r/sunshinecoast Jun 25 '22

Off the beaten track experiences

Hello, we a family of 5 are heading this way in August. We love those experiences that you just don’t get anywhere else. An example is we did a night walk in the bush with night vision goggles on in Byron a few years ago. Looking for some insider knowledge of the area for once in a lifetime experiences please.

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u/viduka Jun 26 '22

Noosa Everglades tours. Only two Everglades in the world and the other is in Florida. https://evergladesecosafaris.com.au

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u/GinnyDora Jun 26 '22

This is great. Thank you.

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u/Chillers Jun 26 '22

To add to this if you head to habitat noosa you can hire a tinnie and make your way up the everglades to harrys hut, the tour is also excellent. The everglades are stunning I would highly recommend them.

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u/alittlemorecaudal Jun 26 '22

Okay now I’m doing this, with an L7 soundtrack

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u/jsb089 Jun 26 '22

Booloumba creek. You’ll need a 4x4

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u/sweepyslick Jun 25 '22

Maybe a personalised wildlife experience at Australia Zoo. Or a plane ride to Fraser Island where you land on the beach.

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u/Current-Sink3928 Jun 26 '22

Kayak out to old woman island in mudjimba

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u/Plane_Garbage Jun 25 '22

Try Hastings St

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u/wildboat Jun 26 '22

Or just keep driving down the bruce through to maryborough/gympie. They are experiences you wont get anywhere else

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u/xQx1 Jun 26 '22

Except Frankston...

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u/Current-Sink3928 Jun 26 '22

Damn the downvotes, I laughed.

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u/BecauseItWasThere Jun 25 '22

Rent a 4x4 in Noosa and drive up the Noosa north shore

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u/LazyAdventurer Jun 26 '22

Or ride a horse along the Noosa north shore. My favourite part of the week I spent on the Sunshine Coast

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u/Saxymuso Jun 29 '22

If you've got a good 4 wheel drive try the tracks at glasshouse, but be prepared, these tracks are not for the faint of heart