Cose da vedere e da fare

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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Quoin Island Retreat and Turtle Rehabilitation Centre

Gladstone, Gladstone Area
Quoin Island Retreat is an exclusive island event venue, catering to weddings, conferences, parties and events from corporate to social and school / social groups. With dedicated conference facilities, accommodation and purpose built team building activities, Quoin Island will do what it takes to make your event vision a reality.

Coral Canyons

Heron Island, Gladstone Area
A maze of deep gutters is just one of the highlights of diving the Coral Canyons. This dive site off Heron Island has countless gutters cutting in and out of the reef in depth from 15 metres to 20 metres.

Gladstone Regional Gallery and Museum

Gladstone, Gladstone Area
Free Entry
The Gladstone Regional Art Gallery and Museum was established in 1985 and is a community cultural initiative funded by the Gladstone Regional Council. It is dedicated to promoting art and heritage for and by the communities of the Gladstone Region and Central Queensland, acting as a focal point for the preservation and display of the region's history and cultural heritage.

Musgrave Channel

Lady Musgrave Island, Gladstone Area
For those after a fast-paced drift dive at Lady Musgrave Island then try a dive through the Musgrave Channel. Best done on the incoming tide, so you end up in the lagoon, this channel is a sensational dive and only 13 metres deep.

East Shores Precinct

Gladstone, Gladstone Area
Free Entry
The East Shores Precinct is Gladstone's newest place to play! Whether you'd like to walk the dog, have a picnic on the grass, enjoy the views from the top of Auckland Point Hill, East Shores has it all!

Lake Awoonga

Benaraby, Gladstone Area
Free Entry
Whether you're looking for a place to splash, fish or relax Lake Awoonga is a nature lover's paradise. The Lake is stocked with Barra, Saratoga and Sea Mullet. If you happen to reel in a Mangrove Jack consider yourself lucky as they're a rare find.

Boyne Valley Historical Society

Ubobo, Gladstone Area
Free Entry
The Boyne Valley Historical Society Cottage was opened in 1988 and was formed by a group of enthusiastic volunteers with a desire to preserve the vast history of the Boyne Valley, which dates back to the 1870s, when gold and copper mining put the Valley on the map, followed by the settlers who pioneered industries such as cattle grazing, farm produce, dairying and a thriving timber and saw-milling industry, which still exists today.

Spinnaker Park

Callemondah, Gladstone Area
Free Entry
Award winning Spinnaker Park was officially opened in 2001 by the Gladstone Ports Corporation, the park has become the premier recreation area of Gladstone City. Two and a half kilometres of educational walking tracks along the ocean wall, through native wetlands and ponds makes the park excellent for walking, riding or rollerblading.

Heron Harbour

Heron Island, Gladstone Area
Almost every diver that visits Heron Island ends up snorkelling or diving Heron Harbour. This man-made harbour allows boat access to the island, but also attracts a surprising amount of marine life that is clearly visible from the jetty.

Hole In The Wall

Heron Island, Gladstone Area
Fortunately there is a lot more to see than a Hole In The Wall at this dive site at Heron Island. Located north of the harbour, this dive site has coral walls, gutters, caves and ledges to explore in depths to 20 metres.
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