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6 Unexpected Things To Do in Moore Park Beach

Only 15 minutes north of Bundaberg, exploring the beautiful Moore Park Beach is an absolute must. With it’s peaceful surrounds, friendly locals and 16 kilometers worth of coastline, there's no shortage of activities for the young and the young-at-heart!

Surf’s Up

Whether you’re a pro-surfer or just starting out, Moore Park Beach produces some of the best waves around. Be sure to pack your surfboard and come join the locals at this hotspot on your next coastal getaway.


Get back to nature

See Moore Park Beach from a whole new perspective with the ever-so-popular coastal pathways. Spot local wildlife and admire the stunning flora and fauna that lace the walking trails – oh, the serenity!

 

Take in panoramic coastal views

With 16 kilometers of coast, you’ll have no trouble finding the perfect spot for lunch. Pack a picnic or pick up some locally caught fish and chips and enjoy uninterrupted beach views from this secluded slice of paradise.


Test out your 4wd

If you’ve got a 4wd, you’re in luck! Take your 4wd out on the sand and drive along this beautiful piece of the world. Drive north along the beach and you’ll reach the mouth of the Kolan River – great for canoeing, fishing and spotting wildlife.


Take a walk with your furry friend

Don’t forget to bring along your dog on your holiday to Moore Park Beach. With the southern end of the beach dog-friendly, it’s perfect for all members of the family!


Soar your kite above the clouds

Try your hand at flying a kite and head down to Moore Park Beach for a fun-filled morning – the kids will love it!

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