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Lammermoor Beach | Central Queensland Towns and Places

Lammermoor Beach

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Lammermoor is a popular beach with tourists and locals alike.

Situated south of Yeppoon on the Capricorn Coast, Lammermoor is long and sweeping, and occupies a large bay just north of Kemp Beach.

In the north, Wreck Point towers above the beach and provides the perfect vantage point to admire the view. Further north, is Cooee Bay and Yeppoon.

Accessing Lammermoor Beach

Lammermoor is located on the Scenic Highway that links Yeppoon and Emu Park. A popular park with ample car parking is located midway along the beach and there are several smaller access points along the beach as well.

At the southern end of Lammermoor, Statue Bay provides easy access for launching kayaks and canoes. Just beyond Statue Bay is Rosslyn Bay, which is a 400+ berth marina, and has boat ramps for launching vessels of any size, in the shadow of the towering trachyte hill, Double Head.

Vehicles are not allowed to be driven on Lammermoor Beach.

Photo Gallery: Lammermoor Beach

Rosslyn, Capricorn Coast
Rosslyn Hinterland
Rosslyn, Capricorn Coast
Rosslyn Hinterland
Sunrise over Rosslyn Bay
Sunrise over Rosslyn Bay
Wreck Point to Rosslyn Bay
Wreck Point to Rosslyn Bay
Winter sunrise at Statue Bay
Winter sunrise at Statue Bay
Rock outcrop at Lammermoor Beach
Rock outcrop at Lammermoor Beach
Trees at Lammermoor
Trees at Lammermoor
Trees at Lammermoor
Trees at Lammermoor
Lammermoor Beach Sunrise
Lammermoor Beach Sunrise
Lammermoor Beach Sunrise
Lammermoor Beach Sunrise
Lammermoor Beach North
Lammermoor Beach North
View of Lammermoor Beach and Rosslyn Bay from Wreck Point
Lammermoor and Rosslyn Bay from Wreck Point

If you enjoy exploring, you can find additional places and towns to check out on the Central Queensland Places page.

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Have a brilliant day,

Andrew Thompson.



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