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Kayak with Dolphins and 4WD Great Beach Drive Day Trip from Noosa

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
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Kayak with Dolphins and 4WD Great Beach Drive Day Trip from Noosa
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Kayak with Dolphins and 4WD Great Beach Drive Day Trip from Noosa
USD 93.57
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.
What to Expect
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.
Reviews (35)
1 - 5 of 32 reviews
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
What an adventure!!!

Such an amazing day that I surprised my partner with for his birthday! We saw mother and calf humpback whales swim right passed us in our kayak! It’s was incredible. Vince was a awesome guide and full of local knowledge! I learnt so much! And...More

Thank Kellie N
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Great half-day adventure

Vince was a lovely, knowledgeable and engaging guide, and we had whales (mother and calf) surface right next to where we were kayaking! We capsized our kayak on the open ocean (our fault - they're very stable), the guides handled it really well. Saw turtles,...More

Thank Vyv R
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Highlight of my Noosa trip

The north coast past the Noosa ferry is a hidden gem. It was a real eye opener for me to experience this tour and be driven along the magnificent beach that forms the southern half of the Great Sandy National Park between Noosa and Rainbow...More

Thank joe321cba
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
"Drive, Paddle, Float"

An afternoon start from our pick up point @ Noosa Heads, we head towards the Noosa North Shore were the sand hwy awaits. The trip along the shore line with the waves braking on your right and the changing dune's on your left you keep...More

Thank Andrew W
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Fantastic Tour

Dear Epic Ocean Adventures team, I really enjoyed the half day tour from Noosa with you! The 4WD was fun and even our guide Legend was the best! For me it was the first time ever on a kayak and even if the conditions were...More

1  Thank Friederike F
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Shawn G
3 October 2018|
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Response from Andrew W | Reviewed this property |
We checked out the Whale season and weather forecast before we booked. Whales still travel through the area but you are more likely to see them on the horizon rather then up close. As to dolphins, they come in close and if... More
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cmeloche
24 September 2018|
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Response from szy478 | Reviewed this property |
I’m pretty sure there’s dolphins all year round. It’s the whales that are seasonal.
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ksprague2018
21 August 2018|
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Response from bucknall2012 | Reviewed this property |
Hiya, I am just a traveller who went on the tour you can book at the epic ocean adventure website. If you search for them on google you should fine them. I hope you have a great time! Laila 🙏🏼
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