Surfers Paradise

Australia's Gold Coast is renowned for its patrolled beaches, vibrant Cavill Avenue and skyscraper skyline viewed from 77 floors above.

The modern foreshore is bustling throughout the day with walkers, cyclists and skateboarders taking advantage of this beachfront boulevard vista overlooking the surf and sand. Like the Surfers Paradise of yesteryear, beachside shopping, dining, bars and clubs continually offer the complete holiday experience all in one compact destination package.

Carve time out for shopping and cafe-hopping along Cavill Avenue with a stroll along the Main Beach promenade. Be seen dining at an award winning restaurant and alfresco bar and later at the beachfront night markets.

Treat your loved one in a self-contained luxury apartment with views of the coast and hinterland or spoil the kids at a family fun resort. Don't forget to pack your dancing shoes with the hottest nightclubs, pubs and bars all within a two-kilometre radius.

Surfers Paradise
Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

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Muckadilla

Muckadilla, Maranoa Area
Travel some 40 kilometres west of Roma, along the Warrego Highway and discover the whistlestop town of Muckadilla, or 'Mucka' as the locals call it. Once home to the famous Muckadilla Baths, this town may lack the bustle of bigger towns, but not the hospitality.

Roma's Largest Bottle Tree

Roma, Maranoa Area
Free Entry
Roma's largest bottle tree, which has the incredible girth of 9.51 metres, a height of six metres and a crown of 20 metres, was transplanted by Roma Town Council to its present location from a local property in 1927.

Roma Bush Gardens

Roma, Maranoa Area
Free Entry
Encompassing the picturesque Railway Dam, this leisurely walk is a must for enthusiast of the Australian bush. The 14 hectare gardens showcase eleven vegetation communities local to the Roma region, including Brigalow, Coolibah and Mulga.

Wallumbilla

Wallumbilla, Maranoa Area
Wallumbilla is situated five hours travel from Brisbane, just east of Roma and has a population of approximately 320 residents. If you stop for freshly baked scones with jam and cream at Wallumbilla's Calico Cottage and Visitor Information Centre, you're sure to meet a local who will happily give you the rundown on what to see and do in town.

Roma

Roma,
Only 350 kilometres north-west of Toowoomba, Roma is sometimes referred to as the 'gateway to the outback'. Home to the southern hemisphere's largest sale yards, visitors can get a feel for the outback by perching on a fence or taking a coveted possie on the viewing platform to watch the action at Roma Saleyards.
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