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CapeHillsborough
If you seek the very best sunrises the tropical north has to offer, then Cape Hillsborough National Park, just thirty minutes before Mackay, is a must-do. Due to prehistoric volcanic activity, its rainforest and rock-strewn headlands stretch to the shoreline of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. Numerous tracks lead to great photo opportunities and the park is home to innumerable species of birds and animals. If staying overnight you can expect a visit from wallabies and kangaroos most evenings.
Right on the spot are modern beach hut cabins and camping facilities to add creature comforts to fun-filled family adventures and romantic back to nature interludes.
Exploring to the north leads to the charming beachfront settlements of Seaforth and the tiny seaside village of Haliday Bay. Seaforth has Sunday markets, Haliday Bay has nine-hole golf. Stock up at the organic and natural store on Seaforth Road.
To Proserpine
Mount Ossa
CAPE HILLSBOROUGH ROAD, VIA SEAFORTH
• newly renovated huts & rooms with linen
• powered & unpowered sites
• new mini golf course
• spectacular natural aspects & pristine beaches • walking tracks, lookouts, fishing & boating
• abundant wildlife
Ph 4959 0152
www.capehillboroughresort.com.au
e: enquiries@capehillsboroughresort.com.au
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