Queensland Tourist Guide

Queensland Accommodation, Things to Do, Attractions and Events

Queensland is the second-largest and the third most populated state in Australia. Situated in the North-East, Queensland expanse, mean the state has many satellite cities with good populations which are major spots where the states major tourist attraction will be found. Bordered by the Coral Sea and the Pacific Ocean, Queensland gives the visitor the blue beaches and distant horizon views that most seek in a holiday, some such view can be found when visiting the Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area which will leave you view of a lifetime.

Travel Queensland

When you travel Queensland you will find several diverse and enticing destinations with their own unique attractions and things to do. Destinations, like the Gold Coast Gold Coast. If you are a beach lover, Gold Coast is your ultimate destination in Australia. Situation towards the southern side of Brisbane, Gold Coast offers miles of white sand beaches such as Surfers Paradise, Southport, Nobby, and Coolangatta. Tropical North Queensland Stretching from Mission Beach in the south to the Torres Strait in the north, Tropical North Queensland is a rugged and remarkable region where the rainforest meets the reef. Explore the lush Wet Tropics, visit the ancient Daintree Rainforest or discover the underwater wonders of the Great Barrier Reef. To travel Queensland is to follow the sun.


Brisbane, Queensland capital, sits on the Brisbane River. You can explore this city by taking a cruise of the river or just stroll through the beautiful parks and outdoor spaces, each scene shares a different, enthralling story. Famous for its all year-round sunny weather, riverside gardens and man-made beaches. Brisbane coastline is dotted with idyllic islands like Moreton Island, the third largest sand island in the world and North Stradbroke Island. Brisbane hosts dynamic arts events, Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of modern Art, live music at The Triffid and Leftys old time music hall. Apart from the city lights, Brisbane has many restaurants serving different cuisine. From fine dining restaurants to takeaways and eateries, they have a vast range of delicacies to offer its tourists. Southbank being a popular location where you can relish your soul with the exotic taste of various cuisines. Some of the must-visit tourist spots in Brisbane also include the Story Bridge, Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane River

Seasons and Climate in Queensland

Queensland climate varies across the state, with the weather in the north much tropical humid and hotter than the south of the state. The Summer months experience the highest rainfall and can also be accompanied by thunderstorms and the occasional tropical cyclone in northern tropical regions. (December to February), Autumn in FNQ is the time to cool off and recover from the hot wet season. The difference between autumn and summer is slight in the north, but the cooler temperatures are more noticeable in the southern parts of Queensland (March to May), the winter months is generally regarded as the most pleasant in every sense of the word - low rainfall, comfortable temperatures during the day, and cool nights. The days are sunny, and even though this is the coldest time of the year, it remains hotter than many places around the world in summer. (June to August) and the spring months are very similar to the autumn months. Locals start preparing themselves for the ensuing rainy season as each day becomes steadily hotter and hotter. (September to November)

Whats On in Queensland

Whats on in Queensland, well If you are a yachty, bringing together the excitement of competitive sailing and community events, along with the ambience of Magnetic Island each August/September, Magnetic Island Race Week offers an experience to remember. With top notch racing, live bands and partying galore, the shore side program of this annual regatta is sure to leave you wanting more year after year.

Places of Attraction of Queensland Tourist Guide