See the Great Barrier Reef or the Gold Cost on a Queensland private tour holiday of a lifetime. If you want adventure and relaxing R&R, Queensland Australia is the place for you with one of the world's biggest sand islands, ancient rainforests, coastal reefs and beaches that stretch on forever.
From Cairns to Brisbane your custom private Queensland Tour holiday will be packed and full from start to finish with bright hectic nights to adventure packed days. This Paradise Island is a favoured holiday destination for Australians and many international travellers because of two main sightseeing private tours; the great barrier reef and the gold coast but there is a lot more to do and see here.
The capital Brisbane has big city attractions, but when you are there, it has a small town feel to it with excellent shopping and diverse restaurants. Whitsunday and Fraser Islands are scuba divers, and adventurers dream from dune buggies to boating and diving it's pretty amazing. Read More...
Try the Recommended Great Barrier Reef Custom Sightseeing Private Tours
Get ready to see one of the most amazing natural wonders on the planet, The Great Barrier Reef on a sightseeing private tour. It is one of the largest living structure's on earth, and if possible, a must see one time in your life.
3,000 coral reefs, 300 coral cays, 600 continental and mangrove islands you will have you spoiled for choice on deciding which guided private tour to take.
Whether you choose to see it from the air or the water, the many species residing there from turtles, dolphins, sharks and dazzling tropical fish will take your breath away.
Top 10 Things to Do in Queensland
Daintree National Park
Daintree National Park custom private tour is a must do you will see the worlds oldest living rainforest, harbouring one of the world's highest concentrations of threatened and endangered species ever recorded. To the north, Mossman Gorge and Cape Tribulation has lush tropical rainforests and clear coral waters. A lot of sights in the park hold spiritual significance to the Aboriginal people and are loving cared for and preserved.
The Great Barrier Reef
Get ready to see one of the most amazing natural wonders on the planet; The Great Barrier Reef on a sightseeing private tour. It is one of the largest living structure's on earth, and if possible, a must see one time in your life. 3,000 coral reefs, 300 coral cays, 600 continental and mangrove islands you will have you spoiled for choice on deciding which guided private tour to take.
Between Brisbane and Bundaberg is Fraser Island, the largest sand island in the world. Guided private adventure tours will take you to explore the vast, dense forests, windswept beaches, Aboriginal heritage sites and crystal waters. The seventy five mile beach is a highlight for many tourists who have had enough adventuring and just want to catch some rays, but the diving and watersports are too good in this region not to try.
Beautiful palm and mango trees line the streets of this once quiet village, which has now become a lovely holiday resort and an excellent base for the many private tours available in the area as it is the closest town to The Great Barrier Reef. The relaxed atmosphere is super with little cafe's beaches, cultural sites and shops. Kick back have a cocktail and watch the world go by in one of the many eateries here.
Lamington National Park
A few hours drive south of Brisbane the Lamington National Park sightseeing private tour will take you to one of the state's most loved Parks. The steep gorges, rainforests, magnificent waterfalls are great, but the remnants of the ancient volcano are amazing. Get a rare insight into the area surrounding the volcano as your tour guide takes you on an insightful and informative trip to remember.
The Gold Coast is one of Queensland best-loved holiday regions and in recent years has changed into what feels like a tropical version of Las Vagas
. Surfers Paradise is a magnate for thrill seekers and beach lovers, which some of the best surf in the world. With wildlife sanctuaries, skyscrapers and the famous Warner Brothers Movie World you will have many busy private tours in the Gold Coast.
Cool Cairns on private tour is more that the Great Barrier Reef!, many locals feel the city has lost its way a little and is now primarily used as the gateway to the GBR, but on a Cairns guided tour, you will see there is a lot to see and a lot more to do. The city centre is more shorts than suits, and you'll find yourself throwing away all notions of schedules and speed touring. Fittingly, Cairns is awash with clubs, bars, cafes and eateries suiting all budgets.
The Queensland Outback
Nowhere other outback guided private tours have the unique experience as a Queensland one. Sleep under stars, dig for million-years-old dinosaur fossils, watch camel racing and have a beer with a bushman or some of the many adventurous activities waiting for you. You can also stay at a working cattle/sheep station, go bronco bucking, bog snorkelling or just have a walkabout.
Off the coast of Queensland, the Whitsunday Group of 74 beautiful islands are along the Great Barrier Reef. These continental islands mostly protected national parks, but a few are home to some of the most luxurious holiday resorts in the world. Hayman Island and Daydream Resorts are both located here on some of the most amazingly bright and clean beaches in the world.
Stretching from Noosa Heads to Caloundra, the Sunshine Coast sightseeing private tour is the second greatest tourist and holiday attractions after TGC. The area is very popular with Australian tourists as it is a lot quieter than TGC and has much more of a chill atmosphere with lovely scenic walks and resort areas. The shopping in the Eumundi Markets in Noosa is great with lots of little treasures to find.
Travel Tips for Queensland
Best Time To Visit
Peak Season in Queensland is in December and January where the weather is tolerable for sightseeing. From September through to November it is usually dry, so keep that in mind before you book your Private Tours as it is likely that you will get a better deal depending on your travel dates. Because these periods in the year are usually very busy with holiday seasons, it is always better to pre-book everything even if you travel in the off-peak season.
You need to budget approximately $150 per day for both accommodation and food, remember your tours will be extra. Dormitory beds range from $25–40, and you can get food on the go for $15–20. Public transport is reliable here so if you can get a travel card do as you can explore the city at your ease. As with many other holiday destinations you get what you pay for so if your budget is tight stick to it.
Know Before Visiting
The security in and out of Queensland Australia is very strict so please note fill in all the documentation correctly and be HONEST as the smallest thing can stop you entry into the country. Be aware of your surroundings constantly, drifting off or loosing your guide could be disastrous in sightseeing locations like The Gold Coast and The Great Barrier Reef. This are is primarily an adventure destination so listen and do as your guide instructs.
Queensland experience's a temperate climate with very mild winters. It has approximately 100 blue skies sunny day per year. The average temperatures from June to August is around 9 degrees while maybe not perfect for lying in the sun it is tolerable for sightseeing. The summer season, however, boasts hot hot hot conditions with temperatures reaching into the 70's so bring your sunscreen and lots of it.