Robina

While much has been written about some of the Gold Coast's older suburbs, little is known about some of the newer destinations such as Robina. When Singapore estate developer Robin Loh purchased some 20 square kilometres of land west of Broadbeach back in 1980, few could have predicted how the suburb of Robina would grow and flourish.

This master-planned community boasts some of the most impressive shopping and recreation facilities in the state including the Robina Town Centre and Bond University, both build around expansive lakes which are sympathetic to the laid-back lifestyle here. A little-known highlight is the Robina Dogway Dog Park which some consider the most exciting place for pooches to play on the Gold Coast due to its innovative design with hurdles, jumps and tunnels.

For a different sporting slant on Robina, this suburb is also home to the Gold Coast Titans Rugby League Team who train and play their home games at Skilled Park - Queensland's newest rectangular sporting and entertainment venue. Robina is also home to a railway station linking it to Brisbane, such are the benefits of being the new kid on the block.

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Robina Town Centre Drive
Robina, Gold Coast Area
Queensland
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Sarina Sugar Shed

Sarina, Mackay Area
There is no greater story in Australia's history than that of Australia's sugar cane industry. This story is ideally showcased, for visitors of all ages, at the Sarina Sugar Shed where you can "take the tour and taste the action".

Pacific Coast Way - Mackay to St Lawrence

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Experience four wheel drive adventures, a coral reef teeming with marine life, beautiful beaches and great camping when you travel the Pacific Coast Way between Mackay and Clairview. This stretch of coast is largely untouched.

Sarina Beach

Sarina, Mackay Area
Free Entry
Sweeping golden sand, gentle waves and a popular location for nesting turtles is what makes Sarina Beach a hot-spot for visitors and locals alike. Only a few minutes from the town of Sarina, this beautiful beach is fringed by an esplanade park with barbecue and picnic facilities.

Sarina District Historical Centre

Sarina, Mackay Area
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Sarina is situated 36 kilometres south of Mackay and 300 kilometres north of Rockhampton on the Bruce Highway. The Historical Centre is part of the 'Field of Dreams' complex on the southern outskirts of the township.

Mount Britton

Nebo, Isaac Area
Free Entry
Mount Britton is an abandoned gold mining town, situated approximately 35 minutes drive north-east of Nebo. Founded in 1880 when a tent city for gold mining sprung up, the township became known as Mount Britton.

Heritage and Mining Trail, The

Multiple Locations
Tracing the passage of coal from Queensland's Bowen Basin mines, to the port of export to overseas customers, those with an interest in resources and minerals will enjoy The Heritage and Mining Trail of the Mackay region.

The Sweetest Journey, Sugar Trail

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Mackay was barely two years old when the first sugar cane was grown in Queensland and it didn't take long to realise that the fertile river plains of the Pioneer Valley were potential sugar growing fields.

Cluffies Park in Coppabella

Coppabella, Isaac Area
Free Entry
Cluffies Park in Coppabella is the perfect place to pull-over the car, stretch the legs and absorb the serenity of the natural environment! You can find it at the entry of the little country town which lies approximately 159 kilometres west of Mackay along the Peak Downs Highway.

Armstrong Beach

Armstrong Beach, Mackay Area
Free Entry
Armstrong Beach is a gentle 12 minute drive from the township of Sarina. From Sarina head south along the Bruce Highway and turn left onto Armstrong Beach Road, signposted from the highway. Armstrong Beach is renowned for its fishing and prawning, both of which are best attempted from the beach.

Adrenalin Rush - Mackay Itinerary

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If blood-pumping excitement and a hit of adrenalin is what you seek, you're bound to get your adventure fix while visiting the Mackay region! From diving shipwrecks to wake-boarding, flying through the treetops of a rainforest, four wheel driving to riding on horseback.
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