Rosslyn, QLD

Rosslyn is a fast growing suburb boasting quality homes, some on slightly larger blocks, and often stunning views. 

The steep volcanic outcrop that shelters the bay was formed over 70 million years ago and is one of the most fascinating geological formations in the area. A short, but vigorous walk to the summit reveals magnificent views of the Keppel Islands, the surrounding coastline and volcanic formations.

Rosslyn Bay Harbour is a hive of activity with ferries regularly departing for Great Keppel Island, along with Keppel Bay cruises, bareboat charters and recreational fishing cruises. Local fishing trawlers also make use of the harbour, returning with freshly caught reef fish, prawns, bugs and mud crabs. Visitors can indulge in this mouth-watering bounty at the Rosslyn Bay Fisherman's Co-op where it's guaranteed fresh!

Nearby Statue Bay and Double Head are renowned fishing destinations where you'll find Black Jewfish, Cod, Tuna and Mackerel. The rock wall surrounding Rosslyn Bay Harbour is also known as a good spot to wet a line.

North Queensland's largest marina, Keppel Bay Marina, boasting 400 berths. 

Median house price is $425 000
Estimated population of 351

Conveniences include;

  • Parks and pathways
  • Proximity to Lammermoor Beach, Pebbles Beach and Multiple rosslyn beaches
  • Rosslyn Bay Marina with excellent dining options, a service station, boat ramp, health and wellness facilities and residential apartments and villas, as well as resort accommodation

(Source RP Data 2019 and QLD Destinations)

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