Habana is a town within the local government area of the Mackay Region located in North Queensland. The Habana area boasts excellent ocean views and elevated lots such as those on Lynette Drive and Gardeners Road. The town is quiet and the atmosphere is mostly relaxed, with the surrounding hills forming protected valleys. Habana’s council area, Mackay Region, used to be three different local government areas: the City of Mackay, the Shire of Sarina and the Shire of Mirani. The city began in 1869 when it was proclaimed under the Municipal Institutions Act 1864. Throughout the 1900s, the Shire of Sarina and the Shire of Mirani split away. In 2007, the Local Government Reform Commission recommended for a statewide reform of local government area boundaries, thus forming the current City of Mackay.
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