Great Barrier Reef & Tropical North Queensland Rainforests

Tropical North Queensland


There’s no place on Earth like Tropical North Queensland, surrounded by reef, wrapped in rainforest, and circled by the red-dirt Outback. Here you’ll discover the world’s largest rainforest. The Wet Tropics dates back to when dinosaurs roamed the Earth. Find rare plants, birds, and animals you can’t find anywhere else. On the Atherton Tablelands, discover waterfall after waterfall, and witness where two World Heritage sites meet (rainforest and reef) at Cape Tribulation and Mission Beach.

Great Barrier Reef


The blinding blues and greens of the Great Barrier Reef—a UNESCO world heritage site—run parallel with the Queensland shoreline for 1,600 miles. As one of the seven wonders of the world, this is a top spot for snorkeling and diving. Here, underwater adventurers will glimpse majestic sea life and vibrant hues, created by more than 400 species of fish and coral.

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