the sunshine state


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Home to

over 1000

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nearly 7000 km

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new experiences around every corner

Queensland, Australia, boasts an array of enchanting destinations that cater to every traveler’s taste. The dazzling Gold Coast beckons with its sun-drenched beaches, renowned surfing spots, and lively nightlife. From the iconic Surfers Paradise to the tranquil shores of Burleigh Heads, visitors can soak up the coastal charm and vibrant atmosphere that define this glittering stretch of coastline.

Venturing northward, the Sunshine Coast welcomes visitors with its laid-back vibe, pristine beaches, and lush hinterland. In Noosa, on the Sunshine Coast, gourmet dining, and serene river cruises await amid a backdrop of breathtaking natural beauty. Explore the verdant landscapes of the hinterland, where cascading waterfalls, scenic trails, and charming villages beckon adventurers and nature lovers alike.

For those seeking unparalleled natural wonders, the Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree Rainforest promise unforgettable experiences. Snorkel among technicolor coral gardens, dive with majestic marine life, and cruise through pristine island paradises in the world’s largest coral reef system. Then, journey into the ancient depths of the Daintree, where emerald canopies, hidden waterholes, and rare wildlife unveil the mysteries of one of the planet’s oldest rainforests.

In the heart of the state lies Brisbane, Queensland’s vibrant capital, where modern skyscrapers stand in harmony with historic landmarks and lush riverside parks. Explore the cultural precinct of South Bank, meander along the Brisbane River, and sample the diverse culinary delights of this cosmopolitan city.

From the untamed beauty of the Outback to the cosmopolitan charm of its cities, Queensland invites travelers to embark on a journey of discovery, where every destination promises a new adventure and unforgettable memories.


Tour aaa

full tour experience

39 nights | full tour

From £23,495 pp

Tour MAJ

Join the sea of red

15 nights | 2 tests + 1

From £10,445 pp

Tour jai

Rugby and Reef Special

13 nights | 2 tests

From £12,995 pp


Tour locations

Queensland’s capital, Brisbane, is a cosmopolitan hub for arts, culture and dining, heavy on laid-back charm. Boasting stunning natural assets, clear blue skies all year round and subtropical alfresco lifestyle, Brisbane is an urban metropolis with a relaxed vibe. Brisbane is also Australia’s third-largest city and is home to nearly two and a half million culturally diverse people. Its world-class sporting venues, conference facilities, cruise ship terminal, parklands, cafes, laneways and extensive river walks make Brisbane a vibrant and welcoming, metropolitan city.
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Gold Coast
The Gold Coast is one of Australia’s premier holiday destinations and it’s star attraction is its beaches, including the world-renowned stretch of sand at Surfers Paradise. Beyond the beaches, discover laid-back neighbourhoods, a booming culinary scene, the Gold Coast's famous theme parks, expansive shopping and nightlife opportunities, and a subtropical hinterland for rainforest walks and waterfalls.
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Experience the unparalleled natural beauty of Cairns, where spectacular reefs, ancient rainforests, rich culture, and an alfresco dining scene blend into one. Whether it’s snorkelling through coral gardens, flying over the infinite blues or sailing to tropical islands, there’s an adventure reserved for you on the world’s largest living organism visible from space: the Great Barrier Reef. Breathe in the salt air and explore via boat, snorkel, kayak, helicopter or learn to dive on this world-famous natural wonder.
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The Whitsundays
With 74 idyllic islands – including Hayman, Whitsunday, Daydream, Long, Camp – expansive tropical coastline, and the reef that surrounds it, this is an extraordinary natural paradise where unforgettable memories are forged.    The Whitsundays is in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef, 150km north of Mackay and 200km south of Townsville. The region stretches from Proserpine in the south to Bowen in the north; west from Collinsville and east to Airlie Beach and the Whitsunday islands, an archipelago of green islands and sandy atolls surrounded by tropical blue waters. Whether sailing the turquoise waters on a sailing boat or staying at either a Whitsunday island or a mainland resort, you’re sure to leave rejuvenated. 
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Sunshine Coast
The Sunshine Coast has a wide variety of tourism and leisure experiences ranging from 100km of coastal beaches and waterways to scenic hinterland areas, national parks, world-class resorts, quality restaurants and several attractions.
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