Mackay and Surrounds Attractions

One of Mackay's most cherished heritage locations, Greenmount Homestead is made up of a number of buildings, including a 1915 Queenslander homestead containing more than 20,000 historical items. Explo...
Soak up the tropical Mackay heat with a trip to Bluewater Lagoon, a free three tiered lagoon situated in the heart of the city centre. Covering an area equivalent to three 50 metre swimming pools, the...
Artspace Mackay joins a network of outstanding regional galleries throughout Queensland, many of which are housed in adapted existing buildings such as Cairns, Townsville, Gladstone and Brisbane. By c...
Mackay Regional Botannic Gardens are a stunning reflection of Mackay's tropical beauty. Featuring the flora of the Central Queenslands Coastal region, view rare and unusual local plant species, with l...
Sarina Sugar Shed will offer a truly unique experience...! Using authentic miniature sugar processing machinery that has been sourced from all over the world. This working miniature sugar-processing m...
Mackay Visitors Information Centre is open daily.
Orchidways at Homebush, Mackay is an exhibit of orchids and tropical plants. Devonshire teas, kiosk and souvenirs.
The largest coal export facility in the Southern Hemisphere. Port wharves stretch 3.8kms south to sea. Coal trains, up to 2kms long, arrive at port daily. Port administration building has a viewing ga...
A very large mountainous area reached by a sealed road through the Pioneer Valley. At Broken River there are swimming facilities.
Scenic 7,000 ha coastal national park between Ilbilbie and Koumala. Remarkable for it's long sandy beaches, palm forests, freshwater lagoons and giant stands of melaleuca. Camping with minimal facilit...
Panoramic views of the city, harbour and sea.
The Mackay region is renowned for its sugar production. The tours of Fairleigh Sugar Mill at Fairleigh will explain how cane is transformed into sugar and molasses. Tours 9am and 1pm Monday -Friday du...