Mecca is a warm beach surrounded by tropical islands, rain forests and spectacular sunsets. With its miles of white sand beaches, Queensland has become a favorite destination for tourists. Covering nearly a million square miles, it officially has five climate zones, although most people describe their seasons as warm in the winter and hot in the summer.
Queensland can be an absolute paradise for mixed dating, especially if you are an outdoors person with a strong interest in art and culture. It is a land that is honest about its past, respectful of its present and is holding on to dreams of greater equality for the future.
What to Do
Tropical beach life is the same everywhere. Days are spent lounging in the sun. Evenings are reserved for the dazzling nightlife that can be found in any of its five major cities. If you are staying at a resort, there will be an entire selection of daytime sun bathers and night-time partiers. You'll also find an abundance playing along the water's edge or enjoying cocktails by a pool. If you want to meet the locals, however, you'll have to try a little harder.
Australians love the great outdoors and Queensland is no exception. If you're a surfer, you're in with the crowd. Surfing is a favorite sport among Queensland locals, along with scuba-diving among the coral reefs. Once you're in, your date might even show you the secret locations only the locals know about and want to keep hidden because of their breath-taking beauty.
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If you're not really keen about going into the water but enjoy nature's beauty, there's still plenty of hope for attracting a local Australian. Along with its world class beaches and waterways, the enormous region is filled with national parks, tropical rain forests and plenty of hiking paths. Fill up your backpack, carry your water bottle and start making plans for your adventure tour before ever arriving. When you begin appreciating Queensland's stunning surroundings, the local people begin appreciating you.
Down to the Roots
As long as you remain in one of Australia's coastal cities, you're going to wonder where that outback is portrayed in Crocodile Dundee. Queensland does have an outback. In fact, the area is somewhat unique, because it has a larger percentage of satellite communities hovering off the edges than other Australian cities. As you draw farther from the main centers, you'll come closer to widely mixed communities of early colonialists and indigenous people.
You will find Torres Islanders who surf, attend college and return home at the end of the day with a fish catch. You will find aboriginals who are actively engaged in law, education and government.
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