Woodgate Beach is a haven for those seeking a tranquil beach holiday... whether your idea of the perfect holiday is relaxing on the beach or partaking in various water activities.
Woodgate has a long white sandy beach stretching for 16 kilometres with plenty of She-Oak trees providing shade for relaxing in a deck chair.
The calm waters are protected by Fraser Island making it ideal for swimming, paddleboarding, kayaking, sailing and water-skiing etc.
Woodgate is bordered by the Burrum National Park on all three sides (west, north and south) with many boardwalks and bush walk trails to choose from. The most popular, the Banksia Boardwalk is located directly behind the tourist park.
The National Park offers fantastic wildlife and bird watching. One of the marked trails has a bird hide overlooking wetlands which is home to many native water birds. Woodgate is also renowned for kangaroos hoping about town and grazing on the locals' green lawns. Dolphins and whales can be seen offshore during the winter months.
The National Park also has numerous 4WD tracks, including some with beach access. No permit is required.
Woodgate is a popular fishing spot with great fishing straight off the beach, in the Burrum River to the south and Theodolite Creek to the north.
There is a paved walking/cycle track that runs the length of the foreshore perfect for those morning and evening walks.
Free BBQ areas with picnic tables located all along the ocean front, at Banksia Park, Walkers Point on Burrum River and Theodolite Creek.
Collect shells, build a sandcastle, stroll along the beach, read a book, relax in a deck chair...
Nearby facilities - tennis courts, basketball/netball court, lawn bowls, children's play ground, skate park, golf course
Dining out - Onsite Serenity Cove Café, the Woodgate Club is only 800 metres south and the Woodgate Beach Hotel is 2.3km north along the Esplanade