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1770 Coastline Tour by LARC Amphibious Vehicle Including Picnic Lunch
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1770 Coastline Tour by LARC Amphibious Vehicle Including Picnic Lunch

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Discover the scenic coastline around 1770 by land and sea, on-board a LARC Amphibious Vehicle. Explore the beautiful beaches and woodland trails of the Eurimbula National Park, tuck into a picnic lunch with views of Bustard Bay, and look out for wildlife including kangaroos, dolphins, white bellied sea eagles, and brahminy kite.
USD 66.84 per adult
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janita_48 wrote a review 14 Jan.
Cairns, Australia88 contributions39 helpful votes
What a beautiful walk - did the walk with my young son and it was so beautiful. We both enjoyed it - and it’s really well done. Would recommend if you are in town to do the walk
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Date of experience: January 2021
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PHNZAURN2003 wrote a review 12 Jan.
Queensland, Australia16 contributions2 helpful votes
nice location for photoshoot not recommended when wet, can be slippery Not to be missed when in 1770
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Liv B wrote a review 3 Jan.
Brisbane, Australia5 contributions
An easy ~500m loop through surprisingly gorgeous forest. Feels like a fairy wonderland hopping over the stumps. We did the walk twice for the hell of it.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Boobs68 wrote a review 3 Jan.
Agnes Water, Australia106 contributions21 helpful votes
Once again...its for those who are about to walk. People with some disabilities & in wheel chairs totally forgotten. Parents with prams forget it. Time to cater for everyone.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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FlightfanExplorers wrote a review Dec. 2020
Brisbane, Australia180 contributions164 helpful votes
It's only a 400 metre walk, but stunning scenery - well worth a visit! The board walk and stepping stones added a fun element to the walk.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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