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Mackay offers the quintessential Aussie holiday and caters to all types of travellers. With plenty of local wildlife and nature activities in the region, there is so much to see and do in Mackay. Must see attractions include watching the wallabies and kangaroos at sunrise at Cape Hillsborough, the platypuses in the Eungella National Park, a visit to the gorgeous uncrowded beaches, and of course the Great Barrier Reef.
The sweetest city in Australia, Mackay is the biggest sugar producing region in the country, which only makes its scenery more diverse. From highways lined with sugar cane plantations the coast opens up before you with a seemingly endless stretch of white sandy beaches. Stay in our Mackay accommodation and you will have access to over 30 of the best beaches on the North Queensland coast at your doorstep.
Off the coast, scattered throughout the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park, there are a number of tropical islands to explore and our Mackay hotels offer the perfect base to set out from. From the koala colony of St Bees Island to the pristine coral gardens of Scawfell Island and of course the entrance to the spectacular Whitsundays, Brampton Island, there is plenty to see and do while you stay in a Mackay hotel.
Need insider tips on must-see attractions in Mackay? Check out our Mackay travel guide!
Hotels in Mackay start at AU$85 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.