Family Fun Attractions Attractions Hervey Bay - QLD Tourism

FAMILY FUN ATTRACTIONS HERVEY BAY

Family Fun Attractions Hervey Bay provides a comprehensive QLD Tourism profile for you to find your business in your local Hervey Bay 4655 area. The information presented is the most recent available and updated regularly.

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Aquavue Cafe Watersports

415a The Esplanade, Torquay QLD 4655

Roar into excitement on the waters of Hervey Bay on one of our thrill machines and experience the hottest adrenalin rush you'll ever have. Or take your fun at a slower pace with some of our other great beach hire equipment.
It's all waiting for you right here at Aquavue Cafewatersports.

Everyone wants to see Fraser Island but we can show you a part of Fraser Island and the Great Sandy Straights that few tourists get to see. Come with us on a jetski tour of Fraser Island and see the pristine waters and the secluded bays and inlets that others miss and see it all with an adrenalin rush that you'll never forget!

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Beach Safaris

Shop 1, 564 The Esplanade, Hervey Bay QLD 4655

At Beach Safaris, we have lots of things for you and your family to do whilst holidaying here in Hervey Bay and the Fraser Coast.

We have a fleet of Beach Bikes for Hire. Hire from one hour to half a day. Two styles of bikes are available depending on the size of your group. See our Beach Bikes page for further details..... We rent push bikes. The latest 18 speed push bikes for Men, Ladies and Children. You can rent a push bike for an hour, half a day or a full day.

"The Surrey" and "The Limousine"

  • The Surrey has padded seats for 3 adults and 2 small children.
  • The Limousine has padded seats for 6 adults and 2 small children.
  • The kids sit in the same comfort as mum and dad
  • Safety straps on the front child seat keeps the kids where you put them
  • Drink holders
  • Front basket for storage of personal items
  • Sun canopy
  • 'Wide Track' front wheel base provides a safer ride
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Hervey Bay Go Kart Track

245 Scrub Hill Road, Nikenbah QLD 4655

Established in 1990, the Hervey Bay Go Kart Track has been keeping both locals and tourists entertained for years.  

A family run business, we offer great prices, deals and memories to last a lifetime.  

Whether you're looking to keep the grandkids entertained, throw an adrenaline-pumped bucks party or just try something new and exciting, you'll love it! 

Aside from our single karts, we also offer tandem karts with dual steering so you can teach the little ones how to handle the corners before they graduate to a single kart (once they meet the age and height requirements) or even just to get them used to the track before they go it alone!

We have a kiosk supplying cold drinks, ice-creams, chips, lollies & a barbeque is available for larger gatherings and group bookings.

Located on the Hervey Bay Maryborough road, you can't miss our 650 metre long bitumen track and 120 metre long waterslide running down the side of the hill. 

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Hervey Bay Historical Village and Museum

13 Zephyr Street, Scarness QLD 4655

The triple award winning Historical Village is a self funded, all volunteer operation.

Expect to take at least two hours to fully experience the site.
Interactive demonstrations of Blacksmithing, Woodturning, Corn Shelling and Rope making on Sundays from 1pm ‘til 3pm. Make your own souvenir rope or pedal the lathe and make your own wooden souvenir.

The Museum can be opened any time for groups and schools and there is an urn, cups, table and chairs for groups available at no extra cost.

A new BBQ area is available to visitors/Groups at no extra cost including a hot water dispenser.

Picnic tables are now available in the shady Memorial Garden area

The Church, non-denominational, is available for weddings. (Contact Yvonne on 4124 5257)

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Skydive Hervey Bay

Hervey Bay Airport, 1 Don Adams Drive, Urangan, Wondunna QLD 4655

Our Tandem Jumps:

Beach Bums
Hervey Bay's beautiful white sandy beaches stretch from the north western boundary of Hervey Bay right across to the sandy straits, offering an amazing view under parachute. Our beautifulbeaches are a reflection of Fraser Island's remarkable coastline, and offer the best place to land your parachute.

Pelican Banks
Pelican Banks is a sandy cay 7 nautical miles off the Hervey Bay coast, that acts as a bird sanctuary for 6 months of the year. All sand, with no trees, this offers an excellent location to land on whilst enjoying views of Fraser Island's western point, Moon Point.

