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Mackay's Award Winning Park

Mackay's award winning park. 21 acres of tropical paradise. Handy to bowls, golfing, sporting clubs & taverns. Close to Northern Beaches and Shopping Centres. Clean amenities and well maintained grounds.

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Community Bank® AG.Trade.Life Agricultural Exhibition

01 May 2015 to 02 May 2015

This event is Canegrowers Mackay's third annual two-day showcase of all things agriculture across Mackay, Isaac and Whitsunday. A wide range of exhibitors who service the agricultural industry will have machinery, equipment, innovation, technology, services and products for primary producers and show patrons. Visitors will be welcomed with a host of entertainment, exhibitions, competitions and for the first time an agri-food trail with produce and products made or grown in these regions.
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Coppelia - Queensland Ballet (Mackay)

13 May 2015 to 13 May 2015

Two bickering young lovers create comic chaos in Dr Coppélius's mysterious workshop.
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Mackay Airport Beach Horse Racing Festival

06 Aug 2015 to 09 Aug 2015

The Mackay Airport Beach Horse Racing Festival is a unique combination of events surrounding the festival highlight, The Mackay Airport Beach Race Day. 7000 + people are expected to converge on Mackay Harbour Beach on Saturday 8 August 2015 to witness the 4th annual running of this exciting spectacle.
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Attractions near Andergrove Van Park

Bluewater Trail

Get out and explore this great region along the Bluewater Trail. Take a leisurely stroll or scenic bike ride along the award winning shared pathway whilst taking in much of the region's natural beauty.
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Mackay Marina Village and Shipyard

Mackay's magnificent world-class Marina Village has a tropical ambience, with leafy palms lining the waterfront esplanade and a view beyond to luxury yachts, sailing boats, blue skies and tropical islands.
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Artspace Mackay

Discover the arts and culture of the Mackay region when you visit Artspace Mackay, the regional art gallery and museum in the centre of the city. This architecturally award winning building provides visitors with an opportunity to learn about the people and history of Mackay through the Spirit and Place: Mementos of Mackay exhibition.
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Bluewater Lagoon

Enjoy the tropical weather at the free three-tiered lagoon providing fun for the whole family at Bluewater Lagoon!
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Cathu State Forest

Along the rugged Clarke Range behind the Whitsunday coast, Cathu State Forest offers a quiet retreat for nature lovers. Featuring tall eucalypts, dense rainforest and pine plantations, this forest also provides magnificent views over the Whitsunday coastline. Take binoculars to watch wildlife: more than 100 species of birds, exquisite Ulysses butterflies, whiptail and agile wallabies, and northern quolls. Bushwalk or drive scenic tracks. From Clarke Range lookout, seven kilometres from the camping area, enjoy the views. Picnic or camp beside seasonal Pandanus Creek. Before cycling or horse riding, contact Queensland Parks and Wildlife Mackay. Dogs are permitted on a leash and in daytime only.
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Heritage Walk

The Heritage Walk of Mackay's Central Business District highlights some of the city's magnificent turn-of-the-century architecture. A must for any visitor, this self-guided 90-minute walk includes many buildings that are listed with the National Trust, including the Mackay Court House and Commonwealth Bank façade. Some of these fantastic attractions include the Leichhardt Tree, Former Police Station, The Court House, the Town Hall, Holy Trinity Parish Church and the Masonic Temple.
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Lagoons Cafe and Gallery

The Lagoons Cafe and Gallery is located within the beautiful Mackay Regional Botanic Gardens. Enjoy the view from the deck of scenery and wildlife of the gardens as you dine in the Cafe and Restaurant. Or take in the environmental and cultural themes expressed in monthly exhibitions of the interpretive Gallery.
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Mackay Regional Botanic Gardens

Located just five kilometres from the Mackay city centre, the Mackay Regional Botanic Gardens showcases the beautiful tropical flora from Mackay and the Whitsundays, along with other beautiful Australian native and exotic plants from similar climates around the world. This young botanic garden opened in 2003 and provides many resources to visitors - from over three kilometres of walking and cycling trails, wetland boardwalks, a unique cafe and gallery perched high above the wildlife filled lagoons, to excellent bird watching opportunities. Feature gardens include the luxuriant Fernery, the Regional Forest, rare and threatened flora of the tropical Shade Garden and the unique Coal Garden - tracing the evolution of plants and the importance of coal.
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Mackay Town Hall

