Settled in 1847, Maryborough is one of Queensland's oldest cities and was one of the busiest immigration ports in Australia in the second half of the 1880s.
With such a rich history, the city offers many impressive hertiage experiences. The original port district is now a hertiage precinct with gloriously preserved colonial buildings, sensational riverside parks, outstanding museums, historic pubs and steam trains.
Maryborough also has a unique connection to Mary Poppins as the birthplace of her creator, author Pamela Travers.
The city's Brogla Theatre is regarded as one of the best regional theatres in Australia, with a new program of national and international shows every month.
Art and culture is celebrated at Gatakers Artspace – a stunning hertiage listed gallery in Wharf Street at Portside which houses local and touring exhibitions.
Every day except Sunday's departing from City Hall, Kent Street at 9am sharp you can learn more about the colourful history of Maryborough on a FREE Guided Walking Tour. The perfect way to share our local hsitory with visiting friends and family.
Unique links to Mary Poppins, 19th century guides spinning yarns of days gone by, haunted historic sites and a time cannon fired on city streets.
Explore Maryborough's many parks, gardens and playgrounds...