Queensland Accommodation and lodging listings

Queensland is a state of Australia that occupies the north-eastern section of the mainland continent. It is bordered by the Northern Territory to the west, South Australia to the south-west and New South Wales to the south. To the east, Queensland is bordered by the Coral Sea and Pacific Ocean. The state is Australia's second largest by area, following Western Australia, and the country's third most populous after New South Wales and Victoria.

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Wattle Gully Retreat

Approx 5km away in Maleny:

Wattle Gully Retreat is located on the beautiful Blackall Ranges next door to the Glasshouse Mountains. Guests can enjoy the beautiful Australian bush, misty mountain mornings, listen to native bird life and the koalas mating call at night.

Photograph of Wattle Gully Retreat, Maleny
158 Ansell Road
Maleny, Queensland

Novotel Brisbane

Approx 1km away in Brisbane:

A stylish and modern 4.5 star hotel, Novotel Brisbane occupies a prime location in the heart of the Brisbane city centre and offers guests premium accommodation, along with extensive conference and leisure facilities. The 296 contemporary rooms and suitesare perfect for business or leisure travel.

Photograph of Novotel Brisbane, Brisbane
200 Creek Street
Brisbane, Queensland
"Quite nice very happy."

Lillydale Hostfarm

Approx 7km away in Rathdowney:

Lillydale Farmstay offers fun farm holidays near Brisbane and the Gold Coast. Lillydale Farmstay is nestled in the Scenic Rim, a picturesque corner of South East Queensland (SEQ).

Photograph of Lillydale Hostfarm, Rathdowney
Upper Logan Road, Mt Barney
Rathdowney, Queensland

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With the Islands of the Great Barrier Reef, sun-kissed beaches, lush rainforests and rugged Outback, Queensland offers something for everyone. And there's no part of Queensland more colourful than the people.

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