Let me start with a saying, “God is Beautiful, and Beauty is the expression of God. Queensland is one of the beautiful lands on earth in which people should make time and explore it. Let us discuss some history of Queensland and move further to know about the beauty of it. Queensland Day is celebrated annually statewide on 6 June. Queensland is the second-largest and third most populous state in the Commonwealth of Australia. It is situated in the north-east part of Australia within the border of the Coral Sea and the Pacific Ocean. The state is nicknamed as the sunshine state for its lovely climate and is well known as “Beautiful one day, Perfect the next.”
The best place to watch whales in Australia
From late April, southern right whales will migrate to the temperate breeding waters of south Australia and Victoria. At the same time, humpback whales will also continue to migrate north and south along the east and west coasts toward warmer waters. This means you can see giant whales at tourist sites along the coast of Australia from May to November.
Australia is the country for nature lovers. The size of the country lends to its wide variety of landscapes with mountain ranges, deserts, tropical rain forests, and beaches to be explored. The lush hinterlands, sea cliffs, red dirt outback, and dense rain forests, and canyons are all waiting to be explored. One of the best things about this country, however, are the sheer number of Australian National Parks that are waiting to be discovered by curious nature enthusiasts. Extraordinary and rugged, these national parks are simply sublime and wondrous. Filled with the most amazing serpentine creeks, lavish rainforests, and rough cliffs and each of these parks offers a little bit of the unpredictable to its visitors.