It’s time to put your fancy pants on because we’re about to loop you in on all of the best rooftop bars to get your ooo la la on with some French rosé, hors-d'oeuvres and million dollar Melbourne city views.As a leading tourist destination in Australia, Queensland holidays are an ever popular choice for local and international travellers alike.
I'm still looking for the ultimate combo of secluded beach and major metropolis, and my happy place is a 5-star hotel room all to myself - sigh.Been to far off destinations in the Northern Hemisphere, but never been to New Zealand? Regardless of where you’re at in your travel bucket-list, NZ surely deserves a coveted spot.Quintessential hipster moment: Going locavore on The Organic Experience Tour and meeting sustainable growers and biodynamic farmers on the land. Lady Elliot Island And, because hipster ideals aren't just confined to the mainland, there's Lady Elliot Island in the southern Great Barrier Reef for that off-the-grid vacay you read about on a blog.No need to feel guilty about your carbon miles in the short plane ride over, your climate change karma will be offset by glamping in a safari-style tent at the Lady Elliot Island Eco Resort.If it’s your first time skiing, you’re in for a big treat.
From the buzz of feeling the fresh mountain air rushing past your face as you fly down the mountainside, to the jaw-dropping mountain views, you’ll soon get hooked on the white stuff.
Think Melbourne has the Aussie franchise on skinny jean-wearing, beard-growing, indie music-downloading, organic soy latte-drinking, '90s-throwback hipster cool? With the old tourism tagline of 'Beautiful one day, perfect the next', the casual observer may conclude Queensland is all sun, surf and sand, but look behind the sunny disposition and you'll find all the hipster cred you crave, just with better lighting #nofilter.
Fortitude Valley If you hanker for a gritty urban 'burb where you can get your crema just the way you like it, The Valley is your hipster home away from home.
Nestled amid national parks and the Glasshouse Mountains, eschewing the obvious Sunshine Coast beach location for a rainforest cabin makes for an alternative eco experience for those-in-the-know.
Take your fixie around Queensland's answer to Byron Bay - Maleny - with its organic eateries, alternative health therapies and local creatives, or hit up Montville village for artisan cheese factories, boutique wineries and craft supplies.
Queensland is also famous for hot destinations such as Surfers Paradise, Cairns, Fraser Island, Noosa and the Whitsundays.