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Innisfail is a city in Far North Queensland. Sugar cane and bananas are grown in the area.


Much of Innisfail was damaged by a cyclone in 1918, and there was rebuilding in the Art Deco style.

Innisfail has a population of 7,200.

Get inEdit

Innisfail from Croquette Point
  • 1 Innisfail railway station. The Spirit of Queensland calls here on its way between Brisbane and Cairns.    

Get aroundEdit

Map of Innisfail (Queensland)


  • 1 Mamu Rainforest Canopy Walkway. 350-metre (1,150 ft) long elevated walkway, with 37-metre (121 ft) high tower,.
  • 2 Etty Bay. 700m long beach with surf livesaving club and campsite.    
  • 3 Coquette Point.    
  • 4 Innisfail Temple (Chinese Temple), 10 Owen St, +61 402 478 008.
  • 5 Innisfail Water Tower. Heritage listed water tower built from 1933 to 1934 by Van Leeuwen Brothers.    
  • 6 Johnstone Shire Hall. Art Deco hall built between 1935 and 1938.    


  • 1 Paronella Park, 1671 Innisfail Japoon Rd, Mena Creek, +61 7 4065 0000. Daily 9AM–7:30PM. Tropical gardens and some interesting buildings. Adults $49.    


  • The Central Shopping Centre





Go nextEdit

Routes via Innisfail
Cairns N A1 S  TullyTownsville

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