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For surfing enthusiasts, the globally recognised Surf Reserves of Southern Gold Coast and Noosa are a must-visit. Those looking for a day’s adventure can wander the pure silica sands of Whitehaven Beach or the renowned Nudey Beach, among many other choices.

Mon Repos and other Southern Great Barrier Reef beaches serve as a sanctuary for turtles, who return annually to nest. Similarly, families revisit these sparkling, patrolled waters of Queensland’s coastline year after year for safe and fun-filled beach outings.

Secluded stretches on islands such as Great Keppel and Lizard, or isolated sandbars like Vlassof Cay, offer a unique, undisturbed beach experience. If solitude is what you seek, these spots are perfect for you.

For camping enthusiasts, the world’s four largest sand islands await exploration. Here, you can participate in a half-marathon, enjoy a horseback ride along the beach, or savour a gourmet meal with a view of the waves.

The charm of Queensland’s beaches lies in their ever-evolving yet consistently inviting nature. They are a constant companion, offering a variety of activities to ensure every day is different.

With over 6,000km of coastline, finding your perfect beach in Queensland is a breeze.

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The best time to visit Queensland depends on the activities you're interested in. For beach and reef activities, the best time is during the dry season, from June to October. For visiting the rainforests and waterfalls in the tropical north, the wet season from November to March can be a great time as the scenery is lush and green.

Queensland is home to many iconic destinations. These include the Great Barrier Reef, Daintree Rainforest, Whitsunday Islands, Fraser Island, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, and the state capital Brisbane. Each of these destinations offers unique experiences and attractions.

Queensland offers a wide range of activities. You can explore the Great Barrier Reef, visit world-class beaches, hike in national parks, visit theme parks on the Gold Coast, explore vibrant cities like Brisbane, and much more.

While public transport is available in cities like Brisbane and Gold Coast, a car can be useful if you plan to explore more remote areas or if you want the flexibility to travel at your own pace. Remember that Queensland is a large state, so distances between destinations can be significant.

Queensland is rich in wildlife. You can see marine creatures like turtles, dolphins, and whales in the Great Barrier Reef. On land, you can spot kangaroos, koalas, and various bird species. In certain areas, you might even spot crocodiles.


The Great Barrier Reef is a protected area and visitors are required to follow certain rules to protect the reef. These include not touching coral, not collecting marine life, and not littering. Some areas of the reef are also off-limits to protect sensitive ecosystems.
While Queensland's beaches are generally safe, there are risks associated with marine creatures like jellyfish and sharks. Always swim in patrolled areas, follow safety advice, and consider wearing a stinger suit when swimming in northern Queensland during jellyfish season.
COVID-19 travel restrictions can change rapidly and depend on the current situation. It's best to check the latest updates from the Queensland Government or your travel provider.
Queensland is known for its fresh seafood, especially prawns and barramundi. You should also try the tropical fruits grown in the region, like mangoes, bananas, and pineapples. Queensland is also famous for its macadamia nuts.