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  • 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.

  • Lady Elliot Island

    Lady Elliot Island

    It is the home of the Manta Ray! The waters surrounding Lady Elliot Island are exceptionally clear all year around with an average visibility of 20+ metres. Being on the southern end of the Great Barrier Reef and 80km from the shore we don’t get any marine stingers so no need to wear those lovely stinger suits!

  • LARC! Tours

    LARC! Tours

    LARC! Tours provide a selection of fun and unique amphibious tours aboard their famous pink LARC!’s, exploring beautiful secluded beaches in the Southern Great Barrier Reef Region and visiting remote National Parks. As they make your way up the coastline of Bustard Bay they love to share their extensive knowledge of fascinating historical facts and enhance their passengers awareness of the abundant local wildlife.

  • Sandboarding Safari

    Sandboarding Safari

    During your stay at 1770, don’t miss out on the ultimate Sandboarding Adventure in the Southern Great Barrier Reef. Great fun for the younger or young at heart, market. Your adventure starts as soon as you board the LARC! at 1770, we will traverse water and land on our way to our Sandboarding playground.

  • 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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