Queensland: Attractions and Things To Do
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  • Cairns College of English: Conveniently located in the very centre of Cairns city, we offer students the unique opportunity of studying in a small, caring college where high priority is given to the educational, social and welfare needs of our students. Our classes provide students with a practical focus on English language in common situations which in turn builds confidence in communicating with English speakers.
  • Brisbane: Brisbane is Australia's largest city in the sub-tropics, enjoying an enviable climate of hot, brilliant summers and clear, mild winters that makes it the ideal destination for visitors all year round. While Brisbane has all the facilities of a modern city it retains a friendly, easier pace of life, surrounded by parks, gardens and beaches.
  • Cairns Connect: Cairns is the heart of the Tropical North, and as such provides an ideal base for exploring and enjoying the rich, varied pleasures of this region. The Cairns International Airport, a short ride from the city centre, acts as a gateway to the city and a primary access point to the Great Barrier Reef.
  • Cape Tribulation: The cape itself was named by Captain Cook its founder, in the late 1700's, since it was just a little north of here that his troubles tribulations started when he ran his ship on to the Endeavour Reef. In the '70's it was a hippie outpost with a number of settlements, particularly at the infamous Cedar Bay, further north towards Cooktown. Today with further improvements to the road, Cape Tribulation is becoming more popular for visitors. It's not surprising as this stretch of the coast is incredibly beautiful. It's one of the few places in Australia where the rainforest runs right down to the water. The Wet Tropical Rainforests here are now protected by World Heritage Laws so tourists have the privledge of visiting unspoilt virgin rainforest and crystal clear jungle creeks. Approx. 150km north of Cairns.
  • Daintree Village Tourism Association: Daintree Village is a lush village with a population of some 100 people. It is surrounded by tropical habitats that can be reached by river boats. The cruises vary considerably to cater for our visitors. During the winter months hundreds of daily visitors arrive to see crocodiles sunning themselves on the river banks and the rich and varied plant life in the rainforest and mangrove forests.
  • Destination EX: Welcome to Tropical North Queensland. This is the mountainous shoreline dividing the Great Barrier Reef from Cairns, Port Douglas and the towns and rainforests that dot com this glorious 400 kilometre waterfront. Places like Mission Beach , the ancient Daintree forests and the Atherton Tablelands.
  • Destination Queensland: Your complete travellers guide to Queensland. Featuring 3000 pages of accommodation, tour, hire product, travel tales, events, travel tips and much more.
  • Dreamworld: In just one day, Dreamworld's guests can catch the wildest ride of their life, travel back through time and even cuddle some of Australia's cutest animal ambassadors in the Park's 11 themed areas. Regarded as Australia's favourite family theme park, Dreamworld spans 30 hectares and is filled with a variety of rides, shows and attractions, including the latest in high-tech thrills and the first interactive tiger attraction in the world outside the United States. Address: Dreamworld, Dreamworld Parkway, Coomera Qld 4209 (Near the Gold Coast).
  • Emu Park: Emu Park Online...all you need to know about the wonders and beauty of Emu Park. Found on the Capricorn Coast of central Queensland and over looking the magestic islands of Keppel bay.

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