Capricorn Coast Attractions

The spectacular Capricorn Caves are a unique system of above ground limestone caves, just north of Rockhampton. One of the longest running tourist attractions in Queensland, Capricorn Caves allow you ...
John Leever of Koorana Crocodile Farm at Emu Park is a world wide authority on the remarkable crocodiles that live at his park. The farm was originally established in 1981 and was Queensland's first c...
Step back in time with a trip to Archer Park Rail Museum, one of Rockhampton's long standing historical attractions. Telling the tale of railway developments and the history of rail transport, the Arc...
Lady Elliot Island is nestled amongst the coral gardens at the southern tip of the Great Barrier Reef. The rich eco system offers the ideal environment for some of Queensland’s best diving. With up to...
32 nautical miles from the town of Seventeen Seventy is the spectacular Fitzroy Reef. This naturally formed coral creation is home to a range of marine creatures, from Manta rays to dolphins, turtles,...
Boasting 17 pristine beaches, fringing coral reefs and natural bushland to explore amongst, Great Keppel Island is one of the Capricorn Coast's well kept secrets. Whether you're after a lone getaway f...
Australia's largest walk in underground sapphire mine, Miner's Heritage is situated Rubyvale, the heart of Queensland's sapphire fields. Explore a world of stones, gems and fossicking as you are taken...
Originally known as Round Hill, the town of Seventeen Seventy - or 1770 as it's locally referred to - is a pleasant beachside destination, its name changed in 1970 to commemorate the bicentennial of C...
Capricorn Coast Trail Rides is owned and managed by Glen Bridgeman and his partner Madeline Chery. They are dedicated to their animals and growing their business. As the owners, they are hands on carr...
Created by the Barrage (a dam across the Fitzroy River 2km upstream from the bridge), offers swimming, fishing and picnic spots.
Located at the Town Hall, the Fossilied Tree believed to be 250 million years old was a gift from BHP to mark the Towns' Centenary. It can be viewed & touched.
A collection of buildings/homestead dating from 1858. Bush dancing/dinner/band.
Historic museum housing information of Captain Cooks' discovery of the area,aboriginal artefacts & area memorabilia. Open Saturday & weekdays,1pm-4pm; Sunday,10am-4pm closed Tuesday.
Worked open-cut and underground. Here the world's second biggest dragline "walks as it works". Each step measures two metres and it has a scoop capacity up to 204 tonnes. Conducted tours are available...