Free eBook: 50 incredible ways to experience Indigenous Queensland
From the beaches and wetlands of South East Queensland to the ancient rainforests of Tropical North Queensland, all the way up to the palm-fringed islands of the Torres Strait, the Sunshine State is brimming with awe-inspiring and immersive experiences that bring the ancient ways of Australia’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to life.
And, if you’re a fan of culture, history and the natural world, you won’t want to miss our 42-page FREE ebook called Connect with Culture: 50 ways to experience Indigenous Queensland.
This ultimate guide is essential reading for inquisitive travellers who scratch beneath the surface and go beyond the cliches to get to the real heart of a place. If it’s authenticity you’re after, we’ve got it by the truckload:
Here’s a sneak peek:
Ever wondered what it would be like to live off the land? Brush up on your survival skills and learn how to access Mother Nature’s open-all-hours menu with our Indigenous bush tucker guide.
We can’t prove it, but we’re pretty sure the term ‘island paradise’ was first coined to describe the Torres Strait. If you’re not already familiar with the ridiculously stunning cluster of islands on Queensland’s northernmost tip, you’ll find plenty to add to your bucket-list in our must-do guide.
From ancient Aboriginal rock etchings to intricate lino prints from the Torres Strait, get the inside track on where to experience Indigenous art in Queensland.
Grab the keys to your ride, wind down the windows and get your playlist pumping: we’re tackling the 300km drive from Cairns to Cooktown. Expect off-roading adventures, cultural discoveries and in-the-wild animal encounters as you explore Tropical North Queensland’s Aboriginal roots.
Click here to read and download your free copy now.