Take some time to soak up life in the Mackay Region and venture into nature.
Wander the town centre taking in its historic, art deco buildings, or try one of the al fresco cafes and restaurants.
Escape the city and spend a day walking the shady trails of Brampton Island or pitch a tent and spend the night. Stay in comfort on Keswick Island and wake up to the rainforest coloured reefs for a full day of kayaking and snorkelling.
Inland is where you will find tropical rainforest and mountainous terrain of Eungella National Park looming over the city and the coast - home to the ever so cute platypus! A different experience awaits with towns like Nebo and Clermont offering an insight into local country life where rich mining and farming is at its core.
Take a self-drive adventure along the Hibiscus Coast – a 93km stretch of diverse landscapes from Farleigh to the coastal town of Midge Point. Along the way make a pit stop at Cape Hillsborough National Park. Where rainforest meets the ocean, this is where you will spot a wallaby playing on the beach.
On a road less travelled, the Mining Trail will take you west, far away from city-life and into the wide, beautiful landscapes, historic towns and vibrant mining communities. Head south from Mackay and experience the prosperous hinterland that is the Serenity Coast.