Ingham, North Queensland, Australia
Located just north of Brisbane, Ingham, North Queensland, is situated on the north eastern side of Australia. Originally established as a sugarcane farming centre in the 1860s, Ingham is now home to several industries, including timber, fishing, and cattle. Ingham is settled near the Herbert River and offers many attractions for locals and visitors alike, including sporting events, outdoor parks, and annual festivals. Some attractions include the Cloudy Creek Track and the Jagany Walk.
- Tyto Wetlands
- Victoria Mill
- Ingham Memorial Gardens
- Visit the Australian-Italian Festival that is held each May at Ingham Showgrounds
- Attend a horse race at Herbert River Jockey Club
- Hike Wallaman Falls
Getting There & Around
International travellers can fly into Townsville International Airport and then connect to a flight to Ingham’s regional airport. Depending on the city of origin, other visitors may have to fly into Cairns International Airport, which is located 201 kilometres from Ingham.
The Herbert River Bus & Coach offers local transportation in and around Ingham for both tourists and residents. Visitors can also hire rental cars at Ingham’s airport and use them to get around the city.