrill rides like Lethal Weapon to the colorful but gentle rides in Looney Tunes Village From the fun of the Grand Parade to the laugh-a-minute antics of the Police Academy Stunt Show Warner Bros. Movie World has something for everyone.
Wet 'n' Wild Water World - Wet 'n' Wild Water World combines all the fun and excitement of the world's latest water slides and leisure pools with a shaded twenty acre sub-tropical garden. Whether you choose to laze in the shallows of the Wave Pool or plunge down a seven-story high Speed Slide, Wet'n'Wild Water World provides a full day of family entertainment.