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Rainbow Beach: Kayaking with Dolphins and Beach 4WD Tour

1. Rainbow Beach: Kayaking with Dolphins and Beach 4WD Tour

Begin your 3-hour adventure with a 4WD beach drive in the Great Sandy National Park. Head to the spectacular Double Island Point to enjoy scenic views of Fraser Island and the colored sands of Rainbow Beach. Afterward, head out on a relaxed kayaking tour around the headland as you admire the beauty of the natural surroundings and take in the Double Island Point Lighthouse from a unique perspective. Keep an eye out for the curious bottlenose dolphin pods who are often seen in this area, feeding on large schools of fish. Also, see local and migrating wildlife, including humpback whales (June-November), turtles, manta rays, stingrays, soldier crabs in their thousands, and migrating sea birds.

From Broome: Cape Leveque 4WD Tour & Optional Return Flight

2. From Broome: Cape Leveque 4WD Tour & Optional Return Flight

Just a few kilometers out of Broome, head north on Cape Leveque Road. Journey over rugged terrain on unsealed sections of road to your first stop, Beagle Bay Aboriginal Community. Enjoy morning tea and see the famous pearl-shell alter of the Sacred Heart Church. Head further north to Lombodina, where traditional owners will take you on a guided walk of their community. Visit their craft shop where you will find many local handmade products. Next stop is Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm for a chef prepared lunch followed by an insightful tour of the pearl farm. Enjoy an afternoon swim in the beautiful turquoise waters of Kooljaman. Sit back and relax or stroll along the sandy white beach. Opt for the return scenic flight (must be pre-booked) down the beautiful coast to arrive in Broome at approximately 5:00 PM or head back to Broome by coach, arriving at approximately 7:30 PM.

Noosa: Full-Day Fraser Island Warrior Tour

3. Noosa: Full-Day Fraser Island Warrior Tour

Start your day either from the convenient meeting point in Noosa or with a courtesy pickup from select hotels. From there you will travel through the Toolara Forest and Great Sandy National Park as you make your way towards Fraser Island. Following a quick stop in Rainbow Beach, board the ferry from Inskip Point over to the island, looking out for marine life along the way. You'll then drive along the beach highway to a freshwater creek where you’ll enjoy morning tea with a view. Following that, it will be time to make your way through the inland tracks to experience a 4WD adventure. You'll journey through the forest to Lake McKenzie, a highlight for many due to the beautiful white sandy beach and perfectly blue waters. You can cool off with a swim, enjoy some wonderful photo opportunities, or relax on the beach before tucking into an authentic and healthy Aussie picnic-style lunch. Following lunch you'll walk through the ancient rainforest of Central Station and Pile Valley, which is home to many unique and interesting species. Wander alongside the crystal clear Wanggoolba Creek as you take in the sights and smells of the tallest rainforest, which is growing out of sand. It will then be time to start making your way back towards Noosa with another drive down the beach highway and a brief stopover in Rainbow Beach. Your return time to Noosa will be approximately 5:00PM.

From Hervey Bay: K'gari, Fraser Island 2-Day Coach Tour

4. From Hervey Bay: K'gari, Fraser Island 2-Day Coach Tour

Start your tour with pickup in Hervey Bay, the gateway to K'gari (Fraser Island). Then relax on the 40-minute cruise across the Great Sandy Marine Park to the island. Keep your eyes peeled for dolphins and turtles. Explore some of the most beautiful spots as you listen to fascinating facts about the island’s history. Over the 2 days you’ll travel in in air-conditioned comfort between sites. Visit Central Station to admire the towering trees, and learn why Fraser Island was so valuable to the timber industry. Stroll along the Wanggoolba Creek boardwalk and explore the subtropical rainforest in Pile Valley. Relax on the sandy beaches around Lake McKenzie, and as an optional extra, you can take a scenic flight over the island from here. Float down Eli Creek, and see the famous Maheno shipwreck. Be amazed by The Pinnacles colored sands and hear the Dreamtime tale of how they were formed. See the spectacular Indian Head while cruising up 75 Mile Beach. Visit the Champagne Pools and slip into the amazing natural jacuzzi, formed by the crashing waves. Trek across Hammerstone Sandblow and take a dip in Lake Wabby.   Stay overnight at the K'gari Beach Resort (formerly Eurong Beach Resort). At the end of the second day, board the 5:00 PM ferry back to River Heads. The shuttle service will take you back to your accommodation from there.

Fraser Island: 2-Day Tour from Hervey Bay

5. Fraser Island: 2-Day Tour from Hervey Bay

On your first day, walk under the rainforest at Central Station, the heart of Fraser Island, and then drive four wheelers on the colored sands of the 75 Mile Beach to the Happy Valley for a BBQ lunch. After lunch, go for a swim or take a tube ride at Eli Creek.  Learn from your experienced, knowledgeable lead guide and meet like-minded travelers. See the world-renowned Maheno Shipwreck before heading to Lake Garawongera. Return to your accommodation for time to relax, drink, play volleyball on the beach, and unwind before dinner. The next day, enjoy a continental breakfast before setting off for the emerald green Lake Wabby or Lake Birrabeen, depending on the tides and weather. Relax, play, and swim at the beautiful Lake McKenzie. Head back to the barge at Kingfisher Resort.

