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Great Keppel Island Holiday Village Star Rating 2        
Lot 2, The Esplanade

Within the Keppel Bay Islands National Park, this low-key beach resort is a 4-minute walk from the Great Keppel Island ferry terminal.Simple dorms, private rooms and safari tents have patios and shared bathroom facilities. Cabins feature living areas, minifridges and private bathrooms, while a cottage and a villa add full kitchens.
Rainbow Commodore Apartments Gold Coast Star Rating 3        
255 Boundary Street

Within a 6-minute walk of multiple beaches, these modern apartments are also a 13-minute walk from the town centre and 9 km from Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary.The airy 1- and 2-bedroom apartments are individually furnished, and provide full kitchens, open-plan living areas and terraces with ocean views. All offer flat-screen TVs, Wi-Fi (fee) and washer/dryers.
The Polish Place Chalets Mount Tamborine Star Rating 4.5        
333 Main Western Road

With views over the Great Dividing Range, these upscale, Polish-themed mountain chalets lie 2.7 km from the Glow Worm Caves Mt Tamborine and 7 km from the Tamborine Rainforest Skywalk.The cosy, wood-panelled chalets provide kitchens, loft bedrooms and living areas, as well as balconies with scenic views.
Adina Apartment Hotel Brisbane Star Rating 4        
15 Ivory Lane

With views of the Brisbane River, this modern apartment hotel is 3 km from both The Wheel of Brisbane ferris wheel and the Queensland Gallery of Modern Art.The contemporary studios offer Wi-Fi (fee), flat-screen TVs, iPod docks and kitchenettes. Some have balconies with city or river views.
Aspect Caloundra Star Rating 4        
80 Lower Gay Terrace

With ocean views and a 1-minute walk from the beach, this modern apartment building is a 2-minute walk from Caloundra bus stop and 3.1 km from Queensland Air Museum.The airy, contemporary 1- to 3-bedroom apartments have ocean, mountain or island views.
Rolling Surf Resort Star Rating 4        
10 Levuka Avenue

With direct access to the white-sands of Kings Beach, this modern resort is 3.7 km from the Queensland Air Museum and 15 km from Aussie World amusement park.Featuring beach-inspired decor, the airy apartments provide free Wi-Fi (limits apply) and flat-screen TVs, as well as full kitchens, washer/dryers and whirlpool baths.
Sofitel Brisbane Central Star Rating 5        
249 Turbot Street

With direct access to Central Station, this high-end hotel is 1.5 km from Queensland Gallery of Modern Art and 1.9 km from the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre.
Breakers Apartments Gold Coast Star Rating 4        
60 Old Burleigh Road

With direct access to Broadbeach and overlooking the Coral Sea, this laid-back all-suite hotel is 1 km from SkyPoint Observation Deck and 7 km from Sea World Gold Coast amusement park.Relaxed, bright apartments feature 1 to 3 bedrooms, kitchens, and living rooms with balconies (some include sea views). All offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screens with DVD players and washer/dryers; most have air-conditioning.
Southport Tourist Park Gold Coast Star Rating 3.5        
6 Frank Street Southport

With a variety of accommodations, this low-key resort is set 6 km from Sea World Gold Coast and 7 km from the SkyPoint Observation Deck.Modest cabins have kitchenettes, bunk beds and shared bathrooms. Upgraded cabins have private bathrooms, additional bedrooms, separate living areas and sofabeds, plus kitchens and covered patios.
BEST WESTERN Ipswich Heritage Motor Inn Star Rating 4        
51-55 Warwick Road

This yellow-brick motor inn set amongst tropical gardens is 1.6 km from Queens Park botanic gardens, 2.3 km from Riverlink Shopping Centre and 16 km from the Queensland Raceway motor racing circuit.
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Queensland is an Australian state covering the continent's northeast, with a coastline stretching nearly 7,000km. Its offshore Great Barrier Reef, the world's largest coral reef system, hosts thousands of marine species. The city of Cairns is a gateway to the reef and tropical Daintree Rainforest. The capital, Brisbane, is flanked by the surfing beaches of the Gold and Sunshine Coasts.