Slade Point is a suburban town located in the local government area of the Mackay Regional Council in the state of Queensland. The town was originally known as Point Slade. In 1770, Lieutenant James Cook was the one who gave the coastal suburb's name, derived from the name of Sir Thomas Slade, the designer of the famous HMS Victory and a Navy Surveyor from 1755 to 1771.
Slade Point is generally a residential community, but there are several tourist attractions in the area such as beaches. The town's close proximity to the coastal shoreline allows tourists to spend time at Harbour Beach and Lamberts Beach. Other recreational sites include the Cathy Freeman Park and an amateur sports club. Slade Point's public infrastructure consists of retail shops, a primary school, a bowling club and community hall.
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