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image alt Activities Self-Guided Water-Bike Tour

The lower reaches of the Noosa River is a diverse waterway that includes breathtaking national parks, quirky jetties and opulent waterfront houses. This tour will provide you with the opportunity to experience a bit of each, as you take the world's most efficient water bike for a ride around this amazing water way.


Taking your abilities and the environmental conditions at the time into account, you'll head out to explore the river and have some fun. The first thing you'll notice is the huge array of birdlife. Hundreds of Pelicans call this river home, and you'll be sure to gently cycle past a few within minutes. Keep your eyes open for the majestic White Bellied Sea Eagles and Brahminy Kites overhead, or the Great Egret silently fishing in the shallows.


The first part of your tour will take you passed Noosaville's iconic jetty strip. You can take in the relaxed atmosphere and appreciate the beautiful parklands, clean beaches, unique jetties and quirky houseboats. There's plenty to do along this strip, and seeing it from the water is the best way to do it. Next you'll cross the river to the north shore where water-front homes give way to a wild national park that is home to mangrove systems, paper bark forests and towering eucalyptus trees. This is a great place to try and spot wildlife, as you search the shallows for sting rays and schools of fish ,and look into the bush for birds and kangaroos.


From here you really get to explore and tailor the tour to how you want. You can navigate your way between the sand banks and enter a stunning natural area called the Frying Pan. You may wish to continue further toward the river mouth, or you may choose to pull the bike up onto a secluded beach and stop for a swim and some refreshments. The water is clear, warm, and refreshing toward the river mouth, and can be enjoyed year round.

Once you've recharged and are ready to head back, simply jump on your bike and head back to the jetty where the tour began.

image alt Activities Half-Day Craft Beer Tour

Sit back and relax as your knowledgeable tour guide takes you on a craft beer journey through a range of beer types, such as lagers, pale ales, IPAs, saisons, stouts, porters, and everything in-between. If you’re lucky, the brewers might even let you taste an upcoming release straight from the fermenters.

The first stop on this half-day craft beer tour is either Heads of Noosa or Boiling Pot Brewing to take a look at how beer is actually made. Sample a range of beers while you touch, taste, and smell the fresh ingredients used to make beer.

Afterwards, the tour goes to Land and Sea Brewery to check out their beautiful venue and tasting room for more fresh beers and a tour of the brew house. While here, enjoy a tasty lunch to complement a tasting paddle of freshly brewed beer.

From there, head to the historic town of Eumundi, the home of Eumundi Brewery which has been recently been constructed inside the Imperial Hotel. Sample their range of core and seasonal beers and take in some history of the Eumundi brand and historic hotel.

Your last stop is Copperhead Restaurant and Brewery in the town of Cooroy on the outskirts of Noosa. Grab a tasting paddle from their range of twelve beers and take a look at their micro-brewery set up, which is vastly different to other breweries on the Noosa brewery tour.

image alt Activities 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.

image alt Activities Noosa in a Day Tour

This Noosa in a day tour is a must to have on your itinerary. Travel to Noosa, stopping at Point Perry lookout for stunning coastal views of Mt Coolum and the Coolum shoreline. Your next stop will be Hastings Street, where you will enjoy 90 minutes’ free time to explore Noosa Main Beach, grab a coffee, browse the many shops, or take a walk to Noosa National Park.


After Hastings Street, you will take a 45-minute ride on the Noosa Ferry up the Noosa River to Tewantin for an appetising two-course​ lunch on the river. The Noosa Ferry will allow you to enjoy the passing scenery in a laid-back manner.


If you’re a foodie, you’re in for a treat as the two course lunch with a glass of wine or beer is at one of Noosa’s most highly rated restaurants, Pier 11 - located at the Noosa Marina overlooking the Noosa River. On the way back to your accommodation, you will stop at Laguna Lookout to take in the views of Noosa and Noosa River.

image alt Activities 1-Day Fraser Island Warrior Tour

Start the day from the convenient meeting point in Noosa or with a courtesy pickup from selected hotels and travel through the Cooloola Recreation Area as you make your way towards Fraser Island. After a quick stop in Rainbow Beach, take the ferry from Inskip Point over to the island and drive along the beach to a freshwater creek where you’ll enjoy morning tea with a view. 


Then, it’s time to make your way through the inland tracks over to Lake McKenzie, a highlight for many due to the beautiful white sandy beach and perfectly blue waters. Cool off with a swim, enjoy some wonderful photo opportunities, or relax on the beach before tucking into an authentic Aussie picnic-style lunch. 


After lunch, walk through the ancient Rainforest of Central Station and Pile Valley, home to many unique and interesting species. Wander alongside the crystal clear Wanggoolba Creek as you take in the sights and smells of the rainforest. It's then time to start making your way back towards Noosa with another drive down the beach highway and a brief stopover in Rainbow Beach.