Free Things to do in Yeppoon, QLD

🌴 13 FREE Things to do in Yeppoon, QLD (all family-friendly)

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The seaside town of Yeppoon is located 40km north-east of Rockhampton and is the gateway to Great Keppel Island. The beautiful Keppel cluster lies on the southern end of the Great Barrier Reef.

There are plenty of free things to do in Yeppoon including the crown jewel of the town, the Yeppoon Lagoon. Just a short walk around the corner and you’ll find the Keppel Kraken Splash Park, a colourful wonderment of fun for the kids. Other free things to do in Yeppoon include exploring Byfield National Park and visiting Nob Creek Pottery, The Singing Ship, Shell World and more.

As Yeppoon is nestled on the Capricorn Coast of Central Queensland, it is renowned for its tropical climate, welcoming beaches and island views. Discover more of what to do while visiting Yeppoon.

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FREE Things to do in Yeppoon, Queensland

Map of FREE Things to do in Yeppoon

All free things to do in Yeppoon, as well as the paid experiences at the bottom, are included in the interactive map below.

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Yeppoon Lagoon

Yeppoon Lagoon, QLD
Yeppoon Lagoon, QLD

The magnificent Yeppoon Lagoon is a FREE resort-style swimming arena, overlooking the Keppel Islands.

It’s much more than a basic public pool, that’s for sure! The lagoon boasts an Infinity Pool with ocean views, complete with palm trees and sunshine for days!

Yeppoon Lagoon, Yeppoon QLD
Yeppoon Lagoon, QLD

You can find sun lounges and grass patches spotted around to dump your stuff on or stretch out and relax. The 2,500 square metre pool also includes a shallow area for the young kids to enjoy.

The ambience was set with music pumping out of the loudspeakers, an onsite Kiosk and public BBQ’s.

Yeppoon Lagoon facilities:

  • 2,500 square metre lagoon pool
  • Shallow children’s play area
  • Informal lap swimming area
  • Swim-up infinity edge
  • BBQs
  • Carpark
  • Restaurant
  • Cafe
  • Toilets
Opening HoursSummer: 6.00 am – 9.00 pm
Winter: 8.00 am – 6.00 pm
Lifeguard: Monday – Sunday
Distance from CBD2 km
Address3 Anzac Parade, Yeppoon, Livingstone Area QLD 4703
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Keppel Kraken

Keppel Kracken, Yeppoon QLD
Keppel Kraken, Yeppoon QLD

After you’ve finished floating around infinity pool, take a walk 500 metres up the road to find a cool splash park for the kids. It’s called Keppel Kraken and is situated at the Yeppoon foreshore.

Keppel Kraken is a water splash park like I’ve never seen before, featuring an aquatic mythical creature theme. You will find a variety of buckets, water cannons and jets, plus some unique stepping stones, creating a waterfall structure to splash through.

Yeppoon Splash Park
Keppel Kraken, Yeppoon QLD

Keppel Kraken facilities:

  • Zero depth splash park
  • Water cannons, jets and umbrella bucket
  • Timber decks and picnic tables
  • BBQ
  • Carpark
  • Toilet
Opening Hours9.00 am – 7.00 pm
Distance from CBD2 km
AddressAnzac Parade, Yeppoon, Livingstone Area QLD 4703
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Capricorn Coast National Park

Just 6 minutes from the Yeppoon city centre, you’ll find the Capricorn Coast National Park. Featuring unique rock formations, lookouts and walkways through the coastal volcanic headlands, pack a lunch and go exploring.

There are four main sections to the park.

Double Head SectionBird’s eye view over the harbour and a close-up look at the core of Fan Rock, an old volcano.

🥪 Picnic Area

Fan Rock & Rosslyn Bay Lookout Trail:
• 700m return
• 40 minutes
• Grade 3 (suitable for most ages & fitness levels)
Rosslyn Head SectionNestled between Statute Bay and Kemp Beach, showcasing a rocky headland, which rises 60m above sea level.

• No formal walking trails
Bluff Point SectionFound at the southern end of Kemp Beach you’ll find a scenic picnic spot and two lookout points.

🥪 Picnic Area
♨️ Gas BBQ
🚻 Toilets

Bluff Point Circuit:
• 2.3 km return
• 1.5 hours
• Grade 3 (suitable for most ages & fitness levels)
Cocoanut Point SectionWith no formal walking tracks, take an ‘off the beaten track’ wander to view vine thickets and heath understorey.

