Queensland, Australia Villa Holiday Packages
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The best time to visit Queensland is during the drier months between June and October, outside of the hot and humid wet season, when you’re more likely to experience extreme weather events. This is also the best time to avoid the stinger season which runs between November to May.
Taking the family on a holiday to Queensland? Stay at family-friendly resorts like RACV Royal Pines Resort, a 5-star resort on the Gold Coast with a golf course and kids’ water park. Or head north to the Sunshine Coast for a stay at Pelican Waters Resort where a lagoon-style swimming pool is sure to keep the little ones entertained for hours. Sea World Resort on the Gold Coast’s Main Beach is certainly a family favourite, with its own kids’ water park, an outdoor pool, kids’ club and Sea World Marine Park right next door. There are also plenty of islands dotted off the Queensland coast for a more romantic, isolated stay. You can't go wrong with any of the stunning resorts in the Whitsunday Islands, including Hamilton Island.
There are so many kinds of holidays to take in Queensland, you just need to choose which area to stay in. If you’re after an island bliss escape with snorkelling, sailing and white sandy beaches, head to The Whitsundays. For the perfect mix of city life and laidback beachside living, enjoy a stay at Surfers Paradise. For chilled out vibes and friendly locals, Noosa makes for an incredible trip. And if you’re after a tropical climate and UNESCO World Heritage wonders, Cairns is the gateway to Tropical North Queensland, where you’ll find sites like the Daintree Rainforest and the Great Barrier Reef.
The temperate climate means packing for a Queensland holiday package is easy – just don’t forget your swimmers!
Choosing where to holiday in Queensland depends on what type of Queensland holiday package you’re after! If it’s stylish streets full of buzzing cafes and restaurants, eclectic art galleries and treasure-worthy vintage shops, Brisbane is your first stop. Thrillseekers should make a beeline for the home of theme parks, the Gold Coast, while for beautiful beach bliss, it’s hard to look past Noosa and the Sunshine Coast.
Head further north to sail the Whitsunday Coast, stopping by the iconic Whitehaven Beach and throwing down anchor on your choice of tropical island –will it be Hamilton, Hayman or Daydream that takes your fancy? Wherever you perch, exploring the iconic underwater world of the Great Barrier Reef is a must.
However, a Queensland holiday package isn’t all about coastal exploring – hike through kilometres of rainforest and national park up and down the state, or venture to Central Queensland to find the historic towns of Longreach, Birdsville and Simpson Desert National Park.