QLD Travel Guide

With its picture-perfect coastline and tropical climate, there are endless things to see and do in the Sunshine State.

Whether you’re keen to get a tan in Noosa, go whale watching in Hervey Bay, or explore ancient rainforests in Far North Queensland, this travel guide will show you the best places the visit so you can plan the ultimate QLD getaway.

The Sunshine Coast

Looking for holiday destinations near Brisbane? The Sunshine Coast is just over an hour’s drive away. This region stretches from the coastal city of Caloundra to the Cooloola section of the Great Sandy National Park. Encompassing resort towns, winding river systems and a mountainous hinterland, it has everything you could ever hope to find in a holiday destination.

Perfect for family vacations, the Sunshine Coast combines QLD’s most beloved characteristics – friendly locals, postcard-worthy scenery and a laidback surf culture. It’s so captivating you’ll want to abandon your responsibilities and start a new life by the beach.

The Sunshine Coast is essentially one big playground, so it’s a fantastic place to visit during the school holidays. Whether you’re travelling with boisterous teenagers or toddlers, there are plenty of activities to keep kids of all ages entertained. You could enrol your youngsters in surf school, take them on an easy bushwalk through Noosa National Park, or let them run amok at a beachside park while you sit back and soak up the ocean views.

Ingenia Holidays has two holiday parks on the Sunshine Coast – Ingenia Holidays Noosa and Ingenia Holidays Rivershore.

Far North QLD

To add a hint of adventure to the September break, consider heading north for the holidays. Known for its tropical climate and native wildlife, Far North QLD has an untamed quality that makes it a dream destination for nature lovers. Base yourself at BIG4 Ingenia Holidays Cairns Coconut to stay within easy reach of the region’s best attractions.

The Daintree Rainforest is around two hours’ drive away, so you can spend the day marvelling at Australia’s oldest continually surviving rainforest before retiring to the comfort of your campsite or cabin. You could also explore the wonders of the Great Barrier Reef while in Cairns, take a day trip to the mountain village of Kuranda, or go for a ride in the Skyrail Rainforest Cableway.

In search of Cairns holiday parks where your kids will feel welcome? BIG4 Ingenia Holidays Cairns Coconut has great facilities for kids, including:

  • Waterslide and splash play park
  • Playground
  • Games room
  • Minigolf course
  • Jumping cushion

There are also plenty of park features for grownup guests to enjoy, including WiFi, an onsite restaurant and café, and a resort-style swimming pool.

Make a booking at BIG4 Ingenia Holidays Cairns Coconut today.

The Fraser Coast

Queensland’s Fraser Coast offers an idyllic setting for caravan trips in September. Pack your fishing gear into your campervan and enjoy a relaxing road trip to this peaceful stretch of coastline. Be sure to pay a visit to Hervey Bay during your travels, a town famed for its whale-watching vantage points. You can settle in for the September holidays at Ingenia Holidays Hervey Bay, or enjoy a quick stopover on your way to other destinations in QLD.

Located 250km north of Brisbane, the Fraser Coast should be on every fishing enthusiast’s bucket list. The local climate and coastal landscape provide perfect conditions for securing a decent catch every day of the year, so even amateur anglers can be confident of luring in dinner. While you’re fishing, be sure to keep an eye out for any whales that might be passing by.

The Fraser Coast is also surrounded by World Heritage-listed attractions, including Fraser Island and Lady Eliot Island. With so much to see and do, there’s no better place to bask in the September sunshine.

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