Straddie Adventures

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Discover Adventures on Straddie with a Cultural twist.

"Straddie Adventures", specialise in Authentic Aboriginal Kulcha Experience. Bay Kayaking and Sand Boarding. Their business is owned and operated by 1st Nations People (Family) of Quandamooka who live on North Stradbroke Island. They will take you on an experience into territory known as "Quandamooka", sharing, demonstrating and teaching their Aboriginal Kulcha passed on through the generations.

North Stradbroke Island has plenty to offer the adventurous visitor of all ages.

Guided bay kayaking tours: Explore the waters off Straddie on a single or two person kayak. Keep an eye out for dolphins, turtles, fish, other sea creatures and wildlife. They specialise in Aboriginal Cultural Adventure Experience Tours.

Sandboarding: "Snowboarding Queensland Style" - Grab a custom designed board, some wax and slide the slopes, sit, stand or lie down. Two hours of extreme fun and laughter for all ages.

Contact them for a unique Aboriginal Experience on your next Straddie holiday, group tours or school groups.

Bookings essential. No experience required – just a sense of fun and adventure!

Our Tours

Sandboarding

Sandboarding on Beautiful North Stradbroke Island with Quandamooka First Nations People the "Jones Family".

Grab a board,some wax and slide the sandy slopes. Two hours of extreme fun and laughter for all ages.

This Sandboarding tour is for the adventurous visitor of all ages. They will travel about five to ten minutes from Cylinder Beach pick up point to location.

Kayaking Adventure

Explore the pristine waters of "Quandamooka" off Straddie. Bay Kayaking from Ideal locations.

The Kayaking Adventures, Departure locations. 1 Mile or Myora depending on winds. You will have one or two tour guides for the adventure. Opportunity to see Turtles, Stingrays, Birds and other sea creatures and wildlife.

Brown Lake Tours. Enjoy a scenic, quiet and relaxing environment while kayaking. Brown Lake is approximately 3.5 kilometres in an easterly direction from Dunwich via Alfred Martin Way. The Lake is a perched lake containing tannin-stained water from the leaves of surrounding paperbarks and tea trees, as well as the organic matter on its floor.

Kayak Kulcha Experience -Tour With a Cultural Twist

They specialise in Authentic Aboriginal Cultural Experience Tours.

Their Family Lore, they educate, demonstrate and you participate along the way leaning as they go. You get a handmade spear to step into their shoes for a couple of hours, having a go at spearing something to eat. Once they have finished the Kayak Kulcha Experience they invite you back to theirs to continue sharing knowledge, customs and traditions of their family.

Also an opportunity to see Turtles, Stingrays, Birds and other sea creatures and wildlife.

The 1st Nation Family of Quandamooka will guide you on this Kayak Kulcha Experience.
The Kayak Kulcha Experience, departure locations 1 Mile or Myora depending on winds. You will have two or more tour guides for the Kayak Kulcha Experience.

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Entrance Bommie Dive Site

Lady Musgrave Island, Gladstone Area
Free Entry
Located at the entrance to Lady Musgrave Island lagoon, Entrance Bommie is a large blade of coral sitting in 22 metres of water. This elongated bommie is riddled with ledges and caves, which are usually overflowing with baitfish.

Musgrave Channel

Lady Musgrave Island, Gladstone Area
For those after a fast-paced drift dive at Lady Musgrave Island then try a dive through the Musgrave Channel. Best done on the incoming tide, so you end up in the lagoon, this channel is a sensational dive and only 13 metres deep.

Lady Musgrave Island Dive Sites

Bundaberg, Bundaberg Area
Free Entry
Lady Musgrave Island on the Great Barrier Reef is accessible from either Bundaberg or the Town of 1770. This 44 acre coral cay sits in a lagoon of approximately 3,000 acres with 14 world class dive sites:

Lady Musgrave Island

Lady Musgrave Island, Gladstone Area
An underwater oasis is waiting to be discovered as you pop on your snorkel and mask to reveal one of the Great Barrier Reef's biggest swimming pools at Lady Musgrave Island. The protected lagoon is truly unique on this coral cay island, where you can play castaway on a bare-bones camping adventure or hop aboard a luxury vessel and visit in star worthy style.

Maori Wrasse Bommie Dive Site

Lady Elliot Island, Bundaberg Area
Free Entry
Maori Wrasse Bommie off Lady Elliot Island is named after the family of Maori wrasse that call the area home. The site is located 14 to 18 metres beneath the surface and is ideal for intermediate divers looking to explore – reef sharks can often be spotted patrolling the reef wall and arches near the bommie, and just north of the wall is Spiders Ledge, named for the number of shells that decorate the outcrop.

Spiders Ledge

Lady Elliot Island,
Spiders Ledge is a good place to see sharks at Lady Elliot Island. The reef at this site slopes from 8 metres to 25 metres and is cut by a series of gutters and ledges. Pretty corals and abundant reef fish are found at the site, as are turtles and schools of pelagic fish.

Three Pyramids

Lady Elliot Island, Bundaberg Area
The Three Pyramids is a collection of three coral bommies on the sheltered western side of Lady Elliot Island. Rising from the sand in depths from 20m, these coral heads attract a great variety of marine life, with each one home to a good population of reef fish and invertebrates.

Lighthouse Bommies Dive Site

Lady Elliot Island, Bundaberg Area
Free Entry
Just off the western side of Lady Elliot Island is a group of small coral outcrops known as Lighthouse Bommies. Descend down the mooring line and drift onto the bommies to discover a vast array of marine life - batfish, stingrays, white-spotted shovelnose rays, green and loggerhead turtles, sea snakes, moray eels, coral trout, reef sharks, trevally, barracuda, and manta rays waiting to be groomed by cleaner wrasse.

Musgrave Dropoff

Lady Musgrave Island, Gladstone Area
On the southern side of Lady Musgrave Island the reef edge drops from 10 metres to 25 metres and forms an amazing wall of coral. Often simply called Musgrave Dropoff, this extensive wall is rarely dived, but you can jump in anywhere along its length and have a great dive.

Second Reef Dive Site

Lady Elliot Island,
Free Entry
Located off the western side of Lady Elliot Island, Second Reef is a long ridge of coral that varies in depth from 2 to 12 metres. Lovely hard corals feature on this reef, but with many ledges and caves to explore it is always a fascinating dive.
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