Queens Beach

Natural Attractions

Strolling along the five kilometre stretch of Queens Bay’s sandy shore offers plenty of great activities – beach-combing, fishing or just taking in the sunset.

Bowen’s longest beach stretches from ‘The Pocket’ on Horseshoe Bay Rd to Yasso Point and the Don River mouth. Along the way are several beachfront parks with free barbecues, large playgrounds and Sunday markets. Getting exercise with a view is easy with kilometres of walking and bicycle paths and free exercise equipment.

Facing north – northeast, Queens Beach is protected from Bowen’s south easterly breeze, resulting in many glassy days, perfect for spotting whales during winter.

Facilities

Barbeque Beaches & Surf Boating Boating Facilities Canoeing/Kayaking Carpark Caters for hearing impairment Coach Parking Cycling Disabled access available Family Friendly Fishing International Picnic Area Public Toilet Showers Swimming Visitor Information Centre Visitor Information Centre National Accreditation Walk Walks Wheelchair access

Rates

Free Entry

Nearby Things to Do

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Person snorkelling in protected bay with sandy beach and palm trees

Horseshoe Bay – Bowen

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Sandy beach, blue water, palm trees and granite headlands

Bowen’s Murray’s Bay

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Bowen’s Grays Bay

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Island view from elevated lookout

Bowen – Flagstaff Hill Lookout

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Island view from beach with clear water

Bowen’s Rose Bay

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Beach access path, blue ocean and casuarina trees

Queens Beach

Bowen, Whitsunday

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