Police have issued almost 1,400 speeding infringement notices as part of the road safety campaign.
Police allege one motorist was caught travelling at 162km/h in a 100km/h zone on the Pacific Motorway at Carrara, while another was recorded at 128km/h in an 80km/h zone on the Cunningham Highway at Tarome, west of the Gold Coast.
A further 56 drivers have been charged with drink driving after police conducted more than 12,300 Random Breath Tests on Good Friday.
In one incident, a 50-year-old woman allegedly returned a roadside breath test reading of 0.277 percent, after crashing a car into a seafood business on Rio Vista Boulevard at Broadbeach Waters on the Gold Coast yesterday.
Police say the woman was sitting outside the crash scene consuming a tray of hot chips when they arrived.
She is expected to be charged with drink driving, and driving unlicensed.