Located in northern Queensland and part of the Mackay Regional Council, the suburb of Kumala is 912 kilometres north of the state capital of Brisbane, 59 kilometres south of Mackay and 22 kilometres south of Sarina. The name of Koumala comes from the Fijian word for sweet potato, which was what Alfred H. Burbank, a surveyor and sugar grower, named his sugar property, which in 1914 was in turn used to name the railway station there.
From Koumala, visitors can access the tourist attractions of nearby Sarina. The Sarina Sugar Shed offers guided tours of its miniature sugar mill and distillery, and is open all year round. For culture, visitors can check out the Sarina Tourist Art and Craft Centre, while Sarina Beach will provide many opportunities for water and beach activities such as surfing and picnicking.
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