Queensland (abbreviated as Qld) is the second-largest and third-most-populous state in the Commonwealth of Australia. Situated in the north-east of the country, it is bordered by the Northern Territory, South Australia and New South Wales to the west, south-west and south respectively. To the east, Queensland is bordered by the Coral Sea and Pacific Ocean. The state is the world's sixth largest sub-national entity, with an area of 1,852,642 km.
5 based on 188 reviews
BOOKINGS ONLY - MUST HAVE BOOKING Bredl's Wild Farm is located at Bloomsbury Queensland (approximately 1 hours drive from Airli Beach or Mackay) The Bredl family invite you to their property for a unique, Australian, hand's on experience like no other! At no extra cost you will get to hold, pat and feed the animals which include a koala, baby crocs, lizards, snakes, deer, wallabies, possum, cassowaries, emu', pigs, turtles, sheep and much more. You'll be only meters away from the fully grown crocodiles while witnessing them being hand fed.
We had a great time cuddling koala bears, feeding kangaroos, cassowary birds, turtles and handling snakes lizards wambats. We watced the keepers hand feed HUGE crocodiles from the safety of a caged van but it felt like we were in there with them.
We were also impressed by the care the keepers clearly had for their animals. For example the koala ran out of its cage to be petted. All the animals were clearly well cared for.
Well worth the trip to the Wilderness to get there.
5 based on 781 reviews
About a 10-15 walk up to the location, well worth it! Just watch out for flies! Once there you really are taken aback by the sheer beauty. It feels like you're looking at a photoshopped picture! Only downside is was how busy it was but i guess that's to be expected! Would definitely recommend!
5 based on 1 reviews
We walked the 12.5km (one way)from Kingfisher Resort to here and while exhausting the sight of this lake at the end made it worthwhile.The path is well set out and easy to follow. Only walkway 2 is open at the moment. The water is very inviting and starts shallow and becomes quite deep. The sand is so soft - silica sand. It is a touch of paradise. Having a 4WD would be much better and leave more time for exploring. A must visit when on Fraser Island.
5 based on 129 reviews
BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL. Enter an upside down world and meet the real stars of the night! Our personalised tours only run during feeding time 3-6pm, when the bats come down to eye level from their 6 metre-high roost. Eclectic collection of bat art , world-class facilities and bat information set among restful Gardens. Open all year but bookings essential as tour times vary between 3 and 6pm. Entry $20 adult and $10 children.
5 based on 568 reviews
Excellent circular boardwalk allowing view points to main beach, frenchmans beach and the violent Gorge. Kangaroos abound and allow for good photography.
5 based on 555 reviews
A visit to the Historic Village Herberton is like stepping back in time. Showcasing Australia’s rich and diverse history this outdoor pioneer museum is testament to an era that is long gone.Open year round to visitors, the Village collects, preserves and displays fascinating historical exhibits from across Australia. The history of this museum is also closely tied with the township of Herberton and features many priceless antiques as well as buildings that have come from the town’s ancestors.The Village currently has over 50 original buildings that date from Herberton’s foundation years. Walking through the Village, visitors are given a sense of being in a real township complete with chemist, bottle collection, school, bank, grocer’s store, frock salon, toy shop, mechanic, jail and more.
Amazing place! Could of easily spent all day. Spotlessly clean, really enjoyed the banana and honey smoothie from the coffee shopThank you so much for taking time to review the Village. We are glad you enjoyed your visit and one of our delicious smoothies from our coffeeshop!
5 based on 2 reviews
Everyone has Noosa on their list so the place gets overcrowded. The National Park is a great asset and the rangers do a great job in maintaining the area. The headland walk is a must do activity with some amazing scenery.
Boiling Pot and Hells Gate are key attractions along with the beauty of Alexandria Bay. Don’t do this walk without a camera or smartphone!
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4.5 based on 1 reviews
We just love walking along the sand each morning at Mooloolaba Beach. First stop is the little coffee shop (Hustle and Flow) under the Surf Lifesaving Club. A lovely Turmeric latte, a sit on the wall watching all the lifesavers doing there morning routine and general people watching while we finish our drinks. Then it's off down to the waters edge for a walk along the wet sand and out to the spit and back. What a way to start the day.
5 based on 353 reviews
I've spent two days in the Gorge and walked all the tracks and really enjoyed it. Walks are well maintained and easy to follow. You don't really have to walk uphills on any of them, except Boolimba Bluff, but that isn't very difficult either.
Unfortunately, it was very-very hot when I was there, but I started my walks before 6am in the morning and this helped a lot. :)
The fauna is awesome. I've seen lots of animals. They were not afraid of me, I just passed by kangaroos closer than a meter sometimes.
If I can, I will come back with my kids, they will also enjoy it very much.
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