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Noosa: Private Double Island Point Beach Adventure

1. Noosa: Private Double Island Point Beach Adventure

Depart Noosa in your private specialized 4X4 vehicle and experience the thrill of the Great Beach Drive. Drive along Teewah Beach that stretches over 50km to Double Island Point. Take in the stunning wind-swept cliffs towering over the beach and many different types of local flora and fauna. Discover the unique private Marine Park aquatic adventure that is only accessible at low tide. Here a variety of thrilling water activities are on offer, including surf lessons on Australia’s longest wave, kayaking tours, stand up paddle lessons and wildlife eco tours. Enjoy the turquoise waters of Honeymoon Bay with the activity of your choice. See local Bottlenose dolphins feeding and playing up close in the Marine Park. Enjoy a tasty picnic lunch at a scenic location in the national park. After lunch, enjoy the return trip along the Great Beach Drive back to your Noosa accommodation.

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Rainbow Beach Drive 4WD Tour from Noosa to Mooloolaba

2. Rainbow Beach Drive 4WD Tour from Noosa to Mooloolaba

Benefit from pickup at your accommodation, if located between Mooloolaba and Noosa, and then set off on a 6-hour off-road adventure to get stunning views of the golden the sands. Drive across a pristine stretch of white sand with stunning headland views all the way from Noosa to Double Island Point. Stop to admire the scenery of Great Sandy National Park, and take in the impressive views from the Double Island Point Lighthouse. Keep a look out for turtles, sharks, manta rays, and pods of dolphins in their natural environment, along with majestic humpback whales between June and October. Get exclusive access to the lighthouse to discover parts of the popular spot you might otherwise miss. Take photos of the dramatic Red Canyon and Coloured Sands, and watch a demonstration of the traditional techniques of the Aborigines. Go to a scenic picnic spot in Great Sandy National Park, where friendly Lace Monitor Lizards may join you for a selfie. Cool off with a dip in the ocean before the return trip to your accommodation.

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Sunshine Coast: Private Group Wine Tour with Lunch

3. Sunshine Coast: Private Group Wine Tour with Lunch

Savor delicious cider and wine while you absorb the scenic views of the Sunshine Coast on this wine tour. Learn about the rich history of the region, discover different wine-making methods, and cultivate your palette as travel through the vineyards.  Start your day at Sunshine Coast Cider with a tasting and demonstration of the champagne-making process. Discover one of the only wineries in Queensland that does the full méthode traditionnelle in-house.  Then be escorted to Clouds Vineyard for a tasting of some of their award-winning wines. Smell and taste local vintages, identifying the complex aromas while learning about the different grapes grown in the region. Take a moment to appreciate the panoramic coastline view at Gerrard’s Lookout, high on the hill overlooking Coolum, Maroochydore, Caloundra, and Bribie Island before enjoying a 2-course gourmet meal at one of two potential dining establishments.  Move onto Flame Hill Winery to try 6 local award-winning wines in a stunning rural hinterland setting. Grab yourself a couple of bottles of sustainable wine to take home and then it’s time to head to the creative heart of the region: Montville. Check out an art gallery or do a little shopping before finishing at Chocolate Country in Montville. Enjoy a cup of Belgian hot chocolate in the patio garden. Make sure to create your own chocolate box to enjoy later, or to give as a gift. 

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Queensland: Sunshine Coast Tour with Lunch and Drinks

4. Queensland: Sunshine Coast Tour with Lunch and Drinks

Hear about the method of cider known as champagne-style cider, meet a fifth-generation cider maker, and try traditional mead as you cruise around the Sunshine Coast’s stunning scenery on a day-tasting tour. Begin your tour by visiting the cozy Cellar Door at Sunshine Coast Cider. Learn about the cider-making process directly from the maker and enjoy sampling some of the cider that’s made on-site. Next, drive through the spectacular scenery of Noosa’s Hinterland to the alternative town of Pomona, nestled at the foot of Mt Cooroora. Arrive at the boutique Amrita Park Meadery. Try some of their award-winning mead and see over 50 species of native plants on the beautiful grounds. Head to the Imperial Hotel, also home to the Eumundi Distillery and Eumundi Brewery. Enjoy a delicious lunch and time to relax. Discover the range of gins distilled there, which use the finest juniper, botanicals, and local Cooroy Mountain spring water to create the excellent Folktale Gin range. Enjoy a scenic drive back to Noosa for your final experience, the Fortune Distillery at Land and Sea Brewery. Explore the brewery’s craft beer and award-winning fine spirits made from local ingredients.

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What people are saying about Noosa

Brilliant day out

I, my husband and son, went on the Great Beach Drives 4WD Tour to Rainbow Beach (not Mooloolaba). We were picked from our apartment by Craig, our driver and guide for the day, along with another couple. Craig was very friendly and really informative about the area, the history and the wildlife. We drove up 40 mile beach to a picnic spot for morning tea and cake, then on to Double Island Point and the lighthouse, where we were lucky enough to see Humpback Whales, Dolphins, Turtles and Rays. We drove back down to the beach for a swim, and then over to Rainbow Beach for lunch and a stroll along the beach. Craig explained how Rainbow Beach got it's name (I'll not spoil the surprise) and then we headed back along the beach to Noosa. This is a brilliant, great value for money, day out. Craig was a great guide and I especially appreciated how he engaged with our son (he'll know what I mean). Would definitely recommend this trip.

It was an excellent adventure trip with spectacular views.We had an excellent travel guide very knowledeable in local geography,history and floran fauna.He is humble but expert in his guiding in kayaking and surfing. Only thing we wonder additional activity such as jet skiing would have made the experience more rich.

Crikey - another Australian icon discovered - Greg!

Such a glorious adventure. Greg shared so much history of the area. The day from start to finish is jam packed with fun and adventure. Greg’s happy demeanour and great communication skills translates the local info perfectly. Truely had such an amazing day. It is a must do,highly recommend.

The trip was unique. You have enough time to look at everything in peace and to bathe. You are not all alone, but the beach is anything but crowded. At lunch there was no other car in sight. Our guide explained everything great.

Our guide Craig gave us an unforgettable experience with this tour. This uniqueness of the Rainbowbeach must remain protected. The color of the bathroom is just AMAZING