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Sightseeing Attractions Mackay Queensland

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Things To Do In Mackay

Mackay was once a sleepy sugar town, basking in the riches of the sugar cane industry. Today Mackay is a thriving city and the hub of the rich coal mining industry to it's west.

Friendly people, plenty of sun and a gentle tropical climate makes Mackay one of the most sought after towns to raise a family. Sandy beaches, full employment and the relaxed lifestyle that only the tropics can give, makes Mackay a perfect paradise for all.

Mackay Harbour Beach on a pleasant Sunday afternoon. Like to go fishing, swimming, or perhaps sailing the clear blue waters of the Coral Sea. Mackay has something for you.

Care for a round of golf, a walk through dense rainforest or want to grab a bargain in airconditioned comfort, Mackay can meet your needs also. In fact there is certainly something that everybody will enjoy in the tropical delights of this booming Central Queensland City.

Mackay was first settled around 1862, and named after Captain John Mackay who discovered lush land of the Pioneer Valley. Perfect for cattle grazing, the early pioneers saw that the climate would be ideal for growing sugar cane and began an industry that would place Mackay on maps worldwide.

Today Mackay is home to much more that the cattle and sugar industries. Mackay is the base for the rich Bowen Basin coal fields to the west and the coal loading ports of Hay Point and Dalrymple Bay are directly to the south of Mackay, providing a steady financial benefit to the regions population.

Relaxed and friendly with golden beaches, tropical islands on the doorstep and some fabulous scenery inland, holiday makers to the Mackay region certainly have a huge array of wonders to see and experience.

Come to Mackay and stay for a day or two. Many come here and stay forever.


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