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Top 11 places to cool off in Gladstone when it's stinking hot

WE in the Gladstone region are privileged to live by the coast, so there's no shortage of places to cool off when the weather heats up.

Surfing: Where to start when you don't know how

BEGINNERS TO COMPETITORS: Tim MacDonald in the final of an Alex Pro Am surfing competition.

Learn to surf online with Robbie and Carlene Sherwell

VIDEO: Coast's best, secret freshwater swimming holes

Making the most of rock pools on the Sunshine Coast.

All most people want to do during the heatwave is cool off

10 common snakes and how to identify them

Sunshine Coast Snake Catcher Richie Gilbert holding up a coastal carpet python retrieved from a home at Lake McDonald

Snake catcher Richie Gilbert has seen it all

Time to shine: Post-Debbie campaign to lure back tourists

A MULTIMILLION-dollar campaign to help the Queensland tourism industry bounce back from Cyclone Debbie will be unveiled in Airlie Beach.

Minister's plea: Share photos to help state overcome Debbie

PICTURE PERFECT: Bowen's Horseshoe Bay's crystal blue waters have to been seen to be believed.

What is your enduring memory of a Queensland holiday?

The biggest disruption to Coast's booming resort industry

The photo of a Noosa home listed on Airbnb.

Major contributions made by short-term stay apps

Resort plans move forward, but will it actually happen?

POSSIBLE: An artist's impression of the pavilion facility building at the Turtle Street Resort on Curtis Island.

Next stage of process for luxury resort

Push for tourism to help Qld get back on track

Johanna Tramberg, 20, Amanda Siklumb, 19, My Ponten, 20, from Sweden, have arrived in Airlie Beach after Cyclone Debbie.

Backpackers are returning to the hard-hit Whitsunday tourism spots

Tourism records broken for region

1770reef Great Barrier Reef Eco Tours launched from 1770 to Lady Musgrave Island.

THE Southern Great Barrier Reef region has received positive news.

Airlie Beach tourists keen to return, without Debbie

Cyclone Debbie: the aftermath, Wednesday March 29.

An army helicopter has just flown into Airlie Beach