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Exciting wreck diving is to be had at the historic 'Llewellyn' site, east of Mackay on the Great Barrier Reef.
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Mining towns are sometimes overlooked when planning an itinerary, yet if you happen to enjoy a spot of birdwatching, then Dysart is one mining town worth visiting! Enjoying a diverse array of habitats, Dysart is home to a variety of bird species that even the most passionate birdwatcher hopes to see! Pack your walking shoes, don a hat and some SPF 30+ and prepare to listen out for bird calls and study the wildlife with your naked eye through some binoculars.
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Enjoy the tropical weather at the free three-tiered lagoon providing fun for the whole family at Bluewater Lagoon!
Located overlooking the picturesque Pioneer River in the heart of Mackay's City Centre, the facility covers an area equivalent to three 50 metre swimming pools providing a safe year round stinger-free environment for kids and adults alike! Key features include a spectacular waterfall connecting the two main lagoon areas and a children's water playground where kids will have a ball with a drop-bucket and wading pool.
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Get out and explore this great region along the Bluewater Trail. Take a leisurely stroll or scenic bike ride along the award winning shared pathway whilst taking in much of the region's natural beauty.
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Visit Broken River in Eungella National Park for one of the best spots in Australia to see a platypus in its natural environment.
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Cape Palmerston National Park features sandy dunes, unspoilt beaches and rocky headlands, with Mount Funnel towering to 344 metres.
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Along the rugged Clarke Range behind the Whitsunday coast, Cathu State Forest offers a quiet retreat for nature lovers.
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In Crediton State Forest, dry eucalypt forests contrast with lush pockets of rainforest and dramatic views.
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Eungella Dam is 120 kilometres west of Mackay and is one of Queensland's more established freshwater fisheries.
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Set in the mountains west of Mackay, Eungella National Park is one of Queensland's most ecologically diverse parks in Australia.
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