Shoal Point

Shoal-Point_dwpA quiet seaside suburb, with a natural environment that encourages wildlife such as possums and Rainbow Lorikeets. The beach has sensational views north to Cape Hillsborough and the Hibiscus Coast.

A number of new housing estates make it a popular destination for homeowners, investors and those seeking a rental property with close proximity to the beach.

The more established part of Shoal Point is located at the end of the peninsula and, as there are numerous large, leafy trees, birdlife abounds. Homes vary greatly in style and value but the Point remains solidly family-oriented and it seems that most people have a boat.


Shoal Point Park

Nearby parks

Cone Street Park

18 Denham Avenue, Shoal Point

Features: Half basketball court


Hodges Road Park

Hodges Road, Shoal Point


Nautilus Park

Seychelles Road, Shoal Point

Features: Beach access


O'Brien Esplanade Park

O'Brien Esplanade, Shoal Point

Features: Beach access


Royal Sands Park

6 Royal Sands Boulevard, Shoal Point,

Features: Feature wall


Shoal Point Park

O'Brien Esplanade, Shoal Point

Features: Ramp access to beach & power board