Coast Holiday Apartments Hervey Bay
405 Esplanade, Hervey Bay.

Here Are Just Some Of The Attractions Hervey Bay Has To Offer

You can do as much or as little as you choose what staying with us. If you do want to have a look around and take in what our beautiful city has to offer, you may find some of these attractions to your liking.

If water activities are for you, then make sure you take the family to the Wetside Water Park on the Esplanade at Pialba.

There's heaps of water activities for the kids while you sit back and enjoy a coffee or light meal.

Hervey Bay's whale watch season lasts from July to late October and here's your chance to mingle with them in their resting ground before they head back to the Antarctic waters - you can even swim with the whales from specific whale watch boats.
Fraser Island is the worlds latgest sand island and is a short 40 minute barge ride from Hervey Bay where you can either enjoy the real Fraser experience by taking a fully guided day tour, meaning you can sit back and enjoy (make sure to take your togs and towel for a swim in the famous Eli Creek).

During a cyclone in 1935, the Maheno, the most renowned of the Fraser Island wrecks, washed ashore just north of Happy Valley on 75 Mile Beach. The hull of what was once a well-known trans-Tasman liner now lays about 10 kilometres north of Happy Valley. The Maheno is an important piece of Australian history that visitors to Fraser Island must see.
Jet Skis Coast Holiday Apartments Hervey BayIf you are after a bit more adventure, you can hire a jet ski and either have some fun out the front of Torquay Beach or join a guided tour over to Fraser Island.
Are you a big fisherman? The Fraser Coast, a magnificent line of beaches teeming with angling chances and famous for it, will be familiar to you.

Because of the diversity of its waterways and fish species, Hervey Bay and its neighbour Fraser Island are nothing short of a fishing paradise.

There's also minimal competition for your haul, thanks to the Fraser Coast's strong marine conservation zones which restrict commercial fishing.

From Point Vernon to Urangan, Hervey Bay has a beautiful golden beach that stretches the length of the city. As there is no surf, the waters of Hervey Bay are a very safe place for young families to visit and play in the water, plus there is a life savers station at Torquay if you still want extra piece of mind. You can see the tide come in and out if you spend the entire day there.

It may not sound spectacular, but this is a beach unlike any other. You may walk at least 50-100 metres out to sea during low tide! Perhaps even further! There are public barbecues all along the route between the beach and the Esplanade, so bring something to eat for lunch or dinner to make it a full day.

There are other activities during the year, so be sure to ask our friendly team about what's on during your visit. You can also check out our local events website by CLICKING HERE

Coast Apartments
405 Esplanade, Hervey Bay. Qld 4655
Phone (07) 4125 1315