Located on the Central Coast of Mackay and Whitsundays in Queensland, the suburb of Alligator Creek is about 1087 kilometres away from the capital city of Brisbane. Some of the geographical features that surround Alligator Creek are The Sisters Mountains, Mount Elliot and Saddle Mountain, to name a few. Alligator Creek has neighbouring tourist spots as well, including Sarina Sugar Shed, which showcases Australia’s miniature sugar mill and distillery, and Mackay Tiger Moth Museum, which was built in 1974 to preserve a Tiger Moth that was in danger of being purchased by America. The town of Alligator Creek is primarily linked by two major transportation services: the Killymoon Station and the Townsville Airport. Tourists who wish to stay in town may choose from various hotels, like Cluden Park Motor Inn, Spanish Lace Motor Inn and Cascade Motel in Townsville.
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