The Most Visited Destination : Queensland

Queensland ! Surf beaches of the Gold Coast to tropical forests populated by many wild animals Daintree, Queensland contains a range of natural and cultural wonders. The hard part is choosing where to start .
 

The most famous asset Queensland is the wonderful underwater world of the Great Barrier Reef , which stretches over 2000 km of coastline. The “Sunshine State” (“the Sunshine State”) encompasses a myriad of islands with the most varied landscapes: huge dunes, colorful coral reefs and forests straight sand outputs. Whether idyllic hotels, campsites lost oceanfront or resorts ideal for families, the accommodation options are many. On the mainland, beautiful national parks dot the landscape, combining lush rainforests, majestic mountains and sparkling lakes. Of the cutest animals (koalas) the most formidable (crocodiles), the fauna also has an incredible diversity. Main gateway to Queensland, Brisbane is a river town with the relaxed atmosphere, the urban charms (gastronomy, nightlife and museums) harmoniously blend into the natural environment (cliffs on the shore, extensive botanical gardens and parks ). In the south, extravagance and enthusiasm of the Gold Coast rival tranquil ambience of the seaside towns of the Sunshine Coast.

In Queensland, the outdoor activities are endless. A mask and fins all you need to discover some of the most amazing funds submarines in the world, a rafting trip in northern reload the reserves of most seasoned adrenaline and all along the coast, kayak allows you to drop peacefully along a beautiful coastline. The bush walks are first rate, regardless of whether you opt for a grueling multi-day hike on one of the Great Walks of Queensland, or borrow the shorter paths through gorges and tropical forests, climb mountains or along lakes and rivers. Lovers of marine getaways, rather choose to sail the turquoise waters of the Whitsunday, throwing the anchor on one of the white sandy beaches of the archipelago. 4×4 enthusiasts finally are sure to borrow a “beach highway” on Fraser Island, venturing under the infinite sky of the outback or borrow the bumpy Bloomfield Track, single lane joining the northern tip of Australia.