Retreats And Lodges Accommodation Emu Park - Gold Coast QLD


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Causeway Caravan Park

11 Causeway Esplanade Yeppoon, Causeway Lake QLD 4703
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While Away Bed and Breakfast

44 Todd Avenue, Kinka Beach QLD 4703
While Away Bed and Breakfast is a purpose built exclusive bed and breakfast located at Yeppoon on the Capricorn Coast of Central Queensland, Australia, and caters for visitors seeking comfort and friendly service at an affordable price. Their aim is to provide the highest possible standard; no less than they would expect themselves.\n\nThe home is surrounded by beautiful gardens and shady courtyards to be enjoyed by guests. Smoking is not allowed inside, however, there are facilities in the courtyards. The interior is tastefully decorated, spacious and spotlessly clean. \n\nFull breakfast for their guests is their own special blend of tropical and cooked meal, which is a great start to a day. Refreshments, tea and coffee, cake and biscuits are provided 24 hours. There is also complimentary sherry or port for you to enjoy.\n\nWhile Away Bed and Breakfast is only 100 metres from a lovely unspoilt beach. This is great for walking, swimming and water sports to name but a few activities. The small township of Yeppoon is two kilometres from While Away and there are many places for dining as well as for shopping....
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Rosslyn Bay Resort and Spa

Vin E Jones Memorial Drive, Kinka Beach QLD 4703
Rosslyn Bay Resort is your complete holiday and function destination. Situated on the shores of Kemp Beach, they offer unprecedented access to Great Keppel Island and the realms of the Southern Great Barrier Reef through Keppel Bay Marina. The resort encompasses corporate and wedding catering facilities as well as the world-class Beaches Bistro, with trendy decor, a front deck with stunning beach views, an additional rooftop deck, and amazing food and cold beer on tap. The onsite Rosslyn Bay Wellness spa offers guests the chance to kick back and indulge from head to toe, offering massage therapy, facials, hair and body treatments. So everything you need to enjoy the best of the Capricorn Coast is right here in the harbour; whatever the reason for your stay. With 12 luxury Spa Bungalow units, new management, ongoing renovations and two highly talented chefs at the world-class Beaches restaurant, Rosslyn Bay Resort is changing, and they would love to see you there soon....
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BIG4 Capricorn Palms Holiday Village

Wildin Way, Kinka Beach QLD 4703
BIG4 Capricorn Palms is a lush green oasis situated half way between Yeppoon and Emu Park and within walking distance from beautiful Mulambin Beach. This modern and quiet retreat is where you can get away from it all. There are different layouts of ensuite cabins - open plan, one and two bedroom units which are fully self-contained with air conditioning, verandah and outdoor setting . They also have a 24 bed dorm suitable for a family get together or a school camp. A Conference room is available for meetings or family gatherings, seating up to 40 people. Large powered grass or concrete sites cater for caravans, buses, fifth wheelers, camper trailers and tents and have room for the boat. Clean amenities, saltwater pool, camp kitchen and barbecue are all provided for your comfort. A 34 metre water slide, jumping pillow, playground, open air theatre and Pedal cars are available to entertain the children. Keppel Bay Marina is just two kilometres away where you can launch the boat to go fishing or catch the ferry to Great Keppel Island for snorkelling. Close by are Cooberrie Park Wild Life Sanctuary, Koorana Crocodile Farm or Byfield National Park....


