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Aquavue Cafe Watersports

Torquay,

Indicative Rate * AU$10 to AU$430

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

Relax with award winning coffee or a meal by the sea. Need adventure? Take a Jet Ski guided 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

  • Free Wifi

Depot Locations


Aquavue Cafe Watersports
Address:
Opposite 415 Esplanade
Torquay
Queensland, Australia 4655

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.

Our Hire

Aquavue is also an ABC Boating College provider. Regular courses are run on site, for both Boat and Jet Ski Licences. Friendly, professional staff will guide you through the course.

Hit the water and feel the adrenalin surge as you race across the waters of Hervey Bay on one of our thrill machines. They supply all safety gear and no marine license is necessary. Jet ski hire is available for as little as 15 minutes.

Sail out into the bay and enjoy life at a slower pace. You’ll be able to experience the marine life that make Hervey Bay so fascinating yet are rarely seen by those who stay on the beach. All safety gear is supplied.

It's fun for the whole family and there are lots of thrills and spills as you're towed across the water behind one of their powerful jet skis. All safety gear is provided and the towing crew are experienced professionals. Hire for a minimum of three people starts at AUD45 for 15 minutes (AUD15 per person).

Have a ball on the volleyball court – free to customers.

Take your fun at a slower pace with some of their other great beach hire equipment and kayak tours.

Fun for the whole family - with around 17 kilometres of bikeway along the foreshores of Hervey Bay there's plenty to see on one of these neat, fun machines. Comfortably seating three people, their Cruiser Bikes are very popular!

Take your fun at a slower pace with some of their other great beach hire equipment, including snorkelling equipment.

Choose from three great Jet Ski Tours available! Their Guides will take you on your choice of a one hour Mystery Tour, a one and a half hour Moon Point Safari or a two and a half hour Fraser Island Tour. Hit the waves at full throttle and live life large!

Take your fun at a slower pace with some of their other great beach hire equipment and kayak tours.

Recreational Boat and PWC Licensing through the Australian Boating College. So step out of the hustle and bustle of the Esplanade at Torquay, Hervey Bay and into their world there at Aquavue Cafewatersports.

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