Babinda Visitor Information Centre
A small collection of artefacts on Babinda's history

Babinda is nestled below Queensland's two highest mountains and is one of Australia's wettest towns (4200mm per year). Rain is the lifeblood of this community and is celebrated here. Babinda is located amidst spectacular natural attractions, some with fascinating Indigenous legends which resonate into the present. This sugar town has a rich history. Settled in the 1880s, a sugar mill was built in 1915 and continued operating until 2011. The Mill was the township's economic and social heart. A small collection of historical objects, documents and a photographic collection can be viewed at the Babinda Visitor Information Centre. Opening times are Monday to Saturday 9am to 4pm, and Sunday 9am to noon. The building also has disabled access.

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