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Blue Water Kayak Tours

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Blue Water Kayak Tours conduct guided eco kayak tours from the beautiful Sunshine Coast at Caloundra. You will witness stunning marine and abundant bird and wildlife all from the great vantage point of your kayak.

On the half day tour, paddle across the Pumicestone Passage to the Bribie Island National Park for morning tea and leisurely walk, where you will experience magnificent scenery and golden, secluded beaches. The guides will share their knowledge of the local environment and some historical information during your tour.

On the twilight tour, there is two choices depending on the weather; paddle across the Pumicestone Passage for a leisurely walk in the Bribie Island National Park, where you will experience magnificent scenery and golden, secluded beaches. The guides will share their knowledge of the local environment and some historical information during your tour or paddle the quiet waters of Bells Creek, witnessing the birds and wildlife settling down for the evening, finishing your tour as the sun sets over the Glass House Mountains.

Facilities

  • Car park

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Canoeing
  • Swimming

Other Information

Family Friendly:

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

Our Tours

Blue Water Kayak Tours conduct guided eco kayak tours from the beautiful Sunshine Coast at Caloundra. Witness stunning marine and abundant bird and wildlife all from the great vantage point of your kayak.

On their half day tour they paddle across the Pumicestone Passage to the Bribie Island National Park for morning tea and leisurely walk, where you will experience magnificent scenery and golden, secluded beaches. Our guides will share their knowledge of the local environment and some historical information during your tour.

Indicative rates

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$55 $100
Blue Water Kayak Tours

On the half day tours, paddle across the Pumicestone Passage to Bribie Island National Park for morning tea, a guided walk, magnificent views of the Glass House Mountains and golden secluded beaches. Historical and Environmental information is shared by the experienced guides.

Indicative rates

From To Inclusions
$55 $100
Blue Water Kayak Twilight Tour

Twilight tours are conducted in the Pumicestone Passage, Bribie Island or Bells Creek.

Blue Water Kayak Tours are adjusted according to weather conditions and tides, safety equipment and instructions are provided.

Twilight tours depart two hours prior to Sunset.

Indicative rates

From To Inclusions
$55 $55

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Take a step back to yesteryear and imagine yourself in the court of King Louis the XIV with a visit to the Sunshine Coast’s very own giant living hedge maze! Located at Tanawha just 10 minutes’ drive inland from Maroochydore, this impressive outdoor maze has been painstakingly sculptured from over 1000 trees and is the only maze of its kind in Australia.

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