AUSTRALIA'S most beloved breakfast show team from Nine's Today Show are going on tour, including a visit to Rockhampton where anchor Karl Stefanovic first began his career.

The entire team will broadcast from Noosa on the Sunshine Coast on Monday May 30, before heading to Rockhampton on Tuesday.

The show will be filmed in front of the Great Western Hotel.

On Wednesday the roadshow will be northbound, capturing Airlie Beach as the jumping-off point to the Whitsundays and Great Barrier Reef.

Karl Stefanovic and Lisa Wilkinson host Channel 9's Carols by Candlelight.
Karl Stefanovic started his TV career in Rockhampton. Next week, he and co-host of the Today Show Lisa Wilkinson will be broadcasting live from the Beef Capital. Contributed - Channel 9/WIN

Capricorn Enterprise chief executive Mary Carroll said the live coverage is worth $2 million in publicity for the Rockhampton region and "is absolutely one of our greatest highlights to date."

"To welcome Karl back to where his media career began, along with Lisa, Richard and Sylvia is so very exciting for our entire community, not just to meet these media personalities, but the chance to win cold hard cash!" she said.

 "Thanks to a long term association with the Today Show Producers, it was great to host them a few weeks ago and assist with a number of site inspections around the city and connect them with key suppliers for this massive logistical event to become a reality," Ms Carroll said.

"Of course there will be a few famous locals who hail from Rocky, as well as a few surprises, but we don't want to let the 'bull' out of the bag just yet." 

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Stefanovic and Wilkinson will be joined by Richard Wilkins, Sylvia Jeffreys, Tim Gilbert and Ross Greenwood.

In a series of special reports, Steve Jacobs will criss-cross the country on a mission to find the best places to entertain the kids without breaking the bank. Just in time for the school holidays, he'll report from the Sydney Maritime Museum, the Collingwood Children's Farm, the Holden State of Origin Kids' Challenge in Sydney, the Aranyani Bison Adventure Tourist Park in the Northern Rivers region of NSW, and the spectacular Butterfly House in Coffs Harbour.

The streets of Logan in South-East Queensland will be abuzz with ecstatic locals when Dami Im returns to her hometown following her incredible performance at Eurovision. Richard Wilkins will be centre stage at Dami's old school, John Paul College, for an extraordinary homecoming concert by the star singer.

During the week-long travel adventure, viewers will meet ordinary Australians with extraordin

ary stories to tell from the breathtaking places they call home. There will be plenty of famous faces joining the team along the way. Plus, be sure to tune in for the highly anticipated return of the hugely popular Dickie's Double Dip.

"These We Love Australia trips are the best part about my job. Where else would you get to visit five different towns across our amazing country in a week, enjoying all the local hospitality along the way?" Stefanovic said.

"We love getting the Today team together and heading out to explore all the great destinations Australia has to offer," Wilkinson said.

" But this particular We Love Australia week is going to be hard to beat, with three days in the stunning Queensland warmth and two days in Aussie wine country. Karl and I still aren't sure why the boss said yes to this, but the tickets are booked and we can't wait."