Discover a living piece of Mackay's heritage at the Town Hall in Sydney Street, Mackay. Originally built in 1912 the Mackay Town Hall is a beautiful historic building in the centre of the city which has been transformed into a welcome centre assisting new residents in the Mackay region.
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Mia Mia State Forest

Nestled in the foothills of the Clarke Range, 20 kilometres from Pinnacle west of Mackay, the Mia Mia State Forest is mostly open eucalypt forest. Bush camping and swimming is available at Captain Crossings on Teemburra Creek.
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Paxtons Creative Space and Upstairs Gallery

Paxtons Creative Space and The Upstairs Gallery situated in an 1887 built wharf on the banks of the pioneer River in Mackay. This space is designed as a haven for creativity to flourish with classes in the Creative Space and Little Peoples Learning Gallery and works from 24 local artists available to purchase from The Out Of The Box Shop.
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Smalleys Beach

Smalley's Beach is situated approximately 35 kilometres north of Mackay and is part of the Hibiscus Coast. This secluded beach is also located in the Cape Hillsborough National Park and offers limited camping sites. Facilities include toilets, and small secluded sites. Water must be brought with you. Camping is by self registration.
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South Cumberland Islands National Park

South Cumberland Islands National Park encompasses nine islands. Rocky, rugged, hoop pine-dominated headlands stand out from open eucalypt woodland and extensive grasslands of the wind-exposed slopes. Protected coves shelter long, sandy beaches, while deep gullies hide remnants of dry rainforest.
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The Leichhardt Tree

After the first supply schooner "Presto" arrived in August 1862 The Leichhardt Tree played a significant part in Mackay's maritime history. As thousands of settlers, ships and cargoes arrived in Mackay the tree was used as an anchor for ships to tie to for access into Mackay. Wharves and warehouses were soon developed along River Street and the city grew up around our beautiful blue river.
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Town Beach

Popular for its sensational sunrises, Town beach offers great views of Flat and Round Top Islands and Dalrymple Bay. Town Beach is very popular with locals and visitors for late afternoon walks, fishing and watching the impact of Mackay's huge tides which can go out for miles during peak times.
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World War I Memorial Cenotaph and Jubilee Park

Mackay's WWI cenotaph relays the loss of 159 local men killed in active service, eight of whom were awarded military decorations.
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"Llewellyn" Dive Site

Exciting wreck diving is to be had at the historic 'Llewellyn' site, east of Mackay on the Great Barrier Reef. The steamer was last seen departing Cape Capricorn Lighthouse on 17 July 1919 and disappeared during heavy gales as it sailed from Rockhampton to Bowen. The location of the vessel remained a mystery until 1997, when the shipwreck was located 35 kilometres east of Mackay.
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Ball Bay

The picturesque beach settlement of Ball Bay is located 35 kilometres north of Mackay. Ball Bay offers secluded camping on a small grassy campground. The facilities include toilets, cold beach showers, wood barbecues and drinking water, however animals are not allowed. Ball Bay offers easy and close access to Cape Hillsborough National Park bushwalking tracks. Ball Bay is also a great beach for fishing.
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Bluewater Trail Public Art

Mackay Regional Council and Artspace Mackay are proud to present six pieces of artwork by Fiona Foley located in Mackay's City Centre. Fiona Foley is one of Australia's most experienced public art makers and each piece holds significant importance in the history of Mackay. The pieces following the Bluewater Trail and are located at the Bluewater Lagoon and Bluewater Quay.
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Far Beach

Far Beach is a popular destination for locals and visitors for late afternoon walks, fishing and watching the impact of Mackay's huge tides, which can go out for miles during peak times. Far Beach is only a five minute drive from Mackay's city heart. Far Beach also offers great views of Flat and Round Top Islands and Dalrymple Bay, the area is also well equipped with playground facilities and shady barbecue and picnic areas.
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Gooseponds, North Mackay

The Gooseponds in North Mackay are a popular walking track among locals and an initiative of Mackay Regional Council's 10,000 steps program.
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Grasstree Beach

