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Free eBook: 101 things to do this summer in Queensland

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There comes a glorious time of the year when the days stretch out longer than ever, the hours are filled with sweet possibility, and the beach is your new postcode.

That’s right friends, summer is here!

To celebrate, we’ve created a FREE mini-eBook called 101 things to do this summer; all you need to do is follow this link to download your copy!

Inside this ultimate Queensland summer bucket list, you will find only the most epic summer activities across the sunshine state, from Tropical North Queensland down to Southern Queensland Country, and all that’s in between.

And we’re not just talking about slapping on some Banana Boat and calling it a beach day.

No, the possibilities of summer are endless in Queensland, from music festivals to chasing waterfalls and sailing the open waters; taking a dip in a volcanic crater or swimming with turtles on the Great Barrier Reef.

So the only question now is, where to begin?

Here’s a sneak peek:

101 things to do this summer in Queensland - Fraser Coast Pages

Across land and sea, you’ll find the Fraser Coast is dishing out some serious summer wanderlust. Spend three days off the coast of Fraser Island fishing on a luxury catamaran or get the ultimate adrenalin rush by jumping Aquavue’s Hervey Bay to Fraser Island jet-ski safari tour.

101 things to do this summer in Queensland - Whitsundays Pages

The Whitsundays and Mackay have once-in-a-lifetime summer experiences down pat. Scuba with a platypus or sleep on the reef, anyone? Who needs a movie star life at St Tropez when you can grab your own groupies and sail the coral blue waters on a 14-metre fantasy powerboat.

101 things to do this summer in Queensland - Brisbane pages

Summer in Brisbane is hot, hot, hot, and we’re not just talking about the weather. Their summer holiday game is strong with kayaking, rooftop drinks and sand tobogganing all on the cards! You can even cool down with a day trip to some of the best waterfalls in south-east Queensland.

101 things to do this summer in Queensland - Back Pages

Really though, is there anything better?

What experience will you tick off first?