Take a tour at the Capricorn Caves. See the beautiful Cathedral Cave and cross the swing bridge.
This small town is home to the famous singing ship sculpture which commemorates the explorations of Captain James Cook and as the breeze flows through the sculpture, a musical sound is created.
Bluff Point Walking Track
This picturesque walking trail takes you to Turtle lookout where, if you’re lucky, you can see the creatures swimming in the bay below. This lookout provides you with a breathtaking panorama view of the Keppel Bay Islands.
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Cooberrie Park Wildlife Sanctuary
Get up close and personal with some of Australia’s most iconic animals. Cuddle a koala, hold a crocodile, hand feed kangaroos, or watch the birds take flight.
Koorana Crocodile Farm
An initiative of the Australian Government’s strategic conservation program, Koorana Crocodile Farm is home to approximately 4,000 crocodiles and operates as a crocodile farm and restaurant.
Nob Creek Pottery
Nob Creek Pottery produces fine pottery in the traditional style and is run by Steve Bishopric and Sue McBurnie, professional potters for over 25 years. Visitors can meet the potters, see the workshop and enjoy one of the largest displays of Australian craft work in the country.
Sail, swim, snorkel, relax on deck, trawl or throw in a line at secluded coves and beaches with 18 islands to explore.