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A location to dream of sun, saltwater and sand

South Beach is tucked away at Elliott Heads, your little pocket of beachside bliss. At the cross roads of the Elliott River and the ocean, Elliott Heads is home to numerous spots for swimming, boating, snorkelling, diving, fishing and soaking in the coastal atmosphere.

A gateway to natural wonders

A South Beach lifestyle means living at the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef. One of the seven wonders of the world, the southern entrance to the reef is right on your doorstep with its gorgeous underwater world of brilliant sealife ready to explore.

An Unspoilt Sanctuary Elliott Heads

Elliott Heads’ quiet, coastal calm is offset by the close proximity to the bustling CDB of Bundaberg and the popular beachfront town of Bargara just 10 minutes further north.

From its warm climate, the tranquil and calm lagoon at the Elliott River to the magnificent underwater world of the nearby Great Barrier Reef and everything in between, Elliott Heads is where you can enjoy living in endless summer all year round.

Beautiful Bundaberg

Bundaberg is a city with a rich heritage, and it has more to offer than just its famous rum and sugarcane fields. It’s a bustling city that boasts an easy-going lifestyle, found against the Burnett River and home to beautiful colonial buildings, museums and galleries. Found in the diverse Wide Bay-Burnett region, a variety of tastes can be catered to from the historic city of Bundaberg to the gorgeous beaches of Elliott Heads.

29°c

average summer temperature

100k

Bundaberg
population

6000km2

Bundaberg
city

an agricultural powerhouse

Bundaberg itself is a thriving regional city and an agricultural powerhouse. The region is famous for its sugarcane and is also the tomato capital of Australia. Local farms grow macadamias, zucchini, squash, cucumber, capsicum, strawberries and more with the region having one of Australia’s strongest agricultural industries.

An abundance of local jobs are supported by the agricultural industry from farms and packing sheds to selling the fresh produce at local markets and shops.

a tourism haven for nature’s wonders

Being on the doorstep to the Great Barrier Reef as well as being home to the Mon Repos Turtle Hatchery and the national parks. This unique location provides an abundance of business opportunities in the tourism sector.

all the benefits of a regional hub

Bundaberg is a major regional centre meaning conveniences such as the Bundaberg airport and three major hospitals are nearby. There are also schools, TAFE and CQUniversity, falling into the top 3% of universities in the world. All of this and more just up the road from your South Beach lifestyle.