If you have been looking for a large block of land that is positioned close to the water then you need to get down to Turkey Beach and inspect this great block of land as soon as possible.
Turkey Beach is a small coastal township south of Gladstone in Central Queensland and is a laid back coastal fishing village that sits in the protected Rodd's Bay and is geographically closer than virtually anywhere else in Queensland to the Great Barrier Reef. The area features large areas of mangrove inlets, creeks and estuaries that provide excellent fishing and some of the best mud crabbing areas in Queensland. The Eurimbula National Park preserves the rugged peninsular between the bay and the Coral Sea where Rodd's Bay is home to a variety of marine and bird life.
Nearby Pancake Creek is a wilderness park located in the lee of Bustard Head providing a popular anchorage for yachts and boats.
So if you are thinking about taking a look at this gem of a block the town of Turkey Beach is easily accessible and accommodation is available, but there is no camping in the township.
This area has good links with the towns of 1770 and Agnes Water, which are the tourist hubs of the Discovery Coast.
Access to Turkey Beach is from the Bruce Highway. Take the turn off 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) north of Bororen. The 20 kilometres (12 mi) road leading into Turkey Beach is bitumen and a site map of this block is available on application.
85 Worthington Road, Turkey Beach, Queensland, 4678, Australia