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Business Directory Mission Beach

Going South

Barra DownUnder

Barra DownUnder is a family operated Freshwater Barramundi Farm situated on the pristine Cassowary Coast, Far North Queensland. We cater for small direct to the public sales but we also have the capacity to fill larger orders.

Shop 6- 8 Mission Beach Market Place,  Dickinson St, Mission Beach QLD 4852 Phone:(07) 4068 8588 Emailmissionbeach@livelifepharmacy.com Website: www.livelifepharmacy.com

Meets every Friday at the Worship Centre Cassowary Drive 9am. till 12.

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With over 20years in the beauty and spa industry  - we know how to make you feel pampered and special... come see for yourself.

Location Tully:  When you visit “Reinsdown” just three minutes from Tully & 25 minutes from Mission Beach in North Queensland, you will experience a personalised tour of our working cattle & horse property.

Health & Wellness

Sundance Studio

 

Galleries & Art

Art-print-Frame

Art print Frame at Mission Beach specialise in custom picture framing, original artwork …

Australia’s only Cocoa Tree to Chocolate bar Experience. Charley’s Chocolate is …

Things To Do Basic

El Arish History Station

We are a not for profit group who operate the El Arish History Station in Chauvel Street..

Locally owned and operated, we aim to offer you an eco-friendly, FNQ experience. On our Frankland Islands Reef Cruise, we offer guests opportunity to go snorkelling, diving, kayaking, stand up paddle boarding and birdwatching on this rare and unique eco system.  The location we visit is a pristine national park island that is uninhabited and completely undeveloped.

Based in Mission Beach, Gitta offers outsourced bookkeeping services to businesses that …

Galleries & Art

Helen Wiltshire Gallery

Located in the Tropical Green of the main town centre of Mission Beach, Helen Wiltshire …

Galleries & Art

Liz Gallie Designs

Mission Beach QLD 4852 Phone: 0414 402315 Website:lizgallie.com From a studio surrounded by rainforest, jewellery artist and cassowary conservationist Liz Gallie creates striking ‘wearable art’ that matches precious metals with native cane.