This exciting eco-adventure traces the path of explorer Matthew Flinders from 1799 on a jet ski! Discover the waterways and wildlife around Little Goat Island and explore the open water as you venture out past Pumicestone Passage. This trip also includes thrilling hot laps and a high speed figure-8!
Flinders on a Jetski is a 90-minute trip tracing the path of Mathew Flinders back from 1799. After leaving the marina, you'll head out to White Patch before continuing north along the eastern side of Little Goat Island. You will circumnavigate the island using Dunlop's Gutter before returning home past the entrance to Elimbah Creek. Get a taste for a wilder ride as you pass under the Bribie Bridge and out towards the entrance of the Pumicestone Passage for some ocean-like riding! Keep an eye out for all sorts of wildlife whilst riding - you might spot eagles, turtles and dugongs, all while enjoying the breathtaking views that the beautiful Pumicestone Passage has to offer. This 90-minute ride gives you plenty of time to get to grips with the controls, and really feel the rush!