A birds eye view of Great Keppel Island
Written By: Alyssah Anderson
About the author:
Driven by a passion for the region, Alyssah is a Rockhampton local who works as a marketing and communications officer, sharing her storytelling skills to enhance the profile of our exciting destination. When not writing about the wonderful discoveries you will find when you Visit Capricorn, you will find Alyssah out and about exploring every opportunity to experience the best our region has to offer.
Great Keppel Island is largely known for the pristine Southern Great Barrier Reef which boasts exceptional beauty and biological diversity under the mirrored surface that is Keppel Bay. But with ninety percent of this magnificent island rugged up in thick bushland, it is also a bird watcher’s paradise, with more than 100 species of birds calling it home.