Traveling by Larc amphibious vehicle 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.
• 7 hours
Enjoy a picnic lunch on the beach and explore the national parks and waterways bordering the Town of 1770, adjacent to the Great Barrier Reef marine park. Travel by LARC, an amphibious vessel, across water and land and enjoy the informative commentary. There is also the opportunity to sight Australian wildlife and migratory birds.
• 2 hours
Experience this 3-day/2-night 1770 Castaway or Survivor boat-in remote island camping adventure! Enjoy a thrilling boat ride along the Queensland coastline before landing on a secluded tropical island. Here your adventure begins as you try your hand at living like a Castaway or choose the more difficult option, Survivor, as you live in a fully functional camp offering many different activities. This unique Australian camping experience will be one you will never forget.
• 3 days
YOU and your friends can go to our remote Castaway Camp for a fantastic fun filled adventure. Try kayaking, explore caves, go fishing or crabbing or sand boarding down the 35m sand dunes.
• 1 day
As the sun approaches the horizon experience the delights of the Town of 1770 and the thrill of cruising in a unique amphibious vessel while taking in the magic of Round Hill Creek and Eurimbula Coastline, with its wildlife and magnificent views.
• 1 hour
Join the Goolimbil ‘Black Cockatoo’ Walkabout, an authentic indigenous hunting, gathering and tasting experience of a lifetime from the Town of 1770 in Queensland. You can enjoy a theatrical, experience and learn about the wonderful culture of the indigenous people that lived here sustainably for tens of thousands of years.
• 2 hours