Watersports Guru

Watersports Guru have taken thousands of guests on a wonderful journey to discover the fun and splendour of the oceans. Snorkelling with the turtles at Cook Island, whale watching on the Tweed Coast, kayaking and stand up paddle boarding on Cudgen Creek Kingscliff, learning to surf, or showing people the beauty of the underwater world through scuba diving. Their experiences have been unforgettable.

Watersports Guru will share their knowledge and craft to teach you about the wonderful marine playground that surrounds you. They have given each guest memories to last a lifetime.

Let Watersports Guru take you and "Discover the Fun".

Facilities

  • Car park

Our tours

Stand Up Paddle Boarding

Stand Up Paddle Boarding (SUP) has taken off in a huge way, and no wonder, it's awesome. If you have tried surfing then this will be next on your bucket list.

Watersports Guru offer basic beginner lessons on a flat water creek or river through to more advanced lessons where they teach you how to surf in the ocean.

All lessons work around the following basic fundamentals: the effects of tide, wind and waves; safety and etiquette; types of equipment; carrying your equipment; paddling techniques; turning techniques; best balance positioning on the board; stand up technique.

All SUP equipment supplied (board, paddle).

Stand Up Paddle Board hire also available.

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$20 $40

A 15 minute boat ride will have you cruising past some of the most beautiful beaches Australia has to offer and you may well even encounter a pod of dolphins along the way.

Cook Island is famous for its large population of green turtles, and the clown fish are always happy to pose for a photo.

Once at Cook Island you will enjoy a mix of colourful hard and soft corals, tropical fish and Nemo! And don't forget the turtles!

Whether you're snorkeling by yourself or with the family, Watersports Guru would love to share with you an experience of a lifetime. This is one for the bucket list!

Please bring your togs and towel. No experience needed.

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$89 $99

Explore the beautiful waterways of the Cudgen Creek as you take a relaxing 90 minute tour through this pristine National Park and explore its unique flora and fauna. An experienced Kayak instructor will be with you every stroke of the way to show you their favourite spots along the creek including the Osprey nest. A sunset tour for the romantics out there.

Watersports Guru cater for individuals, couples, families, large groups and they love beginners. So why not join a tour and have some fun whilst exploring beautiful Cudgen Creek.

Tours run daily. Pick-ups are available. Participants are encouraged to have certain degree of health and fitness. Children welcome (life jackets available).

What to bring; water, sunscreen, hat, swimmers, shoes.

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$25 $35

The Junior Adventure Gurus program is a 90 minute program is aimed at children seven to 12 years of age and sees them engaging in a number of water and land based activities with focus on water safety, new skills and lots of fun. Stand up paddle, fishing, snorkelling, creek exploration, problem solving challenges, kayaking, nature craft and so much more.

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$45 $50
Learn to Surf

Watersports Guru love teaching people to surf, it's their passion, but as well they feel that it is their duty to educate people about the ocean, environment and water safety. When you take a lesson with Watersports Guru, you will learn about the proper technique of standing up and getting into waves as well how to use your equipment. Whatever your age or experience level, Watersports Guru will teach you to surf with some of the best instructors in the business.

Private and group lessons are offered as well as children's summer camps (September to January). Advanced coaching is available for competitive or non competitive surfers.

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$55 $105

These majestic creatures of the blue make their yearly migration from July to November gracing everyone with their presence while they jump, splash and spray about the ocean. Sometimes you have to wonder who is actually watching who as curious whales get within touching distance of the boat as they stare up at you with that huge eye and sometimes even spray you with their spout.

These gentle giants will leave you with an everlasting memory and one of the greatest experiences you will ever have. Join Watersports Guru to discover the magic of the Humpback Whale.

Tours departs daily from June to November. Light lunch included.

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$60 $85

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Free Entry
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Free Entry
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Armstrong Beach

Armstrong Beach, Mackay Area
Free Entry
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Blacks Beach

Blacks Beach, Mackay Area
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