1770 Castaway Island Adventure Tours

Multiple Locations

Leave the crowds behind as they transport you onto your own tropical island paradise! They offer several tours to the remote Middle Island for you to experience what the region has to offer.

With only a handful of other adventure seekers and a remote island, why not try your hand at living like a Castaway or Survivor! You will be deposited on a pristine beach where you will be left for three days/two nights or four days /three nights to live like a 'Castaway' or 'Survivor' in a fully set up camp for an adventure of a lifetime. Each camp offers different activities for you to enjoy, like boating, fishing, crabbing, kayaking, sandboarding, exploring, swimming or just laze about. The choice is yours!

It's the ultimate combination of adventure, relaxation and isolation in an amazing piece of paradise!

Our Tours

1770 Castaway Three Day/Two night Island Adventure Tour

With only a handful of other adventure seekers and a remote island, why not try your hand at living like a Castaway!

You will be deposited on a pristine beach where you will be left for three days/two nights to live like a 'Castaway' on an island adventure of a lifetime. The camp is already all set up for you with tents, mattresses, solar lights, USB power, camp kitchen, eskies and a toilet. A camp supervisor remains on site to ensure the smooth running of the camp however you are left to do as you please in this tropical paradise. You can kayak, snorkel, tractor tube, explore caves, find oysters or hike around untouched places. Better still, you can just relax, swim, laze on the beach or enjoy the natural spa bath...the choice is yours!

After a hard day exploring or relaxing, what better way to end it by watching a gorgeous sunset of over the western side of the island whilst enjoying their delicious Castaway camp fire stew! Spend the evening gazing at the bright stars, or surrounded by your new friends around a camp fire singing songs or playing camp fire games.

Indicative rates

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$284 $334
1770 Survivor Three Day/Two Night  Island Adventure Tour

Are you up to the challenge? Leave the crowds behind as they transport you into your own tropical paradise, arriving on the beach where you will be left to be a Survivor!

You are left to "survive" on the island for three days/two nights with only a handful of fellow thrill seekers and an array of native wildlife. The hard work is already done for you with roomy camp tents already setup, mattresses, solar lights, usb power, camp kitchen, eskies and a toilet.

With only a camp supervisor to ensure the smooth running of the tour, there is no-one planning your stay or looking after you...you are free to do as you please and are responsible for your own safety and your own fun! Try kayaking, explore caves, go fishing or crabbing , sand board down 35 metre sand dunes, boating, explore the natural wonders of this isolated island...or better still, just relax, lie back on the beach and do nothing! At the end of a big day, what better way to relax than by watching the glorious sunset over the western side of the island whilst enjoying our famous Survivor camp fire stew!

Indicative rates

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$334 $384

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Ayr, Burdekin Area
Situated on the north side of the mighty Burdekin River, 85 kilometres south of Townsville, the prosperous rural community of Ayr is the main town in the Burdekin Shire. This is prime sugar country, with about 80,000 hectares of land under sugar cane, and an annual production of about 1.

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