Rosslyn Bay Harbour & Surrounds

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Rosslyn Bay Harbour & Surrounds

A short 19 minute drive from Fisherman's Beach, Rosslyn Bay Harbour is protected by an enormous volcanic outcrop formed over 70 millions years ago. A bustling marina with ferries regularly departing for Great Keppel Island and local fishing trawlers returning from sea with fresh seafood including prawns, bugs and mud crab, all available from the local Fisherman's Co-op. [Double Head point to the left of Keppel Bay Marina - Rosslyn Harbour, Kemp Beach and Bluff Point to the south]. Bluff point walking track is a 2.3 km round trail situated at the southern end of Kemp Beach, a short 19 minute drive from Fisherman's Beach Holiday Park. A 600 metre steep path up to Turtle lookout is well worth the climb as it not only provides stunning views of the Keppels and surrounding coastline but is also where turtles, dolphins and the occasional dugong can be seen. A short distance along the track is another lookout called Ritamada outlook and the path then continues back to Kemp Beach through grasslands and dense rain forests. The entire walk features a range of coastal vegetation from mangroves, heathlands and eucalpyt forests, brimming with bird and other wildlife. The area is the largest trachyte (volcanic rock) plug on the Capricorn coast.


As of midday 1 June 2020 Queensland has entered Stage 2 of the COVID-19 Recovery Roadmap and we are OPEN FOR BUSINESS for Queensland residents and full-time travellers!

We are fully compliant with the COVID-SAFE program and have additional safety and cleaning measures in place to make your stay safe, comfortable and enjoyable.

We understand that we still live in a time of relative uncertainty and, with that in mind, we have decided to introduce a “Book with Confidence Guarantee”.

What is the Book with Confidence Guarantee?

The Book with Confidence Guarantee is applicable if you are no longer able to travel due to COVID-19 related developments. For example: you become sick with COVID-19 or someone immediately connected to you does and you are forced into self-isolation, or the Alert Level changes meaning travel becomes impossible, or there is a Government mandate for you not to travel in your local area/region or the area you intend to travel to. In these and other similar cases there will be no charges levied to make changes to your booking dates. We will provide a 12-month credit or full refund (in exceptional circumstances, determined on a case by case basis).

Please be aware that where your request to amend a booking is not linked to COVID-19 developments, normal T&C’s will apply.


Border Restrictions

At this stage the Queensland border remains closed to interstate travellers but, according to the Queensland COVID-19 Recovery Roadmap, the planned reopening is 10 July 2020. We look forward to welcoming all our regular winter travellers after that date.


If you are ready to stay, you can BOOK ONLINE.

Our office is operating on restricted opening hours (9am to 11am and 2pm to 5pm). If you can’t get hold of us during these hours, leave a message and we will get back to you ASAP or jump on our website.

Stay safe and we hope to see you soon at Fisherman’s Beach Holiday Park.