Coonarr

Burrum Coast, Fraser Coast Area

Coonarr Beach is a 4.2 kilometre long, east facing beach that begins amongst the tidal shoals of the Elliott River mouth, then runs straight down to the smaller mouth of Coonarr Creek. There is a gravel road out to the small beachfront settlement of Coonarr, located toward the southern end of the beach. The beach receives waves averaging over 0.5 metres, which maintain a relatively steep and narrow high tide beach fronted by a continuous low tide bar, up to 100 metres wide.

Coonarr is a dog friendly beach, so feel free to take your pooch along too.

There is carparking, a table area (but no tables or doggy poop bags so please ensure you have your own supplies and take them with you when you leave).

Coonarr is a s long stretch of sandy white beach which to the left you can see Elliott Heads and to the right you can see Woodgate Beach.

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Coonarr
Burrum Coast, Fraser Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

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