Capricorn Coast National Park facilities:

  • BBQ
  • Lookouts
  • Wheelchair access
  • Walking tracks
  • Picnic tables
  • Toilets
Distance from CBD9 km
Address15 Gus Moore Street, Yeppoon QLD 4703
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Yeppoon Markets


Immerse yourself in the local culture with a visit to one of the local markets. Entry is free, so go for a wander, soak up the vibe and have a picnic brunch under the trees.


Head to the Yeppoon Community Markets to pick up some fresh Capricorn Coast food. You’ll find plenty of food vendors who will be more than happy to fill your tummy for breakfast or brunch. There are also plenty of goodies to take home, such as fresh pasta, fresh fruit and veg and even pickled eggs.

The Yeppoon Community Markets are held every Saturday morning at Stevenson Park (Yeppoon Showgrounds).

Opening HoursEvery Saturday – 6.00am – 10.00am
AddressMorris Street, Yeppoon QLD 4703


The Fig Tree Markets are where you’ll find all of the homemade and crafty wares for sale. Check out the locally designed art, crafts and local foods, while enjoying the live music and atmosphere.

Opening HoursFirst Sunday of each month – 9.00am – 2.00pm
AddressRoss Creek Roundabout, Scenic Highway, Yeppoon, Livingstone Area QLD 4703
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Byfield National Park

For an off-road adventure, head to Byfield National Park, which is located 30 minutes north of Yeppoon.

Although a 4×4 is required for access to the main section of Byfield National Park, you can still check out Byfield State Forest in a 2WD vehicle.

Immerse yourself in the beautiful rainforest, float in one or more of the many swimming holes and inland creeks, then emerge out onto pristine beaches. Byfield is said to be one of the largest undeveloped areas along the Central Queensland coast.

Explore the many tracks through Byfield, perfect for walking, mountain-biking, horse riding, motorbike riding and four-wheel-driving. Some of the tracks are also utilised by timber trucks, so drive with care.

You’ll find picnic tables, toilet and BBQs in a few of the sections around the park. As Byfield National Park is quite secluded, make sure you pack plenty of water, food and a First Aid Kit.

2WD Smooth– Water Park Creek
2WD Rough– Banksia car park
– Sandy Point via Sandy Point Road
– Red Rock
– Upper Stony
4WD Easy– Sandy Creek Crossing
4WD Medium– Sandy Point via Farnborough Beach
– Five Rocks visitor area
– Stockyard Point
– Nine Mile Beach
– Water Park Point headland
4WD Difficult– Five Rocks Beach

For more information on road conditions and vehicle capabilities required for each section, see Byfield National Park – Parks and Forests.

Distance from CBD20 – 30 km
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Nob Creek Pottery


While you’re exploring Byfield, make sure you stop in at Nob Creek Pottery, which is set on a 10 hectare property in the heart of Byfield Forest.

Nob Creek Pottery is a working pottery studio where you can meet the potters, view the workshop, browse the galleries and enjoy the surrounding gardens and bush walks.

If a short visit is not enough, consider staying onsite at the Byfield Mountain Retreat, a full self-contained rainforest lodge.

Opening HoursThursday – Monday | 10.00 am – 4.00 pm
Distance from CBD40 km
Address216 Arnolds Road, Byfield QLD 4703
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Relax at the Foreshore & Main Beach

Yeppoon Foreshore
‘Spirit Stone’ sculpture at Yeppoon Foreshore, QLD

The Yeppoon Foreshore and Main Beach area offers clear views overlooking Keppel Bay, connected people to the local beaches, boardwalks, splash park, Lagoon, skatepark and more.

While at the Foreshore, we thought we’d take a wander along the beachside footpath. We found a beautiful sculpture named ‘Spirit Stone,’ then headed down the steps to where the ocean water was crashing up the bottom of the staircase and ramp. The kids had loads of fun jumping the waves!

Yeppoon Foreshore
Yeppoon Foreshore, QLD

On a calmer day you can relax on the beach and swim in the ocean, but while we were there, Yeppoon was experiencing a big king tide.

Enjoy a picnic lunch on the beautiful green grass, then go for a wander along the seaside boardwalks and take in the ocean scenery. With an onsite stage and tiered grass seating, keep your eyes peeled for community events held in the park.