946 Scenic Highway, Via Yeppoon, Kinka Beach QLD 4703
Relax and enjoy the friendly family atmosphere of Island View Caravan Park set in five acres of shady park situated on the esplanade at Kinka Beach overlooking Great Keppel Island. The park is situated halfway between Mackay and Bundaberg, approximately 35 minutes from Rockhampton - only 13 kilometres south of Yeppoon and six kilometres north of Emu Park on the Scenic Highway. They are conveniently located to Rosslyn Bay Marina where you can catch a ferry over to Great Keppel Island. Bookings for the island can be made at reception. The park is handy to tourist attractions, picnic areas, fishing, water sports and only a five minute drive to shopping facilities. They are a pet friendly park, allowing your pets to enjoy holidaying with you on sites or verandahs of some of the accommodation (conditions apply). Their motto is friendliness and cleanliness along with good old fashioned service. They are a Top Tourist Park.
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Pumpkin Island

Pumpkin Island, Kinka Beach QLD 4703
One of Australia's hidden gems and best-kept island secrets nestled in the Keppel Group of islands, 14 kilometres off the coast from Yeppoon. A holiday on Pumpkin Island offers a blissful escape from the stresses of modern day life and a chance to partake in pristine nature. Easily accessible by private boat or the Pumpkin Xpress, from the Keppel Bay Marina in Yeppoon. There you will find five eco-friendly self-catering cottages and two beach bungalows powered by wind and sun, overlooking a crystalline beach. Each accommodates between four and six guests. Guests can pre-order gourmet meals from the award winning Waterline Restaurant, at Keppel Bay Marina, collected on the day of departure. There is so much to do on this island treasure. The wildlife will delight you; expect to see dolphins, turtles and whales in season. Fish the rich waters, snorkel or experience the coral reefs from a glass bottom kayak, harvest your own oysters off the rocks or simply wander the secluded beaches. Perfect for safe swimming and snorkelling most of the year round. Pumpkin Island is wonderful for families, utterly romantic for couples and a hoot for a group of friends....

Emu Park

Capricorn Coast, Emu Park QLD 4710
Emu Park is situated along the Capricorn Coast, 45 kilometres east of Rockhampton. Emu Park is host to the Singing Ship, a monument overlooking the coast line. You can take a scenic drive of Yeppoon before arriving in Emu Park or drive straight from Rockhampton which passes the Koorana Crocodile Farm. From Emu Park you can also visit Great Keppel Island for a day trip, or enjoy the quiet, peaceful surrounds that Emu Park has to offer....

Bluff Point Track

Capricorn Coast National Park, Kinka Beach QLD 4703
Striking rock formations, breathtaking vistas and a diverse range of plants and animals - these are just some of the highlights of the Capricorn Coast National Park. A good way to explore the area is by taking a walk along the Bluff Point Track located in the Bluff Point section of the park. It's a 2.3 kilometre circuit that offers panoramic views of the coastline. Get your blood pumping by climbing up the 600 metre track to Turtle Lookout. True to its name, this viewing platform allows you to enjoy the spectacle of turtles swimming in the crystal clear waters below. You can also see the Keppel Bay islands from this lookout. Allow 1.5 hours to complete this track of a moderate grade....

The CQUniversity Village Festival

Anzac Parade, Kinka Beach QLD 4703
The CQUniversity Village Festival is Central Queensland's Premier Music, Arts and Cultural celebration. The Festival has been held annually since 2003 and the event provides a vibrant mix of music, performing and visual arts, children's festival, street theatre, workshops and food and market stalls. This year's event is free and will be held on the iconic Yeppoon Foreshore and surrounds. The highlights from 2016 included Mark Seymour and James Reyne, Pete Murray and James Morrison. It's a great time to invite your family and friends to come and enjoy Central Queensland's Coast....

Double Head Track

Capricorn Coast National Park, Kinka Beach QLD 4703
With glorious views of Rosslyn Bay Harbour, the Keppel Bay islands and the Byfield Ranges - it would be a good idea to pack your camera for this walk. Located in the Double Head section of the Capricorn Coast National Park, this trail is sometimes called the Fan Rock Track or Rosslyn Bay Lookout track by locals. The walk will take you past magnificent fig trees and then through scrub and open grasslands. Fan Rock is one of the highlights - a remnant of an old volcano. Double Head Track is considered a moderate grade. It's a steep hike that will take about 40 minutes to complete. ...

