Queensland, Australia, is home to tropical islands, beautiful beaches, rainforest, waterfalls, trains, mountain wilderness, caves, and theme parks. Glampers can snorkel or dive the Great Barrier Reef, which is made up of 900 islands and almost 3,000 individual reefs. It's the largest living structure on the planet. It's even possible to take a helicopter to an isolated sand cay that is covered during high tide and accessible only during low tide when it's yours alone for a couple hours. Visitors can drive a 4x4 on 75-Mile Beach, see whales in Hervey Bay, hike in the forest of Bunya Mountains, swim at Champagne Pools, Fraser Island, see crocodiles at Australia Zoo, sandboard at Tangalooma, Moreton Island, and ride horses on Rainbow Beach. Stay at luxury camping villas, lodges, cabins, and nature lodges that serve as a comfortable home away from home and have their own swimming pool!