Mackay Natural Holidays,
Beaches and Activities
Offshore the Great Barrier Reef offers Mackay visitors the lower Whitsunday Islands which include Brampton, Keswick, St Bees and Scawfell, all offer exciting beachcombing, fishing, bushwalking, diving and snorkelling opportunities. You will find resort accommodation available on Brampton Island and an intimate Guesthouse hideaway on Keswick Island. For the more adventurous, camping is available on Carlisle and St Bee’s Island (with a permit only).
The Mackay Region boasts two stunning National Parks - Eungella where you can see the platypus frolic in the wild and Cape Hillsborough, pictured above where the white sandy beaches are fringed by mountainous rainforest and native bush land- don’t miss sunset on the water’s edge with the local kangaroos. Our Northern beaches offer great dining, resort accommodation and million dollar views of Brampton, Keswick and St Bee’s Island’s from the well-known Eimeo Hotel.Take a tour or embark upon a journey of discovery into one of Queensland’s most unspoilt destinations, blessed with pristine beaches, ancient rainforests, picturesque off shore islands and coral gardens, historical country towns and outback personalities. Discover Mackay on your next holiday!