Mulambin is a growing community that adjoins the Northern side of the Causeway Lake. Along the beach front are a mixture of older beach shacks and quality homes, however hidden behind is a modern estate, one offering quality homes on larger blocks, the other more standard block sizes.

Mulambin Beach is cradled against Bluff Point at the Northern end and Pinnacle Point to the South, both of which are part of the Capricorn Coast National Park. The beach backs a 10m high casuarina-covered foredune and the main road with a caravan park and camping reserve between the road and the beach.

As with Kinka Beach, Mulambin has low waves, low gradient, fine sand, waves spilling across a wide shallow surf at low tide, and has moderate steep beach at high tide.

Conveniences include;
    • Mulambin Beach, 
    • Parks, playgrounds and walking tracks. 
    • Causeway Lake takeaway and general store. 
    • Close to Kemp hill/Turtle lookout National Park. 
    • Capricorn Palms Caravan Park. 
    • NRMA Capricorn Holiday Park.

Median house price is $507,721
Population of 923
5 Year population change + 50%


(Source RP Data as of May 2020)