Fishing, coral cays, nature trails and museums, the amazing variety of food are only some of them.
Woo the Lady
A must visit island luring many visitors, Lady Musgrave Island boasts a bounty of dazzling corals, pristine cays and an endless span of mesmerising turquoise waters. Can be easily reached from many hotels in Gladstone QLD.
An unusual trail
Wander through the circular paperbark trail in Reedy Creek Reserve. A 400-metre walk of wooden steps and boardwalks showcasing multiple hued fungi, the brilliance of butterflies and water crossings in which frogs thrive, and make a cacophony of melodies.
Savour the culinary delights
Do not miss the many dining experiences available around Gladstone. For trendy yet wholesome food, Lightbox Espresso and wine bar is a good choice whilst Gladstone Yacht Club titillates your taste buds with a typical pub feed, however, the finest seafood experience is at Oak & Vine at Oaks Gladstone Grand Hotel.
Endowed with a rich history and culture, named after British Prime Minister Mr William Gladstone, explore the arts, culture and history of this Iconic Region at the Gladstone Regional Art Gallery and Museum.
Hook line and Chill
Discover a multitude of fishing spots at Lake Callide off the town of Biloela. You may use a boat or even simply stand next to a few grazing cows and chill while you snag a silvery barramundi.