Mackay is a city found about 900 kilometres away from Brisbane
and along the eastern coast of Australia. It consists of nearly
only fertile land and is nicknamed sugar due to the fact that
Mackay produces more than one third Australia’s sugar. This city
is not much reputated for its touristic interest; only 5,3% is
given to tourism- the rest is mainly for agricultural purposes.
It manufactures sugar from sugarcane, crops, livingstock, and
forestry. Mackay itself concentrates itself on its big
importance (as already mentioned above) being vegetation.