Deepwater National Park Information
Deepwater National Park protects sandy beaches, diverse coastal lowland vegetation and the catchment of near-pristine Deepwater Creek, one of Queensland’s few remaining undisturbed coastal freshwater streams.
Nature lovers will enjoy the range of animals and plants that call this park home. Deepwater supports a diversity of birdlife such as emus, red-tailed black cockatoos, honeyeaters, brahminy kites and water birds. From January to April, turtle hatchlings emerge from the nests, usually at night.
Explore rock pools at Wreck Rock and picnic or camp at the shady campsite behind the dunes. Bush camping is also permitted at Middle Rock. Camping fees apply; book in advance during school holidays.
Discovery Coast Historical..
Visit the Discovery Coast Historical Society Museum at Agnes Water where you can spend time..Joseph Banks Conservation Park
This historic coastal peninsula near Agnes Water is a little-known jewel on the central Queensland..Broadwater Conservation Park
Nestled on coast between Baffle Creek and Deepwater National Park, Broadwater Conservation Park is..Eurimbula National Park
On this picturesque coastline in 1770, Cook made his first landing in Queensland and botanist..Mouth of Baffle Creek..
Mouth of Baffle Creek Conservation Park protects the mouth of one of Queensland's few remaining..Fitzroy Reef
Situated 32 nautical miles from Seventeen Seventy is the spectacular 2,000 acre Lagoon of Fitzroy..Boyne Valley Historical..
The Boyne Valley Historical Society Cottage was opened in 1988 and was formed by a group of..Millennium Esplanade
Tannum Sands functions as a significant recreation destination, one which up until the new..Lilley's Beach
Located north of Wyndham Park, Boyne Island is Lilley's Beach. This is a popular weekend camping..Fitzroy Reef Lagoon Dive Sites
Encompassing 2000 acres with over 2,500 species makes Fitzroy Reef Lagoon just off from Seventeen..