The Cassowary Coast Local Marine Advisory Committee (LMAC) covers Flying Fish Point north of Innisfail to Dallachy Creek south of Tully Heads and includes the towns of Innisfail, Mission Beach and Tully.
The Cassowary Coast is named after the endangered flightless bird which can still be seen in the rainforest around the Mission Beach area. The high rainfall and humidity means this is one of the wettest and greenest places in Australia.
The Cassowary Coast is home to about 80 per cent of Australia’s banana industry. Other crops include sugarcane and tropical fruits such as pawpaw and pineapple. Visitors are attracted to the region's offshore islands, quiet beachside villages and rainforest-covered mountains.
Local Marine Advisory Committee members
|Cr Jeff Baines||Chair|
For further information please contact: Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority
Far Northern Regional Office
PO Box 6091
CAIRNS QLD 4870
Tel:(07) 4057 0700