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Sarina is located about 37 kilometres south of Mackay in tropical north Queensland. Sarina, a town of some 3,500 people, is nestled into the foothills of the Connors Range.

Take a drive east of Sarina as far as the road will take you and you will find the sleepy town of Sarina Beach. Sarina Beach is a perfect place to stop and explore the local area where many unspoiled beaches provide sheltered swimming, sailing, waterskiing and fishing as well as sweeping views of the surrounding coastline from selected lookouts.

With a population of around 200 people, it is no wonder that Sarina Beach is a forgotten treasure often missed by travellers heading north from the Whitsundays. It comes as no surprise that Fernandos Hideaway is so named - it is a Spanish hacienda hidden away from the hustle and bustle of the outside world.

The Sarina district and Sarina Beach in particular is popular with anglers. Local creeks are rich in fish including flathead, whiting, bream, grunter, salmon and estuary cod. In season, mud crabs and prawns are plentiful. West of Sarina in the hinterland lies Middle Creek Dam, a peaceful spot for waterskiing and picnics. Southwest from Sarina are the Koumala Ranges from where you will see spectacular views of the surrounding countryside.

Southeast of Sarina lies Cape Palmerston National Park. This area offers breathtaking views, melaleuca forests, abundant bird life and excellent fishing grounds. Permits can be obtained from the National Parks and Wildlife Service in Mackay. Isolated beaches and native wildlife make this park a photographer's dream.

The Sarina district offers visitors a unique opportunity to explore a part of Queensland that is relatively unspoilt. If you stop and stay a while you will learn that Fernandos Hideaway at Sarina Beach is not the only hideaway you will discover. The Sarina area is rich in natural charm, from beautiful beaches and coastline to the scenic mountain ranges and National Parks. If it's a relaxed and laid back getaway you're searching for, Sarina Beach will delight and surprise you.

Sarina Beach has plenty to offer with a Life Saving Club, store, licensed restaurant, picnic area, boat ramp, a lookout affording sensational views, and accommodation.

The Inlet is a beautiful bay providing quiet waters for boat mooring, and the boat ramp at Plane Creek gives access to fresh and saltwater fishing.

Campwin Beach, a quieter beach for picnicing and relaxing, also has boat launching facilities providing access to the nearby islands by power boat.

At the northern end of the beach at the entrance to Castrades Inlet, Prawn Trawlers are moored in the calm protected waters.

What a great place to have a relaxing holiday in Tropical North Queensland with friendly hosts who will share their local knowledge with you and tell you about some of the places that only the locals know!

 
 
 
 

Sarina Beach Fernandos Hideaway Bed & Breakfast 26 Captain Blackwood Drive,
Sarina Beach 4737 Australia Ph +61 7 4956 6299 email:bookings@sarinabeachbb.com


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