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Woodgate Beach, is located 350 km north of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia and is easily accessible by car via the Bruce Highway. The drive from Brisbane is easy and direct. Woogate Beach is only 36km from historic Childers and 54km from Bundaberg.

Woodgate offers a stunning curve of white sand over 16 kilometres long, backed by a continuous sweep of shadyshe-oaks. The township offers a quiet and picturesque place to relax, unwind and enjoy a natural experience.

The calm ocean waters are protected from strong swells by Fraser Island, and the shallow seas here are home to dugongs and turtles. Four Wheel Drive trails lead to national park camping grounds and secluded beach side picnic areas. The wildlife from the national park makes regular appearances in town – kangaroos frequent the bowling green and emus make an odd sight as they wander along quiet streets. Rainbow Lorikeets frolic amongst the trees and from July to November – the waterspouts of migrating whales are often seen offshore.
The area is popular with families, birdwatchers, nature lovers, Four Wheel Drivers and those looking for a taste of old fashioned beach holidays, without the bright lights, high-rise and cafe strips.

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Coordinates 25°06′S 152°33′ECoordinates25°06′S 152°33′E
Population 758 (2006 Census)[1]
Postcode(s) 4660
LGA(s) Bundaberg Region
State electorate(s) Burnett
Federal Division(s) Hinkl


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