Kurrimine Beach

Kurrimine Beach is an unspoilt tropical holiday destination.

The spirit and hospitality of old North Queensland is still alive in this picturesque fishing hamlet. The quiet, long, beach alongside King Reef is the main attraction and it’s here that you can see Manta Rays trawling the beach shallows and turtles coming in to nest.

Pick up a fresh coconut from the palms that line the beach or for the more adventurous go in search of the famous King Reef Painted Cray. Our small town boasts a winery, a beachfront pub, a cafe, a post office, petrol station & general store.

The next time you are in our part of the world, take your time, turn off the highway and drive down our road, you’ll be glad you did…

Things to see and do…

  • Walk to King Reef
  • Cowley Beach
  • Silkwood
  • Murdering Point Winery
  • Beach Walks
  • Dinner @ King Reef Resort
  • Water Park at Kurrimine Beach Holiday Park

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Kurrimine is a favourite fishing sport where anglers have choice if beach, estuary or reef fishing. Abundant species of fish and the famous painted crayfish are just waiting a couple of hundred metres off shore. 

Kurrimine Beach is also one of the closest beaches to the Great Barrier Reef – we are so close that we can walk out to explore King Reef on very low tides. You can literally walk out and explore the reef for free – there’s absolutely no charge.

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