Saunders Beach

Saunders Beach, Townsville Area

Saunders Beach is part of the Northern Beaches precinct of Townsville. Saunders Beach has a residential community and some commercial accommodation. The beach is largely untouched and visitors still literally have the beach to themselves.

With over six kilometres of beach to discover, take a long refreshing walk, drop a line in to fish, and claim a piece of paradise to yourself. Have lunch at the Cafe or Take-Away and store under a magnificent fig tree, then relax at the beautiful Saunders Beach Park. Stay on the beach at the Retreat House or Ocean View Units. A boat ramp is also available for the keen fisher.

Saunders Beach Park is also a designated limited free vehicle camping area.

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Pets allowed, enquire on booking
Saunders Beach Road
Saunders Beach, Townsville Area
Queensland
Australia

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