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Welcome to the Gympie Region

From stretches of glistening white beaches to landscapes of majestic hinterlands, the Gympie Region is home to a collection of breathtaking hidden gems and preserved natural wonders.

Extensive and unique panoramas of the Gympie Region promise to make you feel worlds away, whilst accessible to surrounding cities and major airports. The main business hub ain the town of Gympie is conveniently positioned only a short hour’s drive from the Sunshine Coast airport and an easy two-hour drive from Brisbane city’s international airport.

Diversity can be seen in every corner of the Gympie Region, offering all holiday-seekers endless adventures that will create lifelong memories. Famous for its colourful heritage of gold mining, the area expands from Rainbow Beach, Tin Can Bay, Gympie and the Mary Valley all the way through to the rural and historical towns of Kilkivan and Goomeri. Just north of Rainbow Beach is the World Heritage-listed Fraser Island, an area which freely spoils its visitors with pristine lakes, beaches and rainforests that join together to create an untouched haven.

In between sailing, skydiving, wine-tasting, hiking, horse-riding and swimming, visitors are encouraged to find time to dine at the local eateries. Sourcing local produce to concoct unique and fresh flavours, the region is widely acclaimed for its seafood, local cheeses and inimitable preserves. Incredible views and delicious food will combine into a truly unforgettable sensory experience – one that cannot be missed.

Easy to access and rich in natural wonders, the Gympie Region makes for the perfect holiday. Whether you are looking for a relaxing beachfront getaway or a quaint country escape, an active adventure amidst the Australian outdoors or an educational journey of museums, galleries and other historical monuments, the Gympie Region has it all!

It’s time to make memories. What are you waiting for?

24 Bruce Highway Lake Alford Duck Ponds
Gympie 4570

1800 444 222

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