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Situata nel cuore della Grande Barriera Corallina meridionale, la regione di Gladstone nel Queensland ha molto da offrire: dalla pesca, al campeggio, al trekking, allo snorkeling e al surf.
  • Gli atolli corallini nascosti sono letteralmente a due passi. Nuotate con le tartarughe a Heron Island, o fate una crociera a Lady Musgrave Island per fare snorkeling nella tranquillità della laguna corallina, dove si può anche piazzare una tenda e passare la notte!
  • Fate fare un po' di esercizio ai vostri scarponi da trekking ed esplorate il cuore agricolo e minerario della regione: ci si può sbizzarrire con giri in fuoristrada, con passeggiate nel bush e con i trekking nei tantissimi parchi nazionali.
  • Fate quel viaggio per pescare che avete sempre desiderato. Dirigetevi verso l'entroterra in alcuni dei luoghi di pesca d'acqua dolce migliori del Queensland e sperimentate l'emozione di catturare un barramundi o un lutiano argentato o partecipate a un charter e lanciate la lenza nella Grande Barriera Corallina meridionale.  
  • Fermatevi presso una delle comunità costiere tranquille di Gladstone, con belle spiagge adatte alle famiglie e molte attività per tenersi in esercizio, tra cui kayak, snorkeling, surf o sand-boarding.

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1770 LARC! Tours

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For a trip you will never forget, jump aboard the pink LARC - an amphibious craft that will take you for a ride across deserted sandy beaches and pristine estuaries as you make your way to the isolated Bustard Head Lighthouse located within Eurimbula National Park.

Auswalk Walking Holidays

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Auswalk is the pioneer of walking holidays in Australia. On their tours you will walk through national parks, progressing from one accommodation to the next. Your luggage is moved ahead while you walk.

1770 Liquid Adventures

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1770 Liquid Adventures offer guided kayak tours and kayak hire in the picturesque Town of 1770, the birthplace of Queensland. Join 1770 Liquid Adventures on a fully guided sunset kayak adventure around the spectacular 1770 headland and conservation park.

Curtis Ferry Services

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Curtis Ferry Services is the premier tourism operator in Gladstone - the Heart of the Southern Great Barrier Reef. Curtis Ferry Services provides reliable and regular passenger and vehicle services to the Gladstone Harbour Islands - Curtis, Facing and Quoin.

Australian Sunset Safaris

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Picture yourself travelling in a four-wheel drive bus along Fraser Island's beaches and rainforest tracks, swimming in a crystal clear lake with a white sandy bottom. Or how about paddling in a completely transparent kayak over sunken Moreton Island ship wrecks, seeing an abundance of fish and colourful coral through the bottom of your kayak?

Blackmans Gap

Boyne Valley, Gladstone Area
Free Entry
Only a short drive from the Boyne Valley, Blackmans Gap is the ideal spot to cool down on a hot day. This picturesque natural swimming hole features amazing rock formations, quiet secluded rest areas, perfect for that much needed summer fix.

Wistari Wall

Heron Island, Gladstone Area
Wistari Reef is located only one kilometre south of Heron Island and is a popular site for diving. The best dive site on this reef is the brilliant Wistari Wall. This sloping wall drops from 3 metres to 20 metres and is decorated with many lovely corals.

Lilley's Beach

Boyne Island, Gladstone Area
Lilley's Beach is a popular weekend camping spot for locals and tourists alike! Lilley's Beach is a sensitive foreshore area, that is carefully maintained by Boyne Smelter Ltd and Gladstone Regional Council.

Musgrave Dropoff

Lady Musgrave Island, Gladstone Area
On the southern side of Lady Musgrave Island the reef edge drops from 10 metres to 25 metres and forms an amazing wall of coral. Often simply called Musgrave Dropoff, this extensive wall is rarely dived, but you can jump in anywhere along its length and have a great dive.

Pacific Coast Way

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The Pacific Coast Way links coastal havens, hinterland towns, and major cities all along the east coast, from the Gold Coast to Cairns. The Pacific Coast is a 'big' drive. Take your time: the real journey hides just out of sight, ready to be discovered off the highway.
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