Noosa Horse Riding

Multiple Locations

Take the opportunity to go riding on Lake Weyba just 10 minutes from Noosa part of the beautiful Noosa River System, part of the Great Sandy National Park, Southern Gateway to World Heritage listed Fraser Island. One of the only horse riding destinations on the Sunshine Coast.

Throughout your ride enjoy views to the famous Noosa Heads south to Sunshine Beach and down to Perigian Beach and Noosa National Park,

Take advantage of this wonderful opportunity to ride in famous Sunshine Coast horse riding destination. If you have always wanted to go horse riding with a difference this is it. They can organize a memorable adventure for you, your family and friends with their beautifully schooled horses and their friendly experienced tour guides. They do offer private rides as well should it be a special occasion for example marriage proposals, birthdays, wedding anniversary whatever the occasion we cater for it.

Other than their beach rides they offer fantastic hinterland rides through the Noosa Trail Network exploring the tropical state forests, offering great views to the Eastern Beaches, Lakes and Noosa River.

Not just a horse ride its an experience come along and enjoy the freedom

Activities

  • Horseriding

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

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Noosa Horse Riding

Take the opportunity to go riding on Lake Weyba just 10 minutes from Noosa, part of the beautiful Noosa River System, part of the Great Sandy National Park, Southern Gateway to World Heritage listed Fraser Island. One of the only horse riding destinations on the Sunshine Coast. Take advantage of this wonderful opportunity to ride in and around Lake Weyba, a famous Sunshine Coast horse riding destination.

If you have always wanted to go horse riding with a difference get in touch. They can organise a memorable adventure for you, your family and friends with their beautifully schooled horses and their friendly experienced tour guides. They do offer private rides as well should it be a special occasion.

Other than their beach rides they offer fantastic hinterland rides through the Noosa Trail Network exploring the tropical state forests, offering great views to the Eastern Beaches, Lakes and Noosa River.

Don’t forget to bring your camera as there is always time to stop and get some great photos of your Noosa Riding Adventure.

Indicative rates

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$45 $140

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