How to keep cool in Queensland this Summer

Cool off at a music festival in paradise

What better way is there to keep your mind off the heat than at a music festival on one of the most beautiful islands in the world? One Hot Night is coming to Great Keppel Island this year on Saturday 28th December 2019. This year’s lineup features Busby Marou, Alex Lloyd, Bobby Alu, The Buckleys and The Short Fall. Head to the One Hot Night website to grab tickets.

Summer means different things to different people, but here are seven undeniable ways that you know that summer has hit Queensland!

Enjoy the air conditioning at the cinemas

When the mercury really soars, there’s no better way to cool down than by hiding out in air conditioning. Why not head to your nearest cinema and spend a few hours in the cool? For those in the Whitsundays, make your way to Bowen Cinemas to get a taste of the years gone by while you refresh.

Slap on some sunscreen and hit the beach

In Queensland, there is no better way to cool off than by hitting the nearest beach. Whether it’s bodyboarding in the surf or a splash at one of these unique spots, a summer dip is guaranteed to be a great day out. Just remember to slip, slop, slap!

Wanting to take your furry friend with you? Here are the best dog-friendly beaches around South East Queensland!

Learn how to make your own gelato

Calories don’t count when it’s hot, right? Especially when ice cream is involved! If you are in Brisbane, why not take it one step further and learn how to make your own gelato at La Macelleria? 

Looking for more ways to beat the heat in Brisbane? Here are five more suggestions to help you keep cool! 

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