Cassowary Coast

Innisfail | Babinda | Mission Beach | Tully | Cardwell | Mena Creek | Hinchinbrook

Access to the Atherton Tablelands is via the Palmerston Highway, a sealed road that connects to the Bruce Highway at Innisfail.

A unique part of Australia, absolutely unique part of North Queensland with wide open spaces, tropical beaches all to yourself.

No crowds, no rush, no stress.

Cassowary Coast is a region built to explore.

  • Explore natural wonders.
  • Indigenous Culture
  • Agricultural Heritage
  • Fantastic Adventures

For more information on exploring the Cassowary Coast, visit www.tropicalcoasttourism.com.au.

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6 Top Spots: Lookouts To Look For

Millaa Millaa Lookout Photo: @andrewwatsonphoto The peaceful and simply stunning Milla Milla Lookout will take your eyes from the Atherton Tablelands to the coast on a really clear day. At 1070m its one of the best places to take in the beauty of the Tablelands with a 180 degree sweep from northwest to southeast. On McHugh Road, just a short …

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All Roads Lead to the Atherton Tablelands

There is a common saying around here that all roads lead to the Atherton Tablelands and this could not be truer. From dusty bush roads to spectacular coastal and rainforest areas, your adventure to the Atherton Tablelands promises to be one of the most unforgettable journeys you will encounter. The Cassowary Coast region acts as one of the most important …

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Great Tropical Drive

The Great Tropical Drive offers ever changing landscapes as it passes through unique regions of North Queensland including Cooktown, Port Douglas and Daintree, Cairns and its beaches, Mission Beach and the Cassowary Coast, the Atherton Tablelands, the Gulf Savannah, Townsville, Charters Towers and Hinchinbrook. Drive from Cairns to Townsville, through World Heritage-listed reef and rainforests to golden outback savannah. On …

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