Tully is situated mid way between Cairns and Townsville and is surrounded by World Heritage rainforest, sugar cane fields and banana plantations.
With an annual rainfall of 4490mm a year, Tully is one of the wettest places in Australia. On average it rains on 150 days per year.
Tully was established in the 1920s as a sugar town and sugar still plays an important role in the town today.
With a town population of around 3500, Tully has all the essentials such as supermarkets, shops, banks, vehicles services and medical and hospital facilities.
The Tully Visitor & Heritage Centre, situated on the Bruce Highway in Tully, can provide visitors with a wealth of information on the town and local area.