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Kayak with Dolphins and 4WD Great Beach Drive Day Trip from Noosa

Kayak with Dolphins and 4WD Great Beach Drive Day Trip from Noosa - Noosa Heads, Australia
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Duration: 6 hours
Location: Noosa Heads, Australia

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$97.89

Experience a kayaking adventure into the wild observing dolphins, migrating whales, turtles, rays and many other wildlife in a National Park location only accessible by 4WD vehicles. Sunshine Coast's hidden gem, Double Island Point is thriving with wildlife, highlighted with breathtaking remote beaches that give you an amazing sense of freedom and crystal clear tropical waters that make spotting easy ... More info ›

Experience a kayaking adventure into the wild observing dolphins, migrating whales, turtles, rays and many other wildlife in a National Park location only accessible by 4WD vehicles. Sunshine Coast's hidden gem, Double Island Point is thriving with wildlife, highlighted with breathtaking remote beaches that give you an amazing sense of freedom and crystal clear tropical waters that make spotting easy. Feel the thrill of the 4WD beach drive on this tour. This tour is a must for anyone looking for a lifetime experience with the wild! Your tour includes a 4WD beach drive experience, equipment hire, guided kayak and wildlife tour, national park entry fees and pictures on request.

Experience a unique Australian beach adventure by 4WD vehicle access only and stunning uncrowded beaches. Enjoy a spectacular colored sand cliff tour and a casual guided paddle around the spectacular Double Island Point headland. You'll see Australian wildlife in their habitat, in the wild and see large pods of dolphins, whales (20,000 passed each way last year on migration), turtles, rays, migrating birds, soldier crabs in their thousands are all frequent. Beginner friendly equipment and location with a 100% safety record.

Itinerary:

  • Depart Noosa in specialized 4WD vehicles, travel via Noosa North Shore ferry and onto Teewah Beach.
  • Experience the thrill of the Great Beach Drive taking in the stunning views and passing the famous Rainbow Beach colored sand cliffs.
  • Arrive at an untouched paradise, Double Island Point.
  • Spectacular headland buzzing with marine life and a dolphin tour in the wild!
  • Equipment set up and safety/instruction briefing on the beach.
  • Guided paddle around the headland taking in the unique views and local marine life.
  • See local Bottlenose dolphins feeding and playing in the area.
  • Whales on migration resting or curiously passing by to check us out and put on a show.
  • Many different turtles feeding around the point.
  • Get a unique view of the Double Island Point Light house from the water.
  • Light snacks and refreshments provided.
  • Return trip along the Great Beach Drive back to Noosa.

This tour departs Noosa, on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast and is located 1.5 hours north of Brisbane along the Great Beach Drive.

Departure times vary daily as a result of tide times to access Double Island Point along the Great Beach Drive.  Please reconfirm for specific departure times.

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Stand Up Paddle 4WD Day Trip from Noosa Including Great Beach Drive Experience

Stand Up Paddle 4WD Day Trip from Noosa Including Great Beach Drive Experience - Noosa Heads, Australia

Duration: 5 hours
Location: Noosa Heads, Australia

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$91.06

Try one of the worlds fastest and most popular fun new sports, Stand Up Paddle! Our many wind protected flat water locations are ideal for learning or for cruising the bays on our SUP lessons and local eco tours. Double Island Point is a stand up paddling paradise with crystal clear flat water lagoons and a super long beginner right hand break ideal for learners looking to take the next step into the waves ... More info ›

Try one of the worlds fastest and most popular fun new sports, Stand Up Paddle! Our many wind protected flat water locations are ideal for learning or for cruising the bays on our SUP lessons and local eco tours. Double Island Point is a stand up paddling paradise with crystal clear flat water lagoons and a super long beginner right hand break ideal for learners looking to take the next step into the waves. If your already well advanced then why not come and experience this magical place set in the Great Sandy National Park.
Expect to see many of the local wildlife on your beach drive and stand up paddle experience with many turtles often seen in the clear shallows of the pools and sand bars. Rays, bottlenose dolphins, sea birds, whales (in season), soldier crabs in their thousands are all frequent here.

Itinerary (Full day):  

Depart Noosa in specialised 4WD vehicles from pick up points.

Travel via Noosa North shore ferry and onto Teewah Beach.

Spectacular Great Beach Drive experience passing the stunning famous Rainbow Beach coloured sand cliffs.
Arrive at an untouched paradise, Double Island Point.
Equipment set up and safety/instruction briefing on the beach.
Fun stand up paddle lesson instruction by fully qualified, friendly instructors.
Cruisethe shallows spotting turtles and rays.

Try SUP surfing on the super long beginner waves.        
Light snacks & refreshments provided.

Return trip along the Great Beach Drive back to Noosa.

