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Australia: Three mind-blowing experiences to enjoy in Queensland


An ancestral land that saw the birth of indigenous cultures, Queensland attracts travelers in search of real adventures, between rejuvenating tropical hikes, enchanted scuba diving and cultural experiences that are good for the soul.

Authentic, moving, lively: three adjectives that characterize any initiatory stay in Queensland, this sunny state on the Australian east coast whose incredible beauty promises each traveler an exceptional holiday, on the borders of nature and civilizations.

Noosa Everglades Tourism & Events Queensland

Into the wilderness of the Noosa Everglades

The Sunshine Coast is the ideal itinerary for nature lovers who wish to discover this environment through unforgettable experiences.

Areas of pristine tropical waterways on the Sunshine Coast, nestled in the Cooloola region within the Great Sandy National Park, the Noosa Everglades allow for hiking along the Cooloola Great Walk, kayaking along the thoroughfares of the Noosa River or opt for a cruise session on the calm waters.

With Everglades Eco Safaris, we will travel through one of only two Everglades systems in the world, with among others a forest of eucalyptus, mangroves and a maze of magnificent waterways.

Between Lake Cootharaba and Fraser Island, it is one of the most diverse ecosystems in

Australia with over 44% of all bird species in the country.

In the evening, relax at the Habitat Noosa Everglades Eco Camp, which overlooks 500 m of beach by the lake and the Noosa River, and offers traditional camping and comfortable “glamping” tents.

Habitat Noosa Everglades Eco Camp Tourism & Events Queensland

K'gari, the beauty of an island

The largest sand island in the world, K'gari (Fraser Island) is the scene of a paradise getaway just forty minutes by ferry from the mainland.

You can't miss the fresh waters of the world famous Lake McKenzie (Boonrangoora), famous for its pure white beach and turquoise water, unless you prefer the crystal clear waters of Eli Creek.

On the west coast of the island, we leave with the K'gari Salty Safaris agency to spot whales between July and September before venturing into the lands of the Butchulla people, classified as World Heritage and nicknamed "Paradise". by this civilization with twenty thousand years of history on K'gari.

And to make up for your Robinson Crusoe escape, allow yourself a night or two under the stars in the

Pile Valley, Fraser Island Tourism & Events Queensland

The magic of the Great Barrier Reef

The holy grail for any diving enthusiast, whether beginner or experienced, Queensland's Great Barrier Reef is home to more than 1,200 species of fish, not to mention the sea turtles, whales and dolphins that inhabit one of the the most spectacular underwater places on the planet.

At the Lady Elliot Island Eco Resort, owner and Reef Master guide Peter Gash sets the tone by offering dives where you can spot eagle rays, manta rays, turtles and even dolphins.

Working closely with Australian certifiers and conservation bodies, the crew behind the resort ensure careful conservation of the reefs, further boasting advanced ecotourism status with the Eco Certified label.

Those who are intimidated by the seabed will however be able to fall back on equally stunning snorkeling sessions around the island.

You can even snorkel, swim and explore this unique island, all-inclusive in one day, with carbon-offset charter flights from Bundaberg, Hervey Bay, Brisbane and the Gold Coast.

Lady Elliot Island Tourism & Events Queensland

Source: lefigaro

All news articles on 2023-03-27

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