Visitor Information Centres

When holidaying in Queensland, keep an eye out for the blue and yellow information sign. The teams at accredited visitor information centres have a wealth of local knowledge and can give you friendly advice on where to stay, what to do and help book you accommodation and activities. Drop in for maps, brochures and easy information access on the go.
  

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Cardwell Visitor and Heritage Centre

Cardwell, Cassowary Coast Area
Cardwell Visitor and Heritage Centre is located on the Bruce Highway at the address is 53 Victoria Street, Cardwell. Heading North into Cardwell turn left into Balliol Street for plenty of parking. This is a historic precinct set in the old 'Cardwell Telegraph and Post Office' (now known as the Bush Telegraph) which was built in 1870 and is one of the oldest buildings in North Queensland.

Redlands Coast Visitor Information Centre

Cleveland,
For information on places to discover, things to see and do, where to stay and what’s on - visit the new Redlands Coast Visitor Information Centre at Raby Bay Harbour. Their friendly staff will enlighten you with intriguing stories of the hidden treasures and little adventures on Redlands Coast, South-east Queensland’s gateway to a whole new world of coastal discovery.

Kuranda Visitor Information Centre

Kuranda,
The Kuranda Visitor Information Centre is located at Centenary Park, Therwine Street, in Kuranda and staffed by a team of skilled and knowledgeable volunteers seven days a week 364 days a year. The Centre stocks information on the rainforest, wildlife, National Parks and Wet Tropics areas around the region as well as a retail space showcasing locally made products and works by local artists.

Hervey Bay Visitor Information Centre

Hervey Bay, Fraser Coast Area
The Hervey Bay Visitor Information Centre is located on the corner of Hervey Road and Urraween Road in Hervey Bay. This accredited visitor information centre offers a one stop shop for travel information including maps, brochures, and itineraries.

Tiaro Visitor Information Centre

Maryborough, Fraser Coast Area
The Fraser Coast is a region rich in diversity, with endless attractions and options for you to experience whilst on holiday. To effectively plan and to get the most out of your holiday in the Fraser Coast, you ideally need to know and experience everything that is on offer in their stunning region.

Stanthorpe Visitor Information Centre

Stanthorpe, Southern Downs Area
The Stanthorpe Visitor Information Centre provides a diverse range of information and assistance to visitors travelling throughout the Stanthorpe and Granite Belt area. The centre sells souvenirs, local products and provides free WIFI internet access.

Goondiwindi Regional Visitor Information Centre

Goondiwindi, Goondiwindi Area
The Goondiwindi Regional Visitor information Centre provides information for visitors on local attractions and events, accommodation and places to eat in their region. Goondiwindi is located in a prime position on the border of Queensland and New South Wales.

Brisbane Airport (International) Visitor Information Centre

Brisbane Airport, Brisbane Area
Step off the plane and visit the welcoming team of the Brisbane International Airport Visitor Information Centre (VIC). Located in the heart of the Arrivals Level Two, their friendly, professional and experienced staff can help you with a variety of information ranging from the basic 'Which way to the bus stop?

Parkyn Hut Visitor Information Centre

Tewantin, Noosa Area
This Accredited Visitor Information Centre offers maps, brochures and historical information of the Noosa region and surrounds. It is staffed by knowledgeable locals and free, friendly advice can be given on things to do, for example The Magnificent Noosa North Shore and entrance to the Cooloola Great Sandy Region including Teerwah Coloured Sands and surrounding National Park, pristine beaches and 104 kilometres of great walking trails, day trips to Natural Heritage Listed Fraser Island, local water sports, fishing, boating and safe swimming, choices of markets providing local produce and crafts.

Ipswich Visitor Information Centre

Ipswich City, Ipswich Area
The Ipswich Visitor Information Centre is an award winning tourist centre and is home to passionate volunteers who have over 1,200 years combined experience living and working in Ipswich. They know Ipswich better than anyone and are available seven days a week to assist visitors to our region.
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