Froggies Beach – Hydeaway Bay
Located in Cape Gloucester is Froggies Beach is roughly 40 minutes drive from Airlie Beach. Froggies Beach is one of the most pristine beaches in the area and is surrounded by beautiful islands and crystal clear water. The beach is unobstructed and is amazing for swimming and sunbaking during both high and low tides. Scattered rocks run along most of the beach but 90% of the beach can be accessed for swimming.
The beach can be accessed at the far end of the road and has ample parking for around 20 vehicles. Parking is normally very quiet and there is nearly always car parking spaces.
The carpark is sand, but two wheel drive cars should be fine parking here
Although Froggies Beach would be an amazing camping spot, there are signs scattered along the beach and further along down the entrance road which states that camping is prohibited. Fines have been noted to be around $280
Although there are no toilets located at Froggies Beach, toilets can be accessed at the Cape Gloucester Resort.
The resort is a short walk along the beach, which a drink or meal purchase might be a nice gesture.
Nearby Froggies Beach
Cape Glouster Resort is a short walk along the beach and is an amazing sport for a feed or a cocktail looking over the beach. A wide range of fresh meals including seafood, oysters, burgers and snacks are available. There is tap beer available including Great Northern, Stone & Wood and XXXX. An inground pool to relax in and a pool table is available to anyone wanting a midday challenge. Accommodation and self contained bungalows are also available at very reasonable prices, but fluctuate during the peak and non peak seasons. Their website can be found here for more information