Explore what the East Coast of Australia has to offer – you will be surprised with its variety of natural wonders from stunning costal beaches,
through Everglades, tropical islands through to Worlds oldest rainforest with crocodiles and the biggest Barrier Reef on the planet
– East Coast simply has it all and we are more than happy to send you up there and have you experience every bit yourself 😉
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EXPLORE the EAST COAST
We specialize in custom built travel itineraries
which include all the East Coast must-do’s
and pretty much everything else you might desire !
Minimum recommended time for the whole coast
is 2 weeks and ideally 4 weeks
to cover everything without much of a rush.
For further destination info – please see below
The most eastern point of whole Australia land – Cape Byron lighthouse. Explore this ‘True Aussie’ magical costal town, where you can learn to surf, kayak with dolphins, visit the hippie town of Nimbin or hardcore chillax with the locals while enjoying a beach bonfire. If you are flexible on time – you’ll definitely get stuck here for a couple of weeks, if you are ina bit of a hurry – still make sure you’ll have at least 3 Nights in this laid-back town.
SURFERS PARADISE/GOLD COAST
Where the city meets the surf – nicknamed ‘Australian Miami’ Surfers paradise is not only the Theme Park Central – with Water World, Dream World, Sea World and Warner Brothers Studios, has amazing surfing conditions, but it’s also known for its huge outlets and great night life. Also home to Q1 skyscraper – with stunning views of the whole city, beach, coastal line, Byron Bay and Brisbane from the 77th floor (250m high)
The capital city of Queensland with beautiful Botanic Gardens, famous cultural institutions in South Bank, a lagoon and ferry rides down the river – this city will keep you occupied for a day or two.
Insider info: locals call it Bris Vegas or Brisneyland
With a nice and relaxed vibe and no buildings higher than the trees, the sub-tropical paradise of Noosa is a place where you can chill out and enjoy the crystal clear water. There’s plenty to see and do in Noosa:
- Surfing, kayaking, fishing, snorkelling & diving
- Short bus ride to Australia Zoo
- Everglades – day kayak trip (over-night camping options)
- One of Fraser island departure towns
Welcome to World Heritage-listed Fraser Island, the world’s largest sand island and one of 2 biggest highlights of the whole coast.
Over an hour drive from Noosa and a short ferry ride from Rainbow Beach on Queensland’s Fraser Coast. Once on Fraser island, you will 4WD next to coloured sand cliffs, admire the famous ship wreck, hike through rainforest, meet local dingos, swim in freshwater lakes (incl. famous Lake McKanzie) and camp on the beach or stay in a island resort.
Town of 1770 (Agnes Water)
TOWN of 1770 – AGNES WATER
The towns of 1770 and Agnes Water offer the discerning traveller a piece of paradise.
Board a tiny plane to a Castaway island where you’ll be surrounded by stunning nature, year round swimming in crystal clear waters, coral reefs and just a hand full of other ‘survivors’ like you – that’s it – nothing nor no-one else! Don’t miss-out on this one of a lifetime & unforgettable experience.
- The closest point to access to the Southern Great Barrier Reef
- The northern most surf beach on the East Coast of Australia (your last chance to surf on the East Coast)
- One of only three places on the East Coast of Australia that a sunset is experienced over water
WHITSUNDAY ISLANDS (AIRLIE BEACH)
‘for all youse in need of Vitamin Sea’ 😉
Mission Beach is the perfect stop between Townsville and Cairns. It is an unspoilt tropical paradise of World Heritage rainforest fronting 14 kilometres of golden, sandy beach. The relaxed nature of Mission Beach makes it a great place for all sorts of travellers to visit. If you are a looking for a chilled out place to laze on the beach, a nice walk in a heritage listed rainforest, or somewhere to indulge in some awesome activities, Mission Beach has something for you.
One of the best places to skydive in Australia – you’ll see the Great Barrier Reef & all the islands from above plus you’ll land on the beach 😉
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- Sydney to Cairns = almost 3,000 km
- The Great Barrier Reef – the largest living structure on the planet, stretching 2,300 kilometres, with 600 types of soft and hard corals and over 1,500 types of fish; this natural icon can even be seen from outer space.
- it’s illegal to hold a koala in NSW, but you can do so in Queensland – we recommend Australia Zoo or Magnetic island
- Fraser island is the largest sand island in the World
- Whitsundays – formed by 74 islands in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef
- Everglades – there are only 2 everglades in the World – one of which are in Noosa
- The water temperature in Cairns is between 22°C to 29°C