This directory lists businesses in Maryborough, Tinana, Granville, Oakhurst, St. Helens, Dundathu, Tiaro, Bauple and the villages of Maaroom, Boonooroo, Tuan and Poona on the Great Sandy Strait.
*Where can I stay? *Where can I dine? *What can I see and do? *Where can I find a tradie? Find it ALL on the Maryborough Queensland Business Directory!
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Arts and Crafts
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Maryborough is one of Queensland's oldest cities. In the days of the early colony, it was the second most important port after Sydney and the place where thousands of sea-tossed immigrants took their first shaky steps on Australian soil after months at sea.
Maryborough has a rich and fascinating history, but what really sets it apart is that much of that heritage remains – just waiting to be uncovered.
- Take a guided heritage walk tour of Maryborough and discover our local history with 'Mary Heritage', or one of the other local guides.
- Visit Maryborough Portside district that runs from the Brolga Theatre, along the Mary River to the Marina, and extends out to parts of Kent, Bazaar and March Streets in the CBD. The history of Portside is extensive, dating back to 1847 when the port was opened for the transport of wool, right up to the closure of Walkers Shipyard in 1974.
- While exploring the Portside Precinct, call in to the Military And Colonial Museum.
- Take a look at the Maryborough Railway Museum containing a small, but remarkable, collection of railway memorabilia, situated in the Railway Complex in Lennox Street.
- Ride the Mary Ann Steam Train on Market Days and the last Sunday of the month run by the Maryborough City Whistle Stop volunteers.
- Browse the Maryborough Market, held in the CBD every Thursday. Stalls include arts, crafts, local produce, plants, clothes and jewellery. Entertainment is enjoyed on the Town Hall Green.