Epic Ocean Adventures

Multiple Locations

Epic Ocean Adventures is the leading adventure tour company that offers a range of unique, professional, Australian experiences in a location that is the Sunshine Coast's best kept secret.

Double Island Point is set in the Great Sandy National Park and the only way to this spectacular location is along the Great Beach Drive by four wheel drive. Crystal clear warm water all year round, empty pristine beaches as far as you can see and the famous Rainbow Beach coloured sand cliffs are some of many tour highlights.

Learn to surf on the longest and safest wave in Australia, kayak with dolphins and whales, Learn to stand up paddle on ideal flat water lagoons, kitesurfing lessons and more.

Some of many local wildlife you may see include Bottlenose dolphins, turtles, rays, sea birds, soldier crabs, Humpback whales. The high levels of food and remoteness of this amazing location keep them here day after day.

Epic Ocean Adventures offer half day and day packages, private and corporate bookings, team building and school programs and more. Departing Noosa and Rainbow Beach, Queensland, Australia daily.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Activities

  • Canoeing
  • Surfing

Our tours

Learn to Surf Australia’s Longest Wave and Great Beach Drive Adventure - Noosa day trip

Surf lessons with Epic Ocean Adventures, home of Australia’s longest and safest beginner wave. They take you away from the crowds where you can learn to surf on super fun long waves that will make your progression rewarding and fast. This hidden gem is only accessible by four wheel drive through the Great Sandy National Park and they take you on an exciting beach drive adventure to the spectacular Double Island Point. This location features a long sandy point break with waves that seem to go forever and one of the easiest most satisfying waves you can ever learn to surf on. You could be riding waves for well over hundreds of metres on your first surf lesson.

Learn to surf in waist deep water with friendly instructors that are highly experienced and qualified to get you surfing and having fun in a safe environment. They guarantee that you will stand up on your first surf lesson!

This tour departs beautiful Noosa, Queensland and is located one and a half hours north of Brisbane on the Sunshine Coast. Please allow five to six hours for the tour.

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$120 $120
Dolphin view kayak day tour and Four Wheel Drive beach adventure Noosa

Come on an Epic Ocean Adventure back to nature and into the wild with their Dolphin View Kayak Tour. They take you on a stunning beach drive into the Great Sandy National Park up to the spectacular Double Island Point. This location features scenic views of the coloured sands and Fraser Island, crystal clear waters warm all year round and plenty of different wildlife to see.

Double Island Point is only accessible by four wheel drive, it's away from the crowds and into the heart of the Great Sandy National Park where many of the local and migrating wildlife can be experienced.

Large Bottlenose Dolphin pods, Humpback whales (June to November), turtles, manta rays, sting rays, soldier crabs in their thousands, migrating sea birds are all common there.

They take you on a gentle paddle around the headland taking in the breath taking views and natural surroundings of the area as well as seeing the Double Island Point Lighthouse from a unique view. Bottlenose dolphin pods are seen here often feeding on large schools of fish and are often as curious as they are and can give you an experience of a lifetime!

Day tours depart Noosa daily.

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$129 $129
Dolphin view kayak 3 hour tour and Four Wheel Drive beach adventure Rainbow Beach

Come on an Epic Ocean Adventure back to nature and into the wild with their Dolphin View Kayak Tour. They take you on a stunning beach drive into the Great Sandy National Park up to the spectacular Double Island Point. This location features scenic views of the coloured sands and Fraser Island, crystal clear waters warm all year round and plenty of different wildlife to see.

Double Island Point is only accessible by four wheel drive, it's away from the crowds and into the heart of the Great Sandy National Park where many of the local and migrating wildlife can be experienced.

Large Bottlenose Dolphin pods, Humpback whales (May to November), turtles, manta rays, sting rays, soldier crabs in their thousands, migrating sea birds are all common there.

They take you on a gentle paddle around the headland taking in the breath taking views and natural surroundings of the area as well as seeing the Double Island Point Lighthouse from a unique view. Bottlenose dolphin pods are seen here feeding on large schools of fish and are often as curious as you are and can give you an experience of a lifetime!

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$79 $79
Learn to Surf Australia’s Longest Beginner Wave - 3 hour trip Rainbow Beach

Learn to surf lessons with Epic Ocean Adventures, home of Australia’s longest and safest beginner wave. They take you away from the crowds where you can learn to surf on super fun long waves that will make your progression rewarding and fast. This hidden gem is only accessible by four wheel drive through the Great Sandy National Park and they take you on an exciting beach drive adventure to the spectacular Double Island Point.

This location features a long sandy point break with waves that seem to go forever and one of the easiest most satisfying waves you can ever learn to surf on. You could be riding waves for well over hundreds of metres on your first surf lesson.

Surf Lessons run around low tide each day and departure times do change. Please contact them for specific day departure times. Please allow three hours from departure to return.

Learn to surf in waist deep water with friendly instructors that are highly experienced and qualified to get you surfing and having fun in a safe environment. They guarantee that you will stand up on your first surf lesson!

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$65 $65

Experience the stunning beaches and clearest waters of Double Island on Stand Up Paddle. We will get you exploring this stunning location with super easy skills taught on our basic to intermediate lesson. Waters are warm all year round so come have some fun!

Take it slow and cruise along the pristine shoreline checking out the local wildlife from a very unique view or treat it as a fun solid workout great for core training! Instructors will teach you basic SUP techniques and guide you through the tour.

Their exciting stand up paddle lesson uses Double Island lagoons protected from the wind and waves of the open water. Paddle in a buzzing ecosystem that not only is home to a large number of turtles that feed and rest here but also many other marine life including Bottlenose dolphins, rays, sea birds, fish and crabs.

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$120 $120

Try one of the worlds fastest and most popular fun new sports, Stand Up Paddle! Their many wind protected flat water locations are ideal for learning or for cruising the bays on their SUP lessons and local eco tours.

Double Island Point is a stand up paddling paradise with crystal clear flat water lagoons and a super long beginner right hand break ideal for learners looking to take the next step into the waves. If your already well advanced then why not come and experience this magical place set in the Great Sandy National Park.

Expect to see many of the local wildlife on your beach drive and stand up paddle experience with many turtles often seen in the clear shallows of the pools and sand bars. Rays, bottlenose dolphins, sea birds, whales (in season), soldier crabs in their thousands are all frequent there.

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$65 $65
Full Day Private Tour Double Island and Rainbow Beach

Have the freedom and flexibility to plan an epic adventure with your family and friends on a private personalised day out. Double Island is an aquatic paradise and you can choose which adventure to enjoy for the day. Dolphin view kayaking, stand up paddle lessons, surf lessons, surf trips, kitesurfing or relax and enjoy this spectacular hidden gem.

- Experience unique private Australian beach adventure > four wheel drive vehicle access only and stunning uncrowded beaches.
- Personal experienced tour guide.
- Choose your activity’s for the day.
- Spectacular Rainbow Beach coloured sand cliff tour > all inclusive.
- Barbecue or picnic lunch at a stunning location. (they cater for all diets).
- Lifetime experience - see Australian wildlife in their habitat, in the wild.
- Large pods of dolphins, whales (25000 passed each way last year on migration), turtles, rays, migrating birds, soldier crabs in their thousands are all frequent.
- Beginner friendly equipment and location, 100 per cent safety record.

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$260 $260

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