• Where can you discover a taste of Italian life in Townsville North Queensland? With more than half Ingham's population being of Italian descent it isn't surprising that the township is often referred to as "Little Italy". Settled in 1864, Ingham is the heart of the local sugar cane industry, where many Italian migrants came to work, and has one of the largest sugar mills in Australia. The annual Australian-Italian Festival in August brings thousands of visitors to the town to enjoy Italian wine, cuisine, music and culture. Today, the town is just over an hour's drive from Townsville and offers

  • Taylors Beach
    Taylors Beach

    Taylors Beach is a quiet beachside community centrally located between Forrest Beach and Lucinda and

  • Wet Tropics Great Walk
    Wet Tropics Great Walk

    Passing through North Queensland's Wet Tropics World Heritage listed area, the Wet Tropic's Walk is

  • Mount Fox
    Mount Fox

    Located south-west of Ingham, Mount Fox was created by a violent volcanic explosion about 100000

  • Jourama Falls Track, Paluma Range National Park
    Jourama Falls Track, Paluma Range National Park

    Jourama Falls track, Paluma Range National Park Grade: moderate. Distance: three kilometres return. Time: allow

  • The  Pub With No Beer
    The Pub With No Beer

    Lees Hotel is the original "Pub With No Beer " in Ingham, Queensland. Made famous

  • Jourama Falls, Paluma Range National Park
    Jourama Falls, Paluma Range National Park

    A picturesque waterfall on Waterview Creek, rainforest, vine forest and open woodland feature in this

  • TYTO Wetlands
    TYTO Wetlands

    Experience the natural beauty and tranquil environment of TYTO Wetlands, a unique 90-hectare natural wetland

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