- Rail Trail
- On Road
- Potential Rail Trail
- Other Trail
- former Railway
- At the southern end of the Great Barrier Reef
- Caravan parks, motels, hotel and dining close to the trail
- Foreshore parks, gardens and walkways
- Railway history and heritage
- Birdlife and wildlife
- Good climate most of the year
- Pineapple and sunflower farms
- National Parks
- Yeppoon Lagoon and Beach
Last updated: 27 April 2022
- Parking on Braithwaite St and Barmaryee Rd, Yeppoon and Putt St, Barmaryee
- Drinking water and toilets
- Dogs on lead
Enjoying the trail. (Sharon Moodie)
Bridge near Barmaryee Rd (2018)
Yeppoon has an amazing free infinity edge pool right on the beach.
Current end of the rail trail at Braithwaite St (2018)
Cap Coast Runners (Mark Linnett 2014)
Plenty of wild life along the corridor (2018)
Yeppoon is a real beach side town
Yeppoon Railway Station. This station area land is to be redeveloped (2012)
Cutting near Mt Chalmers (2009)
The rail corridor as it approaches Mt Chalmers (Ian Ellis 2012)
Mt Chalmers (Ian Ellis 2012)
The railway line was constructed in 1909 and was closed beyond Broadmeadows when its main loading, pineapples, were shifted to road transport in 2006.
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