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1770 Attraction


  • LARC! Tours

    LARC! Tours

    As you arrive in the Town of 1770, look to your left, and you will see two big pink boats with wheels, behold the LARCs! LARC provides a unique amphibian adventure travelling Eurimbula National Park's coastlines and Bustard Bay's waterways to the isolated Bustard Head Lighthouse, the first lighthouse to be built in Queensland. LARC tours invite you to join their friendly tour guides aboard the pink amphibious LARCs for a fantastic adventure.

  • Lady Musgrave Island

    Lady Musgrave Island

    Have your Lady Musgrave Island Experience with 1770 Reef Tours. They depart from the town of 1770, which is an easy day trip from Bundaberg, Queensland. This island is the only shingle cay situated on the Leeward reef flat. In 1803 Captain Eber Bunker of the whaling ship Albion was the first European to discover the region and gave his name to the Southern group.

  • 1770 Reef Tours - Lady Musgrave Island

    1770 Reef Tours - Lady Musgrave Island

    Explore the magic of Lady Musgrave Lady Musgrave Island is an ocean-built coral cay in the Southern Great Barrier Reef, boasting a crystal clear turquoise lagoon encapsulated by colourful, healthy reef gardens. 1770 Reef shares the raw beauty of this natural wonder through glass bottom boat viewing, guided island walk and snorkelling activities.

  • Sandboarding Safari

    Sandboarding Safari

    In the sun-kissed landscape of Agnes Water, where the sea meets the sand in a harmonious embrace, adventure awaits those who seek it. Here, amid the golden dunes, a thrilling escapade unfolds: the Sandboarding Safari.

  • Paperbark Forest Walk

    Paperbark Forest Walk

    From the town of Agnes Water follow Springs Rd to the south for a little over 2.5km. Look for the large Reedy Creek Reserve sign near a gravel car park on the right-hand side of Springs Rd. Bollards and a trail icon mark the start of the Paperbark Forest Boardwalk. The trail is suitable for most ages and fitness levels. Duration: 400m approximately 45min.

  • Red Rock Walking Trail

    Red Rock Walking Trail

    The Red Rock Walking Trail is located South of Agnes Water An intermediate amount of fitness is required as the track consists of steep inclines, boardwalks, sand and stepping stones.

  • The Beaches

    The Beaches

    Whether you like surfing, snorkeling, boating, walking the dog, swimming, sun-baking, bird watching (of the feathered kind), turtle patrolling, painting and photographing, fishing or just building sandcastles … there is something for everyone on the Discovery Coast. Known for being the southern most tip of the Great Barrier Reef and the northern most surf beach … the Discovery Coast is a beach lovers delight!

  • Gnarly Tours Surfing

    Gnarly Tours Surfing

    Surf, Sun, and FUN! these are the goals Gnarly Tours want for you! Gnarly Tours will teach you how to ride a surfboard in no time at all. Their team have years of experience and know all the surf beaches around Agnes Waters so you can expect the best waves to suit your abilities.

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