Head to Rosslyn Bay Marina where on the right-hand side you can find Kemp Beach, there are also several car parks on the Scenic Highway that links Yeppoon and Emu Park.
The beach is nestled between Capricorn Coast National Parks Double Head and Bluff Point.
Take the easy climb through up the stairs to fan rock, where an ancient volcano formed the rock formation, this is a great spot to capture the sunrise while looking out to the beautiful Keppel Islands. Look out for the migrating Humpback Whales from July to September.
Take the path a bit further up and you’ll be looking over Keppel Bay Marina and Yeppoon.
Although dogs are not allowed in the picnic areas or walking trails of the National Park, they do have plenty of space to run and play on the beach and in the sea. Grab a coffee or a bite to eat at The Waterline Restaurant, Keppel Bay Marina, where dogs are welcome.
Following the road south and you’ll come across Mulambin Beach. If you’re heading from Emu Park way it is north of Causeway Lake. The northern end of the beach is cradled against Bluff Point, and in the south, Pinnacle Point, both of which are part of the Capricorn Coast National Park.
Keep an eye out for kite surfers hitting the waves or blokarts scooting along the beach.