Things to see in Queensland
Mount Beerwah is the highest of the ten volcanic plugs in the Glass House Mountains range

Queensland

Customs House

Customs House

A heritage-listed customs house built in 1899 & a reminder of the importance that Rockhampton enjoyed as the major central coast port.

Kings Beach

Kings Beach

Features a tidal swimming pool on the foreshore equipped with shade sails, a 25m sea-water lap pool, children's pool and a wading area with disabled access.

Morning Glory

Morning Glory

The Morning Glory clouds can be observed around Burketown from late September to early November.

Museum & Science Centre

Museum & Science Centre

Located on Level 1 of the Queensland Museum & part of Brisbane’s Cultural Precinct, it offers hours of interactive science-based fun!

Woven Fish

Woven Fish

Large sculptures located in the Lagoon on the Cairns Esplanade & are one of the most memorable pieces of public art in Australia.

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