Footlights Theatre Restaurant

123 Rockhampton Road, Kinka Beach QLD 4703
Footlights Theatre Restaurant is a true Australian gem. There's a sumptuous three-course dinner with a brilliant two hour show performed by a professional team who have almost 5,000 shows and 35 years under their belts. There are two types of shows to choose from. The one hour lunch or morning/afternoon tea show of the nostalgic Tivoli-Vaudeville genre, or the two hour night show which is topical, extremely funny and guaranteed to give you the glow that only laughing brings. Footlights has become a must for visitors to the Capricorn Coast because there's nothing else that comes even close to the quality show and food at Footlights. Bookings are essential....

North Keppel Island Hilltop Trail

Keppel Bay Islands National Park, Kinka Beach QLD 4703
North Keppel Island Hilltop Trail is located on North Keppel Island within Keppel Bay Islands National Park. Steep hills and cliffs, which plunge into the sea, are features of the islands but there are also sheltered bays and quiet sandy beaches. The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park surrounds the Keppel Bay islands. Together they form part of the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area, the world's largest reef and island system. It is of exceptional beauty and biological diversity, protecting many endangered animals and plants. The 5.3 kilometre one way Island Hilltop Trail departs from the information shelter at Considine Beach's southern end. This walk begins on the Mazie Bay track then turns onto the Keppel Bay lookout track, which offers views of the island, Mazie Bay and other northern islands. It is a short 850 metre walk uphill to the Keppel Bay lookout. For the Island Hilltop track, continue past the Keppel lookout. This bush track winds through pockets of Banks' grevillea (Grevillea banksii) and grass-cloaked hilltops on the eastern side of the island and offers spectacular views of the ocean, islands and coast. The Island Hilltop Trail is of a moderate grade....

Byfield National Park and Byfield Conservation Park

Byfield Road, Kinka Beach QLD 4703
Byfield National Park and Byfield Conservation Park extend over 15,000 hectares. Boasting massive parabolic sand dunes (the oldest reaching more than five kilometres inland) and rugged pinnacles, the parks offer remote coastal camping opportunities. The area also supports many rare and endangered plants and animals and is the traditional home of the Darumbal Aboriginal people. These parks will delight birdwatchers. Sandy Point is part of an internationally recognised wetland and is a breeding site for migratory shorebirds. Endangered little terns roost on the coastal sands. Explore coastal features along walking tracks ranging from easy to difficult. Go fishing. Enjoy camping at one of three camping areas. Camping fees apply; book in advance during school holidays. The national park and conservation park can be accessed by four wheel drive vehicles only....

Dig the Tropic

Yeppoon Visitor Information Centre, Kinka Beach QLD 4703
It runs through Australia, Chile, Brazil and South Africa - across a range of landscapes and natural wonders. The Tropic of Capricorn lies 23.5 degrees south of the equator and marks the most southerly latitude at which the sun can appear directly overhead at noon. Head to the Capricorn Tourism Visitor Information Centre on Gladstone Road in Rockhampton where the Tropic of Capricorn Spire is located to learn more about this circle of latitude and its effects on the geology, wildlife and inhabitants of the region. ...

Keppel Bay Islands National Park

Keppel Bay Islands National Park, Kinka Beach QLD 4703
Keppel Bay Islands National Park protects 13 islands in the Keppel Group and is surrounded by the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. The islands are the traditional home of the Kanomi-Woppaburra people. Secluded beaches, plunging cliffs and diverse plant communities are just some of the attractions on offer. Sea turtles breed and feed around the islands. On North Keppel Island, discover wildlife and enjoy the views on three walks. Snorkelling and diving are also popular. Go fishing, but adhere to regulations. Learn about Humpy Island's history and explore its circuit walk. Enjoy camping on one of seven islands. Camping fees apply and bookings are essential. Book in advance for school holidays. Take water and a fuel stove. Check restrictions on activities such as spearfishing, anchoring, fishing and collecting....

