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Our accredited TYTO Information Centre has a fantastic array of interpretive displays where visitors can push buttons, press screens, play games and generally have a great time all while learning about the environment and the beautiful Hinchinbrook region.

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Hinchinbrook Open Day postponed for a brighter day in May

With poor weather conditions and heavy rain expected over the coming days, organisers have made the decision to postpone this Saturday's Hinchinbrook Open Day. 
Townsville Enterprise General Manager Tourism and Events, Patricia O'Callaghan, said the Hinchinbrook Open Day will now be held on Saturday 10 May when it is hoped weather conditions will be more favourable.
"The interest in the Hinchinbrook Open Day has been overwhelming with a full bus load of visitors booked to visit the region and more expected to drive their own cars there on the day. We want to ensure that all visitors have the best possible experience and the organising committee has decided that the best outcome will come from postponing the Open Day until after the weather has passed." 
"This weekend we're expecting grey skies and a lot of rain which will hamper the planned itinerary with several outdoor activities scheduled."
"The Regional Open Days aim to showcase what's on offer across Townsville North Queensland and encourage people to holiday at home, supporting the local industry."
"We are now looking forward to showcasing Hinchinbrook to Townsville residents on Saturday 10 May and giving them an experience they will thoroughly enjoy and we encourage those who can't get on a bus to jump in the car with family and friends and attend the free events."
The Hinchinbrook Open Day has been coordinated by the Hinchinbrook Shire Council and Hinchinbrook Chamber of Commerce in partnership with Townsville Enterprise and Tourism and Events Queensland and is part of a larger campaign, ‘Tourism is Everyone's Business'. The campaign aims to educate residents on the value of tourism to the region and encourage residents to holiday at home.  
For more information and a full list of Regional Open Day itineraries visit

School Holidays - What the?

WHAT THE holidays have in store for you is a whole lot of FUN! OH YEAH! There's no need to be confused over what you are going to do these school holidays. With 24 separate activities from tots to teens there is a huge selection of activities to suit everyone. Sport, craft, music and art are on offer. Take a look at the full programme online at and sign up for awesome holiday fun these school holidays.
You may also click here for a summary of school holiday events.
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TYTO Regional Art Gallery: On Show

The TYTO Regional Art Gallery is open Monday to Friday (9.30am – 5.00pm) and Saturday (9.00am – 12.00pm).

For all enquiries please contact Connor Dunne, Gallery Assistant on 4776 4725.

Opening from 3.00pm Thursday 13 March, entry is free and all are welcome.

13 March to 26 April
Pat Lowth: Coloured Inspirations
Award-winning Townsville artist Pat Lowth creates artworks fuelled by passion and spirituality, expertly utilising a multitude of mediums, textures and styles in his work. He explores themes such as nature, religion and human fortitude, presenting his thought-provoking interpretations of a variety of historical and contemporary events. Coloured Inspirations is an exhibition encompassing years of creative workings and artistic practice.

13 March to 26 April
Quinn Lawson: Landscape Photography
Presents a stunning selection of landscape photography by award-winning emerging local photographer Quinn Lawson, showcasing a variety of remarkable North Queensland locales.


Pat Lowth: Twisted Colour



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TYTO Visitor Information Centre

Corner of Bruce Hwy & Cooper Street Ingham

Driving from the south: Approaching Ingham, turn into Cooper Street, ample parking at the Award-winning TYTO Wetlands Information Centre. Alternatively, plenty of parking in Macrossan Avenue.


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