Europcar Mackay Airport Car Rental

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Europcar Mackay Airport Car Rental
Terminal Building
Mackay 4740 Qld

Other Car Depots Located in Mackay Airport

Thrifty Mackay Airport Depot
Terminal Building
Mackay Qld 4740

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Mackay at a Glance

Mackay lies on the East coast of Australia, 900 kilometres north of the Queensland state capital, Brisbane. A tropical wonderland of beautiful beaches and lush rainforest, it has access to a number of the more southerly Whitsunday Islands. Currently in the middle of an economic and population boom because of a surge in prosperity in the nearby mines, Mackay is also gaining a reputation as a pleasant and picturesque place to visit. Come and explore this large regional centre and its surrounds in a comfortable and safe rental car from Rent New Cars.

Ideas For Visitors to Mackay
  1. Harbour Beach is a ten minute drive north of the city, and is great for picnics, fishing and swimming. Favoured by the locals, it is lifeguard patrolled and is home to the Mackay Surf Life Club and other restaurants. Mulherin Park lies nearby, where there are picnic and barbeque facilities.
  2. An hours drive south east of town lies Cape Palmerston National Park, a diverse park whose rugged landscapes range from sand dunes to rocky headlands to mangrove swamps. There is prime bird watching here, and wildlife abounds in the bush and on the waterways.
  3. Beach bums really are spoiled for choice, with 31 beaches lying nearby to the city. Two of the most popular beaches are Far and Town beaches, which are also closest to the city centre. Here you can witness the full force of the powerful tides that Mackay is known for.
  4. To experience a natural paradise with incredible views and sheltered bays pay a visit to Keswick Island, part of the Whitsunday group of islands. A designated National Park, the bush setting is complemented by the pristine sandy beaches and bright blue waters.
  5. The Pioneer Valley is 40 kilometres away from Mackay, and in it lies the expansive Kinchant Dam. There is a beautiful park area here, and the waters are stocked with local fish species so the fishing is incredible. Its a great spot for a day trip.