Bushwacker Eco Tours

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Family owned and operated, Bushwacker Eco Tours offers nature based walks and hikes to Southern Queensland's World Heritage Rainforests. Spend a day with their Guides to get an in-depth understanding of these ancient Forests. Their tours are suitable for nature lovers and outdoor people. Day tours and walks are fully guided and consist of small groups. Spectacular waterfalls, lush rainforest, ancient trees, impressive views, exceptional ecological importance and natural beauty, make Springbrook National Park an outstanding World Heritage area to visit.

Bushwacker Eco Tours also offers an amazing look into World Heritage Fraser Island with a small group nature tour. This truly spectacular Island takes you to what many regard as the two most beautiful walks in the world - Lake McKenzie - Central Station Rainforest, and Lake Wabby moving Sand Dunes.

Bushwacker Eco Tours offer a range of one, two and three day packages, and their two day Fraser Island Adventure is one of the cheapest Fraser Island Tours from Brisbane, Sunshine Coast and Surfers Paradise. Fraser Island tours from Byron Bay, Rainbow Beach and Noosa depart daily.

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Dominating the Gold Coast's western skyline, Springbrook's cool forests and mountain streams offer visitors views of impressive landscapes, and walks among subtropical and temperate rainforest, open eucalypt forest and montane heath. Spectacular waterfalls, cascades and tumbling creeks are dominant features in this World Heritage-listed park.

Springbrook National Park covers 3,425 hectares, and is in three sections - Springbrook Plateau, Mount Cougal to the east, and Natural Bridge to the west. The Plateau has many lookouts with fabulous views while Mount Cougal offers an insight into the area’s logging history. Visit Natural Bridge by day to see a unique waterfall.

Spectacular waterfalls, lush rainforest, ancient trees, impressive views, exceptional ecological importance and natural beauty make Springbrook National Park an outstanding World Heritage Area to visit. Bushwacker Eco Tours are suitable for nature lovers and outdoor people. Their day tours and walks are fully guided and consist of small groups.

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$99 $129

Bushwacker Eco Tours offer trips to Fraser Island leaving from Surfers Paradise, Brisbane, Noosa and Rainbow Beach.

Tour includes a two day four wheel drive Fraser Island Tour with guide, Island campsite (all gear included), meals on the island, and pickup and return from Brisbane.

Tour highlights include Lake McKenzie walk to the 'forgotten beach'; Central Station Rainforest boardwalk and Wanggoolba Creek; bonus of Jungle Walk through 'Pile Valley' wildlife paradise; Lake Wabby - moving Sand Dune Walk and Lookout Hike; Eli Creek freshwater wonderland, boardwalk or Eco Beach Hike to Maheno Shipwreck Red Lake and world's largest Lake Boomanjin; Rainbow Beach and Coloured Sands - Hook Point and 75 Mile Beach; camping at Fraser Island Base Camp - start of 'Great Walks on Fraser Island'.

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$289 $299

Moreton Island is the World's third largest sand island of which 98 per cent is a protected National Park. With no sealed roads, four wheel drive is the only mode of transport!

Travelling by four wheel drive along Middle Road, you pass through thick eucalypt forest, featuring beautiful Xanthorrhoea (Grass Trees) up to 250 years old on your way to The Desert, the home of sand boarding.

Sand boarding is awesome fun, high speed and speeds of up to 50 kilometres per hour can be reached. From beginners, young children and families, to the most adventurous adrenalin junkie, The Desert is the perfect place to learn, or fine tune, your sand boarding skills. This open sand dune is shaped every day by winds that form the perfect wave. Make sure you bring your camera to get plenty of impressive shots!

After lunch, enjoy a guided snorkel around the Tangalooma Shipwrecks. With 15 shipwrecks located just 50 metres off the beach, the Tangalooma Shipwrecks are home to one of Queensland’s most diverse marine eco systems. See a huge range of marine life including Butterbrim, blue and orange banded Parrotfish, Big Eye Trevally, Wobbegong, Blue-Tang Surgeonfish (Dory) and Clown Fish (Nemo)!

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$189 $199

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