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Footlights Theatre Restaurant

Yeppoon, Capricorn Coast, Livingstone Area

Price Range * Dinner over $30 (AUD)

Footlights Theatre Restaurant is a true Australian gem. There's a sumptuous three-course dinner with a brilliant two hour show performed by a professional team who have almost 5,000 shows and 35 years under their belts.

There are two types of shows to choose from. The one hour lunch or morning/afternoon tea show of the nostalgic Tivoli-Vaudeville genre, or the two hour night show which is topical, extremely funny and guaranteed to give you the glow that only laughing brings.

Footlights has become a must for visitors to the Capricorn Coast because there's nothing else that comes even close to the quality show and food at Footlights.

Bookings are essential.

Cuisine Types

Classic Australian
Gluten Free Available
Theatre Restaurant

Price Range

Main over $30 (AUD)

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Facilities

  • Bar
  • Car park
  • Entertainment
  • Non Smoking Establishment

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The Waterline Restaurant

Capricorn Coast, Livingstone Area
  • Free WiFi
The Waterline Restaurant is a multi award winning Tourism Restaurant at Keppel Bay Marina on the Southern Great Barrier Reef. Just 45 minutes from Rockhampton Airport and a 30 minute boat ride to Great Keppel Island. Boasting fresh ingredients sourced from local farmers, beef from the owners very own banana beef cattle station and seafood from the trawlers that just arrived in the Marina.....you can guarantee a meal full of real flavors put together by brilliant chefs.

Keppel Bay Sailing Club Inc

Capricorn Coast, Livingstone Area
  • Free WiFi
Where would you rather be... Keppel Bay Sailing Club invites you to enjoy fantastic views of Keppel Bay and the islands, while relaxing in modern, air-conditioned facilities and enjoy affordable dining excellence. We have three amazing venues situated in Yeppoon. The Clubhouse is located right on the Yeppoon Main Beach and this view is maximised with windows spanning the full length of the eastern side of the Clubhouse, while on the Deck, the north-eastern corner of the building offers a sea-side alfresco environment. The Spinnaker building is located diagonally opposite The Clubhouse and offers members and bona fide visitors modern dining and gaming facilities with 119 machines, kids entertainment room and our magnificent Spinnaker deck overlooking the Keppel islands. Krackers Bar and Bistro is located on the western side of Yeppoon in Bowls Street. It offers members and bona fide visitors modern club facilities with a relaxed atmosphere. Enjoy our gaming room, pool table, bar and lunch and dinner menu. The Clubhouse and Krackers Bar and Bistro also cater for corporate functions and special occasions and we're happy to provide assistance and attention to detail to ensure your special day creates happy memories.

Footlights Theatre Restaurant

Capricorn Coast, Livingstone Area
Footlights Theatre Restaurant is a true Australian gem. There's a sumptuous three-course dinner with a brilliant two hour show performed by a professional team who have almost 5,000 shows and 35 years under their belts. There are two types of shows to choose from. The one hour lunch or morning/afternoon tea show of the nostalgic Tivoli-Vaudeville genre, or the two hour night show which is topical, extremely funny and guaranteed to give you the glow that only laughing brings. Footlights has become a must for visitors to the Capricorn Coast because there's nothing else that comes even close to the quality show and food at Footlights. Bookings are essential.

Sail Capricornia

Multiple Locations
From AU$125 - 125
Grace is a purpose built sailing catamaran which sails the beautiful Keppel Bay and Islands off Yeppoon, Central Queensland. Your hosts, Anthony and Vicki have the enviable task of sailing you to places only accessible by boat. Come and allow them to show off their isolated sandy beaches and coral outcrops inhabited by turtles, dolphins and all kinds of fish. Grace sails at 8.30am from Keppel Bay Marina. Then it's snorkelling, exploring or just chilling out after morning tea. A full buffet lunch including fresh local prawns awaits you on return to Grace. Then it's all hands on deck for wildlife spotting as you sail homeward enjoying a fresh fruit platter. They arrive back to reality at about 4pm. It's a great day of fun and discovery. Sunset sails are also on the menu, casting off at around 5pm for a romantic sail around the bay.

The Centenary of ANZAC Memorial Walk

Capricorn Coast, Livingstone Area
Free Entry
The reflective memorial boardwalk and its gateway gallery entry are the focal point to 'The Centenary of ANZAC Memorial Walk'. The walkway is intended as an emotional reflective experience and provides a timeline of WW1's many major battles of war. The gateway and orientation gallery contains interpretive works telling the stories of how the war began, the story of Gallipoli, the legend of ANZAC, the details of the Gallipoli campaign, the Somme, Fromelle, the Lone Pine battle and many more of these extraordinary campaigns.

