Highlights: Snorkelling the Great Barrier Reef, an overnight stay on a cattle ranch, Fraser Island, Magnetic Island, Whitsundays cruise
Inclusions: 14 meals, a guide, all transport, snorkelling trip and accommodation
Highlights: Cape Tribulation, Atherton Tablelands waterfalls, Whitsunday Islands yacht cruise, blazing across Fraser Island's beaches in a 4x4
Inclusions: All excursions, 11 meals, all transport, accommodation and a guide
Think of it like this: Australia is the best office in the world. You can do any job you like, the views on every angle are immense, and don't get us started on the after work activities (skydiving, surfing, beach hangs). And all you need to do to get the gig, is be under 30 and in possession of a working holiday visa. Then, you can expect your weekends to look like this...
The great thing about visiting Queensland is that it's pretty much a year-round destination. Like the rest of Australia, their seasons are swapped around, so summer is December to February, and winter is June to August. You can still get decent temperatures in the winter, with highs averaging 21°C, making Queensland and the Great Barrier Reef a year round destination for travellers.
So easy! If you're a British citizen under 30, you can apply for a one-year Australia Working Holiday visa so you can live, work and travel around Australia. You don't need to secure a job before you land; just save up enough to live for a few weeks to months after you arrive. It's easy to find work - travellers can do anything from bar or office work to farming. We can also help you with job hunting and accommodation until you start earning. Just check out our Work in Australia hub for more information, or inspire yourself further with the blogs below...