What is the distance from Queensland to Sydney?

The distance from Sydney to Queensland is 1,034-miles. Sydney is the state capital of New South Wales and the most populous city in Australia. Queensland is the second largest state in Australia.

Queensland is a state, and there are numerous places where one can reach the border from Sydney.

From Sydney, straight up the Pacific highway to Coolangatta at the southern end of the Gold Coast is a distance of 829 km (515 miles), and a journey of almost 11 hours.

Travelling the inland route from Sydney to Goondiwindi on the Qld/NSW border is a distance of 742 km (461 miles), and takes around nine and a half hours.

As the crow flies, Sydney is about 650 km from the border of Queensland and New South Wales.