Too Easy Tours

Multiple Locations

G'day and welcome to Too Easy Tour, if it's fun you're looking for you've come to the right place.

Too Easy Tours cater for all groups, from backpackers looking to see the beautiful coast lines and islands of Australia, couples looking for a romantic day trip, management looking for team day incentives, bucks/hen parties looking for a day time activity before the big night out or people looking for a new adventure to tick off the bucket list; Too Easy has it all.

Too Easy Tours offer a wide range of different packages including hopping from island to island taking in the breathtaking views on the way, whilst dining with our fantastic partner restaurants. They also offer Beach buggy tours, wildlife encounters and sunset tours. It truly is the one stop place for whatever the occasion.

Over the years they have managed to find the best possible places for you to visit to cater for your needs, whether it be a straight line drag race over to the islands for those who like their adrenaline rush or a more relaxed cruise over to the islands to break up the day and enjoy an excellent meal and catch up with friends.

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Our tours

Broadwater Bash

This is a half day Tour of the Gold Coast Broad Water. Blast your way along the sub-tropical shores whilst taking in the incredible views the Australian coastline has to offer.

Weaving your way up close to the beautiful islands, beaches, sandbars and mangroves they head north to start your day with a fully inclusive breakfast banquet at one of South Stradbroke Island’s most popular restaurants.

After breakfast head further north to do a full lap of the broad water and check out the remarkable sand dunes at the tip of South Stradbroke Island. On the way back from the sand dunes they stop off for a fully inclusive lunch and recap on their mornings adventure.

Once they have finished lunch head south to check out one of Australia’s richest Islands before heading over to a popular dive spot where you can partake in snorkelling along the coral reef.

Indicative rates

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$325 $795
Ultimate Broad Water

This is a Full Day Tour of the Gold Coast Broad Water.

Weaving your way up close to the beautiful islands, beaches, sandbars and mangroves we head north to start your day with a fully inclusive breakfast banquet at South Stradbroke.

After breakfast head further north to do a full lap of the broad water and check out the remarkable sand dunes at the tip of South Stradbroke Island.

On the way back from checking out the sand dunes they pull into meet with one of their fantastic Partners to take you out on their beach buggy’s where you will drive along the shoreline of South Stradbroke Island before pulling inn for a spot of sand boarding.

Once they have finished with their Buggy Tour its time for a fully inclusive lunch.

They then head south to check out one of Australia’s richest Islands before heading over to a popular dive spot where you can partake in snorkelling along the coral reef.

Indicative rates

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$325 $795

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The Spit

Main Beach, Gold Coast Area
“The Spit” is the northern most section of the famous Gold Coast stretch of beach incorporating Main Beach and Surfers Paradise all the way south to Coolangatta. As the name suggests, The Spit extends into the seaway and is the gateway between the Gold Coast Broadwater and the open ocean.

Coomera

Coomera, Gold Coast Area
Local Aborigines named this suburb after a fern but these days it could easy be named after fun for you have now entered theme park heaven for which the Gold Coast is renowned. All the big names in entertainment are here including Dreamworld and WhiteWater World, Wet'n'Wild, Warner Bros.

South Stradbroke Island

South Stradbroke Island, Gold Coast Area
Step aside Gilligan. Should you ever find yourself stranded on South Stradbroke Island or 'South Straddie' as the locals like to call her, then you can count your lucky stars. For you are visiting a Gold Coast destination as pretty as Ginger and as down-to-earth as Mary Ann.

Sanctuary Cove

Sanctuary Cove, Gold Coast Area
If you stand along the marina and use a little imagination, you can almost picture the famous Gold Coast white-shoe brigade who put Sanctuary Cove on the map during those crazy, hazy 1980s. While that kind of excess has long departed, the style synonymous with Sanctuary Cove remains in this exclusive master-planned community.

Runaway Bay

Runaway Bay, Gold Coast Area
Escape enthusiasts will adore Runaway Bay and not just for the name. Bracketed by South Stradbroke Island to the east and a colourful canal system to the west, it's simple to see why this northern Gold Coast suburb was originally better known as Angler's Paradise.

Hope Island

Hope Island, Gold Coast Area
You would expect anticipation to be fairly high when travelling to a place called Hope Island and this destination doesn't disappoint. But rather than being named after the positive emotion, it actually borrowed its name from a colonial aristocrat Captain Louis Hope who was granted land at the mouth of the Coomera River in recognition of his sugar industry contributions.

Talinga Retreat

South Stradbroke, Gold Coast Area
Welcome to Talinga Retreat at An Island Hideaway, the Gold Coast's best kept secret. Located at the beautiful National Park bushland of South Stradbroke Island. Host your next event with a difference at their piece of paradise.

Labrador

Labrador, Gold Coast Area
Like a loyal puppy, Labrador has been one of the Gold Coast's mainstays since its hotel was built in 1884. Back in the day, this 15-room hotel complete with three sitting rooms, outhouses and stables, was perfect for the Cobb and Co coach service which transported boat passengers arriving from Brisbane.

Gold Coast Oceanway

Main Beach, Gold Coast Area
Free Entry
Even die-hard Gold Coast fans may not realise this but there is an official section of the coast known as the Gold Coast Oceanway, a 36-kilometre network of pathways which connects The Spit at the north to Point Danger in the south.

Scottish Prince Dive Site

Southport, Gold Coast Area
Free Entry
The Scottish Prince, 800 metres off the Gold Coast’s Southport Spit, features the wreck of a three steel-masted, 64 metre iron barque ship. The Scottish Prince sank as it was sailing from Glasgow, Scotland to Brisbane with a cargo of whiskey, mousetraps, linen and other assorted cargo, with only the hull of the ship remaining.
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