Part of Australia's charm is its history. It also makes for some great places to visit! So take a journey down Australia's timeline & see what you can discover, or even learn.
Brisbane is the capital of Queensland and the third most populous city in Australia. Brisbane is named after the Brisbane River and its eastern suburbs line the shores of Moreton Bay.
Queensland, also known as the 'Sunshine State' is the country's holiday playground attracting visitors all year round.
The Daintree Rainforest is unique for its high concentration of plant and animal species all within the largest remaining piece of untouched and pristine rainforest wilderness remnant in Australia.
The Great Barrier Reef (GBR) stretches 1930 kilometres from the mouth of the Fly River in Western Papua to Breaksea Spit off Bundaberg, and is one of the world's great wonders.
In the heart of Queensland’s Great Barrier Reef lies The Whitsundays, a place of stunning natural beauty.
Cape York Peninsula is one of the last remaining wilderness areas on Earth and located in Far North Queensland.
The Atherton Tablelands is a highland region of northern Australia near Cairns, Queensland.
Streets Beach, Brisbane is a man-made oasis that portrays Queensland's laid-back beach vibe.
The Gulf Country is a region of woodland and savanna grassland surrounding the Gulf of Carpentaria in the region of north western Queensland.
Devil's Pool is a natural pool in a treacherous stretch of Babinda Creek (Qlnd) which holds a sinister centuries-old Aboriginal history.