Full-Day 1770 Tour by LARC Amphibious Vehicle Including Sandboarding and Bustard Head Lightstation
Why take this tour?
Traveling by LARC vessesl is the perfect way to explore the Town of 1770 and the surrounding region. This full day amphibious adventure crosses four tidal creeks and includes informative commentary on the local history, abundant wildlife and migratory birds. You'll also visit Queensland's only open, operating lighthouse at the historic island of Bustard Head to climb the lighthouse tower. Morning tea, a picnic lunch and billy tea or coffee are included. For the adventurous, optional sandboarding down towering 35-metre sand dunes is also available.
Coffee and/or Tea
Live commentary on board
Price does not include the compulsory fee of $9 Bustard Head Lightstation Association Heritage Management Charge; and $2 Qld Parks & Wildlife fee for entry to the Middle Island & Bustard Head section of the Eurimbula National Park. This $11pp charge is to be paid upon check in for your tour.
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Before you book
Mobile tickets accepted
- Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas
- Guides required to regularly wash hands
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
Visit the Town of 1770 / Agnes Water in the Southern Great Barrier Reef region of Queensland for the ideal getaway and join us on our pink amphibious LARCs! An amphibious adventure travelling along the coastline of Eurimbula National Park while experiencing an informative commentary on abundant wildlife and the history of Buastard Bay & the Town of 1770. It is the perfect way to experience the delights of Seventeen Seventy & the thrill of our unique amphibious vessels!
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