Townsville is so underrated

Tucked between Cairns and the Whitsundays you’ll find the colourful town of Townsville. The gateway to many spots in Tropical North Queensland, this cool, quirky

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Port Douglas: A Tropical Oasis

For many years Port Douglas has been one of my most treasured trips when my parents visited from Ireland, and even more so after Conor proposed here. With two wonders of the world right on its doorstep there’s no doubt why it is one of the most unique destinations in Australia.

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North Stradbroke Island: A Must Visit

It’s known for its incredible natural landscapes including cliffs, beaches, forests, and of course Aussie wildlife. The second largest sand island in the world after Fraser Island. 38km long and 11km wide making is super easy to access. Lovingly known as ‘Straddie’ to the locals, North Stradbroke is one of Queensland’s best kept secrets.

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Noosa: Queenslands Hidden Gem

Noosa is home to a blissful tropical climate, making it the perfect destination all year round. The hottest time of the year is from December to February making it quite humid and the chance of rainfall very possible.

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Magnetic Island: All You Need To Know

Magnetic Island, affectionately known as Maggie Island by the locals is one of Queensland’s best kept secrets. 320 days of sunshine each year, endless hiking trails, epic marine life and an abundance of wildlife.

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Tips For Exploring Great Keppel Island

One of Queensland’s most underrated island getaways. Great Keppel Island has clear tropical waters, abundant wildlife and over 17 white sandy beaches to choose from. Whether you’re planning a day trip or an extended stay on Great Keppel Island, this blog will help you organise your trip.

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K’Gari/Fraser Island: Must See + Do

A bucket list destination for all adventure seekers. Home to stunning lakes, massive sand dunes and spectacular scenery Fraser Island has so much more to offer that Instagrammable sights and attractions.

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Cairns: The Adventure Capital of Australia

The adventure capital of Australia. Where two UNESCO World Heritage sites meet; the Great Barrier Reef and The Daintree Rainforest. If you’re planning a visit to Far North Queensland keep reading, I’ve got you covered.

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