Dingo Beach location in the Whitsundays of tropical Queensland
Dingo Beach is a sandy, reef fringed, tropical beach encompassed by a small coastal community at the top of the Whitsundays. Accessed by a rural road meandering through the local countryside, you will find yourself in an environment that is idyllic. A place the locals retreat to no crowds, no hype, no traffic, no resorts.
Access secluded beaches and deserted bush settings from the numerous walking tracks, places you know you have come to Australia to experience. We at the Great Dingo Beach Escape can provide you with all the local knowledge you require to make your day outstanding.
- We regularly enjoy seasonal sightings of migrating whales, see dolphins, manta rays, turtles and other marine animals
- Over 50 species of birdlife – this area is an ornithologists paradise
- The beach has a marine stinger-free swimming enclosure
- BBQ Facilities
- Public toilets and showers are available at the foreshore
- Come and walk our long, sandy and unspoilt beaches
Dingo Beach weather and climate
Dingo Beach has a warm tropical climate. The daily average temperature all year is around 27 degrees Celsius (80 degrees Fahrenheit). In summer, (January to March) temperatures are highest and rain showers can be expected but these are often brief bursts and then back to sunshine.
Pack a light jumper or sweater as it may be cooler in the evenings, but generally you can relax in t-shirts and shorts. Please be sun smart and bring protection to avoid sunburn. When on the water, bring a sunhat, a spray jacket and always carry water and sunscreen when venturing out for the day.
You can check the daily weather forecast for Dingo Beach here to plan your day’s activities.
How to get to Dingo Beach
There are daily flights from Brisbane to Proserpine Airport.
On Highway Number One – The Bruce Highway – 12 km north of Proserpine there is a turnoff to Airlie Beach / Shute Harbour / Dingo Beach / Hydeaway Bay. Only a FEW HUNDRED METRES down this road on the left is the turnoff to Dingo Beach / Hydeaway Bay.
Just down this road you will cross a short one lane bridge over the Gregory River. Turn left again not far past this bridge and keep following this road for 28km to Dingo Beach. The road is completely sealed for all vehicles. There is full mobile phone coverage at Dingo Beach! 🙂