Koalas

Le Queensland a la chance d’être l’un des deux seuls Etats d’Australie offrant la possibilité de faire un câlin à un koala ! Une expérience animale parmi les plus emblématiques (et attendrissantes) au monde.

Les zoos et sanctuaires ne manquent pas pour vous rapprocher au plus près de ces adorables boules de poils et de prendre un « selfie » avec un koala que vous pourrez ensuite montrer à vos amis.

Si vous voulez observer ces gros dormeurs dans la nature, voilà une liste d’endroits à visiter :

  • le long des chemins de randonnée du Parc national de Noosa sur la Sunshine Coast.
  • le Daisy Hill Koala Park de Brisbane est une réserve naturelle où les koalas sont chez eux.
  • Magnetic Island, au large de Townsville, accueille la plus grande colonie sauvage de koalas du Queensland. Rendez-vous à Forts Walk, le meilleur endroit de l’île pour les voir.

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Tonys Tropical Tours

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Tony's Tropical Tours is more than just a day tour. Offering a full days personal experience travelling as a small group to the Daintree Rainforest, Mossman Gorge, Cape Tribulation and for the adventurous a four wheel drive journey to the largest accessible waterfall - The Bloomfield Falls.

Yongala Dive

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Yongala Dive is a PADI Dive Resort offering a full range of Dive Courses, Dive Lodge and Day Trips to one of the world's top dive sites- the historic S.S. Yongala Wreck. In 1911 it sank without trace in a tragic cyclonic event.

Spirit Of Freedom

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The tropical waters of the Great Barrier Reef harbour an ecosystem rich in marine diversity and exquisite natural beauty. Join Spirit of Freedom for your choice of a three, four, or seven night expedition to world renowned diving destinations of the Cod Hole, Ribbon Reefs, and Osprey Reef in the Coral Sea.

Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary

Fig Tree Pocket, Brisbane Area
From AU$36 - 36
Recognised by the Guinness Book of World Records, Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary is the world's first and largest koala sanctuary, with over 90 years of experience and 130 koalas. In both 2015 and 2018, Lone Pine was inducted into the Trip Advisor Hall of Fame, for consistent 'excellent' guest reviews.

Raging Thunder Adventures

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Raging Thunder Adventures is one of the largest adventure companies in Australia. They have a reputation for excellence and have established themselves as a World Leader in Adventure Tourism. For a truly memorable experience, try a balloon flight at dawn over the Atherton Tablelands.

Jungle Surfing Canopy Tours

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Jungle Surfing takes you into the beating heart of the Daintree Rainforest on a guided zipline experience through five tree platforms and the world's first Human Hamster Wheel cable lift. The platforms range in height from 7-16 metres above the ground and showcase every level of the rainforest canopy.

Southern Cross 4WD Tours Gold Coast

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Southern Cross 4WD Tours offers a range of Gold Coast Tours to experience the beautiful Gold Coast Hinterland and surrounds. Travelling in their Luxury Mercedes four wheel drive vehicles and visiting exclusive country venues.

Adventure Moreton Island

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Adventure Moreton Island offers adventure packed getaways to Tangalooma Island Resort. Explore the third largest sand island in the world with a one day or overnight package and enjoy full use of the resort facilities while you are on the island.

Fraser Island Cool Dingo Tours

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Cool Dingo Tours offer the ultimate action-packed adventure, exploring the world's largest sand island with 18 to 35's from all over the globe. Get off the beaten track, meet fellow travellers and have authentic experiences with local guides, as they showcase the World Heritage surrounds.

Canyon Flyer Guided Zipline Tour

North Tamborine, Scenic Rim Area
The Canyon Flyer guided zipline tour is Australia’s largest, highest and fastest guided zipline tour that consists of seven Huge Zip Lines spanning 1.5 kilometres that cross Cedar Creek Gorge multiple times before dropping into the gorge and flying just above the tree top canopy below.
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