Located on the shores of pristine estuary waterways within Rodds Harbour, Turkey Beach is a coastal fishing village approximately 50 kilometres south-east of Gladstone and 10 kilometres north of Bororen.
There is a well signed intersection along the Bruce Highway and this will take you along the 21 kilometres of sealed road to reach the township.
Sheltered by Rodd's Peninsular, the area is a Dugong Sanctuary and is fair-dinkum, throw-in-a-line-and-put-your-feet-up territory with large mangrove inlets, estuaries and creeks.
The community of Turkey Beach has a permanent population of about 470, plus holiday and fishing homes.
A licenced general store sells take-away food, groceries, petrol, ice, LP Gas and fishing supplies. Other town facilities include: Picnic Shelters, Barbecues, Playground, Public Toilets with wheelchair access, Public Telephone and Boat Ramps.
Caravanning and Camping is not permitted in the town area and there are no designated areas set aside for either.
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