The resort village of Mission Beach is located in the north-eastern part of Australia in the state of Queensland, on the Coral Sea coast. Djiru National Nature Park is located southwest of the village. According to many travelers and tourism experts, the beach in Mission Beach is completely underestimated by holidaymakers. Tourists will find a real tropical paradise — golden sand, picturesque palms, no waves, and few people. When the tide is low, the water recedes heavily from the coast, but you will have to deal with this phenomenon in almost all resort areas of the region. Several fascinating islands are located near the coast. An excellent choice of inexpensive camping sites and comfortable beach hotels awaits guests. Diving enthusiasts can dive to the Great Barrier Reef.