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Agnes Water

Things to do

Agnes Water is the destination point for many Queenslanders, interstate and international visitors.  Its climate and location is a magnet for holiday makers looking for an alternative to sky scrapers, huge crowds, and undesirable behavior.  The area is structured for family, backpackers,  4 x 4 enthusiastic and boaties the area offers low cost accommodation, sports and recreational activities, combined with a relaxing and safe holiday option.

The southern extremity of the World Heritage-listed Great Barrier Reef lies just offshore from the Discovery Coast, with Lady Musgrave Island and Lady Elliot Island two of the finest jewels in the Southern Great Barrier Reef’s crown. Comprising idyllic coral cays, these tiny offshore islands attract visitors who come to swim, snorkel and dive in the crystal clear waters.

National Parks

You can find more information on our National Parks links below:

Deepwater National Park (closest to Agnes Water)

Eurimbula National Park (closest to Agnes Water)

Broadwater Conservation Park (closest to Agnes Water)

Bulburin National Park

Capricornia Cays National Park

Castle Tower National Park

Curtis Island National Park & Conservation Park

Kalpowar National Park

Kroombit Tops

Mon Repos Conservation Park

Mount Colosseum National Park

Mount Scorea National Park

Mouth of Baffle Creek Conservation Park

Wild Cattle Island National Park

What with Boating, Yachting, the Barrier Reef Islands a short 23 miles away, good Fishing, Mud Crabbing, Diving, Swimming and Surfing, it’s a hard life.

    The area is surrounded by National Parks and some of the best beaches still require a 4 wheel drive to get to.

The area promotes itself as the Discovery Coast and The birth place of Queensland, because of it’s relationship with Captain James Cook in 1770.

The beaches around Agnes Water have to be seen to be believed, from the small secluded coves and inlets to the broad expanse of Bustard Bay and the Agnes beach it’s self all with clean white sand and rocky headlands.

Agnes Water Township
Is a small Queensland coastal town in a predominately natural environment,  Tight controls on development have enabled it to remain a quiet tourist destination which has attracted a growing population of those looking to get away from the big smoke.

Round Hill
as the area is also known is situated exactly half way between Bundaberg in the south and Gladstone in the north about 120 klm by road from each.

Development
Although the area is growing at a steady rate the development is very low key.
We now have two small Shopping Centers, a Primary School, Caravan Parks, Camping Grounds, Motel a Tavern and a Petrol Station.

Climate
We are situated on the boundary of South East Queensland and Central Queensland in a sub tropical region. This makes for very pleasant conditions most of the year with temperatures usually no hotter than 30 degrees in the summer and around 23 degrees in the winter. Our rainfall is on average between 50-60 inches per year although we have not reached this for some time.