A town and locality in Far North Queensland, Mossman is situated 75 kilometres north of the regional city of Cairns, 15 kilometres east of the Mount Carbine Tableland, on the Mossman River and Captain Cook Highway. Originally named Mossman River after the river that flows through the area, it was eventually simply called Mossman. The town and the river were named by explorer George Dalrymple in 1873 after Hugh Mosman, a miner and politician who in Charters Towers in northern Queensland discovered gold. Sugarcane farming is an important industry in the town, with the only sugar mill in the district, Mossman Central Mill, processing sugarcane that will be sent to Cairns for domestic and international shipping. Around 5 kilometres west of Mossman lies the Mossman Gorge, a popular destination in the southern part of the Daintree National Park.
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