Seaforth, a coastal holiday town, is 35 km north-west of Mackay. It is situated on a long sandy bay enclosed by forested headlands and a backdrop of forested hills. It was named by pioneer sugar planters and mill owners, John McBryde and Hector Finlayson, after Seaforth, Scotland.


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