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Special mention needs to be made of the short drive to Dingo Beach, Hydeaway Bay and the rugged Gloucester Island and Passage protecting a non-tidal mainland beach and two casual, secluded beachfront resorts. Lunch, drinks and water sports at a resort keep you occupied - or do absolutely nothing at all as you take in unbelievably serene views all the way to Bowen.
Dingo Beach
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Locally owned and operated Air/con accommodation Complete beachfront dining 25 metre swimming pool Private boat ramp Moorings Live music every Sunday 1pm
Join us at Cape Gloucester Resort
We also cater for functions, weddings, birthdays
P 07 4945 7242
Gloucester Ave, Hydeaway Bay e: info@capeg.com.au www.capeg.com.au
Dingo Beach & Cape Gloucester
The infinite white sands of Dingo Beach are a beachcomber’s paradise and the fishing and snorkelling are excellent (local boat hire available). A pub and general store serves meals and snacks, sells bait and provides local info.
The imposing Gloucester Island dominates the view on the road after Dingo Beach. This rugged island National Park protects all types of land, sea and bird life as well as the mainland beach resorts opposite. Snorkel and dive around Passage Islet or, at Cape Gloucester, spot a dugong and, during the winter migration, a humpback whale sheltering in Edgecumbe Bay.
Stay overnight at a resort to see one of the world’s best sunsets.
More places to explore on the coming pages.
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