Tannum Sands Beach: A Photo Blog

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The turquoise blue water shimmered under the bright sun while I walked on the sandy beach, tanning. The warmth was comforting on a cold winter day. Located along the east coastline in Central Queensland, 26 Km away from Gladstone, Tannum Sands beach is a calm picturesque destination that’s definitely worth a visit.

Chairs on Tannum Sands Beach
You could just sit there all day!

Waves at Tannum Sands Beach
Tannum Sands Beach

Beach Arts Music Market, brings the Millenium Esplanade to life every month with hundreds of swarming people. A row of gazebos displayed artsy trinkets, paintings, aromatic candles and soaps. I spent the evening lazing on my chair listening to live music and munching on churros.

BAM Market at Millennium Esplanade

BAM Market at Millennium Esplanade

BAM Market at Millennium Esplanade
Live music by the beachside

Live music in BAM Market at Millennium Esplanade

BAM Market at Millennium Esplanade BAM Market at Millennium Esplanade Beach Arts Music Market at Millennium Esplanade

Seashells in a jar
The beautiful seashells went straight on to my countertop

I’d love to hear your thoughts or experiences in the comments section below.

Best time to visit: June to August

Things to do:

  • Swimming
  • Standup paddleboarding
  • Windsurfing
  • Jet skiing
  • Monthly BAM Markets

Travel Tips:

  • You can check the current weather conditions, swell and tide details beforehand on this website.
  • It is really humid in the summer months but getting into the water would be a respite for water-lovers.
  • If you enjoy a quiet walk or a picnic on the beachside, you can prefer the winter months.

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