About a 30-minute drive from Hervey Bay, this former fishing village popular tourist spot but has a growing permanent population with
Burrum Heads is located at the southern entrance of the mouth of the Burrum River. With extensive sand flats, beach channels and mangrove-lined waterways – it’s an idea location for prawning, crabbing and fishing. For those who enjoy being out on the water, there’s the chance to go canoeing, boating or paddle boarding. Keep an eye out for birdlife as you cruise the waterways.
There’s a range of budget accommodation found in town – from campsites to holiday houses – many offering breathtaking water views. Be sure to go for a walk in the nearby Burrum Coast National Park, with mangrove-lined riverbanks, wallum heath and tea tree stained swamps.
Toogoom is an outlying suburb of Hervey Bay on the Northern Beaches
With affordable beachfront and lakefront land including beachside and established houses now is the time to purchase with the present market conditions.
School bus service to all the main schools in Hervey Bay with great family and doggie friendly beaches which are only a short walk away from anywhere in Toogoom. Open parkland and plenty of room for your beloved pets!
Looking for a tranquil beach destination with affordable accommodation and great fishing? The seaside village of Toogoom is just 15 minutes drive from Hervey Bay on the Fraser Coast.
It is a popular spot for birdwatchers due to the variety of feathered creatures that nest and breed in the area. You can also enjoy windsurfing or kayaking. If you want to try your luck at fishing and crabbing, head to Beelbi Creek. Golfers can tee off at Craignish Golf and Country Club or Fraser Lakes Golf Course. Finish your day with a picnic by the foreshore or dinner at Toogoom’s waterfront restaurant – a popular spot for both visitors and locals.