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Kayak with Dolphins and 4WD Great Beach Drive Day Trip from Noosa

  • 6-hour Sunshine Coast 4WD and kayak tour, from Noosa
  • Cruise down sandy beaches that can only be accessed by 4WD-vehicle
  • Look for dolphins, whales, and other marine life while kayaking from Double Island Point
Kayak with Dolphins and 4WD Great Beach Drive Day Trip from Noosa
From US$ 92.99
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Kayak with Dolphins and 4WD Great Beach Drive Day Trip from Noosa
From US$ 92.99
Go kayaking with dolphins and 4-wheeling on the beach during a 6-hour tour on the Sunshine Coast, just 1.5 hours north of Brisbane. Visit a National Park location that is only accessible by 4WD vehicle, and kayak around Double Island Point looking for dolphins, migrating whales, turtles, rays and more. Includes kayak equipment and instruction, light refreshments, and transportation by 4WD and ferry.
What to Expect
After meeting your guide at the designated location in Noosa Heads or Noosaville, settle into your comfortable 4-wheel drive vehicle for the scenic drive to Teewah Beach via the Noosa North Shore ferry.
When your vehicle disembarks from the ferry, prepare for a thrilling ride along Great Beach Drive. Take in views of the coast and the colorful sandstone cliffs along the way.
Arrive at the pristine paradise of Double Island Point, a gorgeous headland with a variety of marine life. There, your guide provides kayaking equipment and instruction before you set out on a guided kayak tour. Keep an eye out for bottlenose dolphins, migrating whales (seasonal), turtles, rays, migrating birds, and soldier crabs. From the water, you also get a great perspective on Double Island Point Lighthouse.
Relax on the return trip along Great Beach Drive to Noosa.
Reviews (42)
1 - 5 of 39 reviews
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile
Unforgettable experience!

My partner and I had an incredible experience with the tour group today! You really have to experience the breathtaking beaches, pristine water and beautiful marine wildlife to understand how amazing of a place this is! We got to see dolphins, turtles and rays! Our...More

Thank OlgaL2753
Reviewed 2 December 2018 via mobile

The trip was so much fun! The drive to the beach was already so much fun with our guide Pauly and the group. We had an awesome time and could even see dolphins in the water. I would definitely recommend Epic Ocean Adventure and this...More

5  Thank NoraM1
Reviewed 21 November 2018 via mobile
Amazing experience!

My wife and I couldn't be happier with our experience from Epic Adventures. It was our first time kayaking in open waters, and neither of us are strong swimmers. Our guide, Pauly, and the rest of the staff were truly fantastic. They made us feel...More

4  Thank 679shawng
Tyron v, Owner at Epic Ocean Adventures, responded to this reviewResponded 22 November 2018

Thanks Shawn for coming along and enjoying the adventure! Paul is a great guide and passionate about showing visitors the National Park and all the amazing local wildlife. We have a great team and thanks for your feedback!

Reviewed 21 November 2018 via mobile
Great trip, great guides! Will be back!

My parents and I had a great day doing the dolphin kayak tour with beach 4WD. What an amazing location and the guide gave us local information throughout. Super knowledgeable but also fun and with a good sense of humour. The kayaking was well run,...More

2  Thank Dawnie1982
Reviewed 5 November 2018 via mobile
Fantastic experience paddling with dolphins

We had a bit of drama due to Triathlon event in Noosa. The operator thought we would be able to get around but we ended up having a driving tour in the town and the tour rescheduled. It’s ok for us as we did want...More

3  Thank LaXue
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3 October 2018|
Response from Andrew W | Reviewed this property |
We checked out the Whale season and weather forecast before we booked. Whales still travel through the area but you are more likely to see them on the horizon rather then up close. As to dolphins, they come in close and if... More
24 September 2018|
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Response from szy478 | Reviewed this property |
I’m pretty sure there’s dolphins all year round. It’s the whales that are seasonal.