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Mackay Grande Suites - Mackay Hotels

Mackay Grande Suites

9 Gregory Street, Mackay - Map
4.5 out of 5 (582 reviews)
All five floors of accommodation and the first floor off street carpark are accessible only by security key cards/ to ensure …More
Oaks Rivermarque - Mackay Hotels

Oaks Rivermarque

55-63 River Street, Mackay - Map
"Great location, clean and new."
Now with a restaurant! Good food and generous serves.
Traveller from QLD
Oaks Carlyle - Mackay Hotels

Oaks Carlyle

23 Alfred Street, Mackay - Map
4.5 out of 5 (2 reviews)
Clarion Hotel Mackay Marina - Mackay Harbour Hotels

Clarion Hotel Mackay Marina

Mulherin Drive, Mackay Harbour - Map
"Noisy but nice"
The room was lovely and the staff were great, the only drawback is that every time the people in the room above went to the toilet we could hear everything.
A Traveller
Mackay's newest 4.5 star hotel,overlooking the stunning blue waters of the ocean,and one of Australias best Marinas.This …More
Coral Cay Resort Motor Inn - Mackay Hotels

Coral Cay Resort Motor Inn

14-18 Nebo Rd, Mackay - Map
Rooms not very sound proof - could hear neighbouring room I to the early hours of the morning
A Traveller
Hi-Way Units Motel - West Mackay Hotels

Hi-Way Units Motel

215 Nebo Road, West Mackay - Map
Mackay Resort Motel - West Mackay Hotels

Mackay Resort Motel

154 Nebo Road, West Mackay - Map
4.4 out of 5 (556 reviews)
Quest Mackay - Mackay Hotels

Quest Mackay

38 Macalister Street, Mackay - Map
4.4 out of 5 (101 reviews)
Quest Mackay is located in the heart of the thriving tropical city of Mackay on the coast of Central Queensland within an …More
Lanai Riverside Apartments - Mackay Hotels

Lanai Riverside Apartments

20 River Street, Mackay - Map
4.5 out of 5 (136 reviews)
Quest Mackay on Gordon - Mackay Hotels

Quest Mackay on Gordon

27 Gordon Street, Mackay - Map
4.6 out of 5 (59 reviews)
Quest Mackay on Gordon will feature 115 brand new one and two bedroom apartments and studios. This purpose built property is …More

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    Pocket Guide: Mackay

    Mackay is a lush coastal town on the cusp of the Great Barrier Reef, located smack bang in between Brisbane and Cairns along the Eastern fringe of Queensland. Take in the laid back vibes as you check out our huge range of Mackay accommodation.

    A scenic wonderland, Mackay was named after Captain John Mackay who discovered the valley of the Pioneer River on which the town is based. Why not explore the golden beaches, lush tropical rainforests, sugar cane fields and a rich and vibrant culture that makes Mackay so unique.

    Need some art therapy? Immerse yourself in Mackay’s art deco buildings by taking a self-guided Heritage Walk through the city centre. While you’re there, be sure to stop by Artspace, Mackay’s award-winning gallery and museum with an ever-changing program of local, national and international artworks. If you’re more interested in performing arts, why not check out the live arts and music festivals held throughout the year including the Lanes Easter Festival and the Mackay Festival of Arts in July. During October, you’ll love the Bluewater Ecofest with its sustainable exhibits and organic produce, and Global Grooves, which celebrates the local multi-cultural communities.

    Ready to shop? Mackay has a range of shopping outlets to experience, with dozens of boutique and specialty retailers to choose from. You’ll be spoilt for choice with a range of exclusive fashion, jewellery, designer footwear, kids clothing and toys, accessories, and unique homewares and gifts.

    Not far from Mackay, it’s definitely worth the drive to explore the misty hinterland mountains of Eungella National Park, a beautiful subtropical haven brimming with wildlife. For a more beachy day trip, chill out for the day at secluded Ball Bay half an hour away, or take a dip in Blacks Beach, one of the longest beaches in Mackay and where all you can hear is the distant echo of birds and the waves lapping against the shore.

    Further afield from Mackay, why not take a cruise to the tropical islands of the Great Barrier Reef? The lovely Brampton Island is just 32kms away, awash with hoop pines, coastal mangroves and idyllic beaches.

    Other islands to explore include Newry, South Cumberland, Smith and Northumberland Islands all surrounded by sparkling turquoise waters perfect for diving and snorkelling. To get that island feel without getting on a boat, check out the magical National Parks on the mainland that go all the way to the sea, like those at the beautiful Cape Palmerston and Cape Hillsborough.

    You can get to Mackay by flying directly there from Australia’s eastern capital cities, or by catching a flight to either Brisbane or Cairns and traveling the eight hour coastal road by car. Either way, why not escape the daily grind with a trip to Mackay and tuck yourself away in one of our Mackay hotels not far from the Pioneer Valley?

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