Round Island
Round Island is a tropical island with shady picnic areas located 1km off the Hervey Bay boat harbour. Enjoy a jump onto the island, and go for a swim in the cool, turquoise waters surrounding the island.

Spectators
Don't worry! Skdiving is a spectator sport as well! If you're too chicken to have a go, you can still watch all the action unfold! Our friendly and knowledgable ground crew go to the beach for every jump. So you can either jump in the bus with them, or follow along behind, and make your way down to the beach, and watch your loved ones have the time of their life!

Every day is different. We don't choose which beach we land on... the wind tells us. Every jump, we analyse the winds, and allocate the beach we will land on. This means, that as much as we'd like to, we cannot guarantee you a certain beach. But at the time of your jump, ask one of our friendly team where you will be landing, and we can let you know how to get there!

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Fraser Coast Discovery Sphere

166 Old Maryborough Road, Hervey Bay QLD 4655

Engage.  Connect.  Be Amazed.  Then head off to the real thing..

The fraser coast is a stunning tapestry of nature’s wonders. As part of the Great Sandy Biosphere, our diverse natural attractions are officially recognised in the same class as the Galapagos Islands and Central Amazon!

The discovery sphere provides the ideal starting point to immerse yourself in the beauty of our region.

  • Discover Hervey Bay’s personal relationship with the majestic humpback whale;
  • be inspired by the uniqueness of World Heritage listed Fraser Island, the Great Sandy Strait;
  • explore the fragile and fascinating Mary River Ecosystem;
  • uncover the rare and endangered species that seek sanctuary in our local environment;
  • enjoy a stunning theatre experience
  • and learn from the legends and traditions of the Butchulla People – traditional Indigenous owners and caretakers of this land.

Children can meet our loveable Harvey the Whale and get hands-on with interactive challenges and activities. Have your photo taken alongside the magnificent twelve metre high sculpture of Hervey Bay’s iconic whale, Nala, and soak up some culture at the Hervey Bay Regional Gallery.

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Whale Watching

Hervey Bay, Hervey Bay QLD 4655

From mid July to early November, Hervey Bay has become famous as the playground of the majestic humpback whales on their return to the Antarctic. Hervey Bay is preferred for its calm and safe whale watching conditions, where the whales put on a spectacular display for their admirers. A variety of vessels offer whale watching trips during the season and visitors can choose from either a dawn, morning, afternoon or full-day cruise. Celebrating the return of the humpback whales each year; Hervey Bay stages a Whale Festival each year including an aquatic carnival, an illuminated procession of floats and the Blessing of the Fleet are highlights of this fun filled week. The Bay's calm waters provide shelter for humpback whales and their calves as they pass through Hervey Bay on their migration to Antarctica, after giving birth in the waters of northern Queensland. Humpbacks are the most acrobatic of all whales and are renowned for their 'singing'. They are the fifth largest of all whales, growing up to 15 metres and weighing up to 40 tonnes. Each year, whale watchers are regularly treated to magnificent displays of tail and pectoral slapping as well as breaching. Many thousands of people have possibly the best opportunity in the world of seeing this magnificent creature in its natural environment. Other marine life such as dolphins, turtles and dugongs are also sighted regularly. More than 12 operators offer whale watching tours with vessels departing the Hervey Bay Boat Harbour daily. Of course, tour operators adhere to Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service guidelines, which ensure the whales are protected and keep returning to Hervey Bay. The fleet offers half-day, three-quarter-day, full-day and dawn tours on a variety of vessels, each hosted by professional and experienced crew members, who provide an informative commentary.

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Urangan Pier

The Esplanade, Hervey Bay QLD 4655

A must see attraction at Queensland's Fraser Coast is Hervey Bay's famous and historic Urangan Pier - it's one of the longest in Australia and stretches for almost one kilometre into the ocean. A walk to the end will reward with spectacular views of Hervey Bay and the chance to see schools of fish, stingrays or pods of dolphin just metres out to sea. Another must do is fishing off the Pier. It is one of the best fishing experiences around for people of all ages, and is the perfect spot to catch whiting; one of Hervey Bay's most sought after fish. Picnic or enjoy fish and chips by the beach in the parkland around the pier and explore the Urangan precinct with its boutique shops, alfresco dining, resorts and clubs. Pier Park is a starting point for the links corridor, a landscaped environmental walk and cycle corridor along the former rail line which once connected the Pier with Pialba's Central Business District. The water next to the pier is one of the Bay's best locations for windsurfing or kite surfing with surfing conditions suitable for beginners to experts.

