Mackay Tourism is a not-for profit organisation and is proudly sponsored by:
Mackay Regional Council incorporating Mackay, Mirani and Sarina councils, caters for a population of about 110,000, covering an area of 7,621 square kilometres on the mainland and 100 square kilometres of islands.
Isaac Regional Council commenced operations in March 2008 and covers an area from "Coal to the Coast" in Central Queensland, incorporating the towns of Clermont, Dysart, Glenden, Middlemount, Moranbah, Nebo, Coppabella, St Lawrence, Carmila, Clairview, Greenhill and Ilbilbie
Tourism and Events Queensland is the lead creative organisation for tourism and events in Queensland and a global leader in destination management. It is staffed by people who are experts in their fields, and all of TEQ's strategies and activities are developed in close consultation with the industry and aim to meet the changing needs of the industry we serve.
Mackay Airport is one of Queensland's busiest regional airports. Almost 1 million passengers pass through Mackay Airport each year. The airport attracts a diverse range of carriers to service the travel needs of the business, commercial, industrial, leisure and visiting friends and relatives sectors.
Daily Mercury is Mackay's only daily newspaper and is published Monday to Saturday. It has been serving the region for more than 141 years and has a strong commitment to presenting local news. It is printed by Mackay Printing and Publishing, part of the APN News and Media.
Seven is recognised as one of Australia's leading media companies. Delivering local news to Mackay and the Whitsundays.
Local Hit Music stations broadcasting from the Mackay Radio Centre Studios in Victoria Street Mackay, providing Mackay with the widest variety of music and giving the listener local information and entertainment.
Operating over 2000 flights per week to over 56 metropolitan and regional destinations across Australia and PNG, QantasLink is an award winning service and named Regional Airline of the Year for 2012.