Head Down under to Queensland, for high season weather at low season rates!!
Cuddle a koala, feed wild dolphins, walk through ancient rainforest or simply relax on some of the world’s finest beaches, all of this and much more awaits you in Queensland. In Fact there is no better time to go than right now, for the months of May and June offer low season fares to Australia when Tropical North Queensland’s weather is at its best.
The major gateway into Queensland, with a wide choice of airlines flying into Brisbane on a regular basis, making it very accessible. Brisbane is a vibrant modern city and a great place to start your time in Queensland, the city sits on the aptly named Brisbane River which offers a free to use ferry service, The Brisbane CityCat a favourite among the locals, an enjoyable and handy way to get around Brisbane, it offers ample sightseeing opportunities as you wind your way around the river with access to many of the cities sights.
Public transport isn’t the only thing that is free in Brisbane, there are daily city centre walks or you can book a Brisbane Greeter who will take you on a fascinating journey around the city covering a variety of interests and areas they find particularly interesting – they’ll show you the Brisbane they love and know best. Other no cost options include the city Botanical Gardens and Mount Coot-tha lookout where you will get breathtaking views over the city and out to Moreton Bay.
At some point you will have to spend some of your hard earned cash, The Storey Bridge Climb is an easy soft adventure activity with the option of abseiling back down for the more adventurous whilst Tangalooma Wold Dolphin Feeding on Moreton Island is a great family day out. Other options include XXXX Brewery Tour, Mirimar Cruises inclusive of the Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary and Brisbane Bicycle Tours.
Getting out of Brisbane could not be easier, especially with the Queensland Rail network and their fantastic new state of the art train ‘The Spirit of Queensland’ where you can travel in the new Business class style seating at very affordable prices. This new service takes you all the way to Tropical North Queensland and Cairns, en-route you have the option to break your journey at Fraser Island for a soft adventure experience on the world’s largest sand Island as well as Whale Watching from July to October, you may prefer to break at Proserpine for a more leisurely experience on and around the Whitsundays where you can spend a day on the pristine white sands of Whitehaven Beach, take a boat trip out the Great Barrier Reef or just relax and be pampered at one of the luxury hotels on offer.
Your final destination is Cairns in the heart of Tropical North Queensland, where you will find a wide choice of ways to visit and things to see and do on the Great Barrier Reef. The reef apart the flora and fauna of the mainland offers a great deal including a train journey into the mountains and rainforest of Kuranda, with the option to return by cable car on the Skyrail, you will travel for 7.5kms over pristine rainforest, allowing you to explore the wonders of this ancient tropical rainforest and learn about one of the most botanically fascinating and diverse areas on earth. Further days out include The Daintree River & Mossman Gorge, where the rainforest meets the Reef, Undara Lava Tubes and Tjapukai Aboriginal Park where you can immerse yourself in traditional aboriginal culture.
The fact is that there is so much to see and do in Queensland that you really need to sit down and discuss your plans with the Australian Experts at Amity World Leisure Travel, where they will help you to get the most for your hard earned cash and put together the holiday of a lifetime in the process.