You're good to go time to discover Queensland
The east coast of Australia, as many travelers and locals know, is THE world-class region of Australia. This amazing coast is home to some of the most famous backpacking trails in the world, internationally known World-Heritage sites, incredibly diverse geography, and many must-visit destinations. The east coast is formed by three different states. All the way up to the north lies Queensland, under QLD is New South Wales, and at the bottom we have Victoria.
The “Sunshine State” or generally known as Queensland is Australia’s second-largest state and offers an astonishing variety of tourist sites and activities for its visitors. The state is home to over 14 mesmerizing holiday destinations such as The Great Barrier Reef, Cairns, Whitsundays Islands, Fraser Island, and Daintree Rainforest to name a few. Besides its incredible variety of locations, QLD also offers over 200 national parks, five World-Heritage listed sites, more than 1,000 ecosystems, Native Australian wild and marine life, epic and unique experiences, and more!
Queensland covers an area of 1,727,000 square kilometers. This makes the state almost 5 times as big as Japan and 7 times as big as the UK. You can imagine that with such a huge site there are countless spots to visit and an endless amount of activities to do. This can make it a bit overwhelming to pick your location. That is why I will address some of the absolute must-visit gems of Queensland in this helpful travel blog!