What's included: 4WD Great Beach Drive experience, equipment hire (specialised stand up paddle boards, wetshirt/ wetsuit), fun instruction, National Park entry fees, light snacks & refreshments.

What to bring: towel, change of clothes, sunscreen, water, snacks.

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Merrick's Noosa Learn to Surf - 2 Hour group surfing lesson

Merrick's Noosa Learn to Surf - 2 Hour group surfing lesson - Noosa Heads, Australia

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Noosa Heads, Australia

From USD
$49.33

Noosa Learn to Surf offers specifically structured lessons to suit the absolute beginner through to competition surfers. Our specific 1-2-3 teaching method is unique worldwide and guarantees you'll be standing in your first lesson ... More info ›

Noosa Learn to Surf offers specifically structured lessons to suit the absolute beginner through to competition surfers. Our specific 1-2-3 teaching method is unique worldwide and guarantees you'll be standing in your first lesson. We offer daily tuition, group classes (1:8 coaching ratio)

Group lessons run daily at 9am and 1.30pm for 2 hours duration. We operate 364 days per year excluding Xmas Day. Our surfing lessons can also be conducted in French if need be. All equipment included in the price.

Whatever your needs, Noosa Learn to Surf can cater to all. Change your life. learn to surf!

Please note: Minimum age: 7 years, must be able to swim 25 meters unassisted.

Lesson are run on Noosa Main Beach West, Beach access 14 at 9am and 1.30pm daily excluding Christmas Day. Lessons run for 2 hours and include all equipment.Learning to surf with the worlds best surf coaches, means your learning to surf like the professionals you see on TV and in surfing magazines. If you are taught correctly on your board from day one, you will have style and learn fast.

Our coaches are fully qualified and accredited with either the Academy of Surfing Instructors and/or Surfing Australia. They hold the highest lifeguard certificates that ensure you are learning in the safest of hands.

Straight away, you are taught ocean awareness, rip and current reading, wave understanding and great surf safety tips. 

Our lesson structure is what sets us apart from other schools and we are constantly told that our system is unparalleled and a testament to this is our repeat business and recommendations. 

Noosa Main Beach is one of the safest learn to surf locations and we have exclusive access to the most consistent learner waves on the whole of the Sunshine Coast. All beginners start in waist deep water with coaches instructing right beside you.

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Bushwalkers' Adventure Noosa Hinterland Half-Day Tour

Bushwalkers' Adventure Noosa Hinterland Half-Day Tour - Noosa Heads, Australia
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Duration: 6 hours
Location: Noosa Heads, Australia

From USD
$94.86

Explore and discover the lush Hinterlands of Noosa and the Sunshine Coast in the Half Day Bushwalkers' Adventure. Designed for walkers to relax, refresh and connect with nature at an easy pace and moderate terrain.  The walks are along creek flats where very tall flooded gums emerge from the rainforest and strangler figs dominate the upper canopy ... More info ›

Explore and discover the lush Hinterlands of Noosa and the Sunshine Coast in the Half Day Bushwalkers' Adventure. Designed for walkers to relax, refresh and connect with nature at an easy pace and moderate terrain.  The walks are along creek flats where very tall flooded gums emerge from the rainforest and strangler figs dominate the upper canopy. The forest changes to open forest featuring a variety of eucalypts mountain bracken fern. Epiphytes are abundant: Bird’s nest fern, staghorn and elkhorn ferns. Keep your eyes open for photo opportunities of wallabies, a variety of birdlife, frogs and reptiles, changing landscapes and breathtaking vistas.

Depart the coastal town of Noosa at 7am after your early morning pick-up in a roomy, comfortable, air-conditioned mini-van and head inland to the lush, cool fertile HInterland. Along the way, drive through the villages of Doonan and Eumundi, lined with art galleries, craft shops,and road-side fruit stalls.  The scenery soon changes to rolling green hills, deep pockets of rain forest as we climb the magnificent Blackall Range passing picturesque towns of Palmwood and Mapleton. Spectacular views in all directions of magnificent mountains, lush green valleys, and the glorious Pacific Ocean heralds our arrival to our destination for the morning bushwalk.

After an overview about safety, wildlife and the track we head off at a slow pace - walking slowly and quietly is the best opportunity to observe wildlife in their natural habitat and it also allows your senses to fine-tune to the green space and wild life that surrounds you.  The track on natural, moderate terrain and meanders through rainforest and open eucalypt forest, along creeks and stunning views.

The rainforest is ancient and features bunya pine, hoop pine, piccabeen palms.  Along the creek flats very tall flooded gums emerge from the rainforest and black bean, blue quandong, and strangler figs, dominate the upper canopy hosting a variety of epiphytes and delicate orchids. In this surrounding we will enjoy fresh locally sourced morning tea amid Eastern yellow robins, a variety of honeyeaters and wrens.

