Eimeo Beach is a small but popular beach, catering to the locals and also increasingly to tourists.
Eimeo Point is a small, 60m high, conical headland, capped by a small but famous hotel that offers spectacular views from every room. Sunset Bay lies below to the west, with small Eimeo beach to the east. A road off the Bucasia Road runs out to Eimeo and on to Dolphin Heads and Blacks beach.
Eimeo Beach is a 400m long, north facing, low energy beach. The beach extends east of the rocks at the base of the point as a single sand spit, backed by a small, mangrove-filled tidal creek. There is one row of houses on the spit, which ends at the creek mouth. The beach consists of a 50m wide high tide beach fronted by sand flats that widen to 100m off the creek mouth.
The beach offers relatively safe swimming, although it can only be used at high tide.
Eimeo Surf Life Saving Club is the youngest club in Queensland, opening her doors in December 2000.
Mackay Surf Life Saving Club operated on the site of the Eimeo Surf Life Saving Club from 1948-1960, and the club was then run as a catamaran club until the surf club took over.
Eimeo Surf Life Saving Club is situated in the northern beaches of Mackay, at the start of the beautiful Whitsundays or the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef. Eimeo Beach is arguably the most beautiful beach in Mackay with its crystal clear waters and views of the islands.
Volunteer lifesavers from Eimeo Surf Life Saving patrol on Saturday afternoons and all day Sunday during summer, with a fulltime lifeguard on patrol throughout the school holidays.
Eimeo Surf Life Saving Club is a family club, with membership from Nippers through to Masters. The club also offers a number of facilities for active members, including showers and a kitchen.
The Supporters Club is a great place to catch up with family and friends to watch the moon come up over the ocean, while sipping on your favourite drink. Visitors are welcome.
Lot 1, Eimeo Esplanade, Eimeo, QLD, 4740