Coochie Boat Hire

Coochiemudlo Island,

Indicative Rate * AU$90 to AU$260

Coochie Boat Hire is located on Coochiemudlo Island in Southern Moreton Bay, only 35 kilometres from Brisbane's Central Business District. A short ferry trip from Victoria Point in the Redlands gets you over to one of the smaller islands in the Bay.

Four kilometres of sandy beaches, and a western shore of mangrove forests, Coochiemudlo is a family friendly getaway with lots to discover on land and sea.

Have a fabulous outdoor adventure and book ahead for their self-drive Barbecue Boats and Fishing Tinnies - no boat license needed - available any day of the year!

Dip your line at the recommended fishing spots and encounter turtles, dolphins and even dugongs while you cruise around the island. See Coochiemudlo's rich bird life and enjoy the views of the natural shoreline. Different to the other bay islands, Coochiemudlo has no seafront properties and truly looks like from another time. Don't forget the camera!

On weekends and Queensland School Holidays, they also hire out Kayaks, Pedalboats, SUPs and the original Aussie Aqua Bikes on Main Beach near the playground and public barbecues.

For those preferring to explore Coochiemudlo's quiet streets by bike, they have a fleet of comfortable three-gear cruisers for hire.

Depot Locations


Coochiemudlo Island
Address:
On the Beach
Coochiemudlo Island
Queensland, Australia 4184

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
On the Beach
Coochiemudlo Island,
Queensland
Australia

Our Hire

Bike Hire - Weekends and Queensland School Holidays

You can't get lost on a five square kilometre island but Coochiemudlo's quiet streets are great to explore by bicycle.

A ride around the island usually takes no more than an hour and some of the quirky residential and holiday homes are well worth a sight. Watch out for the thriving birdlife all over Coochiemudlo and enjoy.

Their three speed cruisers are super comfortable to ride for anyone 12 years and older.

​Helmets and a map of Coochie is supplied.

Barbecue Boats - available any day of the year

Cruise casually around Coochiemudlo Island - no boat license needed.
Fun for the whole family and great for fishing, too!

Their Barbecue Boats comfortably take 10 and a maximum of 12 people.
Go and explore Moreton Bay in their self-drive Barbecue Boats / Barbecue Party Pontoons.

Included are:
Ziegler and Brown Twin Ziggy Barbecue.
Bluetooth speaker supplied on demand (bring your own music).
Fishing map and area briefing.
Hire includes all essential safety gear, gas for the barbecue.
Fuel and full instructions on how to handle the boat.

Available any day - bookings essential.

Fishing Tinnie - available any day of the year

Go for a fish or a cruise around Coochiemudlo Island on their MakoCraft 4.2 metre aluminium boats!

No boat licence required. Tinnies are for up to four people. They are stable, comfortable and easy to operate. They are roomy and have sun\rain roof protection. There is a fishfinder on board and you will get a fishing map and area briefing.

Hire includes all essential safety gear, fuel and full instructions on how to handle the boat.

Available any day - telephone bookings essential.

Beach Gear Hire - Weekends and Queensland School Holidays

They will be down on the beach between 9am to 10am - weather permitting.

Go around the island: Hire a Kayak and explore Coochiemudlo's mangrove forests and four kilometres of sandy beaches. Call them to check tide and wind conditions!

On Main Beach, right next to the jetty and playground: Try out their soft-top SUP's (Stand Up Paddle Boards) or get active with your kids on the Aqua Bikes, Kayaks and pedalboats!

For groups of more than 15 people/kids they can make you a customised offer - great for birthday parties, school groups, scouts or maybe a fun work party!

Group hires are available any day of the year, (weather permitting).

Life vests supplied in all sizes.

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