Little Five Rocks Beach Track

Byfield Conservation Park, Kinka Beach QLD 4703
Little Five Rocks Beach Track is located within Byfield Conservation Park. Byfield national and conservation parks boast outstanding coastal scenery. These parks conserve large areas of coastal heath growing on low-nutrient dune sands. Tall eucalypt woodlands flourish in sheltered areas and rainforests thrive where there is abundant water. The area also supports many migratory and resident birds. Little Five Rocks Beach Track is a one kilometre return walk from Five Rocks visitor area (access also from Findlays Creek car park). Passing Findlays Creek wetland and shady pandanus stands, follow a picturesque stepped track to vehicle-free Little Five Rocks Beach. Allow about one hour walking time to complete this track of a moderate grade....

Leichhardt Highway

Ross Creek Roundabout, Kinka Beach QLD 4703
It is the fastest route between the hustle and bustle of Melbourne and the calm beauty of the tropics. The Leichhardt Highway, named after the courageous explorer Ludwig Leichhardt, is an inland road that passes through the Queensland border town of Goondiwindi and then on to the coastal town of Yeppoon. Leave the 'big smoke' behind as you drive through friendly country towns, past picturesque rivers where you can stop for a picnic or spot of fishing. There are so many things to do along this inland route - from bushwalks in National Parks, to historic museums full of artifacts and fun facts. Enjoy the changing scenery as you venture closer to the seaside. There are many affordable places to stay - from highway Motels to quaint Bed and Breakfasts. ...

Byfield State Forest

Byfield State Forest, Kinka Beach QLD 4703
Byfield State Forest marks the start of the largest undeveloped area on the central Queensland coast. The endemic Byfield fern and Byfield grevillea thrive here. Ancient cycads survive among rugged mountains and beside pine plantations. Water Park Creek is great for birdwatching. Spy azure kingfishers flitting over the water's surface or listen for the distinctive call of the wompoo fruit-dove. Camping is permitted at Upper Stony, Red Rock and Water Park Creek campgrounds. Dogs on leashes are allowed only at Red Rock campground and must be on a leash at all times. Estuarine crocodiles have been seen in Water Park Creek and at Red Rock so only swim at Upper Stony. Horses are permitted in some areas. Camping fees apply....

Queen Mary Track

Byfield National Park, Kinka Beach QLD 4703
Walk through this 'moonscape' to see the power of Mother Nature at work among the shifting sands. Located in the Byfield National Park, the Queen Mary Track offers spectacular coastal scenery, remote camping spots and an endless stretch of rolling sand dunes. You'll find this track at the southern end of Nine Mile Beach. The highlight is definitely the Queen Mary - the largest active sand blow in the region with scenery that could be likened to the surface of the moon. Walk to the edge of this natural wonder to enjoy the view. The track entrance is 9.9 kilometres south of Nine Mile Beach Access Track/Junction 19. Allow yourself two hours to complete this moderate grade track and remember that the route is only marked from the beach to the base of the sand blow....
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Salt Apartments

34 Anzac Parade, Kinka Beach QLD 4703
The picture of beachfront perfection awaits you at Salt, Yeppoon?s newest premium four and a half star Apartments. Situated on Yeppoon?s magnificent Main Beach, Salt offers unsurpassed ocean views from every luxurious apartment. Salt?s architecturally inspired building boasts 50 spacious one, two and three bedroom and penthouse apartments spread across five levels, all unrivalled in terms of size and quality of finishes. Double bathroom vanities, glass splash-backs, stone bench-tops, and SMEG appliances are standard in all apartments, with marble bench-tops and Meile appliances in penthouse apartments. The mesmerizing views out across shimmering Rosslyn Bay, to Great Keppel Island, and over to the Central Business District are absolutely breathtaking. Enjoy Salt?s first class facilities including two resort style pools and tropical entertainment area, a fully equipped gym, large conference center and exceptional beachfront dining. Yeppoon is the Southern Great Barrier Reef?s hidden gem with its classic seaside village blend of boutiques and recreation activities. A short stroll along Yeppoon?s popular pedestrian boulevard brings you to the state of the art Waterpark facility ? the latest addition to the expansive list of local attractions, providing endless fun for children and families....

