Hervey Bay

  • There is nothing quite like seeing a humpback whale jump out of the ocean a few metres away - and that's the experience you are guaranteed to have if you travel to Hervey Bay during whale season. Each year thousands of these gentle giants rest, play and nurture their young in the sheltered waters of Hervey Bay. The season runs from mid-July to early November and there are many whale watching vessels that head out daily and offer the chance to get up close and personal with these majestic creatures. With a range of accommodation from backpacker hostels to five-star

  • Craignish Country Club Hotel
    Craignish Country Club Hotel

    Craignish Country Club Golf course is all social golf so people can enjoy their game

  • Nikenbah Markets
    Nikenbah Markets

    The Nikenbah Markets are held at the Hervey Bay Animal Refuge on the first and

  • Salty Squid Cafe Takeway
    Salty Squid Cafe Takeway

    Salty Squid is a cafe down near the Toogoom beach, great ambiance dinning in or

  • Hervey Bay Golf and Country Club
    Hervey Bay Golf and Country Club

    The Hervey Bay Golf and Country Club boasts fabulous facilities for members and guests alike,

  • Bayaroma Cafe Hervey Bay
    Bayaroma Cafe Hervey Bay

    What do you fancy today? At Bayaroma, a charming cafe on the Esplanade across from

  • Pier Restaurant
    Pier Restaurant

    Join the Pier Restaurant memorable evening at Hervey Bay's premier dining spot with a national

  • The Bayswater
    The Bayswater

    The Bayswater is renowned as the regions premier venue and it's the hub of Hervey

  • Urangan Pier
    Urangan Pier

    A must see attraction at Queensland's Fraser Coast is Hervey Bay's famous and historic Urangan

  • Koala Markets
    Koala Markets

    Run by the Koala Social Club, previously held at Kondari Resort, the Koala Markets are

  • Creations at the Harbour
    Creations at the Harbour

    Creations at the Harbour is the ideal place to come to buy locally handmade original

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