Welcome to Surfers Paradise – Queensland

Welcome to the new Australia Work Pack email giving you top local tips for your travel and time in Australia. This week’s spotlight is on Surfers Paradise and the Tamborine Mountain hinterland.

Tamborine Mountain Glow Worm Caves

Just outside of Surfers Paradise are the incredible Tamborine Mountains. The main attraction here has to be the Glow Worms! Here you’ll venture underground to the caves. The glow worms produce an incredible display as you travel through tunnels into different chambers. The thousands of glow worms will illuminate the caves like you nothing you’ve ever seen before.

Hostel of the Week
Sleeping Inn

Come visit the award winning Sleeping Inn when you stay in Surfers. The unique layout and exceptional staff create an unbeatable environment. Sleeping Inn has the perfect mix of relaxation and fun. Talk to the helpful staff to find out what is worth doing on the Gold Coast and to get your tours all sorted. Visit Sleeping Inn and see what makes them a multi-award winning hostel!

Theme Parks

DREAMWORLD

After 30 years Dreamworld is still Queensland’s favourite theme park! From the tallest and fastest thrill rides, to live interactive shows and of course it s unique animal attractions, Dreamworld has so many worlds in one this theme park has something for everyone!


 

SEAWORLD

SeaWorld is the Gold Coast’s own magical marine experience with dolphins, sharks, exotic fish, sting rays, penguins and even polar bears. SeaWorld is jam packed with wild life rides and different water shows, a great family day out! Book ahead to swim with the dolphin!


 

WET N WILD

Wet N wild has hectares of water slides and rides including the twister, innertube plunge, Giant wave pool, the Kamikaze and of course buccaneer bay to keep the little ones happy! Wet N Wild is a wicked day out for all age groups!

Weekly “Top 10” Special – Australia’s deadliest animals

AUSTRALIA IS KNOWN FOR its dangerous animals. This shouldn’t come as a surprise as Australia boasts the most deadly snakes in the world.

While sharks, spiders, and snakes get the majority of the headlines, it is the wide array of venomous creatures and predators that give Australia its notorious reputation.
See all our little friends here…

Watch a massive snake eat a crocodile in Queensland Australia…