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Sea-S-Ta

30 Bryant Street, Tully QLD 4854
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Googarra Beach Caravan Park

7 Tully Heads Rd , Hull Heads QLD 4854
Very clean quiet park, freindly staff, postioned between the Tully & Hull rivers with easy boat access to Dunk & surrounding islands with great fishing . Large caravan sites and camping grounds, washing machines & dryer. Take away food & supermarket ,licensed cafe, LPG refill or swap & go gas bottles, petrol & diesel, bait & ice, ATM open 7 days a week 6.00am - 7.30pm. pets on application, Get your 7th nite free

Golden Gumboot

Butler Street, Tully QLD 4854
Originally the Golden Gumboot was a competition between Tully, Innisfail and Babinda as to which town is the wettest in Australia. The winner for the competition (since 1970) was awarded with a rubber boot and with an annual rainfall of up to seven metres - Tully was the winner. The boot is composed of fibreglass and has a spiral staircase to the top of the boot that allows a view of the town. Historical photographs of floods in the district are displayed on the walls inside the boot for visitors to view as they climb to the top. The gumboot was designed, fabricated and installed by Brian Newell. ...

Ingan Tours

Tully Railway Station Bruce Highway, Tully QLD 4854
When you experience Indigenous culture in Tropical North Queensland you immediately open a gateway to the unique and authentic cultures of the Rainforest Aboriginal People. Ingan Tours is an Australian company that is 100 per cent Aboriginal owned by the Grant family in Tully, North Queensland. They are situated two and a half hours south of Cairns and 45 minutes south of Mission Beach. For thousands of years their Ancestors have walked through the rainforest across mountainous regions, creeks and rivers via Aboriginal trading routes to hunt and gather together for ceremonial rituals and marriages with neighbouring tribal communities. Their tours and educational programs provide insight into this unique lifestyle and demonstrate how life was for these people before contact from the outside world. A range of quality products are on offer, from hiking, weaving, bush tucker, string making, and mountainous trekking to student educational tours which journey you through some of the best World Heritage Rainforest in the world. Walk in the footsteps of their Ancestors and let them inspire you by viewing the world through their eyes....