Yeppoon Foreshore facilities:

  • Covered picnic tables
  • Beach access
  • Pathways
  • Beachfront amphitheatre
Distance from CBD2 km
AddressAnzac Parade, Yeppoon, Livingstone Area QLD 4703
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Wreck Point Lookout

For some shipwreck history to add to your things to do in Yeppoon, head up to Wreck Point Lookout in Cooee Bay.

Here you can take in the 360º views over Keppel Bay, while learning all about ‘Selina.’ The 62 ton transport schooner was discovered waterlogged, dismasted and washed ashore right near this point back in 1848.

Selina had departed the Pine River (north of Brisbane) on 31 July, 1847 and was Sydney-bound with a crew and a cargo of cedar logs. Unfortunately, Selina never arrived in Sydney and was not seen again until 15 months later when her shipwreck was discovered at the now aptly named Wreck Point.

Wreck Point Lookout facilities:

  • Nature trail
  • Sandstone steps and viewing platform
  • Shipwreck artwork
  • Interpretive panel
  • Carpark
Distance from CBD4 km
AddressMatthew Flinders Drive, Cooee Bay, Livingstone Area QLD 4703
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The Singing Ship

The Singing Ship, Yeppoon QLD
The Singing Ship, Yeppoon QLD

A hand-built 12 metre tall ship sculpture sits atop Constitution Hill, keeping watch over Keppel Bay. The Singing Ship is aptly named due to the musical sounds it makes as the ocean wind passes through the pipes.

The commemorative structure was created in 1970 and is made from concrete and steel. It was built to lay claim to Captain Cook’s visit to Keppel Bay in 1770.

The Singing Ship facilities:

  • Carpark
  • Lookout
  • Walking paths
  • Picnic area
Distance from CBD20 km
AddressTennent Memorial Drive, Kele Park, Emu Park QLD 4710
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Mount Archer National Park

Spend some time exploring the glorious Mount Archer National Park as one of the top free things to do in Yeppoon. You’ll find Mount Archer just a 30-minute car ride southwest of Yeppoon.

Mount Archer sits 604 metres above sea level, covering 4250 hectares of open forest, eucalyptus woodlands and dry rainforest.

For walkers, there are four different tracks, ranging from 500m to 14km.

Nurim CircuitGrade – Easy (wheelchair access)
Distance – 500 m
Time – 20 mins
Bracken Fern WayGrade – Easy
Distance – 1.4 km return
Time – 45 mins
Sleipner Lookout WalkGrade – Moderate
Distance – 2.4 km return
Time – 1 hour
Zamia WalkGrade – Difficult
Distance – 14 km one way
Time – 5 hours

Wander along the treetop boardwalk and take in the views overlooking Rockhampton and the Fitzroy River – particularly spectacular during sunrise and sunset!

For a gorgeous backdrop to a picnic lunch, afternoon nibblies or dinner under the stars, pack a picnic rug and head to the Amphitheatre. A big, open grassy section with beautiful views over the landscape and river below.

Distance from CBD42 km
AddressPilbeam Drive, Mount Archer QLD 4701
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Shell World Yeppoon

Shell World

For a gold coin donation you can wander through Shell World Yeppoon and view the displays of over 20,000 items. You can discover not only shells, but marine, land and fossil molluscs, corals and preserved marine life.

All shells have been collected and displayed by members of the Keppel Bay Shell Club. Each shell or fossil includes a descriptive card so that you can identify what you’re looking at and learn along the way.

On offer are shells for sale if you want to take home a nice souvenir for your home.

Shell World Yeppoon facilities:

  • Carpark
  • Toilets
  • Disabled access
CostGold coin donation
Opening Hours7 days per week | 9.00 am – 5.00 pm
Distance from CBD4 km
AddressYeppoon Visitor Information Centre, 1 Scenic Highway, Yeppoon QLD 4703
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Go on a BIG Things Hunt

For one of the quirkier free things to do in Yeppoon, head out on a Big Things hunt! Many travellers love to collect Aussie Big Things as they wander the country and you can find two within the Yeppoon area.

The first is the BIG Whale at Kinka Beach, which is also the location of the now abandoned Coral Life Marine Land. It’s such a shame to see this guy sitting empty and forgotten.

