Queensland Holiday Accommodation
Hotels, Apartments, Resorts & more
Queensland is a large state that encompasses a great range of Australian settings and cultures. From the tropical Far North to the plains of the south west and the cities of the sunny southeast coastline, Queensland has a destination for all holiday types.
Depending on where you stay there are a myriad of accommodation options throughout Queensland. You’ll find ample accommodation styles and available rooms in the bustling city locations of Brisbane, the Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, and Cairns so you can rough it like a backpacker, stay in modest hotels or be pampered in luxurious resorts.
If you’re looking for a more regional or outback adventure then you have nothing to fear. Queensland is a tourist hotspot and as a result most towns on main routes or near prime holiday locations have plenty of suitable accommodation options. There are several hotels, resorts, B&Bs and caravan parks throughout the state, often in places they wouldn’t seem likely.
Take a look at what’s available in each major holiday region below.
Brisbane has a wide variety of accommodation options to cover all budgets and holiday styles. You can find plenty of hotels and motels near the airport, luxury apartment buildings close to the bustling nightlife and entertainment precincts, budget hostels and luxury resorts at Moreton Island and South Bank, country B&Bs with great views of the city and river, and not to mention family friendly self contained apartments.
Cairns has a plethora of international standard hotels and the surrounding beaches are home to some of the best boutique resorts on the country. Backpackers are well catered for, perhaps better than anywhere else in the world, with cheap rates, warm weather and access to the Great Barrier Reef, Outback Queensland and tropical rainforests.
The Capricorn Coast is home to beautiful Central Queensland scenery, heritage listed attractions and is a stepping stone to the Southern Great Barrier Reef. Accommodation providers are varied and include coastal resorts, historic farmstays, old country pub/hotels as well as modern apartments and nature based lodges. Catering to those wanting to see both the Australian Outback and the coastline!
A fertile farming region of southeast Queensland, the Darling Downs is dominated by rolling hills and pastures of vegetables, cotton, wheat, barley and livestock, supplying the perfect landscape for a relaxing holiday away from the city. Stay in Toowoomba and enjoy the scenery - find accommodation at great rates.
Far North Queensland is a tropical region of the state stretching from Cairns all the way up to the Torres Strait. Tropical Far North Queensland has been attracting tourists for many years and has a huge range of activities to cater to all interests. Whether you’re after the comfort of a resort lifestyle or the tranquillity of a rainforest B&B, there is bound to be something for you.
Nestled between the rainforest and the sea in tropical north Queensland, Port Douglas is a coastal paradise. There's a wide range of accommodation available here, from caravan parks to hotels, resorts and holiday rentals. Among several luxurious resorts, there's a world class marina filled with boutique shops and some great restaurants serving scrumptious seafood daily
The Gold Coast has been Australia's favourite family holiday destination for decades, but it's not just theme parks and sunshine. If you're a little older or younger than the typical Gold Coast holiday maker, you're going to be able to find somewhere great to stay and play.
The 'Outback' areas of Queensland would neatly fit most of Western Europe, and the region's excellent transport infrastructure makes it one of the best places to experience the 'real' Australia. If starry nights and wide brown desert plains are your idea of a getaway, Outback Queensland is the place for you. Find accommodation in Outback Queensland now.
The Sunshine Coast is the unsung family holiday capital of Queensland — a more laid back, less overt tourist Mecca than the Gold Coast, with few high rise buildings and a vibe that gently whispers 'relax', rather than scream it like some so many purpose-built resort towns. There are many different apartments, holiday houses and resorts throughout the Sunshine Coast - check availability and book online.