Sally sees how amazing the Capricorn Coast and Great Keppel Island is!
Posted on June 16th, 2021
Capricorn Enterprise recently welcomed Travel Blogger, Sally Sees and Brayden who spent five exciting days exploring the Capricorn Coast and Great Keppel Island.
Priding her adventures on budget travelling, Sally’s focus was to show how easy it is to have an affordable coastal holiday and island without breaking the bank.
Upon arriving to the destination, Sally and Brayden checked in to Yeppoon Beach House before taking in the sights. With Yeppoon’s colourful street art, stopping by the Yeppoon Lagoon, then enjoying lunch with a view at the nearby Keppel Bay Sailing Club beachside at the Clubhouse.
The next day they hit the road and explored the Capricorn Coast, from Yeppoon to Emu Park. Taking in the story of Selina at Wreck Point and the coastal and island views they then made their way to The Waterline Restaurant Keppel Bay Marina for some brekky. Fuelled up they hit the walking trails of Double Head and Bluff Point.
Making their way along the coast road to Emu Park where they discovered Street Art, The Centenary of ANZAC Memorial and Singing Ship.
After a couple days exploring the Capricorn Coast it was off for an island adventure! Keppel Konnections ferried Sally & Brayden a short 40 minutes to Great Keppel Island where they glamped at Great Keppel Island Holiday Village.
“Great Keppel Island Holiday Village is self-catering which makes it a very affordable island holiday”.
It didn’t take Sally and Brayden long after arriving to this tropical island before they were off for a spot of snorkelling at Shelving Beach. They finished the day sipping cocktails at sunset and a bite to eat at Great Keppel Island Hideaway.
The next day they explored Great Keppel Island by foot hitting the walking trail to Mount Wyndham circuit taking countless stops to gaze at the incredible views!
More snorkelling in the incredible waters of the Southern Great Barrier Reef was on the agenda, this time at Monkey Beach with plenty of colourful corals, giant clams, and fish life.
Enjoying island life, the following day they opted to visit one of the 17 beautiful pristine beaches. Sally and Brayden organised a beach drop off by Great Keppel Island Watersports & Activities where they had the beach to themselves.
“THIS IS PARADISE! First impressions – beyond amazing! The holiday village is incredible, such an awesome vibe! We are so so thrilled to be here”.
They were surprised by the destination and all the amazing things to do and see here. Sally and Brayden had never been before, and they loved their visit.
Sally showed off the destination to her Instagram followers through stories, reels and posts.
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