Welcome to Bowen
A small coastal town set on a hill north of Airlie Beach, Bowen is famous around Australia for its mangoes – it gets busy during fruit-picking season – and known locally for its secret bays and inlets. Its wide, quiet streets, classic stilted Queenslander houses and laid-back, friendly locals all contribute to a relaxed and dignified air. The foreshore, with its landscaped esplanade, picnic tables and BBQs, is a focal point, but there are some truly stunning – and little-visited – beaches and bays northeast of the town centre. The Ngaro and Gia peoples are the traditional owners of the land Bowen stands on.
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