Deepwater is a small suburban town located in the Bundaberg and Wide Bay region in the state of Queensland. The town is home to the Deepwater National Park. Established in 1988, the coastal wildlife area spans more than 4,000 hectares of land that protect sand dunes and heaths in the Deepwater Creek reservoir. This catchment is among the few existing untouched freshwater basins on the east coast of Queensland. Nature lovers will get to spend a memorable time at the national park with many facilities such as camping sites, toilet areas, picnic tables and fishing spots. A diverse set of wildlife species and plants are also found at the park, including the rose-crowned fruit doves, fairy gerygones and grey fantails.