Flying Fish Point Tourist Park is situated approximately
7 kms from Innisfail and is within "The Great Green
Way", an area of outstanding natural beauty spanning
from Townsville to Cairns in Tropical North Queensland,
area includes two World Heritage listings. These being the
Wet Tropics Rainforests and the Great Barrier Reef. We have
over 25 tropical islands off our coast, over 12 mainland National
Parks, and we are the closest mainland access in Queensland
to the Outer Barrier Reef.
is lots to see and do in the region including:
positioned in the heart of the Cassowary Coast and is situated
88km south of Cairns and 260km north of Townsville. Both those
cities have direct air access to overseas markets.
Innisfail is on the Bruce Highway and the Palmerston Highway
connects us to the west with Atherton Tablelands (and beyond
to the Gulf Savannah). It directly accesses over 101,000 sq.
kms of highly productive land - grains, tobacco, potatoes, mangoes,
avocado and dairy products being produced. Smaller productions
of melons and coffee, show the diversity of produce available.
International deep water port at Mourilyan Harbour caters for
cargo and freight ships and is being used for a sugar handling
facility, with ships up to a draught of 8 metres being able to
region, first settled more than 110 years ago, developed as a
sugar growing and timber producing area. Sugar is still the economic
base, with total sugar revenue having a gross value in excess
of $87 million, and total cane revenue valued at $55 million.
Other major produce and industry from the area include bananas,
papaya, aquaculture, fishing and more increasingly tourism as
the secret of this tropical wonderland is revealed.
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