Discover your Mackay accommodation
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From $142 pn
Mackay accommodation places you amidst a seaside village is awash with pristine white sand lapped by gentle aqua waters, a luscious national park, and a seaside hub of kangaroos! Can you believe the sugar capital of Australia is more than just a sea of cane fields?
Voted Wotif’s Australian Town of the year, Mackay is a hub of world class beaches, is home to the stunning Eungella National Park, and is a gateway town to the Great Barrier Reef. The perfect base for reef exploration and island hoping you can jet off to discover the koala colony on St Bees Island, the vibrant coral gardens of Scawfel Island, or the famous entryway to the Whitsundays, Brampton Island!
Before your next coastal adventure, talk to the Queensland holiday experts at Discover Queensland on 1300 788 553. Our friendly team can help select the perfect Mackay accommodation to suit your budget and holiday style.
Mackay weather is characterised by a tropical year round climate that consists of balmy summers and warm winters both with fantastic water temperatures perfect for swimming and water sports.
Sea breezes ensure that even the hottest of summer days enjoy a reprieve, whether it be in the water, on the reef, or alfresco dining in a stunning restaurant. Rainfall tends to be heavier in summer; however, showers tend to be in the mornings and evenings.
Winters remain filled with sunshine, warm waters, and a blissfully dry climate perfect for beachside holidays.View Weather