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‘Sugar Cane Capital of Australia’

Ayr home to the richest sugar cane growing region in Australia, with an abundant supply of fresh water from the mighty Burdekin River system and three sugar mills to process the crop from this area. Ayr is also home to the largest mango producing region and a contender for the melon capital of Australia.

The Burdekin Water Festival is held each year to celebrate the mighty river that flows through the area and is prone to gigantic floods.

5km north of the town is Brandon a small village servicing the sugar cane farmers in this area.

The area boasts a friendly reputation, with many facilities for the visitor. Visit the Ayr Nature Display, the Burdekin Theatre or find out about the huge Burdekin River Irrigation area.

In addition to our listed online travel guide information, contact the local tourism visitor centre for your destination for more attractions, tours, local maps and other information.

Information Centre Ayr/Burdekin Tourism Association
Burdekin Theatre Queen St
AYR QLD 4807
Ph: 07 4783 2888
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Ayr and Brandon Attractions

Billabong Sanctuary
• Ph: 07 4778 8344 • Email
Billabong Sanctuary is Australia’s best interactive wildlife experience. Nowhere else in Australia will you have the opportunity to interact with so many of Australia’s native animals. Your experience will be enhanced by the Sanctuary’s friendly staff of rangers from whom you will gain a tremendous knowledge of Australian animals and where to find these animals in the wild.

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