The Great Barrier Reef is pretty much its own underwater country, the size of Japan. Here’s 100 ways to dive in.
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With 6973 kilometres of coastline, there’s a good chance you can find an island that whispers sweet holiday-nothings specifically to you.
There’s camping, and then there’s island camping.
Seven freakishly beautiful island resorts you can rent like a rock star (for paparazzi-free holidays with absolute privacy).
Next time you’re craving some Robinson Crusoe vibes and mainland disconnection, hop on over to one of these islands.
World Heritage-listed wonders? Tick. More adventure in its borders than some entire countries? You betcha.
Think Attenborough saw it all when he filmed his latest doco, Great Barrier Reef? Maybe not.
If you’re in search of under-the-radar #islandlife, then here are 12 more Queensland islands you’ve never heard of.
Imagine a deserted island where the beach is made up of eons of coral skeletons and fringing reef spreads out from the shore. Sound like heaven?
It ain’t hard to find some fun when you’re sitting pretty between the reef, rainforest and outback!