Nestled at the foot of Connors Range, the charming community of Carmila is a blend of beachfront bliss with country character. The community centre is the major social and sporting hub for the Isaac Coast.  Cane growing is the community’s main industry and is harvested between May and November. Go off the beaten track at Carmila Beach, an uncrowded stretch of coastline, perfect for fishing enthusiasts with access to the creeks nearby. An ideal place to launch a boat, otherwise cast a line from land, near the creek mouth.  Sunset fishing is particularly good here for barramundi, mangrove jack, trevally and flathead.

Exploring Carmila

  • Pull up, bury your toes in the sand and camp for a few nights right on the pristine beachfront.
  • Launch into the water at sunset from the northern end boat ramp and fish for your dinner. The area is well known for barramundi, mangrove jack, trevally and flathead.
  • Turtles nest on local beaches from around mid-October through to January.  Please take care not to disturb these wonderful creatures during nesting season.