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Capricorn Coast Accommodation
The Q Motel Rockhampton
Sundowner Rockhampton Hotel is conveniently located and is easy to find. An ideal base for the corporate traveller or a great place for a family stop over. Experience the local cusine in our licensed restaurant featuring top quality local beef.
If you're a nature lover, Heron Island really is a special place. It's a natural coral cay 89kms off the coast of Queensland. The reef, with a myriad of colourful coral and reef fish, is right there, at your fingertips, right off the beach.
Located just minutes away from the Gladstone CBD the stylish and modern Mercure Gladstone features 60 rooms covered parking and contemporary meeting facilities. Adjoining the Yaralla Sports Club, Mercure Gladstone is perfect for both business and leisure travellers.
Oaks Grand Gladstone
Gladstone’s newest 4.5 star hotel, Oaks Grand Gladstone, is the premier choice for business and leisure travellers seeking deluxe, self-contained apartment accommodation in this iconic Queensland destination.
Oshen Apartments Yeppoon
Oshen Yeppoon is the Capricorn Coast’s newest accommodation complex offering unrivalled ocean views of the Keppel Islands and Southern Great Barrier Reef. With annrivalled oceanfront location, the resort is just a short stroll to CBD, restaurants and boutique shops.
Lagoons 1770 Resort & Spa
Lagoons 1770 Resort & Spa is a a secluded beach resort experience with a comfortable, quiet and relaxing atmosphere located in the Southern Great Barrier Reef destination of Seventeen Seventy.
Discovery Parks - Rockhampton
Discovery Parks - Tannum Sands
Capricorn Coast Accommodation
From island getaways to family holidays to adventure trips, Capricorn Coast accommodation can cater to all styles of holidays with its unique and beautiful destinations.
The Capricorn Coast begins at the Town of 1770 and Agnes Waters and follows the coastline north to Tannum Sands before reaching Gladstone. The region stretches further north to Yeppoon before hitting its border at Rockhampton and spreading out to the Great Barrier Reef where Heron Island and Wilson Island are nestled.
This Queensland region boasts flawless beaches, access to the Great Barrier Reef, gorgeous national parks and an excellent array of resorts, island hotels, apartments and more. Holidaying on the Capricorn Coast means swapping tourist filled beaches for your own private slice of sand, island hoping and snorkelling rather than theme parks, and plenty of down time by the pool.
The climate boasts perfect weather nearly year-round with balmy days, moonlit nights and colourful sunsets. Filling the space between the beach and the vast baron Queensland interior is the hinterland filled with volcanic outcrops, bush trails, and a myriad of native flora and fauna. While the islands boast coral reef snorkelling, scuba diving, nature walks, wildlife sightings, submarine adventures, swimming, spa treatments and relaxation a plenty.
The Capricorn coast is a unique stretch of coastline an added bonus of serenity and tranquillity that is quite rare in the popular sunshine state, speak to Discover Queensland about your next getaway today on 1300 788 553.
Capricorn Coast Weather
Capricorn Coast weather is characterised by tropical days and crisp nights due to proximity to the Tropic of Capricorn.
The region includes a magnificent stretch of coastline that boasts temperate summers and mild winters that are punctuated by refreshing sea breezes.
Temperatures do not vary greatly from winter to summer, as the main difference is the higher levels of rainfall in summer as it is wet season.
Current WeatherTemperature: 25.5°C
Dew Point: 16.6°C
Relative Humidity: 58%
Wind Speed: 27.8km/h
Wind Gusts: 42.6km/h
Wind Direction: E
Rain Since 9AM: 0.0mm