The future of eco-tourism ... Lady Elliot Island off the Queensland coast.

Splash and tickle

Tom Neal Tacker mixes with manta rays and listens to whale song at an eco resort at Lady Elliot Island.

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Agnes Water

Small but increasingly popular holiday destination.

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Main street of Gladstone

Gladstone - Places to See

Gladstone
Tiny mining centre which is Tasmania's most north easterly township.
Gladstone is a tiny mining town located 139 km north east of Launceston. It has the distinction of being Tasmania's most north easterly township.

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The Gladstone Gaol

Gladstone - Places to See

Gladstone
Wheat service town with historic gaol
Located 209 km north of Adelaide, Gladstone is a medium-sized service town in an area dominated by wheat and sheep. Even today the town boasts the largest grain silos in South Australia.

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The Mount Perry Historical Museum

Mount Perry - Places to See

Mount Perry
Attractive rural service centre which was once a thriving mining town.
Mount Perry is a tiny and quiet little settlement nestled under, you guessed it, Mount Perry. It is located 475 km north-west of Brisbane and 104 km south-west of Bundaberg.

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The famous pink chairs, a symbol of the resort at Great Keppel Island

Great Keppel Island - Culture and History

Great Keppel Island
Attractive island resort destination.
Located 696 km north of Brisbane, 55 km north-east of Rockhampton and 15 km east of Rosslyn Bay, Great Keppel Island is a 1454 hectare tropical island edged by 17 sandy beaches. It is the largest in the 14 islands known as the Keppel group.

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View over Gladstone Boat Harbour from James Cook Park

Gladstone - Places to See

Gladstone (including Quoin Island)
Queensland's leading seaport.
In 1909, when it was nothing more than a small port, Gladstone was described as:

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'Euston Barn' at the Gin Gin Museum

Gin Gin - Places to See

Gin Gin
Stopover point on the road from Brisbane to Cairns.
Located 371 km northwest of Brisbane and 51 km west of Bundaberg, Gin Gin is the perfect example of a town which has survived and flourished solely because of its location on the main road from Brisbane to Cairns.

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