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Hervey Bay Boat Club

Buccaneer Drive, Hervey Bay QLD 4655

Hervey Bay Boat Club is an absolute harbourside, modern Club featuring The Coffee Shop and Sinbad's Bistro with views and menu to die for. Open for lunch and dinner seven days, their experienced and professional functions team can cater to every function from three to 300. Enjoy state of the art gaming and ultra modern Sports Bar facilities for racing and sporting enthusiasts of every genre. Free courtesy bus with disability access. Free live entertainment in the Main Lounge six days, Tuesday to Sunday; and five nights, Wednesday to Sunday, every week. 10 sporting Intra-clubs offer something for every enthusiast. You can enjoy Outrigging, Game Fishing, Fishing, Power Boating, Sailing, Dragon Boating, Diving or play Pool, Indoor Bowls and Darts with their Intra-clubs. The Boat Club is more than a club, it's a lifestyle.

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Birdwatching on the Fraser Coast

262 Urraween Road, Hervey Bay QLD 4655

Hervey Bay and its environs offer abundant and diverse birdwatching opportunities with over 250 species identified. Every year thousands of migratory shorebirds visit Hervey Bay and the Great Sandy Strait from destinations as far away as Japan, Alaska and Siberia. The sand and mudflats are important feeding grounds for nearly twenty different species of long distance fliers. In fact, the Great Sandy Strait is recognised as a Wetland of International Important (Ramsar site). The range of habitats within close proximity of Hervey Bay will ensure that even the keenest birdwatcher will be amazed at the variety of bird life in the area. Their waterways are home to many species, from the striking black and white jabiru, and the graceful silver-grey brolga, to the distinctive brahminy kite with its deep chestnut wings and white head, neck and breast of the amazing comb-crested jacana that seemingly walks on water thanks to its incredibly long toes. While the shrieking of the rainbow lorikeet as it feeds in the eucalypts and flowering street trees may be commonplace to Hervey Bay residents, our international visitors are bewitched with its vivid blue, green and orange-red plumage. The crazy antics of the galah with its pale grey and rose pink colouring are sure to illustrate the origin of that common Australian expression 'the silly galah'. The undergrowth below trees can be protection for so many of those little jewels of nature that live on insects, small fruit and grass-seeds, and are always an enjoyment to observe. The people of Hervey Bay are indeed fortunate to have such diverse habitats suitable for different bird species in their locality.

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Nikenbah Markets

Hervey Bay - Maryborough Road, Hervey Bay Animal Refuge, Hervey Bay QLD 4655

The Nikenbah Markets are held at the Hervey Bay Animal Refuge on the first and third Sundays of each month. Items for sale at these very popular Markets include arts and crafts, fresh produce, trash and treasure, cakes and jams and much more. The Nikenbah Markets are held to raise much need funds to care for the animals at the Hervey Bay Animal Refuge.

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Arkarra Lagoons and Tea Gardens

Sempfs Road, Corner of Panorama Drive, Hervey Bay QLD 4655

Arkarra is an aboriginal word meaning "place of many ducks" and was so named by the local Aboriginal tribe of the Fraser Coast Region. Arkarra's melaleuca wetlands, covering a substantial part of the original 200 acre freehold property, were first identified as "swamp" in 1880. Owned by Hervey Bay pioneer Lars Jacobsen, the property was sold and became a sugar cane, pineapple and small crops with some dairy and beef cattle. During the 1960s with Hervey Bay growing, sand was extracted and sold and used in the laying of waster mains and sewer pipes. Over several years a considerable amount of sand was extracted and huge lagoons dotted with islands were subsequently formed as the excavation holes filled with water. A levee bank was built to prevent surrounding areas draining the lagoons of its precious water, the tracks were raised and today it is a great place to picnic and visit. There are numerous signed tracks and is home to over 170 species of birds, goannas, echidnas, wallabies, and in the water ducks, turtles, eels and fish species survive.

