Queensland GuideQueensland is one of the six states in Australia and probably most famous because of its association with several major world heritage sites including the Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree National Park. HotelsFind hotels in Brisbane, Cairns, Townsville, Hamilton Island, Maleny and more.
Popular in QueenslandBrisbaneBrisbane is the capital of the state of Queensland. It has a population of about 2 million people, making it the third-largest city in Australia, after Sydney and Melbourne. CairnsCairns is the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef in Far North Queensland, Australia. TownsvilleTownsville is a laid-back coastal city of around 200,000 people in Far North Queensland, Australia.
In QueenslandFar North QueenslandFar North Queensland is a coastal region in the north-east of the Australian state of Queensland. South East QueenslandSouth East Queensland is a region in Queensland, Australia. Sunshine CoastQueensland's Sunshine Coast is a collection of beachside and hinterland towns to the north of Brisbane. Outback QueenslandOutback Queensland is a region of Queensland. CapricorniaCapricornia is a region of Queensland in Australia. Offshore, the Southern Reef Islands including resorts on Heron Island and Wilson Island - scuba diving, snorkling, bird-watching. Fraser CoastFraser Coast is in Queensland, Australia. Darling DownsThe Darling Downs is a region of South East Queensland in Australia. Fraser IslandFraser Island is a large sand island 122 km long situated off the southern coast of the Australian state of Queensland, some 300 km north of the state capital Brisbane. BundabergBundaberg is in Queensland, Australia, south of Rockhampton and north of Hervey Bay. Airlie BeachAirlie Beach is a town in Queensland, Australia and is the closest port from which to access the Whitsunday islands on the Great Barrier Reef. Hinchinbrook IslandHinchinbrook Island National Park is located in North Queensland, Australia. The continental island massif is east of Cardwell on the tropical Cassowary Coast. MackayMackay is a tropical city on the eastern coast of the Australian state of Queensland, some 900 km north of the state capital Brisbane. ChildersChilders is a small agricultural town in South East Queensland. It is a major sugar cane producer. Bunya Mountains National ParkBunya Mountains National Park is one of the oldest parks in Queensland, Australia. KilkivanKilkivan is a small town in the South Burnett region of Queensland, Australia. It is approx 50 kms west of Gympie or 218km from Brisbane. StanthorpeStanthorpe is a town in Queensland, Australia that is home to a Big Apple, part of the many big things in Australia. Charters TowersCharters Towers is a city in Queensland. Charters Towers situated west of Townsville has a unique and colourful history, and is often referred to as the historic golden city. Glass House Mountains National ParkThe Glass House Mountains National Park is located in Queensland, Australia, approximately 70 km north of Brisbane in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland. Gin GinGin Gin is a town in Queensland. It is a service town on the Bruce Highway, around 4 hours from Brisbane and 45 minutes from Bundaberg. BowenBowen is a town on the coast in Queensland, Australia. Situated right on the Great Barrier Reef, and surrouded by some of the best beaches in Queensland, Bowen is widely regarded as one of the best kept secrets of the region.