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Maryborough - Cities, Towns and Localities


‘Heritage City’

Named after the wife of Governor Fitzroy, Maryborough was settled in 1847 on a bend in the Mary River and is one of Queensland oldest provincial cities. The city abounds with magnificent colonial architecture, fabulous gardens and stately public buildings reflecting the growth and vitality of the city. Historic items of interest include Customs House in the Wharf Street precinct, the Bond Store Museum and Brennan Geraghty’s Store a shop classified by the National Trust.

Sugar, timber and engineering are the main industries in the area today, alongside tourism. Fraser Island, Hervey Bay, Maryborough, and the Great Barrier Reef are part of the Fraser Coast. Located just 3 hours north of Brisbane, in the south eastern region of Queensland, it is one of Australia’s great holiday destinations.

Check out our listing of Maryborough accommodation. 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 Maryborough / Fraser Island Visitors Information Centre
Maryborough City Hall
388-396 Kent Street
MARYBOROUGH QLD 4650
Ph: 07 4190 5742
Freecall: 1800 214 789
Email
Web: www.maryborough.qld.gov.au / www.visitmaryborough.info
Open
Monday to Friday 9 am - 5 pm
Weekends 9 am - 3 pm
Hours may vary, contact visitor centre
Maryborough & Fraser Coast Visitor Information Centre
BP South, Bruce Highway
MARYBOROUGH QLD 4650
Ph: 07 4121 4111
Freecall: 1800 214 789
Email
Web: www.frasercoastholidays.info/
Open
Monday to Friday 8:30 am - 5 pm
Closed weekends and public holidays
Hours may vary, contact visitor centre

Maryborough Attractions

Great Sandy National Park (Fraser Island)
The worlds largest sand island 123km long covers over 165000ha and is home to a huge variety of plant and animals with some unusual features for an island made entirely of sand. Such as rainforests, freshwater lakes, extensive woodlands, large variety of wildflowers, long sandy beaches. So unusual is this islands natural features that the entire Island has been granted a World Heritage Listing.
Historic Buildings
City Hall, Maryborough Post Office, HM Customs House, The Courthouse, Bond Store Museum and many more.
Midnight Grocer Brennan & Geraghty’s Store Museum
• 64 Lennox St, MARYBOROUGH QLD
Large single-storey timber store, built in 1871, is an excellent example of a well-appointed store of the period. Its Victorian brick and stucco facade, six-panel doors and shuttered shop windows all make it an imposing structure. It was refurbished in 1990 and returned to its original condition.
Mount Walsh National Park
Wild wilderness park covering 5 240ha and only 84 km west of Maryborough, steep rugged mountain ranges with massive granite outcrops and a wide variety of flora and fauna.
Old Maryborough
Original site of Maryborough until 1855, now a heritage walk with plaques desribing the location and details of many historic buildings some of which were relocated to the new towns location.
The Royal Hotel
‘The Royal Hotel, famous for its hospitality and service since 1856, has been host to Governor Generals, State Governors, Prime Ministers, Premiers, and many distinguished overseas visitors’. The distinction of royal patronage was bestowed on the hotel by Governor Bowen when he conducted his first official function at the hotel. In 1930 Governor Sir Leslie Orme Wilson wrote to King George V questioning the hotel’s status and its royal patronage was confirmed. The Regal Room retains the Coat of Arms, presented by Governor Bowen.

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Maryborough Distance

Distance to Maryborough
• Following are some approximate distances by road to Maryborough:
  Km
Brisbane 253.4
Cairns 1,451.4
Childers 60.2
  Km
Gympie 86.9
Gladstone 282.7
Noosa Heads 150.0
Distances given are only approximation, they should be verified with the appropriate maps.
The Australian Automotive Motoring Associations also offer select access to travel trip planners.

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