Accommodation in Mackay

Accommodation in Mackay

Accommodation in Mackay

Mackay is surrounded by the Hibiscus Coast National Park and Cape Hillsborough National Park. Mother Nature has dealt a very good hand. The accommodation is just as diverse here, though. There is something for everyone in Mackay, whether you want to stay in a cosy cabin under a tree canopy or a historic hotel right in the centre.

You’ll find comfort in the town where you will find a variety of hotels, motels, and self-contained apartments. All of these are located amongst Mackay City’s art deco streets. You can also hop on a boat at the nearby marina. There are plenty of private boats, luxury yachts, and fishing charters that will provide you with a comfortable place to rest your head.

A temporary home for outdoor enthusiasts who want to return to nature can be found in the countryside away from the bustling city. You can base yourself in picturesque Cape Hillsborough. This is right at the edge of a national parks, where camping and caravan sites join cabins or motels. Eungella National Park is another option. This place, which means “a land above the clouds”, has a collection of campsites, caravan parks, and cabins.

Mackay Accommodation — Our base for unforgettable adventures

Mackay offers amazing experiences. From the stunningly beautiful tropical islands along its coastline, to its well-known fishing spots and lush hinterlands that offer exceptional hiking opportunities, Mackay has it all. Mackay is more than a gateway to amazing adventures further afield. It’s also a destination by itself with an incredible selection of accommodation options for all types of holidaymakers and travellers. Mackay’s recently revitalized city centre has hotels, motels, self-contained apartments and serviced accommodation. There are also a number of camping sites, backpacker hostels and caravan parks all within a short drive.

Keswick Island is a great place to find a tropical island escape. It’s located in the Coral Sea at South Whitsundays, Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. The Great Barrier Reef can be seen from Keswick Island, which is only 15 minutes away from Mackay. This short trip can be made scenic by hiring one of the many helicopters or charter planes that are available. You are looking for something closer to the ocean? You can find affordable accommodation at a variety of locations, including tent and caravan sites, self-contained villas, and the beachfront resorts of Dolphin Heads just 15 minutes from the city centre.

Ideal for families

Mackay offers accommodation for everyone, particularly parents with children who are looking for accommodation with swimming pools and other amenities to entertain their kids. Mackay has a variety of spacious rooms and suites that are perfect for family holidays.

Mackay has a lot of holiday apartments for families that are ideal for them. If a large, self-contained, fully-air-conditioned apartment, townhouse, or villa on the beach sounds like the perfect escape for your tribe, then you will find it in sunny Mackay.

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