The Queensland Islands and the Great Barrier Reef region of Tropical North Queensland are the jewels in Australia's crown. Located on the far north coast, Queensland's Great Barrier Reef islands are ideal for a romantic getaway, your honeymoon, a family vacation, an adventure holiday or a relaxing break - in fact anyone looking for an idyllic, exotic, sun kissed and pristine holiday destination that is a unique escape from the everyday stresses of life will love the Queensland Islands.
Queensland Islands Accommodation
There are a huge with a choice of accommodation and activities for all budgets ranging from remote and secluded luxury lodges and elegantly sophisticated resorts, through to family oriented island getaways. For a romantic escape try Lizard, One&Only Hayman, Hamilton or Haggerstone Island accommodation. To holiday in absolute luxury try One&Only Hayman, Green Island and Lizard Island. While families will love Hamilton, One&Only Hayman or Daydream Island for tropical family holidays.
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Queensland Islands Activities
There is so much to see and do on the Queensland Islands, with activities as many and diverse as the islands themselves. If you enjoy diving or fishing then Heron, Wilson, Lizard or Lady Elliot are for you. If you're a nature lover then see it at its best on Lady Elliot Island with turtle hatching, bird rookeries and whale watching. Or why not cruise the reefs and islands with Coral Princess Cruises or Captain Cook Cruises? You'll also have the unique opportunity to hand feed a pod of dolphins in crystal waters of Moreton and Tangalooma Islands. And with the Great Barrier Reef at your doorstep, lose yourself in this unique World Heritage Listed natural wonder of the world.
Queensland Islands Packages
TravelOnline has the best value island holiday packages on the net. The tropical Queensland Islands offer fantastic holidays for couples, families and friends and provides a range of accommodation and sightseeing options to suit all budgets. One of the best ways to make the most of your money and your holiday is to include accommodation, meals, transfers, flights, tours and more in a holiday package.
Queensland Islands Facts
Many of the Queensland Island are accessible from the mainland with connecting launch transfers or flights from major cities. Australians drive on the left hand side of the road, with speed limits expressed in kilometres that vary from 50 km per hour in residential and heavy traffic areas to 110 km per hour on freeways. Roads are generally good and major routes well signposted. No service charge applies in Australia. Tipping is not mandatory but a 10% tip in restaurants and hotel bars is normal for good service.