Emu Park
 is 40 kilometres east of Rockhampton via Emu Park-Rockhampton Road, and 20 kilometres south of Yeppoon via the Scenic Highway or Western Bypass. 

Previously known as 'Mens Beach', today it is known as Emu Park Main Beach. The beach is surrounded by an extensive grassy foreshore reserve and parking areas. The reserve runs the full length of the beach, with houses set well back from the shore.

Waves and Tide

Emu Park Main Beach is the surfing beach for Emu Park, usually offering a low beach break. The
waves average 0.5-1 metres, which break across a wide, low gradient beach. At high tide the
beach is 50 metres wide, extending to over 200 metres wide at low tide.

Swimming
Emu Park Main Beach is a quiet beach, with calm waters. The beach is patrolled by Surf Life Saving
This beach is a relatively safe beach, and at its best during mid to high tide. However, when waves
exceed 0.5 metres rips may occur at low tide and around the rocks.

Fishing
Fishing is best off the rocks at each end.

Boat
A boat ramp is available on the north side of Emu Point, and at Zilzie. The Zilzie ramp offers direct
access to Coorooman Creek. By sea, Emu Park is 8 kilometres north of Keppel Sands, or 35 kilometres
by road. Keppel Sands and Emu Park are separated by
 Coorooman Creek.

Other
The beach has shady picnic facilities and is close to shops.
Dogs are not allowed.
Emu Park has an airfield available for light planes.

Facilities

-  Parking -  Toilets (Including Disabled Access) 
-  Showers -  BBQ
-  Picnic Tables -  Lookout
-  Trekking -  Swimming
-  Kayaking -  Sailing
-  Motorboat Access -  Fishing
-  Crocodile Warning -  Stinger Warnings
-  No Camping -  No Vehicles on Beach
-  No Bike Roading -  No Dogs