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Scroll down to see all the amazing places to stay in Queensland

Queensland is a truly incredible destination, with an amazing diversity in natural beauty. There is an abundance of accommodation littered throughout the state.

Enjoy a luxury five-star beach front resort on the Great Barrier Reef or soak up the sights and sounds of our world heritage listed rainforests in a romantic rainforest lodge. You will be sure to find a family friendly hotel, motel or caravan park on your travels and if your backpacking through Queensland there are also plenty of options for you.

To truly experience Queensland, you need to stay and soak up all it has to offer, so what will you choose?

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The Gold Coast

The Gold Coast is the home of some of Queensland’s most famous beaches, all the way up and down the coast as it is known has beautiful beaches with plenty of Hotel, Motel B&B and Apartment accommodation options. The Gold Coast hinterland is the home to the stunning Lamington and Springbrook National Parks, full of pristine rainforest and bush walks. You can stay in beautiful rainforest chalets or quaint B&B’s; the hinterland is a must experience if you are staying on the Gold Coast. Find your accommodation for the 2018 Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast.


The Brisbane region has some fantastic places to stay that are the perfect base to soak in the city and its surrounds. There are plenty of apartments and hotels in the city that will give you easy access to all Brisbane City has to offer. Just a short drive west is the Brisbane Valley, where you can stay in wonderful country cottages. Moreton bay also offers some fantastic accommodation, either on the mainland or you can stay in hotels and resorts on either North Stradbroke Island or Moreton Island.

Southern Queensland Country

Just 90 Kilometres from Brisbane City, Southern Queensland Country is packed full of relaxing and rejuvenating getaways. You can stay in the historic regional centres of Toowoomba, Warwick, St George, Chinchilla, Dalby, Stanthorpe or St George. Outside of the towns, the region boasts over 15 National parks there is always a beautiful walk to explore. The region is also one of the most productive and best for Queensland Wine and fresh produce. Slow down in a stunning bed and Breakfast or really take in the surrounds camping. There are amazing experiences to be had in the region.

Sunshine Coast

With endless surf beaches, stunning mountains and lush rainforest as well as beautiful restaurants and boutique shops, the Sunshine Coast has something for everyone. There is a vast array of accommodation available as well. There are great hotels, apartments and Bed and Breakfasts at all the major centres including; Rainbow Beach, Noosa Heads, Coolum, Alexandra Headlands, Maroochydore, Mooloolaba and Caloundra.

Fraser Coast

The Fraser Coast is best known for 2 things, Fraser Island and Whales. There are great places to stay all across the region, Hotels and apartments that allow you to discover the beauty of Fraser Island in style. Luxurious resorts at Hervey bay make the perfect spot for a family holiday away and a great base for experiencing the majestic humpback whales.

Bundaberg North Burnett

The Bundaberg North Burnett region is one of the most productive food regions in Queensland. Sugar has been a key part of the regions for hundreds of years but many other fruit, vegetables and nuts are grown in the region. There are some beautiful historic towns in the region that have beautiful old hotels. Bundaberg has many varying options for accommodation in the city, with great motels for travelling through or beautiful hotels on the bank of the burnett river. Bargara sits on the coast and is a stunning coastal town that boast and incredible range of hotels, resorts, motels and caravan parks. It is a great base for those wanting to see the Turtles at Mon Repos or heading out to Lady Elliot or Lady Musgrave Islands.

Gladstone Region

The Gladstone Region is a hub for industry in Queensland but has a vast array of stunning places for you to relax and enjoy the southern Great Barrier Reef. The city provides lots of great places to stay; Hotels, Motels, Caravan Parks and more. Down the coast a little way is Agnes Waters and the Town of 1770, very important places historically but also stunningly beautiful and wonderful places to stay.

Capricorn Region

Not only does the Capricorn Region give you fantastic opportunities to access the southern Great Barrier Reef, it is also a beautifully historic region and the beef capital of Australia. The city of Rockhampton has all the accommodation options you would expect from a regional Centre. Head to the coast and you have island paradises on the Keppel Islands and Holiday villages, Resorts and Lodges at Yeppoon and all the way up and down the coast. Inland lay the Gemfields and plenty of hotels and motels to help you discover your own precious stones, as well as the bush retreats at Carnarvon Gorge.

Mackay Region

The natural paradise of the Mackay Region is so easily accessible and affordable with a large range of accommodation throughout the region. Mackay sits in the heart of the tropical coast of Queensland and is packed full or Motels, Hotels, Resorts and Apartments. A short drive up the coast takes you to cape Hillsborough where kangaroos frolic on the beach at dawn and disk. West of Mackay you will find some great eco-resorts, you may even see the illusive platypus.

The Whitsundays

The Whitsundays is arguably one of the most iconic destinations in Australia and surpasses its reputation in Beauty. There a fantastic hotels motels and resorts on the mainland at Airlie beach which are the perfect base to discover the stunning Whitsunday Islands. Alternatively, you can stay on Hayman Island, Daydream Island or Hamilton Island in stunning resorts to truly soak up the paradise that is the Whitsundays. No matter where you stay make sure you get out on the water, see the reef, experience one of the world’s best beaches in Whitehaven Beach and the amazing hill Inlet, with its stunning natural swirling sands. You can also go Bareboating, living on a yacht discovering the Whitsundays archipelago for yourself.

The Outback

From red deserts to luscious waterfalls The Outback has so many must see destinations. Whether you are on a road trip, flying in or on a train you must get out and explore the wide lands. Throughout the outback there are great motels and hotels, historic villages and luxurious resorts and bush retreats. Major regional Centres like Roma, Charleville, Longreach and Mount Isa have everything to cater for you as well as amazing natural destinations close by. The outback is truly one of a kind!

Townsville North Queensland

Townsville North Queensland is the perfect place for a Topical escape, featuring stunning islands just off the coast like Magnetic or Orpheus Islands and unspoilt beauty of Hinchinbrook. Add in the historic outback town of Charters Towers and the Sugar growing capital of the world and there is truly so much to see. Naturally there is a vast array of different options to stay and have your truly unique experience, so why not have a look.

Tropical North Queensland

Tropical North Queensland combines to Natural wonders of the Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree Rainforest. With these Natural wonders comes a bounty of accommodation options for you to choose from. Cairns city a vast array of accommodation options including luxurious hotels, motels Caravan Parks and Backpackers. The Atherton Tablelands, ‘the food bowl’ of the tropics is a wonderfully diverse region. It is full of beautiful scenery, especially waterfalls. Just north of Cairns are stunning getaways of Palm Cove and Port Douglas, where there are truly tranquil holidays to be enjoyed.