Keppel Kraken

Anzac Parade, Kinka Beach QLD 4703
Taking pride of place on the Yeppoon Foreshore, the Keppel Kraken is a water play feature quite unlike any other. With a mythical sea creature centrepiece and set against the spectacular backdrop of Keppel Bay, Yeppoon?s newest tourist attraction is the perfect place to soak up some sunshine on the beautiful Capricorn Coast. Featuring a host of interactive elements including water cannons, jets and a unique umbrella bucket ? the only one of its kind in Queensland ? the Keppel Kraken is guaranteed fun for the whole family. Timber decks and custom made picnic tables are the perfect place for mum and dad to enjoy a summer barbecue while the kids make the most of the play area, including five spectacular sea creature sculptures that have to be seen to be believed! The Keppel Kraken is located right in the heart of Yeppoon and just minutes from luxury beach front accommodation, gourmet dining and a thriving retail precinct, so why not come and experience all the Capricorn Coast has to offer....

The Centenary of ANZAC Memorial Walk

Emu Street, Emu Park QLD 4710
The reflective memorial boardwalk and its gateway gallery entry are the focal point to 'The Centenary of ANZAC Memorial Walk'. The walkway is intended as an emotional reflective experience and provides a timeline of WW1's many major battles of war. The gateway and orientation gallery contains interpretive works telling the stories of how the war began, the story of Gallipoli, the legend of ANZAC, the details of the Gallipoli campaign, the Somme, Fromelle, the Lone Pine battle and many more of these extraordinary campaigns....

Capricorn Coast Pineapple Rail Trail

Braithwaite Street, Kinka Beach QLD 4703
A popular track for walker, joggers, cyclists and families, the Capricorn Coast Pineapple Rail Trail takes visitors through picturesque bushlands and urban landscape. A recreational attraction and pedestrian/cycleway link, the asphalt path stretches four and a half kilometres from the Yeppoon town centre through bushland to the golf course and Club Estate. The railway line was constructed in 1909 and originally stretched 53 kilometres between Yeppoon and Rockhampton. The track was closed down in 2006 when it?s main loading of pineapples moved to road transport. The new Capricorn Coast Pineapple Rail Trail was opened in 2014....
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Stranded Beach Stay Yeppoon

2 Normanby Street, Kinka Beach QLD 4703
Stranded Beach Stay Yeppoon is a unique affordable beach stay guesthouse situated directly across from Yeppoon main beach and esplanade. Boutique style accommodation offering a collection of five private guest rooms and creatively styled shared lifestyle spaces including a fully equipped gourmet kitchen. Great for couples, groups or solo travellers (children 12 and over are welcome). Restaurants, cafes and boutique shops all steps away from the front door. The perfect combination of location and style in the main street of Yeppoon. Stranded in Yeppoon? Your beach stay awaits....
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Byfield Cabins on Waterpark Creek

218 Yaxleys Road, Kinka Beach QLD 4703
Byfield Cabins is a private, couples only, retreat, consisting of four rustic timber cabins set in a bush setting in beautiful Byfield. The cabins are self-contained and are spacious and open plan. As the cabins have a high tin roof and no lined ceiling they are not suitable for air conditioning. The large screened shuttered windows allow for the flow of the bush breezes. We do not accept children or pets. Each cabin only accommodates a maximum of one couple or a single person. As we are a private couples retreat we do not allow Guests visitors. Waterpark Creek runs along the eastern boundary of the property and guests have the use of kayaks and necessary equipment to enjoy a paddle on the creek. It is a 15 minute walk along bush track to the creek. Other activities include push bikes, bush walking, and a plunge pool for the warmer months....
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Emu Park Holiday and Accommodation

