The little seaside town of Agnes Water and 1770 is located on the coast of Central Queensland, at the doorstep of the Southern Great Barrier Reef. There is just SO much to do and see while holidaying here. There are many wonderful tours in the region, from Reef Trips, Kayaking, Fishing, Larcing, Scooter tours, Surfing, Bush tours to name a few. We let you in all ALL the best tours of Agnes Water & 1770 and what the tours include....
Explore the Southern Great Barrier Reef Region with The 1770 Larc! Tours!
As 1770’s very own amphibious vehicle, the Larc! boasts an amphibious adventure of our local area of Agnes Water, 1770 & Eurimbula National Park and offers a few different tours to choose from:
‘Paradise Tour’. For a full day, visitors can enter Queensland's only open, operating Lighthouse at the historic island of Bustard Head, enjoy a picnic lunch and billy tea and sandboard down the towering dunes on Middle Island.
‘Sunset Cruise’. As the sun approaches the horizon signaling the end of another beautiful day, experience the peaceful solitude and changing moods of our tropical paradise. This one hour cruise takes in the magic of Round Hill Creek and Eurimbula National Park with its wildlife and magnificent views of Round Hill Head and the coastline. It is the perfect way to experience the delights of 1770 and the thrill of our unique amphibious vessels.
‘Goolimbil Walkabout’. Authentic indigenous hunting, gathering and tasting experience of a lifetime, travels back to a time that pre-dates the arrival of Lt James Cook in the Town of 1770! Enjoy a theatrical experience and learn about the wonderful culture that lived here sustainably for tens of thousands of years.
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Southern Great Barrier Reef Trips to Lady Musgrave Island
Lady Musgrave Island is a coral cay, composed of sand and fragments of coral rock derived from the surrounding reef. It is a large reef with an extensive lagoon with deepwater access Enjoy swimming, an island walk, snorkeling & diving.
We recommend calling the Agnes Water Visitor Information Centre 4902 1533 for information on which tour company is currently traveling to the island.
Learn to Surf in Agnes Water