Fishing mecca, sunrise to sunset at Burrum Heads

FILLING the hours between sunrise and sunset is a breeze at the seaside village of Burrum Heads in Queensland.

Whether you’re after crabs, prawns, mangrove jacks or barra, the popular fishing village is just the spot to try your luck in a tinnie or along the foreshore.

Kilometres of unspoilt beaches and rivers also attract adventure seekers and photographers keen to explore the nearby Burrum Coast National Park.

Children love to play and collect shells on the protected beach’s soft sand.

Hundreds of travellers have already discovered the beachside gem, just a short drive north of Hervey Bay, with many returning to make it them home.

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A new day dawns over Burrum Heads on Queensland’s Fraser Coast.


Hundreds of holiday makers travel to Burrum Heads to fish along the foreshore.


Pelicans also know where to find the fish!


Long sandy beaches are perfect for families at Burrum Heads.

A lone angler makes the most of the peaceful beach at dusk.

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