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Paronella Park North Queensland Voted #1

Paronella Park

Back in 1913 a man called Jose Paronella had a dream of building a castle in a virgin forest alongside Mena Creek, and by 1935 his dream had been realised. A magnificent castle with grand staircase, lakeside tunnels and bridges, picnic areas and...
Australia zoo giraffes Voted #2

Australia Zoo at the Sunshine Coast

The Crocodile Hunter's Australia Zoo is on the beautiful Sunshine Coast. Australia Zoo offers unique and exciting experiences with a full day of wildlife action and adventure. With 14 shows daily, you can get your adrenalin pumping as you watch...
Shipwreck on Fraser Island Voted #3

Take a trip to Fraser Island

Wind down your window and throw away your normal city roads and suburban worries. Fraser Island will teach you all about wide open pristine spaces, unspoilt beauty, lush rainforests, stunning freshwater lakes and the exhilaration of driving on sand...
Surfing in Agnes Water Voted #4

Agnes Water

Grab your board and get ready to get active at Agnes Water!  Boasting the state’s most northern surf beach, the town is a haven for watersports like surfing, kayaking and kite surfing.  As the big sister of the twin seaside towns...
Biloela Voted #5


Biloela is a growing rural town with a very diverse agricultural industry including cotton, sorghum, wheat, herbs and spices. The cattle industry is thriving with the largest number of cattle of any Shire in Queensland. The Town is the centre of the...
Avocados, Blackbutt Voted #6


The distinctive song of the bellbird can be heard in the natural surrounds of Blackbutt, a pretty town, rich in history and heritage and framed by native flora and mountain views. Bushwalkers, cyclists and horse riders can use the Blackbutt Rail...
Bundaberg Rum Distillery Voted #7


Bundaberg is a thriving Central Queensland city boasting the perfect mix of coastline and country; from funky beachside bars and cafés at beautiful Bargara, gourmet local produce and surrounding vineyards, to the picturesque hiking trails of...
Wine tasting in Childers Voted #8


Childers is the beating heart of the regional food bowl and can trace its well-earned reputation back to the 1800s, when it was little more than a sleepy sugar cane settlement with a big future.  The area is still famous for its old-world charm...
Chinchilla Voted #9


Famous for its melons and a renowned spot for fishing, bushwalking and camping, the colourful town of Chinchilla is an easy 81 kilometre drive west of Dalby along the Warrego Way.Having once produced 25% of the country’s watermelons, rockmelons...
Dalby Voted #10


A taste of life as it used to be is what’s in store when you stay a while in Dalby, an easy 85 kilometres west of Toowoomba along the Warrego Way. It’s just the place to discover tranquil country landscapes, a well-preserved heritage...

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