Refreshed you will start to notice your senses tuning into the sights, sounds and smells of the Bush. Notice the landscape changes to open forests featuring grey ironbark, tallowwood and mountain bracken fern appear throughout. Epiphytes occur along the track in abundance. Bird’s nest fern, staghorn and elkhorn fern and a variety of orchids can be seen. Your guide will interpret the wildlife, endemic plants & animals, the little beauties in Nature so often overlooked.  You begin to pick-up the of the nuances in the natural green world:  the calls of the Sulphur-crested cockatoo and Australian king parrot; scent of the Eucalypt, texture of the earth underfoot or a rough Bunya pine tree, see a shy red-legged pademelon or a water dragon scurrying to a creek.

Leave the forest at the end of the walk relaxed and rejuvenated and prepare for the return home. A refreshing cool face-washer is a welcomed top-up. We re-trace the morning drive - the scenery is always different on the way back.  You will appreciate where you have been as you see the rugged mountains where we hiked slope to the green rolling valleys that give-way to the deep-blue Pacific Ocean.  Back at your accommodation enjoy a soak in a spa or a walk on the beach, relax and enjoy the rest of your visit to the Sunshine Coast, also know as Australia's Nature Coast.

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Bushwalkers' Adventure Noosa Hinterland Full-Day

Bushwalkers' Adventure Noosa Hinterland Full-Day - Noosa Heads, Australia

Duration: 10 hours
Location: Noosa Heads, Australia

From USD
$140.39

The Bushwalk Adventure Full Day is designed for keen walkers to relax, refresh and connect with nature in walks that visit Noosa Country, Blackall Range, Conondale Range and Glasshouse Mountains in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland. Your guide will take you on a sensory experience along tranquil trails, interpreting how we are connected to the plants and wildlife of the Bush ... More info ›

The Bushwalk Adventure Full Day is designed for keen walkers to relax, refresh and connect with nature in walks that visit Noosa Country, Blackall Range, Conondale Range and Glasshouse Mountains in the Sunshine Coast Hinterland. Your guide will take you on a sensory experience along tranquil trails, interpreting how we are connected to the plants and wildlife of the Bush. Enjoy refreshing morning tea along cool trails under sub-tropical rain forest canopies and fresh locally sourced packed lunch in an open giant Eucalyptus forests, home of the koala and some of the 304 species of birds found in the region.

We depart the coastal town of Noosa at 7:00am after our early morning pick-ups in a roomy, comfortable, air-conditioned mini-van and head inland to the lush, cool fertile Hinterland. Along the way we drive through Doonan, Eumundi, lined with art galleries, craft shops,and road-side fruit stalls.  The scenery soon changes to rolling green hills, deep pockets of rain forest as we climb the magnificent Blackall Range passing picturesque towns of Palmwood and Mapleton. Spectacular views in all directions of magnificent mountains, lush green valleys, and the glorious Pacific Ocean heralds our arrival to our destination of the day.

After an overview about safety, wildlife and the track we head off at a slow pace to allow your senses to fine-tune to the green space and wild life that surrounds you.  Walking along on natural terrain you will notice the sights, sounds and smells of the Bush. Your guide will interpret the wildlife, endemic plants & animals, the little beauties in Nature so often overlooked.  Under the canopy of a sub-tropical rain forest we stop for a morning tea amid the calls of the Wompoo fruit-dove, Bell miner and Whip bird.

Refreshed we continue in the Bush and notice the changes in landscape to open giant Eucalyptus forests. With the help of your guide you begin to pick-up the of the nuances in the natural green world:  the calls of the Sulphur-crested cockatoo and Australian king parrot; scent of the Eucalyptus, texture of the earth underfoot or a rough Bunya pine tree, see a shy red-legged pademelon or a water dragon scurrying to a creek. Meandering along we hear the sound of a waterfall, muffled at first, then tumbling over rocks and into the pool below when we arrive.  A perfect spot for a fresh locally sourced packed lunch and fruit salad to satisfy a ravenous hunger after the morning's walk.

Relaxed and refueled continue through the Bush and note the change of landscape and eco-tones.  Some species live only in this transitional area.  Your guide will explain how we and the plants and wildlife of the Bush are connected; and share the cultural significance of the Hinterland where the First Australians held meetings, trade and bunya nut festivals thousands of years ago.  Leaving the forest at the end of the walk the rejuvenated and relaxed we prepare for the return home.  A quick freshen up with a cool face-wash towel comes in handy!

We return through the rural dairy farm of Kenilworth and little village of Gherulla on foothills of the Range, then back to the Sunshine Coast at your accommodation where you can enjoy soak in a spa or a walk on the beach to relax and enjoy the rest of your visit to the Sunshine Coast.

