Down Under in New South Wales and Queensland
Above: Koala which can be seen in their native habitat in Noosa, Australia
With the majority situated in New South Wales and Queensland, there are 38 RCI affiliated timeshare resorts in Australia whilst Dial-An-Exchange offer a little more choice being the number 1 exchange company here.
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New South Wales
Just outside Coffs Harbour, the highly acclaimed Boambee Bay Resort achieves consistently favourable feedback online from previous guests. Facilities on site are numerous and include tennis, squash, mini golf, large “adventure” pool, sauna and gym whilst canoes are available for exploring the waterways. Close to an array of brilliant beaches, the National Parks of Bindarri and the World Heritage Dorrigo are must sees for some stunning views and nature trails. Heading out to sea for whale watching between May to November and a visit the colourful Butterfly House make for great family days out as does the Big Banana. A short drive up the coast will uncover even more idyllic coastline not least Red Rock Beach
Queensland Gold Coast
Three resorts within a 20 mile stretch of Queensland’s Gold Coast include Tiki Village International in Surfers Paradise and Sandy Point Beach Resort in Labrador.
A great destination for families the Gold Coast offers a host of natural and man-made activities, so much so that there really isn’t such a thing as boredom here! The Tamborine Rainforest Skywalk takes in almost 1 mile of canopy walks whilst the “Dreamworld” and “Warner Bros. Movie World” parks offer a more manufactured, but none-the-less enjoyable day out.
Forget the cities of Sydney and Melbourne, Queensland is where the “real” Australia you have pictured in your head starts and Noosa, north of Brisbane and just a little south of the Tropic of Capricorn is a great place to explore some of Australia’s most revered natural sites. Set off early for a day trip to Fraser Island, the largest sand island in the world it’s 75 miles long and 15 miles wide. Take a 4x4 tour and visit some of the fresh water lakes on the island, see the famous shipwreck and soak up the natural beauty. Whilst it will be quite a change from the lap of luxury at Club Noosa, camping overnight will give you a lot more time to explore the island and enjoy one of Australia’s finest gems.