Innisfail is a prosperous, colourful town, situated on the North and South Johnstone Rivers, and is surrounded by rich green landscape.
Innisfail Queensland Australia
Innisfail Far North Queensland
Lush sugar plantations flow from the dense rainforest coastline to the thick jungles of the Palmerston National Park to the west.
has been grown here since the early 1880's. Tea, bananas, pawpaws
and other exotic tropical fruits are also grown within the area.
Aquaculture also plays an important part in the area's economy ranging from prawn, barramundi and fresh crayfish to crocodile farming.
your luck at fishing at Flying Fish Point and at Ella Bay or beach
fishing at nearby Kurrimine Beach and Bramston Beach. For
estuary fishing try your luck at the North Johnstone River and
in the harbour.
There are deep sea and game fishing charters out to the Great Barrier Reef for serious anglers as well.
is plenty of activity on offer. The Wet Tropics World Heritage Area
provides some of the oldest rainforest in the World. There are numerous
camping grounds with self-registering stations to provide camping
permits for over night stays.
The Johnston River has several water tours, canoeing and kayaking options. There is also a mini golf and a local golf course, ten pin bowling and tennis as well as a local Returned Services League club. For the active you may consider horse trekking on some rugged winding trails through pristine rainforest!