Capricorn Segways

Multiple Locations
An experience to remember! Segways are a fun and easy way to travel style. Relax and enjoy wonderful views across the sparkling sea and the backdrop of the Keppel Islands as they glide amongst the palm trees and pandanus. Keep an eye out for dolphins and turtles as you gaze across to the marina. Cruise the smooth pathways on your way to the Lammermoor native gardens. Tour for one hour and enjoy the bush or the beach, or tour for two hours and experience both.

Yeppoon War Memorial

Capricorn Coast, Livingstone Area
Free Entry
A simple white obelisk, its four faces reflecting the role Yeppoon's men and women played in international conflicts, the first being WWI, provides an integrated precinct of remembrance in this coastal central Queensland town. Look a little further and other traces of the grief and national pride felt by this community after WWI can be found. Trees, symbolising continuing life, were planted two metres apart in 1921 along The Esplanade (now called Anzac Parade), Normanby Street and James Street. Commemorative plaques for individual lost soldiers were originally installed under the trees. Mature hoop pines, chosen for their longevity and suitability to withstand seaside condition, have flourished along Anzac Parade. They extend around the corner into Normanby Street. James Street's plantings didn't fare so well. The coconut palm trees with small concrete cairns at their base are more recent plantings. Only two brass plaques commemorating individual servicemen survive in place. When the obelisk and surrounds were restored in 2010, a marble tablet listing the 68 townsmen who enlisted in WWI, was incorporated on the eastern face. Plaques commemorating the enlisted for WWII, Korea and Vietnam have been added.

Capricorn Caves

The Caves, Livingstone Area
  • Free WiFi
From AU$30 - 120
Capricorn Caves is the premier nature based attraction in Central Queensland. Here you can explore spectacular caves set in a limestone ridge and even spot little insectivorous bats in certain seasons. These magnificent caves are located north of Rockhampton and are winners of many major tourism and environment awards; they are also eco-tourism accredited. The Cathedral Cave Tour is the most popular with its wheelchair access and amazing natural acoustics within the Cathedral Chamber. It's a popular venue for weddings and Underground Opera held in the Cave twice a year. In December, the natural phenomenon of Summer Solstice Light can be seen on the 11am tour. For the adventurous, there are wild caving explorations or abseiling. The adrenaline charged caving tours involve underground exploration with the light of a cave helmet and are available on request. If you want to get off the beaten track without the crawling and squeezing why not try our Geo Tour Journey of discovery. After your tour, enjoy refreshments at the Caves Kiosk or a drink from the licensed Bat Bar, a swim in the pool or cook up a barbecue. A visitor centre provides fascinating information about the local geology, bats and community history.

Koorana Crocodile Farm

Rockhampton, Rockhampton Area
From AU$25 - 30
Koorana Crocodile Farm is a commercially operated crocodile farm and restaurant located half an hour drive from Rockhampton or Yeppoon. Gates open at 10am and fully guided tours are conducted daily at 10.30am and 1pm with lunch being served in the restaurant between 12pm to 1pm. Crocodiles hatching can be seen from March to May. Koorana has approximately 4000 crocodiles. Last entry to farm is 2pm and gates close at 3pm. The restaurant serves crocodile meat dishes as well as standard meals. Crocodile skin and crocodile leather products are available including wallets, belts and clothing. Most crocodile leather accessories are Australian made and are sold at farm gate prices with Cites permits for export. Visitors have the opportunity to touch and hold a specially trained crocodile. No charge for photography. Also offered for group bookings or social functions are Spotlight Dinner Tours - minimum of 20 customers. These nights can tailored with 3, 4, or 5 course meal packages.

Capricorn Coast National Park

Capricorn Coast, Livingstone Area
Free Entry
Capricorn Coast National Park has four separate accessible sections that can be enjoyed in a 30 minute drive between Yeppoon and Emu Park. Mangroves, dry rainforest, tussock grassland and open eucalypt forest provide a wonderful contrast to the blue waters of Keppel Bay. Rocky outcrops along the Capricorn Coast are the result of violent volcanic eruptions millions of years ago. Enjoy a beachside picnic at Bluff Point day-use area and take the 2.3 kilometre walking track for fabulous views over islands and hinterland. Watch sea turtles from the high cliffs of Turtle lookout. Explore Double Head along a sealed 365 metre walking track and visit Fan Rock lookout, a fan-shaped cliff formation with hexagonal basalt columns.
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