Located along the Bruce Highway, the Tully Visitor and Heritage Centre includes a display about the development of Tully and provides travellers with details about the many visitor attractions in the region.
The centre is open Monday to Friday: 8:30am to 4:30pm and Saturday and Sunday: 9:00am to 2:00pm.
Contact Tully Visitor and Heritage Centre on 07 4068 2288 or visit their web page.
Mission Beach owes its name to the Aboriginal mission which was built there in 1914 but was destroyed by a cyclone soon afterward. A stone memorial on Red Hill at South Mission Beach marks the site.
The Mission Beach Visitor Centre is located on the beachfront on the northern end of Porter Promenade and is run by the Mission Beach Tourism Inc. Their friendly staff and volunteers have a wealth of local knowledge and advice including information on local walking tracks, tours and commercial enterprises. Open: Monday - Saturday from 10 am to 4.45pm and Sunday 10am - 4pm. Phone: 07 4068 7066 or visit their website.
Mission Beach is one of the most important remaining homes of the endangered cassowary.
Learn more about this giant bird at the Community for Coastal and Cassowary Conservation (C4) Environment Centre, located next door to the Mission Beach Visitor Information Centre.
Call or visit the Innisfail Visitor Information Centre on Eslick St to access a wealth of information on the Cassowary Coast region. Open 7 days, Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm, Saturday 9.30am - 12.30pm and Sunday 10am - 1pm. The centre has a comprehensive selection of local and regional brochures and maps along with an excellent range of local merchandise and gifts.
This information service is provided free to those seeking a thrilling and fun-filled stay in the region. Contact Innisfail Visitor Information Centre on 07 4061 2655 or visit their webpage.
Babinda Visitor Information Centre is located on the corner of the Bruce Highway and Munro St, Babinda. This award winning centre is run completely by volunteers.
Babinda has main street shopping, as well as picnic areas, parks and an historic railway station. There are a number of protected natural areas nearby that provide recreational and tourism opportunities. The most popular is The Boulders, about seven kilometres west of town.
The Babinda Visitor Information Centre is open from 9.00am to 4pm, 7 days per week and can be contacted on 07 4067 1008 or visit their website.