Fourteen unique and captivating destinations to explore, Queensland truly is like no other place on earth. From seemingly endless coastlines to the great expanses of the outback, the world famous Great Barrier Reef and an array of luscious rainforests, Queensland is a giant living and breathing postcard, waiting to be explored!

Discover a place where the locals want to share their secrets, where the wildlife pose for your photos and you can dine like a star one night and recover in a tiny coastal town the next morning.


With 17 hectares of lush parkland, a beach with city views, al-fresco restaurants and year-round events, South Bank is one of Brisbane’s favourite places to unwind. Facilities and access to the parklands are designed to accommodate wheelchairs. They can also be hired from the Visitor Information Centre. Check out the Wheel Of Brisbane for an aerial view!


The Gold Coast is a glitzy strip of high-rise hotels and expansive resorts set along more than a dozen golden sand beaches.

There’s something for everyone, for the water lovers to easy-going families and sophisticated foodies. 30 minutes from the beach you’ll find a subtropical hinterland dotted with tumbling waterfalls, bushwalking trails and quaint villages.

Accessible Gold Coast Guide

Accessible Beach Directory


Sunset at Cairns Lagoon


Northern Queensland is known as the place where the rainforest meets the reef, with our guide to Cairns you’ll get a real taste of region.

Just want some ideas – Top accessible attractions in Cairns.


Feature photo credit: Tourism & Events Queensland

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Published 18 August 2018.