A popular spot with locals and holiday-makers, with all the facilities required for a day trip or a longer stay.
Sarina Beach lies between the rock flats and 35m high Perpetua Point. The beach has a caravan park, two motels, a store and a number of holiday and residential houses, all contained in two streets backing the southern 500m of the 1.3km long beach. The beach faces due east and is bordered in the north by some low intertidal rocks that separate it from Campwin beach, while in the south are the rocks of 40m high Perpetua Point. The Sarina Surf Life Saving Club, founded located at the far southern end of the beach. A reserve and beachfront caravan park are located north of the clubhouse.
The beach has a high tide range, up to 8m, and receives waves averaging between 0.5 and 1m. These have built a narrow high tide beach, fronted by a 200 to 300m wide, flat low tide beach. A small creek crosses the centre of the beach, with the low rocks at the northern end.
The Sarina Surf Life Saving Club is a social hub for the community of Sarina, with a strong and loyal membership base.
The Sarina SLSC was established in the 1930s and re-established in 1975. The club is 10 kilometres south of the township of Sarina, which is 34km south of Mackay. It currently has a strong membership base of over 200 members, comprising active seniors, cadets, nippers, probationary and life members.
The club is located at Sarina Beach and is surrounded by two motels, service station and takeaway facility and with a local population of around 430 residents and another 550 residents located at nearby Campwin Beach.
The club’s season runs from September through to April each year.
1 Owen Jenkins Dve, Sarina Beach, QLD, 4737