You are surrounded by tall Antarctic Beech trees with sunlight filtering through to light up your pathway. In the distance you can hear the babbling of a waterfall or swimming hole, the gift at the end of the maze.
Each National Park has a unique natural personality of varying landscapes and experiences, from the sandy freshwater lakes on Fraser Island, deeply carved water-filled gorges in the Outback to the Daintree , the oldest rainforest on earth meeting the greatest reef system in the world.
And it doesn’t stop there. The Sunshine State is home to 5 of the 16 World Heritage Listed sites in Australia. There’s reef, ancient mammal fossils, rainforests and deep indigenous connections to discover and learn about, so pull on your adventurous boots and get back to nature.