Paid PostPosted on 24 Jan 201917 Times Queensland Took Scenery Too Bloody FarAre these places even real?by Visit QueenslandBrand PublisherFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink So we all know Queensland is home to some amazing beaches and nature. But, to be honest, for those of us sitting in an office all day, Queensland just needs to calm it right down with the scenery. 1. Like this aerial view of Tallebudgera Creek and beyond... Sean Scott / Tourism and Events Queensland Ridiculous. 2. ...or this glamping setup at the Nightfall Wilderness Camp in the Lamington National Park. Kenny Smith / Tourism and Events Queensland It looks bigger than an apartment. And it's a tent. 3. This natural rock pool at Hinchinbrook Island looks excessive... Reuben Nutt / Tourism and Events Queensland For real. 4. ...so does this Great Barrier Reef underwater playground in tropical North Queensland. Katie Purling / Tourism and Events Queensland Can you not? 5. And is this whale doing a bloody backflip near the Gold Coast for real? Tracy Farr / Tourism and Events Queensland COME. ON. 6. Let's not even talk about the view of the turquoise Whitsunday waters here at the Nara Inlet. Mark Fitz / Tourism and Events Queensland Surely that's been photoshopped?! 7. Or how the magical Brisbane Botanic Gardens are the perfect escape from city life... Rui Zhang / Tourism and Events Queensland Pls just stop. 8. ...and how Winton in Outback Queensland low-key looks like an African savannah. Phil Warren / Tourism and Events Queensland We can't even. 9. Don't get us started on the Wallaman Falls in the Girringun National Park. Tourism and Events Queensland Not jealous. 10. Or how Lizard Island in Far North Queensland looks like something straight out of a movie. Tourism and Events Queensland Not jealous at all. 11. And how incredibly relaxing chilling in Mossman Gorge in the Daintree National Park looks. Katie Purling / Tourism and Events Queensland Our white, air-conditioned office is just fine, thnx. 12. We don't want to talk about how amazing it would be to hike Mount Maroon in the Mount Barney National Park... Rhys Dunmall / Tourism and Events Queensland Let's not. 13. ...or see the view from the top of the Glass House Mountains in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland. Jason Charles Hill / Tourism and Events Queensland It's not fair. 14. Booking a trip to Moreton Island in South East Queensland to go snorkelling in a shipwreck looks like a pretty good plan... Sean Scott / Tourism and Events Queensland BIG MOOD. 15. ...so does four-wheel driving down nearby Fraser Island. Sean Scott / Tourism and Events Queensland Definitely. 16. Doing the Cooloola Great Walk in the Great Sandy National Park could go down a treat... Jesse and Belinda Lindermann / Tourism and Events Queensland *begins searching for flights online* 17. ...and, to be honest, sailing around Magnetic Island does look better than the daily commute. Jesse and Belinda Lindemann / Tourism and Events Queensland We're outta here. With breathtaking scenery and amazing experiences around every corner, head up to stunning Queensland. Whether you're looking for adventure or the chance to unwind, Queensland's got it all.