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M & K Model Railways

50 Old Maryborough Road, Hervey Bay QLD 4655

Lights, Sound and Action will guarantee to delight the young and young-at-heart at M & K Model Railways. You follow the travels of model trains past cities of replica German buildings, through to the 'dom' in Hamburg, a fairground wonderland of carnival rides, dodgem cars, revolving tea cups, ice skaters and much more. Cable cars, waterfalls and windmills are but a few of the attractions to delight the visitor. Church bells, fire engines, sawmill in operation, a cuckoo bird calling, are just some of the sounds that add to the realism. A truly unique experience full of surprises - visitors are encouraged to find the escaped mountain goats, the lady hanging out her washing, men surrounded by wolves, a vehicle accident complete with police and ambulance, a cow trying to get out of the paddock and even a cat on the roof. During Hervey Bay's Christmas Lights celebration and through to January, spectacular lighting effects will enchant night visitors to this magical fairyland. Welcome Aboard! Bring your camera!

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Maaroom Picnic Ground

Granville Road, Great Sandy Strait QLD 4655
Maaroom is a small, friendly peaceful fishing village on the waterfront of the Great Sandy Strait looking over to World Heritage-listed Fraser Island. Situated just 20 kilometres south of Maryborough, (off the Cooloola Coast Highway), and 50 kilometres from Hervey Bay. At the water's edge there is a pleasant spot to have a picnic, watch the children play on the playground, fish from the boat ramp or simply watch the procession of boats come and go. This is truly one of nature's treasurers away from the hustle and bustle of town living. There are caravan parks and camping spots as well if you feel like spending a few nights.
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Koala Markets

9-11 Kruger Court, Hervey Bay QLD 4655
Run by the Koala Social Club, previously held at Kondari Resort, the Koala Markets are held on the second, fourth and fifth (if applicable) Sundays of each month at Kruger Court, Urangan in Hervey Bay. Items available for purchase at the Koala Markets include trash and treasure, arts and craft, cakes and jams.
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Hervey Bay Botanic Gardens

Elizabeth Street, Hervey Bay QLD 4655
Situated on 26-hectares in Elizabeth Street, Urangan, the Hervey Bay Botanic Gardens display plants of the Wide Bay and Great Sandy Strait regions. It incorporates the Orchid House, with a collection of around 20,000 orchids. Facilities include seating, toilets, tables, shelters and barbecues. The Bush Chapel provides an open air cathedral surrounded by rainforest trees for weddings.
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Roy Rufus Artificial Reef Dive Site

Hervey Bay, Hervey Bay QLD 4655
Explore 'Roy Rufus' in Hervey Bay, the largest artificial reef in the southern hemisphere created through the sinking of old ships, concrete blocks and car bodies since 1968. Located off the coast between Hervey Bay & Fraser Island, the reef is home to masses of fish such as gropers, coral trout, kingfish and scorpionfish that congregate amongst the wreckage. Other marine life observed on the reef include, wobbegongs, sea snakes, turtles and the occasional dugong.

Great Sandy Biosphere

Big Woody Island, Great Sandy Strait QLD 4655
In 2009, the Great Sandy region was awarded Biosphere Reserve status by UNESCO, the global organisation that also awards World Heritage Listings. The decision gives world-wide recognition to the Fraser Coast region, neighbouring Gympie area and the Bundaberg coastline and puts it in the same class as the Galapagos Islands, the Central Amazon, the Everglades and Uluru. The concept of the UNESCO's Man and Biospheres program is to protect natural resources while using them at the same time - or balancing conservation and sustainable development. What makes the Great Sandy Biosphere so special? Major breeding site for endangered marine turtles, oldest and largest unconsolidated sand mass in the world, 7558 recorded species of fauna & flora, declared Dugong sanctuary, RAMSAR wetlands - internationally declared feeding ground for migratory birds, critical habitat for rare and endangered species, best observable ancient dune chronological sequencing, world's largest and highest perched dune lakes, whale sanctuary and major transitory point for humpback whales on their annual southern migration.
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Villa Cavour Bed and Breakfast

