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Explore Queensland

A world-class education, spectacular beaches, metropolitan cities, breathtaking outback make it the perfect destination for a relaxed place to study, work and live.
Map of Queensland

Queensland Locations

Brisbane, the heart and capital of Queensland hosts the vast majority of interna ...
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Central QLD
Central Queensland
Central Queensland with it’s mining strengths is the backbone of the Queensland ...
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North QLD
North Queensland
North Queensland with its idyllic location is world renown for it’s expertise in ...
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South East QLD
South East Queensland
South East Queensland with its picturesque beaches at the Gold and Sunshine Coas ...
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South West Queensland
South West Queensland
South West Queensland with its country charm is renown for it’s expertise in Foo ...
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Study in Queensland
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Living in Queensland

  • Queensland is the second largest state in Australia.
  • Queensland is nearly five times the size of Japan.
  • Queensland is seven times the size of Great Britain.
  • The average temperature ranges between 15.7 degrees C to 25.3 degrees C and an average day has eight hours of sunshine.
  • Four million people call Queensland home and one third are migrants or children of migrants.
  • Queensland has five World Heritage Areas as follows:
    • Riversleigh Fossil Fields
    • The Wet Tropics (including Daintree National Park)
    • The Great Barrier Reef which is one of the Wonders of the World.
    • The Scenic Rim
    • Fraser Island which is the biggest sand island in the world.
    • Q1 is located on the Gold Coast and is the tallest building in the southern hemisphere.
  • Queensland has easy access from your home country with three international airports in Brisbane, Cairns and the Gold Coast.
  • The aquatic symbol of Queensland is the Barrier Reef Anemonefish.
  • Queensland’s state animal is the Koala.

Last updated: Monday, 27 October 2014 4:57:38 PM

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