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The Aussie World tourist attraction is located alongside the iconic Ettamogah Pub on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland.
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Crikey! It's as wild as life gets at Australia Zoo, Home of the Crocodile Hunter, with more wildlife and entertainment than you can poke a stick at!
With over 1,200 animals and stacks of free shows daily, it's chock-a-block full of wildlife action and adventure!
Get hands-on with cuddly koalas, waddling wombats, slithering snakes and cute kangaroos.
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Banyandah Alpacas welcomes local families and tourists to pet and feed the friendly alpacas between 10am and 4 pm on Wednesdays and weekends.
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Big Kart Track is the largest commercial go kart track In Australia. They have 50 karts going on their 1.
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Caloundra Cruise is one of the most popular activities and attractions on the waterways, suitable for all ages.
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This trail in the Cooloola Section of the Great Sandy National Park offers walkers a wilderness experience of wildflowers, chattering birds, cool clear waterways and solitude.
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The scenic waterways of the upper Noosa River and its tributaries are one of the Great Sandy National Park's, Cooloola section most outstanding features.
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Laserzone is the Sunshine Coast's most exciting laser tag and family entertainment venue. Experience the excitement of being inside a real life video game simulation with your friends and family, utilising the latest technology in laser tag equipment to seek out and deactivate the various targets in the awesomely themed playing environment.
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In the rugged Conondale Range are some of Queensland's most popular and picturesque forests, including Kenilworth Forest Reserve.
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In the Glass House Mountains, remnants of the open eucalypt woodland and mountain heath vegetation, which once covered the coastal plains, provide a home for an interesting variety of wildlife including 26 rare and threatened plants.
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