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Discover the arts and culture of the Mackay region when you visit Artspace Mackay, the regional art gallery and museum in the centre of the city.
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Mackay Regional Council and Artspace Mackay are proud to present six pieces of artwork by Fiona Foley located in Mackay's City Centre.
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Following the discovery of gold at Nelson's Gully in 1861, January 1862 saw the first rigging of camps alongside the prospectors on the gentle sloping banks of Hood's Lagoon.
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The Clermont Historical Centre and Museum has a collection of 8,000 historical artefacts contributed by local families, companies and properties in the region and a wealth of resources thanks to dedicated volunteers.
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A single brick chimney, standing sentinel in the scrub, is now the only one remaining of the 21 chimneys which once represented the Peak Downs Copper Mines Unlimited.
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The Pioneer Valley sugar towns of Finch Hatton and Netherdale joined forces for their WWI memorial - the popular Queensland choice, a soldier or 'Digger' statue.
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The Great Inland Way - a jewel in Queensland's crown of highways - takes you from the ochre coloured outback to the crystal clear waters of the Coral Sea.
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Take a step back in time at the historic Greenmount Homestead. Developed by Albert Cook on the cattle run first taken up by Mackay pioneer Captain John Mackay, Greenmount was gifted to the city by the Cook family in 1983 and is held in trust by Mackay Regional Council.
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The city Heritage Walk highlights some of Mackay's magnificent turn-of-the-century architecture. A must for any visitor, the 90-minute walk includes many buildings that are listed with the National Trust, including the Mackay Court House and Commonwealth Bank façade.
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Pride is not reserved for big communities: take tiny Koumala, 50 kilometres south of Mackay. Its war memorial was erected in 1959, the funds raised by public subscription arranged through the Koumala RSL sub-branch.
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