Newspaper article Fraser Coast Chronicle (Hervey Bay, Australia)

But Wait, There's More to the Coast

Newspaper article Fraser Coast Chronicle (Hervey Bay, Australia)

But Wait, There's More to the Coast

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DID you know the Fraser Coast boasts some of the most distinctive towns in Queensland?

You may have visited the area before, and you may have been to Hervey Bay or Maryborough, but have you been further afield?

Just 30 minutes of driving will, perhaps, take you into undiscovered territory.

Oozing peace and charm, and friendly locals about, you will be glad you visited Toogoom, Howard, Burrum Heads and River Heads ...

Toogoom: If you are looking for a complete escape from the hustle and bustle of life, this sleepy seaside enclave is sure to satisfy.

You can hear the dulcet tones of local musicians on the weekends, take in spectacular water views, and even manage to include some water-based activities, with calm waters providing the perfect spot for fishing, kayaking and even wind surfing on the right day.

Howard: Historical Howard has produced a surprising number of important Australians over the years.

Established in 1857, Howard started as a coalmining town and is the home to pioneers and politicians, no one would blame you for thinking there may well be something in the water, and for taking a drop yourself . …

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