With stunning scenery ranging from forests and mountains to pristine white beaches, and from reef to outback, Queensland boasts a diverse range of attractions, making it a favorite for tourists from throughout Australia and all over the world.
You can relax with a craft cocktail on an island beach resort, hike through lush rainforests, enjoy exotic flora and fauna like you’ve never seen before, or enjoy the urban buzz of the vibrant metropolis Brisbane.
With 7000km of stunning coastline, Queensland is a beach-lover’s paradise, but there’s so much to see and do in this tourist mecca that after you you’re your appetite with these 15 best places, you’ll just want to come back to the Sunshine State for more!
Let’s explore the best places to visit in Queensland:
1. Great Barrier Reef
The Great Barrier Reef is the largest coral reef in the world, and it’s the only living thing visible from space – it’s even larger than the Great Wall of China! The Reef is a UNESCO World Heritage site, and it’s widely considered the jewel in Queensland’s crown.
If you’re visiting Queensland, this extraordinarily beautiful and unique site is a must-see.
Teeming with marine life, it’s a great place to do some scuba or snorkelling, and get some stunning snaps for your Snapchat!