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Gateway to the Capricorn Coast, Yeppoon lies on the coast of Queensland. A great base due to its proximity to the Keppel Islands and world-famous Great Barrier Reef, Yeppoon is a vibrant base town for exploring Australia's east coast.

Situated 600 km from Brisbane and 43 km north-east of Rockhampton, Yepoon lies within the Capricorn coast of Queensland.

Yeppoon accommodation ranges from stylish beach villas and serviced holiday apartments, to cosy motels and affordable backpackers lodges. With rooms in a range of different budgets, you'll surely find accommodation in Yeppoon which suits your preferences.

One of the most attractive seasides in Queensland, Yeppoon is the gateway the southern part of the Great Barrier Reef and major town on the Capricorn Coast, an incredibly diverse and vast coastal region. The town boasts a wide variety of cafes, restaurants and shops, but still retains a small town feel along with many boutiques and surf stores.

The Keppel Islands are accessible by a 30-minute ferry ride with two ferry services operating each day out of Keppel Bay Marina. Known as stepping stones to the world famous Great Barrier Reef, the islands offer a spectacular view of one of Queensland's most scenic regions.

The beaches of the Capricorn Coast are as historic as they are beautiful, part of the legacy of Captain James Cook's exploration.

Visit Carnarvon National Park, filled with ancient Aboriginal rock art paintings, sandstone cliffs that tower over you and dense ferns and wildlife. Hidden in the rugged ranges of Queensland's central highlands, Carnarvon has some of the most diverse flora and fauna you'll find along Australia's east coast.

Nearby Cooberrie Park Wildlife Sanctuary lets you come up close with koalas and walk among kangaroos and wallabies in a reserve which houses more than 350 native animals.

Book yourself accommodation and stay in one of Queensland's most colourful coastal towns, boasting some of Queensland's most abundant natural reserves and coastal views.