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Tully has the highest rainfall in Australia, it rains 150+ days a year! We’d seen the Golden Gumboot on a tv programme. It’s free to go in! A spiral staircase takes you to the top, not many stairs. The history of the town is shown...More
Most people would not know about the annual rainfall in Tully. The Golden Gumboot is another one of the `big' things scattered around Australia. This is not easy to locate and no signs the we could find so we had to rely on local knowledge....More
Big gumboot with some good local info. Ideal place to stop for a break. Kids would enjoy climbing up the inside of the boot. Good photo opportunity. Perfectly fine day when I was there, but no sure how it would go on a rainy day...More
As travellers along the highway, we were on the lookout for signs to point us in the right direction to the Golden Boot. No such luck. Note to Mayor of Tully, this is something to be celebrated- put up some big billboards. Wonderful place to...More
This is a fun photo opportunity and an interesting indicator of Tully's annual rainfall. Climb up to the top and there's a good view of the sugar mill and town. Worth a quick stop and then continue on through the town which still has a...More
If you need a stretch and break from driving then this is a good place to stop. You can grab something tasty to eat at a local bakery and sit by the boot. You can walk up a spiral staircase inside which has photos and...More