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Free cancellation on most hotels. Because flexibility matters.
Consider protecting your Queensland trip with our holiday waiver. Travellers who book a Queensland package are eligible to purchase our holiday waiver, which gives travellers ultimate flexibility and covers all change or cancel penalties, one time, for any reason.
Most Queensland hotels offer free cancellation. Consider booking refundable hotels rather than non-refundable ones. Just look for the ‘free cancellation’ message during your hotel search. Prices can vary, but right now we believe that flexibility matters.
For more information about the impact of COVID-19 on your Queensland trip, please visit our Coronavirus Information page.
The warm climate, long stretches of white-sand beach, tropical islands and rainforest hiking trails of Queensland are unmistakable. Visit the capital city, Brisbane, and surrounding coastal cities and towns to experience the state’s trendy bars and cafés, enjoy multicultural dining, explore wildlife parks and investigate world-class cultural precincts.
In Brisbane’s balmy climate, discover an eclectic mix of buzzing nightlife, live music, riverside parks and suburbs, each with a unique character. Shop for vintage fashion in Paddington, cool off with an artisanal ale in West End’s relaxed beer gardens and spot Queensland’s most iconic wildlife on an upriver trip to the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary.
An hour’s drive south of Brisbane is the Gold Coast, known for shopping, theme parks and spectacular beaches. Take a surfing lesson in the clear blue waters of Surfer’s Paradise or race your friends on the towering water slides of Wet n’ Wild theme park. Get back to nature in the hinterland rainforests of Lamington National Park or Tamborine Mountain. Encounter Queensland’s creatures at the Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary.
North of Brisbane, find the seaside and rural communities of the Sunshine Coast. Enjoy a swim and gelato at Noosa Beach before a hike through Noosa National Park to see secluded beaches, blowholes and an occasional koala. Head inland for unusual craft, art and wine cellars in the forested mountain communities, Maleny and Mapleton.
Head farther north along the ocean to the beautiful tropical beaches of the Whitsunday Coast. Take a boat cruise to Hayman or Daydream islands to stay in five-star luxury comfort or family-friendly accommodations. Scuba dive the spectacularly colorful Great Barrier Reef just off the Whitsunday Coast.
For a taste of the Outback, head to Central Queensland to the meeting point of historic livestock routes in Longreach. See Australia’s important inland river eco-systems in the national parks or on a river cruise. Explore the Simpson Desert National Park from the dusty one-pub town of Birdsville. Pack a camera to capture Outback Queensland’s intense sunrises and sunsets.
A: Many travellers prefer to use public transportation or ride-sharing when they're holidaying in Brisbane or Gold Coast. It's a great way of avoiding pesky parking fees and having to navigate through dense city traffic. But if you plan to venture out of town and discover the region of Brisbane City or elsewhere, you may like to consider booking a car. Get your road trip off to an awesome start by clicking on our handy guide to Cheap Car Hire in Queensland.
A: While Queensland has several airports, international flights usually fly into one of these major terminals:
A: There's plenty of choice when it comes to accommodation in Queensland. The most popular style are apartments. But if that doesn't quite suit, you can also choose from motels, private holiday homes, hotels and much more.
A: You can start off by picking your flight, car and hotel. Lock in as much or as little as you want. Next comes the more exciting stuff — booking awesome activities and epic adventures. With plenty of fantastic options to choose from, arranging your upcoming holiday will be simple.
A: Booking a package takes the worry out of travelling, and it can save you a small fortune as well. Hotels, Flights, Experiences, Rental Cars — Expedia can help. Bundle the lot and start daydreaming about what you'll be able to do with all your extra spending money.
A: Many visitors flock to Lyell Deer Sanctuary and Howard Smith Wharves when in Brisbane. Riverstage is also worth a visit.
Burleigh Brewing Company, Balter Brewing Company and Griffith University, Gold Coast Campus are great attractions to see if Gold Coast is the next stop on your itinerary.
Lastly, get a taste of the local life in Townsville by visiting Perc Tucker Regional Gallery, Townsville Golf Club and Strand Park.
The apartment was large with everything needed (well stocked kitchen, laundry) but starting to get a little tired. The bed was very comfortable. The most disappointing thing was it was a few blocks back from the beach. The pictures on the website of the beach rooms/suites make it look like there's ...
I was in mandatory isolation, so was unable to use the facilities. Staff were fantastic and accommodating- food service to the room was limited but of fantastic quality. 5 mins walk to the domestic terminal at Brisbane airport was the bonus :)
Hotel close to restaurants,supermarkets and bus and train services were easy to access. Housekeeping was excellent,and room service food was delicious
All aspects of the property were very good and staff support was exceptional. Very good location too. Highly recommended.
Great location, amazing breakfast, nice tidy room, great room service.
The staff really made it great. Super professional, thoughtful, and polite.
It was a beautiful Hotel was in a great area and the staff of fantastic
Great for families with younger children. Rooms were clean and spacious enough. Staff we encountered were all friendly.