Behana Creek Picnic Park is a lovely local park with a wood-fire barbecue and undercover picnic shelter. Most days kookaburras can be found and great place to explore nature.
History behind the name
Named after Thomas Behan, appointed in March 1887 as engineer surveyor to the Cairns Divisional Board. Prior to being named Behana Creek it was known as Walker's Creek. The tramway siding at Behana was known until June 1900 as Walkers Siding. The Aboriginal name for Behana Creek was, according to Archibald Meston, "Tringilburra".