Chelsea standing on a rock bridge at Stony Creek, Byfield
Chelsea standing on a rock bridge at Stony Creek, Byfield

POLL: Where is the best place to go swimming in the region?

IT'S that type of weather that you'd rather be at your favourite swimming hole than stuck in an office.

Well, at least for those not at home looking after the kiddies on school holidays.

While a good splash or soak sounds ideal, sometimes it can be difficult to decide where to go in the region, especially with so many great places to pick from.

So, The Bulletin asked readers where their favourite swimming spots are and here is what they said:

Danielle Harding - Capricorn resort in yeppoon

Paul Baker - Stoney creek.

Anne Hicks - my house, BUT it must pass the toe test

Dan Harkin - Toe test?

Anne Hicks - lol, to see if it is warm enough to plunge the rest of my body in to the pool

Best swimming spots in Rockhampton region?

This poll ended on 17 October 2014.

Current Results

Stony Creek

37%

Dam at Mount Morgan

4%

The Rock Pool water park

0%

Backyard pool

6%

Thompson Point

4%

Capricorn resort at Yeppoon

10%

Southside pool

4%

Gracemere pool

0%

First Turkey, on Zamia track, in Mount Archer National Park

8%

Hedlow Creek

4%

Emu Park main beach

14%

Yeppoon main beach

4%

This is not a scientific poll. The results reflect only the opinions of those who chose to participate.

Debbie Hughes - Fitzroys River Stacy Lloyd

Karina Weston - There's not a lot of options in Rocky.

Judith Cesari-White - In the water of course. Especially if it rains. What a way to go

Kellie Roberts - Not Rocky! Shelly's beach emu park.

Robyn Brown - Emu Park main beach.

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