South East Queensland is the most populous region in Queensland and it was one of the first parts to be settled and explored by white men. It is one of the fastest growing regions in Queensland.
South East Queensland was inhabited by Aboriginals at the time of James Cook's voyage. In 1839, Europeans were able to settle in the region.
South East Queensland is integrated by its public transport system, Translink.
- Girraween National Park
- Bunya Mountains National Park
- Springbrook National Park
- Lamington National Park
- Glass House Mountains National Park