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Queensland Location Guide - About Queensland, Activities, Events & Weather - Cutprice Car Rentals





Queensland Information & Location Guide

About Queensland

Queensland offers you the perfect location for a tropical getaway all year round. Perfect for couples, singles, families and groups of friends, Queensland offers contrasts like no other state in Australia. Follow the stunning coastline from the gold coast all the way to Far North Queenland for a seaside adventure, venture into the incredible and awe inspiring world heritage rainforests for some tranquillity, live it up in the laid back yet cosmopolitan cities, visit the great barrier reef and world famous islands for a little luxury or brave it in the outback for an “Aussie” exploration. Queensland has it all and the best climate to enjoy it all in!

Queensland's accommodation is diverse and includes caravan parks and camping, backpackers accommodation, self contained units and apartments, cottages, B&B’s, retreats, resorts and 5 star hotels. It’s the affordable holiday destination for everyone!

For more information about Queensland visit www.qld.gov.au/

Activities in Queensland

Whether you love the outdoors, the indoors, culture and art, shopping, wildlife, adrenalin rushes or lazing away your days, Queensland has something for you.

On the coast- enjoy recreational activities that allow you to make the most of the seaside- sailing, fishing, swimming, snorkelling, diving, surfing, parasailing and much more. For something more scenic, take a joy flight or go hot air ballooning. For nature lovers there are the rainforests, islands, reefs, dolphin and whale watching, sanctuaries and zoos. For shopaholics there are too many shopping centres, boutique stores and markets to list! For those that love the nightlife, there are pubs, clubs and dance floors in every major centre for your enjoyment with a buzzing clientele. For those that love art and culture there are galleries and heritage trails. And there are restaurants, café’s and eateries for everyone. To help you decide where you want to go and what you want to do visit http://www.tq.com.au/

While all these activities in Queensland may take your fancy, no visit to Queensland is complete without visiting the many fantastic theme parks. Don’t miss the ever-popular Dream World, Sea World, Wet n Wild, Warner Bros. Movie World and Whitewater World. Cut Price car rentals, Queensland makes getting to theme parks and Queensland’s events simple and cheap!

Must see events in Queensland

Queensland is host to many events all year round. Whether you are in Brisbane, on the Gold Coast in Coolangatta or Surfers Paradise or up north in Carins you’ll find plenty of events to attend all year round. In the outback you'll come across the Birdsville Races, the Boulia Camel Races and even a Dirt and Dust Festival, in the larger cities and towns you'll find music art and culture such as Tropfest and Jazz festivals as well as sporting events such as the Super GP and Quicksilver and Roxy Pro surfing competition. There’s something for everyone!

Be sure to research what’s on in town before you head up to Queensland to be sure you don’t miss anything!

To make your way to all the events don’t miss out on the best car hire prices in Queensland. At Cutprice Car rentals we offer the cheapest Gold Coast car rentals and Brisbane car hire with generous inclusions you won't find elsewhere!

Getting around Queensland

Public Transport in Queensland: Almost all of South East Queensland is serviced by buses, trains and ferries on the TransLink network. This network stretches from the southernmost part of the Queensland to the northern tips of the Sunshine Coast. But if you are looking for independence and freedom from timetables and a little more luxury, don’t miss out on the cheap car hire in Queensland- available from us at Cut Price Car Rentals! We specialise in Gold Coast airport car rentals and offer the best deals in town.

For information on trains throughout Queensland (operating all the way to North QLD and through central QLD) visit http://www.qr.com.au/.

Car Hire Queensland: For cheap Surfers Paradise car hire and Coolangatta airport car hire you can’t go past us at Cut Price car rentals. We are Queensland’s leading cheap car rental supplier, providing the best prices on latest model new and used cars. We offer free unlimited km, damage cover, UBD maps, local pick up and service both Coolangatta and Brisbane Airports.

Where to eat?

There are many great restaurants in Queensland that cater for all tastes and budgets. When you arrive in a region or city in Queensland, there will be plenty of friendly locals to suggest where to eat. You’ll find fine dining, café’s, family restaurants and cuisines of every sort. On the coast, don’t miss out on some local seafood!

Queensland’s Weather

Queensland offers a tropical climate that simply can’t be matched anywhere in Australia.

As Queensland is such a large state, temperatures can vary depending on location. The south of Queensland enjoys some of the most comfortable temperatures in all of Australia year round- in summer, you will encounter highs of 28 degrees and lows of 20 degrees, while in winter these temperatures drop to 20 degrees and 9 degrees. Water temperature during summer is approximately 25 degrees, and 19 degrees in winter.

Temperatures in the northern Queensland are hotter and much more humid. Summer temperatures reach over 31 degrees during the day however can sometimes seem warmer than this due to the humidity levels (often over 75%). Evening temperatures drop to a balmy 24 degrees. During winter, highs will be approximately 26 degrees and 17 degrees at night. The water temperature during summer is a lovely 29 degrees while in winter it drops slightly to 25 degrees.

For up to date information about the weather in Queensland visit http://www.bom.gov.au/weather/qld/