The second is the BIG Camel, which was a spontaneous find for us. This fella was really cool, life-like and HUGE to stand beside!

To extend your Big Things Hunt, head to the nearby town of Rockhampton to find the 6 Big Bulls.

For full street addresses of over 150 BIG Things across Queensland, download the checklist below.

BIG Whale1059 Scenic Highway, Kinka Beach QLD 4703
BIG CamelCorner Thompson Road & Emu Park Road, Nankin QLD 4701
QLD Big Things Checklist

QLD Big Things Checklist

Collect over 150 Big Things around Queensland!

  • 17-page checklist
  • Pre-filled with 150+ items
  • Categorised into 6 regions
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  • Record finds & dates
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Day Trip to Rockhampton

Kershaw Gardens, Rockhampton QLD
Kershaw Gardens, Rockhampton QLD

The larger nearby city of Rockhampton is well known as the ‘Beef Capital of Australia.’ To help the town live up to its name, keep your eyes peeled for the many bull statues randomly spotted around town.

Rockhampton is 40 minutes southwest of Yeppoon with plenty of free things to do for the day.

FREE Things to do in Rockhampton:

  • KERSHAW GARDENS – Massive parklands area with scenic walking paths, a waterfall, tiny tots Splash Park and huge interactive playground for the kids
  • ROCKHAMPTON ZOO – FREE zoo with a wide variety of Australian and exotic animals
  • ROCKHAMPTON BOTANICAL GARDENS – Wander the parklands, pathways and lagoon
  • 6 BIG BULLS – Get a selfie with one of the 6 BIG Bulls of Rockhampton
  • RIVERSIDE WALK – Follows the Fitzroy River featuring modern art and surrounded by nature and Aboriginal history
  • HERITAGE WALK – Take a self-guided tour to see buildings dating back to the 1800’s
Distance from Yeppoon40 km southwest
37 mins drive
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PAID Things to do in Yeppoon

Great Keppel Island


One of the top things to do in Yeppoon is to explore a slice of the Southern Great Barrier Reef.

Just a 30 minute ferry ride from Yeppoon itself and you’ll find yourself on a tropical island with 17 beaches, hiking, snorkelling, water sports, whale watching and beach dining.

Things to do on Great Keppel Island:

  • Snorkelling at Monkey Bay or Shelving Beach
  • Kayaking
  • Jet Skiing
  • Glass bottom boat tour
  • Stand-up paddle boarding
  • Scuba diving
  • 4×4 island tour
  • Hiking & walking trails
  • Watch the sunset
  • Whale watching
  • Boom net ‘ocean spa’
  • See the old party resort on Fisherman’s Beach
  • Have a meal and drink at Hideaway Bar & Bistro

NOTE: There are no supermarkets on Great Keppel Island, but you can take a small esky on the ferry to BYO food and drinks.

Getting to Great Keppel Island:

There are two ferry services, which both leave from Rosslyn Bay in Yeppoon. Expect to pay $55 round-trip per adult and $38 round-trip per child for either ferry.

Freedom Fast Cat Cruises →John Howes Drive, Rosslyn QLD 4703
Keppel Konnections →Keppel Bay Marina, Waterline Way, Rosslyn QLD 4703
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Capricorn Caves

Caves, Headlamp

Explore ancient limestone caves just 35 minutes west of Yeppoon at the Capricorn Caves.

Have fun wandering through zig-zagging passageways, crossing a suspension bridge and gaping in awe in the underground Cathedral. Learn about the geology behind the cave formations, cave wildlife and cave acoustics.


The most accessible tour, making it wheelchair and family-friendly. The experienced tour guide will take you through the largest and most spectacular caves, including the cathedral. This is where you will get to take the suspension bridge, which is lots of fun.


Head off the beaten track with a tour guide to see the hidden secret spots. Visit ‘Deep Vault Cave’ and ‘The Flowerpot’ to learn more about how the caves were created. Plus, have a chance at seeing some rare wildlife. Be prepared for helmets, headlights and dirt!

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For the most adventurous of the explorers, this tour will take you out of your comfort zone and into the most remote sections of the caves. If you’re okay with the dark and only being led by your headlamp and tour guide, this is the one for you. Then come out from the dark to take in the glorious 360º views looking across to Mt Etna National Park and Baga National Park.

