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Moreton Island

Tangalooma wrecks

Moreton Island is a small island just southeast of Queensland and is made entirely of sand and home to the largest man-made reefs in the world.


This destination is great as a day trip from Brisbane. While frequented by backpackers and locals, if you’re interested in exploring more you can also find glamping cabins and campsites. 


You can try your hand at Sand-boarding on the Big Sand Dunes or go swimming in the Champagne pools. 


With 15 sunken vessels, the Tangalooma Wrecks is an ideal location to snorkel, dive, or kayak. 

Umpheiston Sinkhole

Umpheiston Sinkhole

Located in Mount Gambier, this fantasy garden became the Umpheiston Sinkhole as the result of a collapsed cave that was transformed in 1886 into today’s beautifully manicured greenery. 


Imagine walking through the garden of flowers and fountains while looking up at the surface above.

Noosa Everglades

Noosa Everglades

Once you’ve finished taking the forest walks and laying on the beach, it’s time for some adventure. 


Few travelers know about the canoe trips they can take up the Noosa Everglades where they can set up camp in the wilderness