Heading our Way ?
Our friendly staff have lots of local knowledge to advise you on activities, tours and locations that might be right for you. Plan ahead and book your holiday activities through our office.
We can provide our free booking service and advice for things to do and see all the way from Port Douglas to Airlie Beach. Just call, or email your requests through to us.
While the weather in tropical North Queensland is traditionally considered to be at its best from June to September , we locals believe that the weather here in Mission Beach is at its finest through to October , and although it starts to warm up, even November and December is nice. The rest of the year has its own beauty with the tropical climate and rainfall. The waterfalls need to be seen to be believed from January onwards .
On your way to and from beautiful South Mission Beach, remember the 3NQ Parks 15% discount available to you when staying at more than one of our sister parks.
We make it easy with a free tour booking service !
Here are just a few options for while you are here and also on the way to and from.....
September and October
There are many tour options to get you out and onto the water. They include site seeing, swimming, snorkel, scuba or fishing. The chance is high that you will see the whales during their season of September to October as they pass by our beautiful islands. They have even been seen from the beachfront of Big4 Beachcomber Coconut Holiday Park!
Not everything has to cost money. There are so many things to see and do in the local area. All you have to do is go there.
The Mission Beach Market is held on the beachfront, at Ulysses Park, under the shade of the tropical canopy.
With a huge variety of stalls offering everything from art and craft, to handmade jewellery, smoothies, hats, unique handmade clothing for babies up to adults, plants, second-hand goods, fresh local fruit and vegetables and delicious freshly prepared food and snacks, the atmosphere of the markets attract locals to mingle with tourists from all over the world.
The Mission Beach MONSTER Market is held on the beachfront, at Ulysses Park, under the shade of the tropical canopy.
This is a large country market where the goods sold are all from growers/artisans who come from further afield, providing a different selection of goods to our regular fortnightly Mission Beach Market.
Art and craft, to handmade jewellery, smoothies, hats, unique handmade clothing for babies up to adults, plants, second-hand goods, fresh local fruit and vegetables and delicious freshly prepared food and snacks, the atmosphere of the markets attract locals to mingle with tourists from all over the world.
Mission Beach Surf Club receives Commonwealth Games "Bermuda Board" - 24 August, 2018
Mission Beach Surf Club has been the lucky recipient of the ‘Bermuda Board’, one of the 50 rescue boards which were carried by nippers who led out the countries’ teams into the arena during the opening ceremony. Olympic and Commonwealth Games swimmer and Mission Beach Surf Life Saving Club (MBSLSC) member, Dyana Brown, represented Surf life Saving at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games opening ceremony in April. As a result of this the Mission Beach Surf Club has received the ‘Bermuda Board’ as a memento of the games.
Mission Beach Surf Life Saving Club President Malcolm Davison said “it is a huge honour for the club to receive the Bermuda Board. Dyana being at the opening ceremony and so connected to this club made us feel like we were part of the Commonwealth Games. Now to receive the Bermuda Board as a keepsake from the opening ceremony is really the cherry on top”.
Background: Dyana Brown represented Australia at the Sydney 2000 Olympics and the 2001 Manchester and 1998 Kuala Lumpur Commonwealth Games. At the Manchester 2001 Commonwealth Games Dyana won Gold for the 50m back and Silver for the 100m back.At the Sydney 2000 Olympics Dyana won Silver in the medley relay (back) with Leisel Jones (breastroke), Petria Thomas (butterfly), Susie O’Neil (freestyle) and made the 100m backstroke final where she came 7th. Since retirement Dyana had two sets of twins and moved to Mission Beach where she works at the local Woolworths and volunteers at the MBSLSC.