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Surfers' Paradise

Surfers' Paradise

Timothy de Ruyter

Tropical North Queensland is a place of contrasts, adventure and amazement, rich in diverse pleasures and natural treasures. The tropical north's most famous attraction is the Great Barrier Reef - one of the world's great wonders. It is the largest and most complex expanse of living coral on earth and is home to a wide variety of colourful marine life: the perfect playground for an extraordinary range of recreational pursuits.

On the other side of the fence, we have The World Heritage listed rainforests of Tropical North Queensland. They are spectacular 'living museums', millions of years in the making. Breathtaking in their pristine grandeur, tranquil and unspoilt - an experience not to be missed.

In general, the casual, relaxed atmosphere of Tropical North Queensland is quite contagious. The welcome is as warm as the weather. The lifestyle is laid-back. Day and night, this place offers an intoxicating mix of adventure, discovery, relaxation and enjoyment. This multi-coloured, multifaceted region has so much to see and do. Experience unique places in unique ways - from white water rafting on the Tully River to scuba diving amongst kaleidoscopic coral caves, from lingering on idyllic beaches to trekking or mountain biking through unspoilt wilderness or explore the fascinating city of Brisbane or Cairns.

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