There’s a lot that makes Queensland stand out from other states – the seafood, incredible hiking trails and of course, the one and only Great Barrier Reef. Here are 12 more breathtaking natural wonders in Queensland.
If you live in South East Queensland, chances are you are well aware of this incredible natural wonder on Fraser Island. The island boasts many crystal clear lakes but Lake Mackenzie stands out, it holds only rainwater. It has to be seen to be believed.
About 110km north of Cairns, this stunning Cape has some incredible walking tracks and is home to some extremely rare fauna. Try one of the eco lodges for an authentic experience.
Situated in the Great Barrier Reef, Lady Elliot Island is surrounded by what’s known as a ‘Green Zone’, home to some incredible and colourful marine and reef life.
This jaw-dropping tropical rainforest in Northern Queensland will make you feel like you’ve stepped straight onto the set of Survivor.
Take the family for a dip in these stunning blue pools at the base of the Zoe Falls in Hinchinbrooke, Queensland.
A well known diving and snorkeling destination, Morton is just off the coast of East Brisbane and is Brisbane’s own little stretch of paradise. Aqua waters, white sands, shipwrecks – the perfect day trip any time of the year.
Carnarvon Gorge is a huge 30km long and 600m deep at its mouth. Take a sleeping bag and camp in the Caranavon National Park before hiking to the Gorge. It’s a sight you won’t forget.
Surrounded by stunning wildlife and beautiful forests, Lake Eacham is of volcanic origin placed on the Atherton Tableland (the Wet Tropics) in North Queensland.