Far North Queensland offers a relaxed tropical lifestyle with diverse landscapes from beautiful beaches, to lush rainforests, mountains, green dairy country and open savannah woodland.
Covering more than 20,000 square kilometres, the Far North Queensland (FNQ) region starts at Tully in the south, goes out to Croydon in the west and up to Thursday Island in the North and along the east coast. Main towns in the region include Atherton, Babinda, Cairns, Cooktown, Innisfail, Malanda, Mareeba, Mossman, Port Douglas, Thursday Island, Tully, and Weipa.
Across the region there are thriving regional cities, small, close knit farming towns, culturally unique island communities and everything in between. There is an international airport that flies directly to major destinations within Australia and Asia.