15 Banksia Street, Hervey Bay QLD 4655
Villa Cavour Bed and Breakfast is located on the Hervey Bay promontory of Point Vernon only 50 metres from the Esplanade. This new built modern Queenslander home is surrounded by gum and mango trees, populated by little birds that entertain the guests with their singing. The Bed and Breakfast offers three king bedrooms accommodating two people each. All rooms have a private ensuite and airconditioning. The swimming pool also features a corner spa to benefit you on your early morning workout, or your relaxing afternoon by the pool. Continental or cooked breakfast is included in the nightly rate , fresh prepared for the guests every morning. If you are looking for a perfect vacation, this is the right place to be; you can just relax and enjoy your stay at Villa Cavour, or chose one of the activities available on the bay. Hervey Bay, Australia's whale watching capital, is a calm water bay reminiscent of the Mediterranean Sea and sits in front of Fraser Island, the world's biggest sand island. Your hosts can organise your tours on Fraser Island, so you can discover the beautiful rainforest, the clear water creeks and lakes, or drive along 75 mile beach....
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Fraser Explorer Tours

Round Island Road, Hervey Bay QLD 4655
Fraser Explorer Tours offer a fun and relaxing experience for all types of travellers - singles, couples, families and small groups, with a choice of accommodation styles to suit. Tours depart daily from Hervey Bay or Rainbow Beach, with one or two day adventures on offer. Stay on Fraser Island's famous 75-Mile Beach at Eurong Beach Resort. Guided four wheel drive day tours start in one location and end in the other if you are travelling along the coast. The two day tour includes all major Fraser Island sites such as Lake McKenzie, Lake Wabby, Eli Creek, Indian Head, with accommodation and meals at Eurong Beach Resort. Don't just imagine - join a Fraser Explorer Tour and discover the best of this World- Heritage wonder!...

Torquay Beachfront Tourist Park

The Esplanade, Hervey Bay QLD 4655
Torquay Beachfront Tourist Park is a pleasant and friendly caravan park with ample shade trees, right on the beachfront. It is walking distance from shops, restaurants and hotel. Local clubs have a free courtesy pick ups. Clean amenity blocks, free electric barbecue areas and a camp kitchen. They manage all tour bookings and boast friendly managers and staff....

Akama Resort

625 Esplanade, Hervey Bay QLD 4655
Akama Resort - A luxury complex offering spacious one, two, three bedroom and penthouse apartments on the Esplanade overlooking the Marina and The Great Sandy Straits out to Fraser Island in Hervey Bay. They are ideally located opposite the marina which boasts some of Hervey Bay's best bars and restaurants. Enjoy the private sunny balconies with their stunning views, relax in the beautiful lagoon pool and spa, enjoy the benefits of the well appointed barbecue area or prepare a sumptuous meal in the fully equipped designer kitchen. Spacious open plan apartments with everything at your fingertips. Tour desk offers numerous activities both in Hervey Bay as well as nearby island adventures....

MS Swimathon Hervey Bay

202 - 204 Boundary Rd, Hervey Bay QLD 4655
The extremely popular MS Swimathon will make it's debut in the Fraser Coast area, with the inaugural Hervey Bay event in 2016! The MS Swimathon is a Queensland based fundraising initiative where teams of at least six people are sponsored by friends, family and work colleagues to swim in a 12 hour relay; raising vital funds for Queenslanders living with multiple sclerosis (MS). You don’t need to be a ‘competitive’ swimmer to participate – people of all abilities can join in and take part. You can swim any style or distance that suits you; whether it be one or 100 laps in freestyle, breaststroke, sidestroke, or doggy paddle – it is all about participation!...
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Remote Fraser Island Experience - Tasman Venture

Buccaneer Drive, Wondunna QLD 4655
Be one of the few to see the untouched and unique side of this stunning island. This is no ordinary Fraser Island holiday tour; get away from the crowds and chaos, forget the rigid time tables or rushing from place to place. With Tasman Venture you can experience the hidden and remote parts of Fraser Island in a comfortable and relaxing way. You will not just see the Island, but experience the Island while bush walking, snorkelling, kayaking, stand up paddle boarding, tube riding and swimming. Their friendly and experienced staff will provide you with interesting information and show you the wildlife such as: dolphins, dingoes, turtles, sea eagles, fish and many more. Let them show you their amazing backyard! Your full day tour includes: Wathumba Creek with its crystal clear water, Awinya or Bowarrady Creek with their diverse natural beauty and fresh water, nine kilometres of coloured sand, beach and water activities, guided walks, beach access with Amphibious Water Craft, morning and afternoon tea, delicious Aussie barbecue lunch, tropical fruit platter and antipasto platter, fully licensed bar. Small numbers on spacious boat. Free transfer from your Hervey Bay accommodation....

