Caloundra Jet Ski

Multiple Locations

Caloundra Jet Ski is Queensland's Sunshine Coast's premier jetski experience.

Operating in the Pumicestone Passage and Moreton Bay Marine Parks, Caloundra Jetski is a water based safari company offering fast paced tours of nature, wildlife and ancient volcanoes aboard clean green fun machines.

Unlike other eco-adventures, you're in charge! You get to the do the driving! The chief guide and instructor Ken will show you how to ride and then take you on the trip of your choice - anything from a gentle 50 minute ride, through to a half day Epic. There's a 60 minute adrenalin infused Bribie Blast and a 90 minute Glasshouse Twister which takes you deep into the marine park - home to turtles, dolphins, dugongs and over 300 different types of migratory and wading birds.

Caloundra Jetski is a bit like having a friend who can teach you to ride, who knows Pumicestone Passage, knows where the sand bars are and if you’re curious, can tell you what makes this marine park tick. It’s more than an adrenalin blast, it’s more than an eco adventure. It's an experience!

Facilities

  • Car park

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.

Our Tours

Bribie Blast

A 30 kilometre free wheeling adrenaline blast along the western bank of Bribie Island to historic Lighthouse Reach - a hideaway where locals go for high speed adventure. On this trip, they administer just the right dose of adrenaline to suit you. Learn about this area's unique history and its extraordinary geological links with the volcanoes of the Glasshouse Mountains.

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$190 $190
Glasshouse Twister

Their most popular! Combine the thrills of the Bribie Blast with an eco-adventure taking you deep into the Marine Park, twisting and sliding your skis through 50 kilometres of a mangrove lined channel. Look out for marine turtles, dolphins, dugongs and 300 species of wading and migratory birds which fly around the world to spend a few months here. They get you there and back in 90 minutes. A jet ski ride for nature lovers!.

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$260 $260
Sunshine Coast Jetski Epic

A full on three and a half hour trip riding the entire length of Pumicestone Passage with stops at Lighthouse Reach, the Glasshouse Mountains and the seaside villages of Donnybrook, Toorbul and a refreshment break at Sandstone Point. Included in the price water and snacks for the trip and a meal at Sandbar Cafe overlooking Pumicestone Passage on your return to Caloundra. Full of surprises!

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$420 $420
City Explorer

This is the gentle alternative – a laid back, relaxed chance to see Caloundra city from the water on a clean green fun machine. Leaving from the Power Boat Club boat ramps at Golden Beach, learn how to handle a jetski at low and high speed, ski along the western bank of Bribie Island, across Pumicestone Passage and promenade along the Esplanade in downtown Caloundra. Return to Golden Beach.

Dur: 40 mins

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$130 $130

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Thulimbah

Thulimbah, Southern Downs Area
Straddling the New England Highway at Thulimbah, a range of providores offer specialty items, local produce and meals. Here you're in the thick of 'apple country' - the only place in Queensland with just the right climate and growing conditions for premium apple orchards.

Amiens

Amiens, Southern Downs Area
Heading west along Amiens Road you’ll find an area of post-World War I soldier settlements: Fleurbaix, Bullecourt, Passchendaele, Bapaume, Messines and Pozieres. Along this drive route are also many fine wineries.

Glenlyon Dam

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Glenlyon Dam is ideal for wildlife viewing and many water sports including skiing, sailing and fishing. Fish species in the dam include Golden Perch, Murray Cod, Silver Perch, Jew and Spangled Perch. Camping sites, cabins and caravans are available at the Glenlyon Dam Tourist Park located at the waters edge.

Sundown National Park

Stanthorpe, Southern Downs Area
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Eukey, Southern Downs Area
Originally called Paddock Swamp, a discovery of tin in the late 1800s meant Eukey was once a mining area. Today Eukey is a pleasant rural locality on the Granite Belt near Stanthorpe. From Eukey you can visit many award winning wineries to taste boutique vintages direct from the cellar door.

Donnellys Castle

Pozieres, Southern Downs Area
Free Entry
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The Summit

The Summit, Southern Downs Area
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Severnlea

Severnlea,
Just south of Stanthorpe, the Granite Belt village of Severnlea is a centre for commercial fruit production and also topaz fossicking. Venture down the various byways to discover fruit stalls stocking seasonal stone fruits and berries from November to March.

Quart Pot Creek, Stanthorpe

Stanthorpe, Southern Downs Area
Free Entry
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Stanthorpe

Stanthorpe, Southern Downs Area
At the heart of the Granite Belt, Stanthorpe gives easy access to big sky panoramas, spectacular countryside dotted with precariously balancing prehistoric granite boulders and a generally cooler, temperate climate (there’s even an occasional winter snow-fall!
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