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Birdwatching and Wildlife Noosa Biosphere Full-Day Experience

Birdwatching and Wildlife Noosa Biosphere Full-Day Experience - Noosa Heads, Australia

Duration: 10 hours
Location: Noosa Heads, Australia

From USD
$140.39

Discover the UNESCO Noosa Biosphere Reserve and the Sunshine Coast Hinterland.  The UNESCO Noosa Biosphere Reserve is a unique area where sub-tropical and temperate zones overlap, providing varied ecosystems home to 300+ Australian bird varieties, with 60 ecosystems, 1300 plant species, pristine coastal & mountain landscapes.  Further inland along the eastern scarp of the vast Great Dividing Range lies the pristine and remote Blackall and Conondale Ranges providing gulled rain forests over topped by towering eucalyptus stands and an enormous diversity of plants, wildlife and bird-life to discover.

Designed for the avid birdwatcher, fauna and flora enthusiast and nature photographer to see as much wildlife as possible and share interests.  In a roomy, air-conditioned mini-van we visit 8 - 12 locations with short tranquil easy walks, no more than a few hundred meters, to a vantage point. Ample time and opportunity to photograph and observe flora and fauna in their natural habitat is factored into this tour.

The UNESCO Noosa Biosphere Reserve is a unique area where tropical and temperate zones overlap, providing varied ecosystems and where we visit 3-4 locations which include Mangroves, Wallum, Wet and Dry Eucalyptus forests and rain forests ... More info ›

Discover the UNESCO Noosa Biosphere Reserve and the Sunshine Coast Hinterland.  The UNESCO Noosa Biosphere Reserve is a unique area where sub-tropical and temperate zones overlap, providing varied ecosystems home to 300+ Australian bird varieties, with 60 ecosystems, 1300 plant species, pristine coastal & mountain landscapes.  Further inland along the eastern scarp of the vast Great Dividing Range lies the pristine and remote Blackall and Conondale Ranges providing gulled rain forests over topped by towering eucalyptus stands and an enormous diversity of plants, wildlife and bird-life to discover.

Designed for the avid birdwatcher, fauna and flora enthusiast and nature photographer to see as much wildlife as possible and share interests.  In a roomy, air-conditioned mini-van we visit 8 - 12 locations with short tranquil easy walks, no more than a few hundred meters, to a vantage point. Ample time and opportunity to photograph and observe flora and fauna in their natural habitat is factored into this tour.

The UNESCO Noosa Biosphere Reserve is a unique area where tropical and temperate zones overlap, providing varied ecosystems and where we visit 3-4 locations which include Mangroves, Wallum, Wet and Dry Eucalyptus forests and rain forests. 40% of Australia’s bird species are found in this area, some 304 species including Miratory wader species. Other fauna species include Eastern Grey kangaroo, Koala, Grey-headed flying fox, Echidna, Brush-tail possum, Ring-tail possum, Platypus, Carpet python. Rich in biodiversity we absorb the ambience of this very special nature while enjoying a delicious, locally sourced morning tea.

Refreshed we head inland to the Hinterland, drive through little villages with cafes, colorful roadside fruit stalls, climb the majestic Blackall Range to the Mapleton area.  Here we visit 3-4 locations that include subtropical rain forest including bunya pine, piccabeen palms, towering Eucalyptus stands, rich in plant and wildlife.  Species of this region include Wompoo fruit-dove, Sulphur-crested cockatoo, Australian king parrot, Bell miner, Whip bird, Peregrine falcon to name just a few.

Climbing further up the eastern scarp of the Great Dividing Range we visit Conondale National Park known for its pristine beauty of vast and varied landscape, from rain forest gullies overtopped by Eucalpyt stands.  Conondale avifauna reflects the special diversity of this area. The forest contains over a quarter of Queensland's wildlife, 242 species of birds, including 22 rare and endangered species. Apart from the frogs, significant fauna include the rare Plumed or Marbled Frogmouth, Red Goshawk, Coxen's Fig Parrot, Powerful Owl, Black-breasted Button-quail, Paradise Rifle Bird and the Giant Spiny Lobster. It is considered one of the premium bird watching areas in Queensland. A perfect place to enjoy a fresh, locally sourced packed lunch and fruit salad and immerse in the natural green world surrounding you.

On the return home we stop along the Obi Obi Creek wetland of creeks, cascades, waterfalls, rocky waterholes, gorges and scarps. This area has cultural value to the Indigenous Gubbi Gubbi people, who used the ranges for meetings and bunya nut festivals. Known for its buttressed gallery forest of fig and black bean, a large number of native frog and turtle species reside here including platypus and the vulnerable Mary River cod. Back at your accommodation enjoy a soak in a spa, perhaps a sun downer, before dinner to relax and reflect on the day of wildlife experiences.

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