Posts Tagged ‘queensland’

Discover The True Beauty Of Australia – Currumbin Alley, QLD

Collaboration with STRUTHer Sean Scott   Currumbin Alley is located at the coastal suburb of Currumbin on the Gold Coast in Queensland, Australia, approximately 95 km southeast of Brisbane.   Currumbin Alley, part of the Gold Coast’s World Surfing Reserve is renowned right-hand surf break which is a speciality for longboard and stand up paddleboard…

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Discover The True Beauty Of Australia – Moreton Island, QLD

Collaboration with STRUTHer Sean Scott   Moreton Island is an island on the eastern side of Moreton Bay on the coast of South East Queensland, Australia, 75-minute ferry ride northeast from Brisbane.   Moreton Island is also known as “The Gem of South East Queensland” is the third largest sand island in the world. The…

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Discover The True Beauty Of Australia – Cape York, QLD

Collaboration with STRUTHer Jack and Jem   Cape York, also called The Tip, is located in the most northern point of Australia, in the state of Queensland, approximately 2684 km north of Brisbane.   Cape York covers a large part of North Queensland with varying topography. It extends from the Tip (most northern point) following…

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Discover The True Beauty Of Australia – Scenic Rim, QLD

Collaboration with STRUTHer Nick   Scenic Rim is a group of forested mountain ranges of the Great Dividing Range located in the Boonah region of Queensland, Australia, about an hour south of Brisbane and an hour inland from the Gold Coast.   Scenic Rim – Brisbane’s World Heritage-listed backyard – is home to lush rainforests,…

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Discover The True Beauty Of Australia – Wooroonooran National Park, QLD

Collaboration with STRUTHer Elise Taylor    Wooroonooran National Park is located between Innisfail and Cairns in Queensland, Australia, approximately 1367 km northwest of Brisbane.   In 1988, Wooroonooran National Park was declared as the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area, stretches from Townsville in the south to Cooktown in the north, and contains some of the…

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Discover The True Beauty Of Australia – Horseshoe Bay, Queensland

Collaboration with STRUTHer Mark   Horseshoe Bay is a beach located in Bowen in the Whitsunday Region on the eastern coast of Queensland, Australia.   Horseshoe Bay is Bowen’s most iconic beach and is a favourite for locals and visitors alike. The beach is framed by two granite outcrops which provide a haven for a…

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Discover The True Beauty Of Australia – Mount Barney National Park, QLD

Collaboration with STRUTHer Chloe, Daniel and our dog Sophie   Mount Barney National Park is world-heritage listed and designated a wilderness zone in Queensland, Australia, approximately 90 km southwest of Brisbane.   Mount Barney National Park consists of several mountains which rise majestically above the surrounding farmlands in the park. The distinctive peaks of Mount…

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Discover The True Beauty Of Australia – Heron Island, Queensland

Collaboration with STRUTHer Mark   Heron Island is a coral cay located on the leeward (western) side of Heron Reef, near to the Tropic of Capricorn in the southern Great Barrier Reef, approximately 80 km north-east of Gladstone or 539 km north of Brisbane in Queensland, Australia.   Heron Island is a World Heritage-Listed Marine…

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Discover The True Beauty Of Australia – Mission Beach, Queensland

Collaboration with STRUTHer Mikey & Chrissie   Mission Beach is a relaxed beachfront town situated midway between Townsville and Cairns in the Cassowary Coast Region of Queensland, Australia.   Mission Beach is made up of four villages: South Mission Beach, Wongaling Beach, North Mission Beach and Bingil Bay. The palm-fringed beach connects these four small…

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Discover The True Beauty Of Australia – Mount Warning, New South Wales

Collaboration with STRUTHer Nick   Mount Warning is a mountain in the Tweed Range in the Northern Rivers region of New South Wales, Australia, approximately 14 km west-south-west of Murwillumbah, near the border between New South Wales and Queensland.   Mount Warning was formed from a volcanic plug of the now-gone Tweed Volcano. It Is…

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