Tura Charters

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Tura Charters Great Barrier Reef Fishing, Diving and Exploration tours offer 4 to 14 days fishing, diving or exploration tours to the Swain Reefs, Capricorn Bunker Group areas of the Great Barrier Reef or the Shoal-water bay area with its numerous outlying islands and remote and pristine estuaries and natural harbours.

Tura Charters tours are a unique experience joining their luxury charter vessel "Eastern Voyager" and voyaging to one of these remote and spectacular areas. Eastern Voyager departs from the Gladstone Marina on the central Queensland coast on regular voyages, you can enjoy catching some of the amazing coral reef fish species or dive in some of the most unspoilt and remote areas of the Great Barrier Reef.

Tura Charters has a long history of delivering a quality marine touring experience where you can join a group or organise your own group at the time of the year that suits you best.

Gladstone is serviced by daily flights, coach, rail and road and is one of the busiest ports on the Eastern Seaboard.

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Tura Charters MV Eastern Voyager offers the keen angler or explorer the experience and thrill of bottom fishing for Red Emperor, Coral Trout, Cod, Sweet Lip, the excitement of game fishing landing, Wahoo, Mackerel, Tuna and more!! Your catch is filleted and snap frozen ready to take home to the table.

They have five tenders onboard for our guests to utilise (a recreational boat licence is required if you are intending to drive a tender).

Your choices are endless from deep water, reef edge, lure fishing, popping, jigging, spearfishing to snorkelling in some amazing crystal-clear lagoons that these remote areas of the Great Barrier Reef and the Coral Sea have on offer.

The Swain Reefs alone comprises of an area of approximately 6000 square kilometres and has around 1000 separate coral reefs within its boundaries and is approximately 120 nautical miles from the Gladstone Harbour.

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Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area

Springbrook, Gold Coast Area
Free Entry
The Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area is famed for its ongoing geological processes, evolutionary history, and diversity (especially of rare, threatened and endemic species). It is an important refuge for many animals and home to impressive examples of ancient songbirds.

Binna Burra

Binna Burra, Scenic Rim Area
Mutter the words Binna Burra and you are instantly transformed into the Dreamtime among the ancient Aborigines who gave this destination the name of "where the beech tree grows". A little like Alice in Wonderland, you are now down your own rabbit hole, in a World Heritage site, among the Gondwana Rainforest of Australia.

Richmond

Richmond, Mackay Area
Imagine being in a place so diverse, so vast, you feel an indescribable sense of freedom. From the plains of the downs country to the silvery shimmer of the sun shining on the gidgee trees in the forest country, Richmond is often referred to as an oasis in the Outback.

Canungra

Canungra, Scenic Rim Area
It's been the lyrics in a song, an old sawmill, home to a military base and now charming Canungra is coming into its own as a haven for talented artists and craft workers. Just 40 minutes from the Gold Coast, drive over rolling green hills to this lovely country town whose 1880s timber industry heritage remains evident among historic buildings such as St Luke's Church and the Lahey Tramway Tunnel through which visitors can wander.

Mount Surprise

Mount Surprise, Etheridge Area
Mount Surprise is a railway town on the Cairns to Forsayth Railway and is the first town within the Gulf Savannah encountered by visitors approaching from the east. It is a centre for gem fossicking, with quantities of topaz, quartz, spinel, garnet, cairngorm and aquamarine to be found.

Binna Burra, Lamington National Park

Beechmont, Gold Coast Area
Free Entry
Set yourself up in one of the camping areas or nearby accommodation and spend days exploring this magical part of the world. Take short walks or long treks deep into the park’s forest, exploring boulder-strewn mountain streams, dramatic lookouts, rugged cliffs, plunging gorges and secluded, mountain-top camp sites.

Kynuna

Kynuna, McKinlay Area
Kynuna was established in the 1860s and in its early days boasted three hotels. It was a staging post for Cobb and Co Coaches. Today Kynuna has just one hotel, the famous Blue Heeler Hotel which was built in 1889.

Forsayth

Forsayth, Etheridge Area
Sometimes history is more bizarre than fiction. Forsayth was once paved in gold - in a manner of speaking. Part of the Etheridge Goldfield, this area was known as 'Poor Man's Goldfield' as a prospector did not need expensive equipment to search for gold.

Einasleigh

Einasleigh, Etheridge Area
Einasleigh in the 21st century is only a small community - there are no shops however there is a hotel where you can purchase food. You can also top up fuel here or get food from the roadside caravan takeway, under a massive tamarind tree thought to be more than a century old.

Darlington Park

Darlington, Scenic Rim Area
The Albert River is the main character in the story-book setting which is Darlington Park, perched among the foothills of the World Heritage-listed Lamington National Park. Let your travel tale unfold as you camp along the banks of this lovely river, stocked with bass and cod on a catch and release system.
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