Cathedral Cave TourTime: 45 mins
Ages: All

• Adult – $33
• Concession – $28
• Child (4 – 15 yrs) – $18
• Family (2A + 2C) – $85
Capricorn Explorer TourTime: 1.5 hrs
Ages: 5 years +

• Adult – $61
• Child (5 – 15 yrs) – $33
• Family (2A + 2C) – $155
Capricorn Adventurer TourTime: 2 hours
Ages: 10 years +

• $75 per person
Distance from CBD43 km
Address30 Olsens Caves Road, The Caves QLD 4702
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Cooberrie Park Wildlife Sanctuary


As another one of your things to do in Yeppoon, head out to Cooberrie Park Wildlife Sanctuary, just 15 minutes up the road. Not only do they house a variety of animals for you to interact with, but it’s also a rehabilitation centre for sick and injured wildlife.

Explore over 300 animals across 25 acres of land.

Visitors are able to hold a snake, parrot, skinks and dragons for free at the daily interactive show. Other up-close encounters are on offer with koalas, wombats, reptiles, monkeys and more (for an additional fee).

Everyone is welcome to pat and feed the kangaroos – just grab a bag of food for $2.00.

The animals you see at Cooberrie have all been cared for and given a comfortable home in the park, as they were not able to be rehabilitated back into the wild for various reasons. There are more animals being cared for behind the scenes, which you can donate towards, if you wish.

Snacks and drinks are available, but you’re welcome to pack an esky or picnic lunch. Plus, make full use of the swimming pool, paddling pool and BBQ, which are included in the entry price.

Cooberrie Park Wildlife Sanctuary facilities:

  • Swimming pool & paddling pool
  • BBQ
  • Kiosk
  • Toilets
  • Change rooms
  • Gift shop
  • Carpark
CostAdult (15yrs & over) – $40
Children (3 – 14 yrs) – $20
Concession – $30
Family (2A + 2C) – $100
Opening Hours10.00 am – 3.00 pm | 7 days per week
Distance from CBD15 km
Address9 Stones Road, Yeppoon QLD 4703
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Take a Day Cruise

Catamaran Cruise Boat

To see Yeppoon from a completely different perspective, take a cruise and head out onto the water for the day. Explore local islands, go swimming and snorkelling, plus relax with some good food and sunshine.

There are two main companies that offer day cruises from the Marina in Rosslyn Bay.


Jump aboard the sailing catamaran Grace with Sail Capricornia and spend the day cruising secluded beaches, coves and coral reefs in the Keppel Islands. You’ll have the opportunity to go snorkelling, wander the beach and go swimming.

  • Activity gear included (snorkels, paddle boards, floating bean bags etc.)
  • Light drinks, tea and coffee
  • Morning tea and buffet lunch
  • BYO drinks welcome (ice and eskies provided)
CostAdult – $165
Child (2 – 11 yrs) – $135
Senior – $155
Duration8.30 am – 4.00 pm
Distance from CBD9 km
AddressKeppel Bay Marina, Waterline Way, Rosslyn Bay QLD 4703


Splash out on a 17m luxury Funtastic Cruises catamaran, which can comfortably carry up to 12 passengers for a day cruising the tropical waters off Yeppoon. Pack some drinks and let the hosts take care of the rest. Fill you day with fishing, whale watching, swimming and relaxing in the Queensland sunshine.

  • Activity gear included (snorkels, noodles, kayaks, paddle boards etc.)
  • Refreshments
  • Morning tea and lunch
  • BYO drinks welcome
CostAdult – $165
Child (3 – 12 yrs) – $100
Concession – $155
Duration8.30 am – 4.00 pm
Distance from CBD9 km
AddressKeppel Bay Red Marina, Waterline Way, Rosslyn Bay QLD 4703
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Koorana Crocodile Farm


Koorana is an approved crocodile farm, which first began in 1981 as Queensland’s first commercial croc farm.

The owners started by capturing problem crocodiles from the wild (if they were deemed to be presenting a danger to people), which allowed them to sustainably build breeding stock. It was a win-win situation, giving rogue crocs a new lease on life rather than being shot.

These days the farm is home to over 3000 crocs! Book a 1.5 hr tour to see the crocodiles for yourself and learn all about their behaviour and mannerisms.

