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Straddie Kingfisher Tours - Half Day Four Wheel Drive Eco Tour

Tour 5 Guy Crescent, North Stradbroke Island

Phone: 3409 9502

Description

This tour gives you a glimpse of the best vantage spots on the Island. More for the time conscience people. You will be picked from your Island accommodation (or water taxi terminal in Dunwich if you are coming from Cleveland).

You drive the full circle of the Northern section of the Island to get to know first-hand all the best vantage points. This includes the beaches and bush tracks.

During the drive around, they'll stop off for a "Cuppa" and some "Aussie Damper" at an ideal location or when you are thirsty or hungry.

Drive through the Blue Lake National Park to Main Beach. Stop on Main Beach for photos and "Wildlife Watching".

From June to November, they can spot the majestic Humpback Whales from this beach. Then head to Point Lookout for a toilet stop and then onto Flinders Beach. They drive along the beach to Amity Point where there are a couple of resident Koalas to photograph.

Learn about the history at Amity and then head back to your Island accommodation or water taxi terminal in Dunwich about three to three and a half hours later.

Tours

Half Day Four Wheel Drive Eco Tour

This tour gives you a glimpse of the best vantage spots on the Island. More for the time conscience people. You will be picked from your Island accommodation (or water taxi terminal in Dunwich if you are coming from Cleveland).

You drive the full circle of the Northern section of the Island to get to know first hand all the best vantage points. This includes the beaches and bush tracks.

During the drive around they'll stop off for a "Cuppa" and some "Aussie Damper" at an ideal location or when you are thirsty or hungry.

Drive through the Blue Lake National Park to Main Beach. Stop on Main Beach for photos and "Wildlife Watching".

From June to November they can spot the majestic Humpback Whales from this beach. Then head to Point Lookout for a toilet stop and then onto Flinders Beach. They drive along the beach to Amity Point where there are a couple of resident Koalas to photograph.

Learn about the history at Amity and then head back to your Island accommodation or water taxi terminal in Dunwich about three to three and a half hours later.

This rate is a per person rate.