Located about 255 km north of Brisbane is the town of Maryborough. This beautiful town is found in the Fraser Coast region, where some of Australia's most stunning natural attractions are displayed. In addition to forests filled with towering trees and sandy beaches, there are plenty of adventure activities, the birthplace of a literary great and a wildlife sanctuary to explore. From unlimited attractions to memorable experiences, this is one Queensland vacation that won’t soon be forgotten. ... Read more »
- Maryborough Post Office Hotel
- Mary Ann Steam Engine
- Fraser Island
- Attend the Fraser Coast Show
- Explore nearby Hervey Bay
- See Maryborough's statue of Mary Poppins
Maryborough has a climate that is described as humid subtropical. Summers are hot and generally dry with temperatures of around 30°C, and from the months May through June winter approaches, but temperatures are warm at 22°C. Precipitation for the area measures in at 964 mm for the year.
Getting There & Around
Visitors can get to Maryborough by way of flights that arrive daily in Hervey Bay. From Brisbane, there are bus routes with Greyhound and Premier that arrive and depart from the area on regular schedules. Rental cars are available for visitors to reach accommodations and explore the town.
Upon arrival, the hidden gems of the surrounding area can be accessed by air, boat and discovery trails. Island hopping is easily done through ferries that travel to the Lady Elliott and Lady Musgrave islands as well.« Hide