21-23 Pattison Street, Emu Park QLD 4710
Located in the heart of Emu Park, this holiday accommodation features six units. Two bedroom, air-conditioned with full kitchen and laundry facilities, it is ideal for families and groups. Linen supplied. Cafes, supermarket and the pub just around the corner and the beach is less than five minutes walk away. Bookings taken through Professionals Emu Park, located on site....
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Sail Inn - Yeppoon

19 James Street, Kinka Beach QLD 4703
Drop your anchor at Sail Inn. At the heart of Yeppoon, the hidden gem on the Queensland coastline, lies the Sail Inn, the accommodation that?s close to everything. Sail Inn is located in the heart of Yeppoon! If you are looking for accommodation that is in easy walking distance to restaurants, shops, groceries and the beach then you have found it. Offering all the basics you?ve come to expect from a motel and the friendly service you enjoy. The Yeppoon area has so much to offer! There is the Koorana Crocodile Farm, Cooberrie Park Wildlife Sanctuary, Capricorn Caves, Keppel Kracken water play area, local art galleries, national parks and 30 minute ferry ride to Great Keppel Island....

Endeavour Inn

18 Hill St, Emu Park QLD 4710
Centrally located in the heart of Emu Park, the Endeavour Inn is a sort after destination! From the moment you drive over the hill into the township of Emu Park, you will forget your hectic lifestyle and slip into the holiday spirit.Endeavour Inn Emu Park provides guests with a most enjoyable experience, blending comfortable accommodation and friendly personal service with a unique convenient setting, that?s as beautiful as it is tranquil.Guests are spoilt for choice and can enjoy a bbq in the spacious Bell Park or relax with a feed of fish and chips at any one of Emu Park?s gorgeous beaches.Relax and enjoy the stunning Capricorn subtropical atmosphere and surroundings. Select from the vast range of facilities and experience the variety of tours, cruises, activities and local attractions the Capricorn region has to offer. Check out our range of accommodation packages, tours and specials.Suitable for singles, couples, families and groups, we invite you to stay at Endeavour Inn and experience the best that Emu Park and the Capricorn region has to offer!

Sunset Ridge Retirement Community

44 Svendsen Rd, Zilzie QLD 4710
Sunset Ridge Retirement Community at Zilzie provides residential aged care services to residents in a multi-staged master-planned retirement community.Our centre is a joint initiative of RSL Care and the Capricorn division of the Queensland Country Women?s Association. We strive to provide outstanding service and individual support to residents living in 100 independent living villas as well as our 120-bed residential aged care facility.Sunset Ridge Retirement Community is an animal friendly village and we welcome companion animals. We know that studies show that companion animals can help reduce stress and loneliness and that older people who have pets tend to be better physically and mentally than those without pets.This approach is all part of our goal to ensure that residents get the best out of life in retirement.The combination of independent villas and our state-of-the-art aged care facility ensures retirees can enjoy the freedom of their own villas but with the safeguard of onsite aged care should it be required in the future.Sunset Ridge Retirement Community also provides RSL Homecare services designed to help people stay in their own homes with individually tailored caring support.Our full range of services ensures we can provide the best service and support to aged. While RSL Care was originally aimed at providing post-war care to our veterans it has grown to be a care and retirement provider for all members of the community
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Emu Park Motel

50 Hill St, Emu Park QLD 4710
For pet friendly* accommodation on the Capricorn Coast, you can?t go past the comfortable lodgings at Emu Park Motel. You can enjoy all the creature comforts of home with each unit containing an ensuite, kitchenette, TV and courtyard. Guests also have access to our barbecue area. Undercover parking is provided, with off-road parking available for caravans, boats and trailers. Located a short 7-minute walk from the shops, surf beach and surf club, you can wet a line, enjoy the beach life or just take it easy. Whatever it is that makes it a holiday on the Capricorn Coast for you, we have. Affordable, comfortable and perfectly situated?Emu Park Motel is the ideal home away from home. *Prior approval required for visitors with pets. Conditions apply.