Journeys and Itineraries

Queensland is teeming with alluring landscapes, glistening coastline, and animated towns and cities. This vast state is awash with adventures bound to delight, whether you’re journeying on foot, jumping behind the wheel or heading out to sea.
  • Lace up your walking shoes and make the most of Queensland’s stunning great outdoors. From the Great Walks that delve deep into our magnificent National Parks, to easier strolls up to picturesque lookouts and short climbs down to natural swimming holes, there’s sure to be a trail to suit your walking style.
  • Take your campervan through the lush green country, cruise along the coast in a convertible, or steer a 4WD along red dirt-road tracks; Queensland is jam-packed with on-road and off-road driving adventures to suit every traveller.
  • Swimming with sharks, surfing when the swell is up or rafting through raging rapids are sure-fire ways to get your adrenaline soaring. Or you might prefer to slow things down as you float alongside huge turtles or snorkel over colourful coral reefs. Whatever floats your boat, you can find it on the lakes, rivers and oceans that are the lifeblood of our great state.

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Bowenia Rainforest Circuit

Byfield, Livingstone Area
One of the prettiest walking trails in the Byfield State Forest - the Bowenia Rainforest Circuit offers you the chance to stroll amongst ancient cycads and tall turpentine trees. You'll see glimpses of crystal clear creeks and be able to stop for a break at one of several recreation areas along the track.

Governors Chair lookout track, Main Range National Park

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Perched high on the edge of a cliff face, this large rock was reportedly a popular resting spot for early Queensland governors when their journeys took them through Spicers Gap. Originally known as Governors Rock, the name changed to Governors Chair in 1854 in honour of Sir Charles Fitzroy—the then Governor-General of the Australian colony.

Gourmet Country and Outback

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This drive serves up a virtual smorgasbord of experiences. Discover gourmet food and wine in the spectacular Granite Belt Region. The captivating scenery and stunning natural attractions along the route are a truly visual feast.

Forts walk, Magnetic Island National Park

Townsville, Townsville Area
One of the most popular tracks on Magnetic Island National Park, the Forts walk leads to fascinating historic WWII fortifications and infrastructure. Starting on Horseshoe Bay Road at the turn-off to Radical Bay, the track ascends, sometimes steeply, to follow a ridge behind the bays before arriving at the ruins of the Forts complex operated during World War II.

Bunya Mountains Getaway

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Escape to the picturesque Bunya Mountains National Park, where pristine rainforest and ancient bunya pines await. Relax in your cosy, self-contained chalet, breathe in stunning views and explore the many rainforest walks.

Great Tropical Drive

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Explore palm-fringed beaches, ancient rainforests and the golden outback on a self-drive tour taking in the highlights of North Queensland. With 26 different routes to follow, the Great Tropical Drive takes you to some of Australia's best-known tropical attractions including the Great Barrier Reef, Daintree rainforest, Hinchinbrook Island and the Undara Lava Tubes.

Sun, Surf and Sand - Blissful Beaches in Mackay

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Blessed with an abundance of breathtaking tropical shoreline, Mackay’s Northern Beaches are the perfect day-trip destination to soak up the sun, surf and sand. The Northern Beaches feature beautiful stretches of golden sand and warm waters to enjoy a dip in the ocean.

Airlie Beach to Cedar Creek Falls

Conway Beach, Whitsunday Area
For a memorable half-day outing, jump in the car and head out to Cedar Creek Falls. Only 30 minutes from Airlie Beach, you will travel past picturesque cane fields and scenic landscape to the secluded natural fresh waterhole in the Whitsunday Coast hinterland.

Stars, Parks and Legends Drive

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Take the Stars, Parks and Legends self drive tour and discover the wonder of the night skies at Charleville's Cosmos Centre. Visit the Boulder Opal town of Quilpie with its opal fossicking and displays, Powerhouse Museum and River Walk.

Bag a Barra in the Heart of the City – The Rockhampton Barra Trail

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Anglers meet Rockhampton, the new barramundi hotspot. Formally known as the beef capital of Australia, Rockhampton’s Fitzroy River is also steaming with a variety of fish species, dominated by barramundi.
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