Good morning all here I am at another Monday here in Newie and Monday means facts and this week we are still in Queensland.
The state receives an average of 261 days of sunshine every year – hence its nickname, The Sunshine State.
Queensland has more than 200 national parks – so many to explore
Queensland boasts some of the oldest dinosaur footprints in the world, and they can be found in the outback town of Winton.
There are over 100 islands off the Queensland coast including Stradbroke, Whitsundays and Magnetic Island.
Queensland is home to the world largest sand island. The World Heritage listed Fraser Island.
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In many ways, including its many islands, Queensland resembles the climate of Indonesia.
Bet it is a lovely state for exploring all its national parks.
Never been to Indonesia but will take your word for it
We spent a fabulous holiday on Magnetic Island, back in 1992.
Would love to return and enjoy the place all over again.