Located just over eight miles from Cairns, the Crystal Cascades are one of the region's best-kept secrets. Escape to a secluded collection of tranquil waterfalls and swimming holes. Take a refreshing dip in the freshwater pools before touring the rainforest around you. Crystal Cascades is also an excellent location for a romantic picnic under the shade of a tree.
Wet Tropics of Queensland stretches from Cooktown to Townsville, with favourite sites including the radiant Daintree Rainforest. This World Heritage listed site protects the country's most extensive remaining area of wet tropical rainforest. It also has great cultural significance as the Aboriginal people have thrived here for thousands of years.
A tour of the Bunya Mountains, reveals the beauty of Queen Mary Falls. The western slopes were once an active volcano, but now this waterfall is a valuable part of the area’s thriving ecosystem. Joined to one of the country's longest rivers, the headwaters fall 40 metres before winding down towards the floor of the valley.
Situated on the southern border of Queensland, Gondwana Rainforests of Australia are made up of a group of striking National Parks including Springbrook, Lamington, Mount Barney and Main Range National Parks. Home to nearly all of the world's Antarctic beech rainforests, this location is home to the largest remaining area of subtropical rainforest.
A trip to Queensland’s Central Highlands reveals the fantastic scene of the rugged Carnarvon Gorge. Packed with birds and wildlife making the most of the lush environment there is plenty for you to see. Don't forget your binoculars and camera for some epic shots. Explore gorges, waterfalls and the most picturesque hidden pools.