Discover the Serenity Coast and Sarina. Located about 37 kilometres south of Mackay, at the foothills of the Connors Range, Sarina Shire is home to the largest coal export facility in the southern hemisphere, Hay Point Coal Terminal. Sarina also offers a spectacular range of unspoilt beaches which provide sheltered swimming, sailing and fishing spots, with over 90 kms of coast line fronting the Coral Sea. Popular beaches include Sarina, Grasstree, Armstrong, Campwin, Salonika and Freshwater Point.
A visit to the Sarina Tourist Art and Craft Visitor Centre and the newly opened Historical Centre and Military Museum are a must. Sarina Beach is just a few minutes from the town centre and includes a surf life saving club, boat ramp, convenience store, picnic area and lookout with amazing views.
The Sarina area offers visitors a unique opportunity to explore a relatively unspoilt region which has retained much of its original charm. If it’s a relaxed, carefree environment you are searching for, take time out to discover Sarina!South of Sarina is the township of St Lawrence, Notch Point and Green Hill, access to Cape Palmerston National Park is available just before Ilbilbie. Cape Palmerston is accessible only by 4WD and access permits can be obtained from the Dept of Environment in Mackay. You’ll discover breathtaking views, melaleuca forests, abundant bird life and terrific fishing grounds within the national park.