Townsville WaterSports

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Townsville WaterSports is a Jet Ski hire and drive company that provide tours of Cleveland Bay, The Strand and Cape Pallarenda. They also provide supervised Jet Ski hirefrom the Townsville Strand.

​Growing up in North Queensland Nick, your guide, has had the chance to see and experience some of the most amazing places, from secluded fresh water swimming holes nestled in the mountain rainforests that surround the region, to incredible white coral sand beaches on remote islands hidden amongst the Palm Island group.

After traveling to destinations like Fiji and the Hawaiian Islands, ​Nick came to the realisation that his own backyard was a world beating destination. This is what has driven him to piece together the Cleveland Bay and Townsville Strand - Cape Pallarenda guided Jet Ski tours.

From the comfort of a Personal Water Craft, Townsville WaterSports will give you a front row seat to this natural wonder.

Our Tours

Cleveland Bay Tour

​What drives people to go further, to push their limits?

The hunger for adventure and the passion to discover what others haven't. Townsville WaterSports wants to share with you the hidden gem that is Cleveland Bay.

​Inaccessible by land, with no connecting roads, this largely untouched natural wonder will make you feel the vastness of its beauty. Cut off from civilisation you would be forgiven for thinking you're a world away.

​Cleveland Bay is home to some amazing marine life. While riding your Jet Ski you may encounter species such as Sea Turtles, Dugongs, Porpoises and Dolphins. Whales can also be spotted in the cooler months as they migrate past Cape Cleveland.

Cape Cleveland is home to Townsville's first Lighthouse, built in 1879. and is still standing to this day, thanks to a recent full restoration.

Set foot on unspoiled private beaches and enjoy an early lunch, with drinks, gourmet deli rolls and wraps provided.

Prices are per Jet Ski with a maximum of two persons per Jet Ski. Tours leaving daily with weather permitting.

Bookings essential.

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