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History of city Mackay, Queensland in photos

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Geography: Mackay - is a city and its centre suburb in the Mackay Region on the eastern coast of Queensland, Australia. It is located about 970 kilometres (603 mi) north of Brisbane, on the Pioneer River. Mackay is nicknamed the sugar capital of Australia because its region produces more than a third of Australia's cane sugar. (Wiki)

Date of foundation: 1862. The first mention - 1860

History:

Population: 85 455

Sights:

Mackay. Bridge over the Pioneer River, circa 1907
Bridge over the Pioneer River, circa 1907
Mackay. Victoria Street, circa 1905
Victoria Street, circa 1905
Mackay. Central Victoria Street
Central Victoria Street
Mackay. Queensland National Bank
Queensland National Bank on the corner of Victoria Street, 1938
Mackay. Court House, circa 1890
Court House, circa 1890
Mackay. Customs House building, 1909
Customs House building, 1909
Mackay. Eimeo, Palm Avenue
Eimeo, Palm Avenue
Mackay. Hill End National School, 1884
Hill End National School, 1884
Mackay. Post Office building, 1895
Post Office building, 1895
Mackay. Post Office
Post Office from the banks of the Pioneer River
Mackay. War Memorial and Post Office, circa 1936
War Memorial and Post Office, circa 1936
Mackay. Staff and students of St Joseph's Catholic School, circa 1880
Staff and students of St Joseph's Catholic School, circa 1880
Mackay. Sydney Street
Sydney Street
Mackay. The Old Woman's Shoe
The Old Woman's Shoe, Rotary Park, Harbour Beach
Mackay. City Service Station, 1939
City Service Station, 1939
Mackay. Port, Bulk loading Terminal, Sugar storage
Port, Bulk loading Terminal, Sugar storage

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