Ingham offers slice of Italian culture

A GREAT weekend of food, fun and festivities made the 20th anniversary of the Ingham Australian Italian Festival a time to remember. Thousands of visitors came through the gates at the TYTO Wetlands on August 2-3 to soak in the authentic Italian culture while enjoying mouth-watering homemade cuisine. reed on......... Ingham offers slice of Italian … read on

Forrest Beach

Forrest Beach is a growing beach side community approx 1.5 hours north from Townsville and just 15 minutes from the thriving town of Ingham which boasts all the amenities for a wonderful lifestyle.Forrest Beach has a Supermarket, Medical centre, Newsagency, School, Pharmacy, take-aways, Surf Club plus the recently refurbished Hotel. One more thing, there is over 20 klm of … read on

Taylors Beach

Taylors Beach is the central beach in the Shire, located between Forrest Beach and Lucinda, approximately 24 km east of Ingham. With the island and fringing reefs so close like Lady Elliot Reef or the Palm Island Group including the magnificent Orpheus Island Taylors Beach is a popular destination for locals and visitors alike. Local amenities include general store, children’s … read on

Lucinda

Lucinda, the sleepy little coastal village at the southern end of the Hinchinbrook Channel, one of the best fishing spots in all of Queensland,. It is the closest mainland connection to the beautifulHinchinbrookIslandand the closest access point to the renowned Hinchinbrook Channel. Lucinda is also home to the world's largest bulk sugar loading jetty, which is 5.76km long. … read on

Good Fortune for

Construction of a $500 million State Government approved renewable power, sugar and bio products facility in Ingham, North Queensland, is on target for completion in 2016 following a breakthrough agreement with an international partner announced today. In a joint statement, North Queensland Bio-Energy Corporation Limited (NQBE) and China’s Nanning Good Fortune … read on