Great Keppel Island
Great Keppel Island is just north of the Tropic of Capricorn and is the biggest member of the Keppel Island Family. Most of the island is natural bushland with 28 kilometres of beaches, wide stretches of sand and small secluded bays.
For snorkeling or diving, apart from Clam Bay Shelving Beach and Monkey Point, there’s nine great diving sites in Keppel Bay.
Topside you can cruise from Great Keppel Island by yacht or launch to nearby deserted islands or enjoy catamarans, diving, sailboards, aqua bikes or surfing. You’ll love the horse riding, netball, tennis and bush walking. Great Keppel Island boasts one of the most comprehensive array of sports of any island.
The Great Keppel Island Resort is one of Australia’s best known and offers a choice of first class resort accommodation. There are four budget accommodation options on the island – Keppel Haven and Keppel Kampout, Keppel Lodge and the Great Keppel Island YHA.