Great Barrier Reef

Yeppoon, Queensland
S 23’10.740, E 150’47.622

A sinking coast, a chain of eruptions, and many millions of years created the Tropic of Capricorn’s stunning seascape. Volcanic plugs, a gorgeous headline, and the world famous Great Barrier Reef remain a testament to this ancient world.

You may be surprised to know the Great Barrier Reef, which thrives beyond the Keppel Group of Islands, is part of a coastal plain formed from the erosion of the Great Dividing Range!

For more information
For more information about Capricorn Coast National Park visit Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service (Phone: 1300 130 372).



Heading West
Visit Capricorn Caves and Mount Etna Caves National Park. Fossick for 120 million year old thundereggs
or ‘volcanic birthstones’ at Mt Hay. See the breathtaking sandstone plateau rising above Central Queensland’s plains at Blackdown Tableland National Park.Your next geo-stop, heading west:
Capricorn Caves, The Caves
Heading East
From Yeppoon you can hop aboard a regular ferry to scenic Great Keppel Island.