The northeasern Australian state of Queensland has an enormously long coastline which covers nearly 7k km (around 4.3k mi). Much of this expanse is on the state's eastern coast along the Coral Sea. In this drone video by contributor Jeremie B, you'll get some great aerial views of a stretch of this enormous coastline which he covered over the course of a three week trip. The starting point is the oddly named town of 1770 north of Brisbane, running about 1.4k km (aroun 900 mi.) north to Cape Tribulation.