History and culture, thrills and spills, flora, fauna and natural wonders - set in a tropical paradise, the Capricorn Coast Region has it all.Centered around Yeppoon, a vibrant coastal town filled with fine restaurants, boutique shopping and quality BnB accommodation, this 150km long picturesque coastline is dotted with seaside communities, villages and islands; the largest and perhaps the most famous of the islands being Great Keppel Island. Just north of Yeppoon is the Capricorn Resort, 22,000 acres of natural beauty. It is also where the avid golfer will find not one, but two world standard golf courses. Again, to the south at Zilzie, the Reef Palms complex spoils the golf enthusiast with "round the clock" golf. The course is not only flood-lit at night, but it also showcases a world first - synthetic greens and tees. And, for the "adrenaline junkie", inland at Rockhampton there is a MiG Jet waiting for a "co-pilot" - surely a "once in a lifetime" thrill.Visit Emu Park, where the famous "Singing Ship" sculpture stands tall recognizing Captain Cook's exploration of this area. The Central Queensland Military Museum, Rockhampton Zoo, Koorana Crocodile Farm and the Darumbal Dreamtime Centre, the largest cultural centre in Australia - just a few of the attractions. Bundaberg (where "all of the rum is 'not' gone"), Maryborough, Gladstone, Hervey Bay - all well known townships. Lammermoor, Kinka, Mullambin and Kemp beaches, Cooee Bay and the Causeway Lake - some of the places to visit, whilst the nature lovers are spoilt for selection - Lake Maraboon, Carnarvon Gorge, Blackdown Tableland and Byfield National Parks and the unique Capricorn Caves, where stalactite chandeliers hang from an ancient ceiling in frozen waterfalls. Or explore the gold mining towns of Mount Morgan and Canoona with many heritage listed sites.What a remarkable area, all easily accessible by road, rail, sea and air! And, whilst you are discovering all there is to offer, let our fine Bed and Breakfast Accommodations of the Capricorn Coast Region ensure you are well rested in both comfort and style.
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