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Postcards from Hamilton Island

During our week travelling through Tropical North Queensland and the Whitsundays, we spent a few days in Airlie Beach so that we could visit some of the Whitsundays islands. 244 more words


Big Crystal Creek & Horseshoe Bay

We had two days to get South in time for our tour of the Whitsundays and most of the time we’d be driving. However, unlike the outback, we actually had a couple of hours to spare and decided to find a couple of spots sourced from our new best friend: WikiCamps. 313 more words


Paluma Range and Crystal Creek

Located just one hour north of Townsville, Paluma is a rainforest sanctuary where locals and visitors alike can relax. There are lookouts and walking pathways at Paluma. 57 more words

Queens Gardens

The Botanical Queens Gardens has been iconic to Townsville since 1870. With its own collections of tropical trees, succulents and roses, it’s a delightful place for a picnic. 40 more words

Castle Hill Lookout

A popular monolith among Townsvillians, Castle Hill has lookouts to give you a rounded view of our the beautiful city. During the day, you can see all the way out to Cleveland Bay. 60 more words

Cape Tribulation: The Only Place in the World...

Cape Tribulation in Tropical North Queensland is the only place in the world where two World Heritage Listed Sites collide. It’s not every day you get to visit a place that is truly the only kind in its category, so walking along the beach at “Cape Trib” was pretty special. 171 more words