Queensland, Australia offers great travel experiences. Traveltalk shares a small video from the large and beautiful area that intro to this giant state of Australia with fewer inhabitants than, for example. Denmark. (6 mill).
Queensland is located in the northeast of Australia. Queensland borders in the west up to the Northern Territory, in the southwest up to South Australia and in the south up to New South Wales. In the east, the state borders the Coral and Pacific Oceans. Queensland, with its 4,750,500 inhabitants, is Australia’s third most populous state. The population lives mostly along the coast, especially in the southeastern state. Queensland has an area of 1,852,642 km2. Its capital and largest city is Brisbane, which is also Australia’s third largest city. Queensland is often called the “Sunshine State”. It is home to 10 of Australia’s 30 largest cities and also has the country’s third largest economy.
First, let’s see Queensland
A huge variety of regions in Queensland
Brisbane is the capital, and there are some amazing sights.
Bundaberg North / Burnett
Located on the Burnett River and consists of bla. lots of sugar cane fields, orchards and vegetable growing. It is Australia’s most productive food region.
The Capricorn Region is located on the tropical latitude south 23.3 degrees called Capricon * and ranges from National Parks in the Central Highlands, bordering Outback Queensland to the coastline with the famous Southern Great Barrier Reef and the Green Islands Keppel Group. In the heart of the Capricorn region lies Rockhampton, ‘Rocky’ as the locals call this capital of Australian cattle farming.
In addition, there are the following regions:
The Fraser Coast is located along Hervey Bay off Fraser Island and is a natural wonder of Australia. Among other things. it is the only place in the world that a rainforest grows directly up from sandy soil. By car you should drive to the Champagne Rock Pools and into the center of the island to see the freshwater lake Lake McKenzie. There are naughty dingos and lots of wildlife, by the way. Also stop along the Burrum Coast for delicious seafood and a time travel trip to good old days.
Other regions of Queensland
Southern Queensland County
Short facts about Queensland
Queensland is Australia’s second largest state. It is located in the northeast of the country. The state borders in the west up to the Northern Territory, in the southwest up to South Australia and in the south up to New South Wales. It is both a metropolitan experience, but it is especially a nature experience perhaps seasoned with surfing and diving.
Area: 1,853,000 km²
Population: 4,691 million
* The Tropic of Capricorn lies at 23.5 ° South of the equator and runs through Australia, Chile, southern Brazil (Brazil is the only country that passes through both the equator and a tropic), and northern South Africa.
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