White Water Rafting Tully Gorge

WHITE WATER RAFTING TULLY RIVER – 2019 World Championships ABOUT THE EVENT White water rafting in Tully Gorge is known as one of the premier courses in the world. Over 1,000 of the world’s best white water rafters will travel to the Cassowary Coast for a chance to become the ‘ best of the best’. The event is to be held over 7 days from 13- 20 May 2019 with teams … Continue readingWhite Water Rafting Tully Gorge

Babinda Golf Club

Babinda Golf Club: 9 Holes, Par 72 course The Club is open for casual golf 7 days a week. An honour system applies as the Clubhouse if only open when the Competitions are taking place. Visitors are very welcome. Competition days. Nine holes each Wednesday and Friday starting 3.00pm Saturday 18 hole comp starting at 1.00pm… See more VISITORS are very WELCOME Fees are as follows: 9 holes – $10.00, 18 holes – … Continue readingBabinda Golf Club

Things to do in and around Tully

Indigenous Tours  Rated as #1 by Tripadvisor! Play a round at the Tully Golf Course.  9 Holes, friendly and welcoming. Or try a game of Bowls at Tully Bowls Club Climb Mt Tyson (takes approx. 3 hours) Go White Water Rafting on Tully River (Grade 3-4 rapids – a great experience) Climb to the top of the Golden Gumboot Take a Sugar Mill tour (June – October) Have a refreshing … Continue readingThings to do in and around Tully

Tully Golf Club

Tully Golf Club Visitors and locals are very welcome!  When the Club House is not open the usual honour system applies.   See them on Facebook 4 June 2017 Recently joined this quirky country club, found everyone here to be most helpful,friendly and welcoming. Well stocked bar open on competition days by volunteers, course in great condition credit to Sinto for that…..it may not be the longest course but most holes … Continue readingTully Golf Club

The 10 secret missions of Mission Beach

WRITTEN BY Steve Madgwick • October 31, 2017 – www.australiantraveller.com  Chic and airy: Bibesia Restaurant, Castaways Resort & Spa Mission Beach (photo: Elise Hassey) It’s a slice of Queensland the way it used to be, in both a modern and ancient context, where two World Heritage areas just happen to bump into each other.Silently chilling out on the unspoiled coves and beaches between Cairns and Townsville, Mission Beach harbours a few secrets you’ll … Continue readingThe 10 secret missions of Mission Beach