The Portside Centre & Heritage Museum in the historic port area has interactive displays on Maryborough’s history.
If tracing your genealogical tree is a priority, cross the road to the Heritage Centre where you'll find colonial immigration records...
Mary Poppins Statue
On the street in front of the neoclassical former Union Bank (birthplace of Mary Poppins creator, PL Travers) is a life-size statue of...
Post Office Hotel
The best place for a drink is the Post Office Hotel , a lovely building designed by an Italian architect, Caradini, in 1889.
Stainless-steel fittings, polished cement floors and coffee served in paper cups stamp the metro-chic seal on this groovy cafe.
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Lonely Planet review
An elegant restaurant and tea room in the old Customs House residence. Light meals and traditional Aussie favourites like scones and tea are served on the shady verandah, which has lovely views over the Mary River Parklands.