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Southern & Central Queensland

Southern Queensland

Southern Queensland's gateway city is Brisbane - with the Gold Coast to the south and the less developed Sunshine Coast to the north. A 1.5 hour drive south-west of Brisbane, sitting in perfect seclusion surrounded by World Heritage-listed Main Range National Park, lies one of Australia's finest retreats, Peppers Spicers Peak Lodge. Tucked away in the mountains, a stay here combines perfectly with some time on the coast.

Central Queensland

In our opinion, the gem of the Central Queensland coast is the little-known Town of 1770 - this tiny village of 200 people, located 120 kilometres north of Bundaberg, is surrounded by four National Parks and is home to coral reefs, islands, white sandy surf beaches - and Australia's leading environmentally sustainable coastal community, Sunrise at 1770.

Island of the month

Jumby Bay – Antigua

The Rosewood mantra, ‘A Sense of Place’, couldn’t be truer to its word than through the unique experience on offer at Jumby Bay, a private island paradise just two miles off the north east coast of Antigua. Nothing is impossible for the Jumby Bay team and their welcoming Caribbean charm is sure to make you feel like one of the family, from the moment you arrive until long after you leave.  

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Island of the month

Jumby Bay – Antigua

The Rosewood mantra, ‘A Sense of Place’, couldn’t be truer to its word than through the unique experience on offer at Jumby Bay, a private island paradise just two miles off the north east coast of Antigua. Nothing is impossible for the Jumby Bay team and their welcoming Caribbean charm is sure to make you feel like one of the family, from the moment you arrive until long after you leave.