Woodgate, is a seaside township on the Burrum Coast of Queensland, Australia. The majority of the coastline of Woodgate consists of sandy beach, making it a popular holiday destination for people who live in nearby areas of Queensland. This small seaside town with 16 km of white sandy beach with crystal clear peaceful, safe, sub tropical water is surrounded by a 20,000 hectare National Park with superb scenery, and provides a diverse range of holiday activities.
At the 2011 census, Woodgate had a population of 941, up from 758 recorded at the 2006 census.
On the inland side of Woodgate lies Burrum Coast National Park. The beach itself is quite calm, being protected by Fraser Island.