Koorana Croc Tour includes:

  • Intro chat on conservation and commercialisation
  • Video showing croc behaviour
  • Farm walk
  • Croc feeding
  • Get your photo with a small croc
  • Dec – Feb: Staff nest raids to collect eggs
  • Feb – May: Hatching season

What else is on offer at Koorana Crocodile Farm?

Head to the tourism complex to browse the homegrown crocodile leather products (all produced on the farm) and other souvenirs.

Tour guests have the opportunity to dine at the restaurant, which is open between 12pm and 1pm daily. At the restaurant you’ll find a variety of crocodile meals (like croc steak, croc burgers and croc pie) as well as non-crocodile meals.

CostAdult – $35
Child (3 – 15 yrs) – $15
Concession – $28
Family – $90
Opening HoursTwo guided tours daily – 10.30 am and 1.00 pm
Restaurant open for tour guests – 12.00 pm – 1.00 pm
Distance from CBD27 km
AddressKeppel Bay Red Marina, Waterline Way, Rosslyn Bay QLD 4703
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Yeppoon Camping

Free Camping

Kershaw Gardens Free Campground, Rockhampton QLD
Kershaw Gardens Free Camp, Rockhampton QLD

Unfortunately there are no free camps in Yeppoon, but Rockhampton has a 48-hour free camp at Kershaw Gardens, just a 32-minute drive south-west of Yeppoon.

Kershaw Gardens Free Camp FEATURES:

💲 FREE (48 hours)
🐶 Pet friendly
🗑 Rubbish bins
📶 Telstra reception
⛺️ 35 self-contained vehicles only
🚙 2WD access & Big Rig friendly
❌ No showers, toilets or water

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Low Cost Camping

Below are two low cost camping options near Yeppoon, which can both be found on the WikiCamps app.

Ranglewood (20 mins from Yeppoon):

  • $5 per person, per night
  • Pet friendly
  • Fully self-contained
  • No power, water, showers or toilets

Junabel Farmstay (20 mins from Yeppoon):

  • $10 per person, per night – capped at $30
  • No dogs allowed
  • Full self-contained
  • Power available
  • No water, showers or toilets
Guide to Using WikiCamps →

Caravan Parks

There are plenty of caravan parks to choose from along the Yeppoon coastline. Use your WikiCamps or CamperMate app to browse.

  • Poinciana Tourist Park
  • Blue Dolphin Caravan Park
  • Maine Caravan Park
  • Beachside Holiday Caravan Park
  • NRMA Capricorn Yeppeoon Holiday Park
  • Causeway Caravan Park
  • Discovery Parks Yeppoon
  • Island View Caravan Park
  • Fishermans Beach Holiday Park
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9 thoughts on “🌴 13 FREE Things to do in Yeppoon, QLD (all family-friendly)”

  1. This looks like a super kid-friendly place to go! So many water parks and pools and such. I don’t have kids, so I’d probably be exploring the national parks or the reefs. Definitely looks like there’s something for everyone!

  2. What a beautiful little town! That’s incredible that Yeppoon Lagoon is free to visit, and I’ve never really been snorkeling before but I wouldn’t want to miss that if I was in the area. The day cruises also sound like a lot of fun, especially seeing some of the region’s more remote beaches!

  3. Great Keppel Island seems like an adventurous place to be in. I have tried snorkeling couple of times, may be I will want to do it again there. Nob Creek pottery store has an interesting collection, I may not be able to resist buying a piece or two. Great pictures.

  4. The Yeppoon Lagoon looks so gorgeous! Have to say though – I’ve wanted to snorkel on the great barrier reef for so long so going to Great Keppel Island sounds amazing. Would love to stop at the Nob Creek pottery store too. Would probably be difficult to ship home but pretty to look at!

    1. Well as long as you’ve got more than one day in Yeppoon, you could easily fit all of that in. I agree, posting the pottery back may be risky, but not impossible.

  5. It sure does seem like we would find lots to do if we visited Yeppoon. I can see why the Lagoon is a big draw. Although you would probably find me underwater at Great Keppel Island checking out the snorkelling or scuba diving. A stop at the unique rock formations at Capricorn National Park would round out a great visit. The variety in the national park sites is fascinating. You have me convinced I would need a long stay to check it all out.

    1. It sounds like you’re a bit more adventurous, taking a scuba dive off Great Keppel Island. You could easily spend a week in Yeppoon with a good mixture of relaxing and exploring.

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