Nature and Wildlife

Great Barrier Reef

Stretching over 2,300 kilometres along the coast of North Queensland, the Great Barrier Reef is a vibrant ecosystem that is teeming with marine life. You can go snorkelling or scuba diving to explore coral gardens, encounter tropical fish, and even spot sea turtles.

Daintree Rainforest

You can also visit the Daintree Rainforest that is located north of Cairns and has lush foliage, towering trees, and crystal-clear streams that create a breathtaking backdrop. Go on a guided tour or venture along the numerous walking trails to discover rare plant species.

Wet Tropics

The Wet Tropics World Heritage Area is a haven for nature lovers as it offers an incredible array of plant and animal species. Here you can trek through misty mountains, swim in pristine waterfalls, and encounter tree kangaroos, platypuses, and vibrant birds.

Magnetic Island

Located just offshore from Townsville, the stunning natural landscape Magnetic Island is home to a range of eucalyptus woodlands, rocky shores, and secluded beaches. You can explore the national park here and spot koalas taking a nap or watch rock wallabies hopping among boulders.

Atherton Tablelands

Visit the fertile plateau that is located southwest of Cairns and is known as The Atherton Tablelands. Here you can witness a diverse landscape of rolling hills, volcanic craters, and stunning waterfalls, discover the Curtain Fig Tree, or visit crater lakes like Lake Barrine.

Undara Lava Tubes

North Queensland is also home to the Undara Lava Tubes which is an ancient geological formation created by volcanic activity. You should go on a guided tour to witness the natural wonders preserved within these passages that stretch for kilometres with impressive lava formations.

Witness A Plethora Of Gentle Sea
Creatures And Diverse Flora And Fauna

Sea Turtles

Witness the incredible sight of these gentle sea turtles laying their eggs or watch hatchlings make their way to the sea

Diverse Birdlife

Spot colourful species like the golden bowerbird and the striking blue Ulysses butterfly

Freshwater Life

Take a dip in crystal-clear waters and keep an eye out for freshwater fish, and the elusive platypus

Humpback Whales

Witness these majestic creatures as they pass through coastal waters, displaying their acrobatic behaviours.
Breathtaking Views

Explore Ancient Rainforests, Majestic
Mountains And Natural Landscapes

Stunning Beaches and Coastline
From the famous white sands of Mission Beach to the palm-fringed shores of Palm Cove, the beaches here offer breathtaking vistas and opportunities for swimming, snorkelling, and sunbathing.
Diverse Coral Reefs
You can snorkel or dive into the crystal-clear waters of the coral reefs to witness the mesmerising array of coral formations and colourful fish that inhabit these underwater ecosystems.
Ancient Rainforests
In North Queensland, you will find ancient rainforests, such as the Daintree Rainforest where you can see diverse plant species, towering trees, cascading waterfalls, and unique wildlife
Majestic Mountains & Waterfalls
Explore breathtaking mountain ranges like the Atherton Tablelands, picturesque falls like Josephine Falls, or witness the grandeur of the Bellenden Ker Range and the beauty of the Great Dividing Range.
Volcanic Landscapes
Enjoy dramatic scenery and geological wonders at the Undara Volcanic National Park where you can explore ancient lava tubes or hike up the dormant volcano, Mount Bartle Frere, for panoramic views.
Unique Flora & Fauna
From the striking beauty of the giant fan palm and the vibrant blooms of tropical orchids to the remarkable diversity of birdlife, North Queensland offers countless opportunities to observe the rich biodiversity.

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