Australia Zoo

Australia Zoo is located on the beautiful Sunshine Coast near the Glasshouse Mountains. Just 45 minutes north of Brisbane on Steve Irwin Way, it is the home of some of Australia’s most unique Australia Zooand amazing wildlife, as well as some remarkable animals from overseas. Your visit to the Home of The Crocodile Hunter will definitely thrill and amaze you! For more information on the zoo, please visit

Transfers from Brisbane to Australia Zoo

CC’s Croc Connections
Departing Brisbane daily at 9:00am (pick up from all the major hotels) and arriving at Australia Zoo by approximately 10:15am. The bus will depart the Zoo at 4:10pm.

Bookings are essential. Phone CC’s Croc Connections on 1300 551 249 or visit for more information.

Gold Coast

Australia’s Gold Coast is an endless playground of entertainment and adventure, because fun comes in all types and styles. It offers visitors golden beaches, legendary theme parks, iconic rainforests and lively entertainment. Gold CoastThe Gold Coast is one hour south of Brisbane and can be accessed by car or train.

While most Gold Coast beaches are great for a dip, conditions can vary on a daily basis making even the most popular beaches prone to rips, gutters and currents. For safe swimming, Gold Coast City Council ensures 26 Gold Coast beaches are patrolled year round.

Theme Parks
There are a number of theme parks for you to visit, they include MovieWorld, Wet n Wild, Seaworld, DreamWorld and Whitewater World.

Hinterland & Rainforests
The Hinterland is a change of pace where the variety of attractions allows visitors to be as active – hiking, horse riding, hot air ballooning & champagne breakfast, 4WD tours, hang gliding and abseiling – or idle – sampling local wines, browsing handmade art and crafts, perusing market stalls, soaking up the natural scenery – as you like.

For more information on accommodation, tours and getting around the Gold Coast, please visit

Byron Bay

If sun, surf, relaxation and creativity is what you want to experience, then Byron Bay is the place for you. Only two hours south of Brisbane, Byron Bay offers visitors a natural amusement park, with sights and activities galore.Byron Bay

Nature lovers will get their fix of all things sun and sand, and can take their pick from natural delights including pristine beaches, the arcing tails of huge whales, the lush and fragrant local flora, and the binocular-worthy native fauna.  Sporty types will be able to spend their days surfing, swimming, diving, and cycling, while arts and culture lovers will find themselves an array of festivals, events, retreats, and exhibitions that occur in Byron Bay throughout the year.

Despite having a population of around only 30,000 people, the town also boasts an impressive array of global eats ranging from cheap snacks to fine dining and some of the best nightlife Australia has to offer.

For information on accommodation, tours and getting to and from Byron Bay, please visit the Byron Bay Visitors Centre website.


For more tours visit Viator Tours. They have a wide range of tours including the Hop On & Off Bus, River Cruises and more day trips from Brisbane city.