An hour’s drive north of Brisbane, enjoy this half day jet ski tour departing from Caloundra on the Sunshine Coast. This small-group tour takes you through the Moreton Bay Marine park where you will immerse yourself in the stunning nature, see Australian wildlife and ancient volcanoes all while jetting around on environmentally friendly jet skis. The price includes a refreshment of water and a meal (either fish and chips or a pizza) at the half way mark.
Enjoy this signature experience and the best value for money! After meeting your jet ski tour guide at your departure point, you'll be kitted up with a life jacket and your local guide will take you through a safety briefing.
Full of surprises, this epic is a jet-skiing smorgasbord, from the smooth waters of Pumicestone Passage, through narrow mangrove lined marine channels into the tranquil Tripcony Bight and ocean style riding at the southern end of the journey. To keep the energy levels up, each jetski comes with snacks and drinking water to be consumed as you pause at Lighthouse Reach, Lime Pocket – home to dolphins, dugongs and turtles, and the quaint seaside town of Donnybrook.
There will be a meal break before embarking on the return journey, which includes the chance to experience the agility of the clean green fun machines in the Lighthouse Reach “hot lap”. Re-live the adventure over a meal for two at Sandbar Café overlooking Pumicestone Passage.
You have the choice to ride on a jet ski on your own or with a friend. The price is per jetski - each jetski can carry two people with a maximum of 460lbs (210kg). The experience includes a safety briefing, instruction on how to ride a jetski, all safety equipment - even the photos of your adventure are posted to Facebook and free for you to download. This tour is perfect for all skill levels, your tour guide will be with you every step of the way ensuring you're always safe.
This tour runs every fifth day - ie the 5th, the 10th, the 15th, the 20th, the 25th and the 30th of each month. Departure times vary according to the tides.