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Tiaro

Tiaro

Posted on 30 Mar 2017 by Our Fraser Coast

Tiaro and its surrounding area is rich with native flora and fauna, natural beauty and genuine attractions. 

Platypus play in secluded creeks and rare and protected species such as the lungfish, Mary River Turtle and huge Mary River cod are found in the Mary River. 

At  Tiaro you can browse arts and craft, take time out to dine in historic hotels, picnic riverside and visit a museum which captures our pioneering spirit.

Take a relaxing drive through the country, past sugar cane fields, dairy and beef cattle, orchards and hectares of state pine forest. But your car need not be your only form of transport.

Some of the best ways to experience the bush are off the beaten track – on horseback or bush walking, mountain bike riding, four-wheel driving and dirt biking.

The beautiful Mary River winds her way through the region – and the opportunities for exploring are endless – as are the experiences, including camping and fishing, canoeing, bird watching and orienteering.

Tiaro Visitor Information Centre
Mayne Street, Tiaro QLD 4650
Opening hours: 9am-4.30pm daily
Phone (07) 4129 2599

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