The Isaac Coast is situated in Central Queensland and spans an area from St Lawrence to Cape Palmerston. This region remains pristine and relatively undeveloped in some areas. It offers residents an array of property opportunity with everything from beach front weekenders to coastal grazing properties and hobby farms. On the coast, Issac region's beaches are home to dugong sanctuaries, turtle nesting areas and small islands nearby.
What's in the neighbourhood?
The expansive rural community of Ilbilbie consists of many cane and cattle properties and has easy access to the coast and Cape Palmerston National Park.
Escape to a relaxed lifestyle at Greenhill Beach.
Carmila is situated approximately 96 kilometres south of Mackay on the Bruce Highway.
Situated between Carmila and Clairview, Flaggy Rock is also surrounded by cane farms, coastal cattle grazing lands and lifestyle acreages for the hobby farmer.
Where the Bruce Highway meets the Coast sits the beachside community of Clairview.
St Lawrence is located midway between Mackay and Rockhampton, 6 kms east of the Bruce Highway the town was once a major shipping port and now enjoys the serenity of a small town community.