Sites & Selected Cabins
In and around Tannum Sands Holiday & Caravan Park
An untouched national park separated by Wild Cattle Creek and a great destination for an family outing. Visitors can access the island by boat on the ocean side or walk across Wild Cattle Creek on low tide. A tidal boat ramp is located at the southern end of Millenium Esplanade.
Boyne Island is surrounded by the Boyne River, a popular fishing and water skiing location. The calm estuarine river winds its way through the township along Turtle Way, 15 kilometres of river front walking tracks. From Turtle Way head to Canoe Point and take a walk along the cliff top boardwalk and enjoy the magnificent sights. Have a stroll on the botanic walk behind the sand dunes. The foreshore parklands along the Boyne River are the perfect vantage point to observe boats, outrigging crews and water skiers which epitomises the coastal community’s love for the outdoors.
The innovative and eco-friendly Millennium Esplanade, connects our caravan park to the beach and is an ideal place for picnics, barbeques and of course swimming. The waters are patrolled by lifesavers during Spring and Summer, providing a safe way to cool off. With only a small variation in water temperature during the year, you can take a dip virtually all year round.
Lake Awoonga is open for fishing all year round. Along with fishing, many activities can be enjoyed on or around Lake Awoonga. The calm waters of the lake are an ideal place to swim, sail, canoe or ski. The lake is surrounded by stunning, naturally sculpted landscapes teeming with a wondrous array of plants, animals and birds; making it a great place for bushwalking, bird watching and photography.
Every week on Wednesday.
Time: 4:00 pm Duration: 1 Hour
The Beach Shack
Bring a chair