Popular Accommodations in Queensland
- Diving the Great Barrier Reef
- Shopping and sightseeing in Brisbane
- Whitsunday Islands
- Wild Kangaroos
Most popular in Queensland
Prices and availability
Vacation rentals in Queensland
Those who spend their holidays in the wild northeast of Australia will find what they are looking for, especially in the capital Brisbane. In the heart of the modern metropolis, you will find everything a holidaymaker could wish for, thanks to a wide selection ranging from apartments to modern family holiday homes. Even away from Brisbane, most holiday accommodation is concentrated on the picturesque coastline, where you'll find towns such as Townsville, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, Cairns, Toowoomba, Rockhampton and Bundaberg. Individualists and adventurers can also book a vacation rental in the heart of the Outback.
Holidays in Queensland
Travelers and Activities
Queensland is the place to be for nature lovers, backpackers and adventurers. In addition to the metropolises, breathtaking nature awaits you that is unparalleled in terms of diversity. An absolute highlight is of course the coast with the offshore Great Barrier Reef. Take a snorkeling trip and immerse yourself in a world full of corals, colourful sea anemones and lively fish. And if that's not enough adrenaline for you, you'll be in close contact with white sharks in the diving cage. But also on land there are highlights such as jeep tours through the sand dunes of the desert, rambles through the rainforest with its spectacular waterfalls and encounters with the dreaded saltwater crocodiles.
Things to know
In principle, the seasons in Queensland to the north are not as pronounced as in the south of Australia. Accordingly, a trip to Brisbane and Co all year round is a good idea. But those who want to avoid the big heat of the Australian summer can book their apartment or apartment between April and October.
Queensland is about five times the size of Germany.
Top 3 travel tips
Even if you set up camp elsewhere, a trip to Brisbane is part of every holiday in Queensland. Let yourself be enchanted by the relaxed flair of the metropolis and visit sights such as the Museum of Brisbane, the Queensland Cultural Centre and the Brisbane Planetarium.2. Make a sailing trip to the Whitsunday Islands
Snow-white sand, palm trees waving in the gentle wind, crystal-clear water and solitude as far as the eye can see. These are the ingredients from which a real tropical paradise is created. During a sailing trip to the Whitsunday Islands this South Sea dream becomes reality.3. Meet wild kangaroos
You cannot leave Queensland without visiting the Australian heraldic animals. It's a good thing that the bright marsupials can be found almost everywhere in the wild. While adventurers at the Daintree Rainforest go in search of very special kangaroos, romantics keep the animals company at sunset at Cape Hillsborough.