Arkarra Lagoons and Tea Gardens

28 Panorama Road, Hervey Bay QLD 4655
Arkarra is an aboriginal word meaning "place of many ducks" and was so named by the local Aboriginal tribe of the Fraser Coast Region. Arkarra's melaleuca wetlands, covering a substantial part of the original 200 acre freehold property, were first identified as "swamp" in 1880. Owned by Hervey Bay pioneer Lars Jacobsen, the property was sold and became a sugar cane, pineapple and small crops with some dairy and beef cattle. During the 1960s with Hervey Bay growing, sand was extracted and sold and used in the laying of waster mains and sewer pipes. Over several years a considerable amount of sand was extracted and huge lagoons dotted with islands were subsequently formed as the excavation holes filled with water. A levee bank was built to prevent surrounding areas draining the lagoons of its precious water, the tracks were raised and today it is a great place to picnic and visit. There are numerous signed tracks and is home to over 170 species of birds, goannas, echidnas, wallabies, and in the water ducks, turtles, eels and fish species survive. ...

Hervey Bay Ocean Festival

Charlton Esplanade, Hervey Bay QLD 4655
The 2016 Ocean Festival is celebrating Hervey Bay's famous connection with the humpback whales, unbelievably fresh local seafood, and day in day out cracking seaside vibe...jump on board! Friday 11th August - Sunday 20th August Main Events - Blessing of the Fleet - Paddle Out for Whale - Hervey Bay Seafood Festival - Whale Parade and Concert...
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Fraser Coast Amazing Fishing Trails

227 Maryborough Hervey Bay Road, Hervey Bay QLD 4655
Whether you are seeking the adrenalin rush of reeling in a marlin on a game fishing boat - or that relaxed feeling of having your line in the river as you drink a beer at sunset, the Fraser Coast is the ultimate fishing destination. There are several north facing beaches that are protected by prevailing winds between Burrum Heads to Poona where you can try your luck. Fraser Island is considered the holy grail of beach fishing and the island flats are popular with fly fishers. The deep gutters and channels of the Great Sandy Strait and the mangrove-lined creeks found throughout the region make the Fraser Coast a breeding ground for a vast array of fish species including coral trout, bream, whiting, flathead, mackerel, tailor and mangrove jack, along with sand and mud crabs. Another popular spot for fishing enthusiasts is Lenthalls Dam, stocked with bass, barramundi, yellow-belly and silver perch. ...

Naturally Delicious - Great Beach Drive

Hervey Bay, Hervey Bay QLD 4655
This journey offers travellers the opportunity to sample some amazing tastes as they explore the region. Start your Naturally Delicious Great Beach Drive from one of the award winning luxury accommodation options on the Sunshine Coast Hinterland, filled with sub-tropical rainforests and waterfalls. The tour delivers plenty of opportunities to sample local fruit, fish, wine or bush tucker, you decide what takes your fancy from a smorgasbord of local produce....

Great Beach Drive - 7 day Itinerary

Hervey Bay, Hervey Bay QLD 4655
The Great Beach Drive, located in Queenslands stunning Australias Nature Coast, provides a road trip like no other. Offering the experience of driving on some of the worlds most stunning beaches, through some of the most idyllic National Parks and World Heritage listed areas, this is truly a once in a lifetime drive holiday experience. The Great Beach Drive connects the Sunshine Coast with the World Heritage listed Fraser Island (KGari) and the Fraser Coast - forming a large part of the Australias Nature Coast. This region is home to an abundance of wildlife including kangaroos, whales, turtles, dingoes, dugongs, platypus and the worlds largest variety of bird species. The drive route, approximately 380 kilometres long, also travels through landscape steeped in culture and etched in Australian history, covering two UNESCO Biosphere Reserves, a World Heritage Marine Park and the largest sand island in the world....