Kangaroo’s and Wallabies on the Beach
The Kangaroos and Wallabies on the beach at sunrise is an experience like no other. Cape Hillsborough is renowned for its spectacular sunrises. Not only for the vast array of hues that colour the sky but for the greeting you get from the local residents....
Whilst staying in the park the are a number of guest activities which you or your family can enjoy. See our staff at reception to find out more. Mini Putt Putt Enjoy a game of Mini Putt Putt on your next visit with the family. Get...
Did you say fishing!? Well ask the dedicated and they say ‘no, the fishing’s no bloody good anymore’ but that is like the endless stories of ‘the one that got away’ – no one wants to share the good fishing spots with anyone else. In...
Boating & Sailing
The park fronts onto Casuarina beach where the bay is protected by the lower end of the Whitsunday Islands including Brampton and Keswick Islands. Beach access for boating is provided at the entrance to the park as well as Hidden Valley. What better way to...
Diversity Boardwalk [caption id="attachment_1997" align="alignright" width="300"] Photo Credit: Tourism & Events Queensland[/caption] This award winning environmental walk meanders through Melaleuca woodland, a mangrove community, eucalypt open forest and vine thicket. Along the way, the diversity of the communities, their wildlife and cultural significance are highlighted....
Many animals and birds can be observed around the park, in the National Park and the ocean. Wildlife is abundant and able to be approached. More than 140 species of birds, reptiles, turtles, possums and a variety of butterflies can be observed busily going about...
Cape Hillsborough is a bird watchers paradise – more than 150 species of birds call the area home. Many of the species can be observed within the boundaries of the park. Some are migratory and visit for only a few months of the year. Early...
Ocean: The park overlooks the Hillsborough Channel in the Coral Sea. The beach at Cape Hillsborough is protected by the lower end of the Whitsunday Islands. There are many beautiful and secluded places to swim with popular snorkeling spots being around Wedge Island and Orchid...
The park is located on a narrow strip of land between Cape Hillsborough and Andrews Point, and fronts onto Casuarina Bay. The extensive walk from Andrews Point to Indian Head at Cape Hillsborough provides many special places to explore. There are a variety of caves,...
A stroll in the moonlight is always delightful, but here it can have many added bonuses as so many of our animals are nocturnal. On the beach sand baller and ghost crabs scurry around in search of food. At the right time of year you...
Seaforth Bowls Club
The Seaforth Bowls Club is our local club and like most locals, they have frequent events including the awesome Barefoot Bowls, social club parties, Melbourne Cup celebrations, Christmas and New Years parties. They also provide a FREE shuttle bus running Friday and Saturday nights to and...
Markets in the Mackay Region (All year)
Seaforth Markets Every Sunday from 8:30am - 12.00pm situated along Palm Avenue, Seaforth under the shady trees. Seaforth Mega Markets are held on the 1st Sunday of every month. Markets within our Local Region There are plenty of markets in Mackay and the surrounding...
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