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Itinerary
After meeting your guide at the designated location in Noosa Heads or Noosaville, settle into your comfortable 4-wheel drive vehicle for the scenic drive to Teewah Beach via the Noosa North Shore ferry.

When your vehicle disembarks from the ferry, prepare for a thrilling ride along Great Beach Drive. Take in views of the coast and the colorful sandstone cliffs along the way.

Arrive at the pristine paradise of Double Island Point, a gorgeous headland with a variety of marine life. There, your guide provides kayaking equipment and instruction before you set out on a guided kayak tour. Keep an eye out for bottlenose dolphins, migrating whales (seasonal), turtles, rays, migrating birds, and soldier crabs. From the water, you also get a great perspective on Double Island Point Lighthouse.

Relax on the return trip along Great Beach Drive to Noosa.
Locations visited
Double Island Point Lighthouse
Epic Ocean Adventures
Overview
Go kayaking with dolphins and 4-wheeling on the beach during a 6-hour tour on the Sunshine Coast, just 1.5 hours north of Brisbane. Visit a National Park location that is only accessible by 4WD vehicle, and kayak around Double Island Point looking for dolphins, migrating whales, turtles, rays and more. Includes kayak equipment and instruction, light refreshments, and transportation by 4WD and ferry.
Highlights
  • 6-hour Sunshine Coast 4WD and kayak tour, from Noosa
  • Cruise down sandy beaches that can only be accessed by 4WD-vehicle
  • Look for dolphins, whales, and other marine life while kayaking from Double Island Point
  • Snack on light refreshments provided by your guide
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Reviewed 3 days ago
Epic for sure!

Vince was our guide and he made our trip a great adventure. After his hilarious introduction and flight attendent like 'safety instructions', we flew over the beach with his 4WD and expreienced some 'turbulation'. After a 65 Km exiting drive over the beach we entered...More

Thank Marco-Marjolein
Reviewed 5 days ago
Breathtaking experience - absolutely awesome

Definitely in the Top 3 of our Australia vacation and strongly recommended to do. We were sitting with the kayak's at Double Island point and one whale after the other was coming down the beach and just passing us a few meters away. An incredible...More

Thank Britta_Family
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Epic!

What a ripper day out! Friendly staff, great tunes, awesome drive along the beach. Who new something so adventurous could be so relaxing?! Saw a ton of dolphins up close, you must do this trip :)

Thank Jackson F
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Epic beach drive....

After searching trip advisor for a more intimate trip to do while in Noosa we found Epic Ocean adventures. The process of booking was so easy. The whole trip was epic. From pick up with Vince and his epic beach drive soundtrack he drove us...More

Thank bucknall2012
Reviewed 1 week ago
Great trip and got to see them all!!

We had a super day with Vince, out tour guide. This guy is awesome, best ever. Picke dus up a bit late ;-), but made up for this along the way to Rainbow beach. Very knowledgeable and very keen on seeing dophins, whales and wildlife....More

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Stuart L
8 July 2018|
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Response from Tyron v | Property representative |
Hi Stuart, We have many Bottlenose dolphins living in the Marine Park. We often see them catching fish and playing in the waves. October is a very good month for the chance to see them and also Humpback whales! Hope to see... More
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Fran V
12 June 2018|
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Response from Tyron v | Property representative |
Hi Fran, Absolutely suitable! This tour takes you on a causal guided paddle and the kayaks are very stable and easy to use. Hope to see you soon :)
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