The Great Green Way is an area of outstanding natural beauty lying between Townsville and Cairns, taking in the towns of Ingham, Cardwell, Tully, Mission Beach, Innisfail and Babinda in Far North Queensland, including two World Heritage listings of the Wet Tropics Rainforests and the Great Barrier Reef.
The area has over 25 tropical islands off its coast, over 12 mainland National Parks, and it is the closest mainland access in Queensland to the Outer Barrier Reef
One of the best aspects of the area, is its relaxed, North Queensland lifestyle, where you can still have a yarn with locals in an old Queensland pub, and where farming and fishing are still the dominant way-of-life. Discover its rich, diverse cultural history, or enjoy the luxury of fresh seafood and tropical fruits whilst enjoying the sunset.
The Great Green Way comprises of three local councils Hinchinbrook Shire Council, Cassowary Coast Regional Council and Cairns Regional Council.