The best way to experience winter in Queensland is to pack your bags, put on your hiking boots and bring along a pack of marshmallows or a friend to embark on a scenic bush walk or a corporate campout.
Last week, hundreds of school children around Queensland whispered a warm welcome and the whales came, marking the start of the state’s five-month whale watching season. With some 17,000 humpback whales expected to spy hop, breach and tail slap their 16 metre rubbery bodies along Queensland’s stunning coastline, there’s no shortage of popular spots to watch whales at play.
Masterchef may be back on TV but there’s no reason why you can’t start your own food journey with this menu of new tourism products. We’ve got ways to cook up a storm, kick start the heart and sight see from a segway this May.