The south-eastern fringe of Australia’s Queensland state has been a hotspot for tourism in recent years with a number of new visitor attractions coming to life, from the Grand Canyon to the Grand River.
But what do we know about these places?
Tourist sites in the state of Queensland are: Cairns and Darwin are home to some of the most popular destinations for visiting locals, including the Grand Caverns and the Great Barrier Reef National Park.
However, it is also home to the largest concentration of indigenous people in Australia.
The Queensland Department of Parks and Wildlife maintains a list of some of Queensland’s most visited tourist sites.
It’s the official tourism website of the state.
While some of these are listed on the website, many others are not.
For example, the Great Salt Spring is only accessible to a small number of people, and is often only accessible by helicopter.
And while some of Brisbane’s most popular attractions are located in the northern part of the city, the CBD is home to many other popular destinations.
It is often home to popular tourist attractions such as the Art Gallery of Queensland and the Sydney Opera House.
The City of Brisbane also maintains a number other sites in Queensland.
There are also a number local government sites that can be visited, such as local council offices, public buildings and libraries.