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Fraser Island is the largest sand island in the world. Its white sand beaches and tropical climate make it an ideal escape for locals and tourists alike. It is located off the east coast of Queensland, with tours often departing from Hervey Bay.
The Mary Valley Rattler is a vintage-style train that follows the Mary River and immerses guests in the spirit of bygone times, when life was slower and the railway was the lifeblood of those who lived along the river. With the advent of cars, highways, and air travel, fewer people came to rely on the train, but there's no denying the romance of the simpler times, and what better way to experience the timeless, unchanged beauty of the Mary Valley than from the carriages of its famous locomotive engine? The Mary Valley Rattler is a not-for-profit organisation ensuring the public has access to a historic rail experience.
The iconic Ginger Factory offers fun rides, fascinating tours, a unique retail precinct, and cafe surrounded by beautiful sub-tropical gardens for all to enjoy. Open seven days, year-round, there is something for everyone. The Ginger Factory is located on the Sunshine Coast in Yandina, Queensland, Australia
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SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast is an aquarium in Mooloolaba on the Sunshine Coast of Queensland, Australia. Inside, visitors can find seals, sharks, penguins, and a variety of fish life.
Sunshine Coast Adventure Park is a heart-pumping integrated lifestyle, tourist, and outdoor park initiative with ziplines and other adventurous activities for the whole family. It is located on the beautiful Sunshine Coast of Queensland, Australia.
Every bit as fun and exciting as the name suggests, Aquaduck Safaris Sunshine Coast takes visitors on sightseeing bus tours and city exploration adventures around the Sunshine Coast. Far from any regular sightseeing vehicle, these duck-shaped buses drive headlong into the water and transform into sightseeing boats! Yep, these fully amphibious vehicles provide the best of both worlds! Departing directly in front of the famous SEA LIFE Sunshine Coast, Aquaduck combines the best sights of Mooloolaba into one fun and exciting 1-hour tour, with views over the Pacific Ocean and the Sunshine Strip by road, and lots of wildlife-spotting oppportunities along the way.
Maleny Botanic Gardens is a unique, privately owned garden consisting of nearly 18 acres of lush gardens set on a 110-acre property. Overlooking a backdrop of the iconic Glass House Mountains and surrounded by magnificent rainforest, its setting is beyond magnificent. Layered and terraced gardens interspersed with a multitude of stunning waterfalls and lakes only add to the majestic nature of this unique attraction that sits high on the escarpment. In addition, the four walk-through aviaries are home to over 700 native and exotic birds from around the world, where visitors can be part of an interactive guided tour to get up close and personal with the birds.
Australia Zoo is an institution dedicated to the late Steve Irwin, run by his family. You can touch koalas and kangaroos, watch crocodiles in action, and learn about protecting wildlife in Australia and beyond – just like the Crocodile Hunter did! Australia Zoo makes huge efforts to set high standards as far as animal welfare and conservation goes. It is located just outside of Brisbane, Australia.
The Tangalooma Wrecks are the most famous wrecks on Moreton Island, just off the coast of southeastern Queensland, Australia. They comprise fifteen vessels, which were deliberately sunk to form a break wall and now make for an impressive, colourful sight against the blue of the water and sky. Approaching, you'll see a line of old Harbours and Marine Department steam-driven dredges and barges sinking into the edge of a sandbank. Scuba divers are often brought here on trips to admire the plentiful ocean life all around this quirky manmade wall. You can also swim to the wrecks from the beach if you have your own snorkeling gear, although currents can be strong and you must be a strong swimmer who knows how to handle rips.