Keswick Island has some magical beaches and coves.
The protected water of Basil Bay is a pristine swimming spot at high tide, and is easily accessible on foot or via buggy. Nearby Arthur Bay can be reached by walking trail at high tide, or by a short stroll from Basil Bay at low tide. At the far north end of the island, Connie Bay is a secluded beach of sweeping white sand, turquoise water and fringing coral, and boasts uninterrupted views towards the northern Whitsunday islands.
For those with boat access, there are many other private coves around the island, waiting to be explored.
Beachcombing & Oystering
Beachcombing is popular with visitors to Keswick, as the large tides bring uniqueness to the beaches and coves. Low tide on Keswick reveals an abundance of natural treasures, and presents the perfect setting for beachcombing and exploring the reef, the critters and the more secluded beaches nearby.
Visit Keswick Kiosk for more information about Keswick’s beaches.