Only 15 minutes down the road from Sarina is Grasstree Beach, situated on Zelma Bay. Once you've discovered the spot you'll be hooked. Grasstree Beach has a wonderful climate and is protected by a group of islands. The beach itself is magnificent, and beach walking is a favourite activity. Sarina, with banks, supermarkets and services, is 13 kilometres away. Fishing is a popular pastime, and anglers will find great opportunities for both beach and creek fishing, or even reef fishing if they prefer. The creeks have flathead, whiting and bream, so holiday makers can catch a few good meals during their stay. Boat ramp facilities are available at the creek. Grasstree Beach dates back to the 1880s when gold was found in the hills at the back of the beach.
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Harbour Beach

A five to 10 minute drive north of the city centre and adjacent to the multi-million dollar Reef Marina development, the popular Harbour Beach is patrolled and is a favourite with locals, offering the ideal spot for picnics, fishing and swimming.
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Illawong Beach

Along Illawong Beach you are likely to see windsurfers or avid fisherman casting from the beach. The long stretch of beach offers a relaxing leisurely walk with great views of Hay Point and Dalrymple Bay Coal Terminal. At the nearby Quota Park you can find toilets, barbeques and picnic facilities.
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Lamberts Beach

Lamberts Beach is seasonally patrolled and the lookout offers fabulous sea views out to the Cumberland Islands. It's also a popular spot for surfers when the swell is right, and a great whale watching platform during the winter months. Shady areas, picnic tables, play equipment and barbecues are all available at Lamberts Beach. Slade Point Reserve lies at Lamberts Beach stretching 73 hectares and conserving one of the last remaining areas of coastal dunes and paperbark wetlands in the Mackay region. Visitors can walk through the reserve.
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Lamberts Lookout

Overlooking Lamberts Beach, the Cumberland Islands and Slade Point, Lamberts lookout offers stunning views especially at sunset. This is also a popular viewing platform to see the migrating whales as they breach and play off the coast of Mackay.
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Mackay Entertainment and Convention Centre

There is always something happening at the Mackay Entertainment and Convention Centre (MECC), situated in the heart of Mackay. From stellar musical performances from international and national stars, comedy roadshows, local productions, ice-skating and much more.
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Memorial Swim Centre

The Memorial Swim Centre is located in Mackay's City Centre and beside Canelands Shopping Centre. This is the only heated public pool in Mackay and remains a constant temperature of 26 degrees in both the 50 metre pool and toddler pool year round.
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Pioneer Swim Centre

The Pioneer Swim Centre is situated in the John Breen Park recreational precinct in North Mackay.
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Queens Park - Orchid House

Relax and enjoy the beautiful Orchid House, intricately placed in the historic Queens Park gardens, boasting a broad collection of unique and exquisite orchids.
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Slade Point

Slade Point Reserve lies at Lamberts Beach, stretching 73 hectares and conserving one of the last remaining areas of coastal dunes and paperbark wetlands in the Mackay region. Visitors can walk through the reserve. Lamberts Beach and Slade Point, on the other side of McReady's Creek are often favourite haunts for mackerel and reef fish.
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The Horizons Mosaic

Stroll and discover the mosaics, terrazzo images and the bronze plaques and sculptures of the Mackay Horizons Project, completed by members of the community in 1993. On each of the four corners of the crossroads you will find the centre piece of the street. There are five areas to look for: The Rainforest, The Pioneer Valley, The Coast, The Islands and The Reef.
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The Kommo Toera Trail

This one kilometre boardwalk system provides a close view of almost every habitat found in this coastal environment and awe-inspiring wildlife.
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Andergrove Van Park
40-68 Beaconsfield Rd East North Mackay
South 21° 7.41 East 149° 10.70

Contact Information

(07) 4942 4922
(07) 4942 3257
Free Call 1800 424 922

Park Details

Ensuite Cabin
Non Smoking
Ensuite Powered Site
Powered Site
Linen Hire
Amenities Block with Invalid Assistant
Swimming Pool
No Pets

Cabins and Charges

2 Persons From
Ensuite Cabin $95
Non-Ensuite Cabin $95
Ensuite Site $40
Powered Site $35
Linen Charges $10
Extra Adult $8
Extra Child $8

Local Attractions

Mackay Marina, Eimeo Hotel, Orchid House, Botanical Gardens, Blue Water Trail and Blue Water Lagoon. Historical Centres - Mackay Museum, Greenmount Homestead, Pioneer Valley - Finch Hatton Gorge & Eungella National Park.
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