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Aquavue Cafe Watersports

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Indicative Rate * AU$10.00 to AU$320.00

Aquavue Cafe Watersports is located on the beautiful beach front at Torquay and is the premier Cafe and Watersport hire destination in Hervey Bay.

Relax with award winning coffee or a meal by the sea. Need adventure? Take a Jet Ski eco safari or tour to Fraser Island, Round Island, Big Woody Island, Picnic Island, Duck Island, Moon point and Pelican banks, hire and play on the Kayaks, learn to sail or just hire a catamaran, then go fishing on one of their fishing charters. Land lover? Aquavue has cruiser bikes,single bikes, freecross fitness bikes and beach volleyball.

Aquavue also includes the Australian Boating College for boat and jet ski licences, and they can also arrange tours of Fraser Island and whale watching from the booking office.

There is something for everyone at Aquavue Cafe watersports beachside on the Esplanade.

Internet Access

  • Paid Wifi

Other Information

Accessibility:

Disabled seating and facilities are available including a beach wheelchair.

Children:

Children are welcome.

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Point Vernon

Hervey Bay, Fraser Coast Area
Take in wonderful views across the Pacific Ocean at Hervey Bay's Point Vernon - the largest rocky promontory on the coast between Noosa and Bundaberg. Visit Point Vernon's beautiful Gatakers Bay and explore its esplanade to discover a number of picnic and swimming areas. At The Gables, learn about Hervey Bay's sandy dunes, vegetation and shorebirds from interpretive signs in the park. Spot the resident Ospreys as these stunning birds of prey nest on a dedicated platform. Just off the shoreline at the Gables is a coral reef, popular with snorkellers, where it is possible to see an interesting mix of subtropical and temperate species of hard and soft corals as well as many marine creatures, including stingrays, turtles, squid and several fish species. The best time to enter is one hour either side of low tide. Point Vernon's ESA Park, between Aplin and Flinders streets, has easy access to the beach and exciting tidal rock pools. The playground is protected from the road so it is a great place for parents, and grandparents, to relax as their children play. The park has toilet and barbecue facilities and plenty of off-street parking. Point Vernon is a good starting point for the Hervey Bay Esplanade Trail, which hugs the stunning coastline for over 16km between Gatakers Bay and the Urangan Boat Harbour. Follow the trail and discover interesting facts about our whales, sea creatures and heritage through interpretive signage along the way.

Torquay

Hervey Bay, Fraser Coast Area
Boardwalks, playgrounds, and jetties make Torquay's Esplanade the perfect place for aquatic adventures, picnics and relaxation in Hervey Bay. Stroll along the boardwalk and out on to the Torquay Jetty for great views of the Bay and beyond. The jetty is also a popular fishing spot at all tides. Get active out on the water with the calm stinger-free waters ideal for water sports including skiing, sailing and canoeing. Explore the Torquay precinct with its boutique shops, alfresco dining, hotels and resorts. Play or picnic at Torquay's beachside parks. Referred to by the locals as the 'train' park, Organ Park lets younger kids can have fun on the play train and other playground equipment while the adults can relax in the shaded grassed areas. See a sculpture of the Moha Moha - a mysterious sea creature spoken of in Aboriginal legend. Exercise on the foreshore by following the walk and cycle trail and by using fitness equipment spaced along the pathway through Torquay. Discover an underwater wonderland and dive with the resident dugongs at Torquay Reef. This section of reef is best accessed off the beach from Nielsen Park. From Torquay, walk or cycle along the Hervey Bay Esplanade, which hugs the city's stunning coastline for over 16 kilometres between Gatakers Bay and the Urangan Boat Harbour. Follow the trail and discover interesting facts about our whales, sea creatures and heritage through interpretive signage dotted along the esplanade.
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