Situated at the south/eastern end of the Discovery Coast Region, the Baffle Creek area is bound by Baffle, Euleilah and Oyster Creeks, and Deepwater National Park, offering much for the holiday maker and day tripper.
Access from the south is via Bundaberg and north via Miriam Vale.
Four wheel drive access from Agnes Water/Seventeen Seventy through Deepwater National Park is well worth the trek along the coastline, stopping at Wreck Rock for a swim and fish.
A venture to the large tidal estuary of Broadwater, within walking distance to the surfing beach at Rules Beach, is well worth including on your list of things to see and do.
Broadwater Haven situated on the sandy banks of the estuary, offers affordable, fully self contained cabins for your absolutely perfect spot for that getaway holiday.
Open to vehicles, Rules Beach has numerous gutters as well as Fingers Reef, and offers a good fish if casting a line from the beach.
The beach is an easy walking distance from the access road, however if deciding to go for a swim, watch out for rips and be aware that Rules Beach is not a patrolled beach.
Boat fishermen can access both Baffle and Euleilah Creeks from the Flat Rock Picnic Ground ramp, and on both sides of the old ferry crossing near Wartburg School on the north side of the Baffle.
If venturing out onto the ocean, it would be wise to ask a local and survey the area at low tide to find the channel to the mouth of the Baffle, as it is quite tricky, and should only be attempted at high tide.
The Baffle Creek Convenience Store sells fuel, bait & tackle and crab pots, as well as fresh fruit and vegetables.
Located just 3km along Coast Road, inland from Rules Beach is the pet friendly Baffle Creek Caravan and Camping Park. Formerly known as Baffle Bob’s, new owners Roger and Sally Ehrlich are not new to the area, having regularly visited Agnes Water for the past thirty five years.
Relocating from Leyburn near Toowoomba where they were in farming and had a general store, Roger and Sally are enjoying their new lifestyle and look forward to welcoming you to the Baffle Creek Caravan and Camping Park.
Featuring extra large shady caravan and camping sites, the Baffle Creek Caravan and Camping Park sits on the Baffle Creek complete with its own boat ramp for park guests.
The bank of the Baffle near the boat ramp is an ideal spot to throw in your line, or you might like to just sit back and relax watching the numerous burdekin ducks, parrots, brolgas and kangaroos that are at home in the park.
Roger and Sally intend to retain the spacious leafy areas of the park while undergoing a general clean up and upgrade of the kitchen and amenities.
The park store stocks bait, ice and grocery lines for your convenience.
Why not give Roger and Sally on 4156 6421 to secure your camping site now!
A day tripper or staying longer.
You are sure to return and enjoy all that the Baffle area has on offer!