West Australia Northern Territory Queensland New South Wales & The Australian Capital Territory Victoria South Australia Tasmania

Brisbane Brisbane is Australia's third largest city and home to nearly two million culturally diverse people. Brisbane city is electric with energy with an extensive music and culture event calendar. Visitors can choose to relax in South Bank, home of the 1988 World Expo or enjoy the temperate year round climate and take to the streets in many of Brisbane's street shopping precincts. Brisbane is the ideal location for exploring Queensland's countryside of world historic towns, fertile farming valleys and rolling cattle planes.

Gold Coast - The Gold Coast is one of Australia's premier holiday destinations. It is famous for its beaches, surf, theme parks, shopping, nightlife and hinterland and has been attracting Australian families for many decades. Located in southeast Queensland, just one hour south of Brisbane, the Gold Coast stretches from Cabarita Beach in New South Wales, west to Beaudesert, north to Beenleigh and east to South Stradbroke Island. The region features 70 kilometers of uninterrupted coastline and is fringed by rainforest hinterland, including World Heritage-listed National Parks. The Gold Coast has a strong linear city base that reveals a close alignment with the coastline, Pacific Highway and the mountain ranges that all run parallel to the coast.

Cunnamulla - Cunnamulla is at the crossroads of the Matilda Highway and the Adventure Way. Cunnamulla, meaning 'long stretch of water' which refers to the nearby Warrego River, is in the Paroo Shire which also includes the towns of Wyandra, Eulo and Yowah. Cunnamulla is known for its famous character the Cunnamulla Fella, brought to life by Stan Coster and immortalized by the late Slim Dusty. Some popular events and attractions in Cunnamulla and the Paroo Shire are Yowah Craft Day, Yowah Opal Festival, Cunnamulla Fella Festival and Bullride, Cunnamulla Heritage Trail, Allan Tannock weir, and the Cunnamulla Fella Centre Art Gallery and Museum

Rockhampton - Welcome to Rockhampton, the beef capital of Australia! A city full of opportunity, where you will always be greeted with a friendly smile. Rockhampton is one of Australia's most diverse cities. Surrounded by coastal and rural landscapes, the city truly is the definition of the outback meeting the reef.Rockhampton offers a unique lifestyle to its residents, ranging from competitive business opportunities and highly regarded educational institutions, to a huge range of extracurricular activities where people are able to be skilled in the arts, sports, and culture.Rockhampton is also a great place to visit to enjoy its relaxing atmosphere. There are endless attractions, landmarks, wildlife, and beautiful scenery to visit, not to mention the unique experience of witnessing a bullride in the heart of the city.

Birdsville - Birdsville began life as "Diamantina Crossing" in 1881 and was given its present name in 1885. It is said that a local identity, gave the name as a compliment to the bird life of the area. The town's original function was as a "tariff wall" between Queensland and South Australia. Tolls which had provided the town's income, ceased in 1901 with the formation of the Federation and the town declined. Birdsville currently has a population of around 100. The mystery and fascination of the infamous Birdsville track has been the life blood of the town. This has meant a regular stream of 4WD adventurers, all bidding to travel the 500 km of the Birdsville track, travel through the town.Birdsville is best known for its annual race meeting when the population grows from 100 to 6000 in 2 days.

Karumba - Nestled on the mouth of the Norman River Karumba is, quite literally, where the "Outback meets the Sea" and home to some of the most spectacular sunsets over the Gulf of Carpentaria. Situated 72km north west from Normanton via bitumen road, Karumba is a laid back easy going community. Karumba is a fishing village with a small but very cosmopolitan population. It has around 700 permanent residence - and several thousand visitors throughout the year. With fantastic tourist facilities and accommodation Karumba is a great holiday destination for the entire family.

Mackay - Mackay is a lush tropical region that has an abundance of significant natural attractions of National Parks, gorges, the Great Barrier Reef, tropical islands and unspoilt beaches. The hinterland area features a range of heritage and cultural activities including gold fossicking. The region's relaxed and welcoming people are also seen as an asset.Mackay is located between Brisbane and Cairns. The Mackay region extends from Cape Palmerston National Park and Sarina, northward to Midge Point, west beyond Eungella National Park and east to Credlin Reef.

Cairns - Welcome to Cairns and the Great Barrier Reef Region - your gateway to discovering the magic of Australia's true tropics. Here, you can swim among the bright colorful fish and coral in the World Heritage-listed Great Barrier Reef, escape to a private tropical island, walk through some of the oldest rainforests on the planet and discover adventure awaiting in the diverse environments that make up wonderful Tropical North Queensland. It's the ultimate destination to enjoy spectacular natural beauty at its absolute best, and to find fun and adventure. It's also the perfect place to relax, be pampered, and enjoy the laid-back feel of the tropics.