Nestled at the foothills of the Connors Ranges, Sarina's town centre is the hub to surrounding Beach communities, Sugar Cane farms and Cattle properties, as well as the Jilalan Rail depot, Hay Point and Dalrymple Bay Coal Ports. Originally built around the still existing Plane Creek Mill, Sarina holds a blend of natural country charm, while having developed into a thriving multi-business area.
Enjoy the friendly hospitality, pristine beaches and access to prime fishing available nearby. A range of restaurants, cafes, unique retail and services can be found in the town centre.
Families can enjoy a choice of schools both State and private, from the smaller surrounding 'country' Primary schools of Swayneville, Koumala, Oakenden, Alligator Creek, Homebush and Chelona to the larger Sarina State Primary or St Anne's private school. Sarina High caters for the secondary students and a number of local day care centres and Kindergartens provide for the younger of the family.
What's in the neighbourhood?
Sarina is a welcoming township, located approximately 36 kilometres south of Mackay.
Best known for hosting one of the largest coal loading facilities in the world, Hay Point also houses a growing community of residential and lifestyle properties.
The Grasstree Beach community is made up of many permanent residents with a small number of holiday and weekender homes from a history of local farming families having their beach house on The Esplanade.
Enjoy a relaxing beachside lifestyle where you can do as much or as little as you like at beautiful Campwin Beach.
Sarina Beach is the only patrolled beach in the Sarina area, offering locals and visitors a safe place to enjoy beach swimming in the warmer months.
Just 15 minutes from Sarina and 5 minutes to Armstrong Beach, Freshwater Point offers a great lifestyle.
Located just 8 minutes drive from the town centre, Armstrong Beach is the closest beach to Sarina.
Koumala township sits on the Bruce Highway approximately 20kms south of Sarina.