From Brisbane: Bribie Island 4WD Nature Adventure

6. From Brisbane: Bribie Island 4WD Nature Adventure

Your guide begins the adventure by letting the tires down on the 4WD and hitting the surf beach. Make your way towards Fort Bribie WWII Bunkers along the sand. Stop to view wildlife and the various lagoons along the way. After an informative, historical tour of the WWII bunkers, this is when the real adventure begins! The scenery changes from rugged Australian bush to open forests, swampy wetlands and dirt roads, all in the blink of an eye as you head inland and hit the 4WD tracks of the Bribie Island National Park. Following a stop for lunch, enjoy the opportunity to see local kangaroos, goannas and other wildlife at Poverty Creek. Next enjoy the serenity and the stunning views of The Glass House Mountains. After a picnic lunch and group photo in front of the Pumicestone Passage, continue along the 4WD track to White Patch.

Fraser Island (K'gari): 2-Day Guided 4WD Tour with Camping

7. Fraser Island (K'gari): 2-Day Guided 4WD Tour with Camping

Explore the impressive landscape of K’Gari island, home to the Butchulla people, with a guided two-day four-wheel-drive tour. Drive to pristine lakes, sandy dunes, and historic shipwrecks. See K’Gari, also referred to as Fraser Island, at night with an overnight camping experience. Day 1:Start your adventure with a ferry ride to the world's largest sand island and traverse the eastern beach. Head to Lake McKenzie for lunch and quality time to swim. Get cozy in the evening around a campfire, hear tales of the local area, and satiate your sweet tooth with a classic marshmallow roast.  Day 2:Launch into the second day’s activities with a dip into the Champagne Pools. Learn all about the SS Maheno shipwreck before continuing to Eli Creek, perfect for another relaxing swim before ending at Freedom Rainbow Beach.

Fraser Island: 1-Night Pack-Free Camping Rainforest Eco-Hike

8. Fraser Island: 1-Night Pack-Free Camping Rainforest Eco-Hike

Day 1: 6.5 miles After pickup from accommodations in Urangan and a short briefing on your hikes, you will travel by barge to beautiful Fraser Island where your guide will transfer the group to the first part of the walk. Kick things off with a hike into Lake McKenzie, where you will break for lunch at the picnic area. Enjoy the picturesque white-sand beach and swim in the pristine, freshwater perched lake. After lunch, head into the central rainforest area. Along the way you will stop off at Basin Lake for a refreshing swim before hiking back to camp. Marvel at huge Satinay trees growing out of the pure sand in this rainforest wonderland. When you arrive back at your camp, your guide will have set up your camp and be waiting for you with wine and cheese. The guide will have your dinner prepared for your group to cook together. Sleep in a comfortable tent among the giant trees. Day 2: 6 miles After dining on a tasty breakfast at your camp, you’ll set out into the vibrant tropical rainforest. Your guide will pick you and drive you to Eastern Beach via Eurong township along the famous 75 Mile Beach, where you will stop along the way to enjoy your lunch in the wilderness. After lunch, you’ll head to Lake Wabby, where you can relax in the deepest Lake on Fraser Island. After a dip, you’ll head out on a short walk to the lookout point for a stunning view. To cap things off, you’ll head to the Kingfisher Bay Resort, where you can relax and have a nice sunset drink before boarding the barge back to Hervey Bay.

Gold Coast: Private Winery Tour in a New Luxury Vehicle

9. Gold Coast: Private Winery Tour in a New Luxury Vehicle

Taste some of Queensland’s best wines and products on this private tour of award-winning wineries in Tamborine Mountain. Take off from the Gold Coast and enjoy scenic views on the way to several family-owned, child-friendly boutique wineries. Taste cheese, fudge, and enjoy a two-course lunch. Enjoy a pickup service before setting out on an unforgettable journey around Mount Tamborine, located within the Gold Coast Hinterland. Indulge in the best food, wine, and adventures that the Gold Coast and South East Queensland have to offer. Tantalize your tastebuds with guided tastings at the Hampton Estate Winery, Witches Falls Winery, Cedar Creek Estate Winery, and Tamborine Mountain Distillery. Enjoy a two-course lunch at an award-winning restaurant and stop at a lookout with views across the Scenic Rim. Later, stroll along Gallery Walk and shop locally made gifts, clothing, antiques, and quirky collectibles.

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What people are saying about Queensland

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 20 reviews

Spent an amazing day being chaperoned by local guides around Moreton Island. From the description and cost, I imagined a more curated and private experience but as it was (older bus and public ferry) it was still a great time. We chose this tour because it offered the most activities in one day, and the day is full and definitely keeps you moving. The guides were professional and friendly but don't be expecting too much educational input. I would do it again in a heartbeat. Moreton island and lagoon is very beautiful.

Very relaxing bus trip to docks - Chris was excellent - very welcoming - outlined what the day was going to look like. Nice smooth ferry ride to Moreton Island. Activities include snorkelling, kayaking, 4wd trip to sand dunes for tobogganing - absolute great fun had by my wife and I Would highly recommend this activity.

A fantastic day with two very experienced, knowledgeable and personable guides. I learnt so much about this incredible place. I will definitely be back for a longer stay. I’d you only have time for a day trip, I fully recommend this company. So grateful for my birthday treat to myself x

I enjoyed some much the adventurous tour. The places around Moreton Island are so beautiful. The tourist guys were super friendly. Special thanks to Chris who found my GoPro, lost in the ocean somewhere around Moreton Island, after 12 days. Incredible honest guy

It was so fun! Although it would’ve been better if the weather wasn’t bad. The tour guides were very nice and approachable.