Boating & Sailing

Queensland can be an overachiever when it comes to boating, showing off with favourable conditions, plenty of fish biting, and World Heritage-hugging waterways. Whether you travel by yacht, houseboat, cruiser or tall ship, there’s a boatload of offshore spots to explore.

  • Hire a bareboat in the Whitsunday islands where you’re the skipper and your family and friends are the crew - you choose your destinations and anchorages every day!  
  • Float along the Great Sandy Strait on a houseboat with all the luxuries of the family home.
  • Jump in a tinnie and putt peacefully along Caloundra’s Pumicestone Passage, fishing rod in hand.
  • Charter a yacht to explore the Gold CoastSunshine CoastSouthern Great Barrier Reef or Whitsundays.
  • Dose up on romance and relaxation in Tropical North Queensland and join a luxury cruise bound for the Great Barrier Reef. 
  • Hop on a jet boat and make a splash on the Gold Coast if you’re feeling the need for speed.
  • Cruise along World Heritage listed Fraser Island, spot dolphins in Tin Can Bay, or cast a line along the Noosa River.
  • Head north for a once-in-a-lifetime group trip in the Whitsundays - whether you’re a keen sailor, or just eager to feel wind in your hair (or champagne in your hand)!

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Natural Sciences Loop

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It has it all; birds, opals, fossicking, fossils, starry night skies, rivers, geology, lakes, billabongs, artesian waters, bilbies and the famous Dig Tree. It's natural history and heritage all rolled into one.

Capricorn Coast and Great Keppel Island Drive Itinerary

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The bustling hub of Rockhampton boasts authentic and easy going country hospitality, as well as cosmopolitan shopping, fine dining and a wide range of entertainment options and nightlife. The Capricorn Coast is exciting, diverse and breathtakingly beautiful.

Bundaberg North Burnett Region Dams

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Barramundi, Saratoga, Bass, Golden Perch and Silver Perch are just some of the fishy friends (or future meals) you may encounter by throwing a line in one of the region's four major dams - Lake Cania, Lake Wuruma, Paradise Dam and Lake Monduran.

Northern Moreton Bay Tourist Drive

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Driving at your own pace is a great way to explore the beach and bayside peninsulas. All with their own personalities and remarkable settings, the coastal villages offer warm and friendly surroundings, great for relaxing.

Whitsunday Ngaro Sea Trail, Whitsunday Islands National Park

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Discover your own slice of tropical paradise on the Whitsunday Ngaro Sea Trail, a unique blend of seaways and picturesque walks across Whitsunday, South Molle and Hook islands. Pack up the boat or sea kayak and head off to explore this timeless landscape.

5 Family Friendly Beaches In One Day

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Bundaberg offers some of the most pristine beaches to be found on Queensland's coastline. There is something for every member of the family - swimming and playground for the kids, fishing for Dad and beautiful scenery to relax in for Mum.

Double Head Track

Rosslyn, Livingstone Area
With glorious views of Rosslyn Bay Harbour, the Keppel Bay islands and the Byfield Ranges - it would be a good idea to pack your camera for this walk. Located in the Double Head section of the Capricorn Coast National Park, this trail is sometimes called the Fan Rock Track or Rosslyn Bay Lookout track by locals.

Back Roads to Winton Drive

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Begin your journey in Longreach in Queensland's heartland then follow the scenic back roads to Winton via Lochern National Park, Stonehenge and Jundah. Follow the Lochern Habitat Drive and explore the 20 kilometres of Thomson River frontage.

Gin Gin Day Trip

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This historical town, about 50 kilometres from Bundaberg, is peppered with trees, flowers and picnic beaches and is renowned as an international fishing destination with nearby Lake Monduran. This delightful drive route takes in the Mystery Craters near South Kolan and explores Lake Monduran before heading on to Gin Gin, Goodnight Scrub National Park, and Wallaville.

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.
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Hamilton Island Marina