Welcome to one of the most beautiful places on earth...

Regular Events

Regular Events
Sunday Markets from 8:30am on Walsh Ave. The Mega Market on the 1st Sunday each month and lots more.

Accommodation & Camping

Accommodation & Camping
Find out what accommodation and camping facilities are available on the Hibiscus Coast.

Noticeboard/Forms

Noticeboard/Forms
Membership fees for 2017 are due now at the AGM in March. Committee Nomination form and Membership Nomination form can be dowloaded from this page.

Lots of things to do

Lots of things to do
A great place to spend the day with the family

National Parks

National Parks
Plenty of parks and adventures to choose from

Hibiscus Herald

Hibiscus Herald
The Hibiscus Herald is a monthly publication by the Seaforth Progress and Sports Association which aims to keep everyone informed of the happenings around town. here is a collection of previous issues.
The charm of our area is it's natural beauty, the laid back lifestyle, the friendliness of the local people and our very pleasant weather (winter months especially).

Our area boasts the best beaches around - Seaforth, Cape Hillsborough, Haliday Bay, Ball Bay, Smalleys Beach, Belmunda and Newry and Rabbit Islands (accessible by boat only).

You can swim all year round in the Council maintained tidal swimming enclosures at Seaforth and Haliday Bay. The children's wading pool at Seaforth opens during the Easter and Christmas school holidays and weekends during the summer months.
Recreational pastimes include fishing, crabbing and prawning. Seaforth has one of the best boat launching facilities in the state at the Victor Creek Boat Ramp, and has security lighting at night. The newly constructed pontoon is another great asset.


There are numerous Council parks and playgrounds in the area, many with barbeque facilities.

A variety of accommodation from tent sites to resort style is available.