The Moore Park Beach Lifestyle: One visit and you're hooked!

About Moore Park Beach

Located 25 kilometres north east of Bundaberg, Moore Park Beach is a seaside township with nearly 20 kilometres of unspoilt golden beaches to enjoy and relax.  With a 4WD access point located at Lassig Street to traverse the beach, coupled with the opportunity to see turtles, dolphins and other wildlife, Moore Park Beach provides a unique opportunity for visitors to engage with nature in an unhurried environment.

Named after a farmer and landowner Issac Moore, the town was first gazetted by the Queensland Government in 1999 as Moore Park.  After a review initiated by the Community Association, the district was formally renamed Moore Park Beach in mid-2005.

With a range of local businesses including a mini mart and service station,  eateries, sporting clubs, motel, caravan holiday park, bed and breakfasts and other facilities, the town provides residents and visitors alike with an unique opportunity to relax and unwind.  December 2011 saw the opening of a new shopping centre with a Supa IGA, bakery, hardware store and  speciality stores servicing the community.

Further information

Wikipedia -,_Queensland

Department of Environment and Resource Management (QLD) -

University of Queensland demographic information -

Bundaberg Regional Council -

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