When driving to the Park there are 3 entry points from the Bruce Highway. . .
Traveling from the North
There are two options when travelling from the north: The first turnoff (turn left) is at Mount Ossa. The sign indicates Seaforth. This road has 7km of unsealed road which is graded regularly, however is not suitable for those travelers with caravans in tow. (Please note – your GPS will direct you to this route as it is the shortest route to reach the Park).
The next turnoff (turn left) is at Kuttabul. The sign indicates Seaforth. This road is sealed and is suitable for all traffic.
Traveling from the South
Travel through Mackay on the Bruce Highway and turn right at Yakapiri (The Leap). The sign indicates Cape Hillsborough National Park and Seaforth. The road is sealed all the way to the resort. Bushwalking, fishing, and easy access to the reef all in one spot.
Out and About in the Cape Hillsborough Area
While holidaying with us and making our location your temporary home away from home, it is always great to know where everything is situated from our Park . . .
– Park to Boardwalk car park 1.7km
– Park to Smalleys Beach road 4km
– Park to Old Station Tea House 7.2km
– Park to Seaforth Road 10km
– Park to Seaforth Petrol Station 12.2km
– Park to The Leap 30km
– Park to North Mackay 47km
(One hour bike ride from Cape Hillsborough Nature Tourist Park to Seaforth township)