If you feel like it's time to shake things up a bit and break out of your daily routine, there's lots of ways to re-fuel your inner adventurist! Whether it is fast paced or just something a bit different, fuel your inner spirit for adventure by skydiving over Rottnest Island, or head to Stradbroke Island or Kangaroo Island for some fast-paced sandboarding and surfing fun.
With 74 tropical islands and fringing coral reefs to cruise around, exploring the Whitsundays in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef is a must-see and unforgettable experience. It's also the playground for adventure enthusiasts looking for an adrenalin rush with snorkel and jet ski tours.
The most memorable holidays are often the ones where you embrace your sense of adventure and immerse yourself in a new experience. Jump on a quad bike for a fast-paced bush adventure or take on your friends on the paintball field. Test your balance sandboarding ‘Little Sahara’ or go on a coastal safari where you can swim with dolphins and seals.
K'gari (formerly Fraser Island)
Why walk, when you can Segway? For an exciting experience with a difference, join the K'gari (formerly Fraser Island) rangers on a one-hour eco-adventure across the sands of Kingfisher Bay on a Segway tour. You’ll start off with a fun obstacle challenge to test out your skills, and then embark on a thrilling off-road adventure. Let loose and try hitting top speed as you zoom along the beach. Hoots of delight are guaranteed.
Nth Stradbroke Island
Whether you’re hitting the surf for the first time or wanting some elite coaching, we guarantee you’ll have an exhilarating experience surfing the crystal clear waters around Point Lookout. Dolphins are regular visitors of the local surf breaks, and because the water temperature doesn’t drop below 19 degrees even in Winter, this is a perfect all year round adventure.
Looking for something different to do when visiting Rottnest Island? How about jumping out of a perfectly good plane for a really memorable holiday experience? Feel the incredible rush of free fall from 15,000 feet and get the best birds-eye view of the Island and its sparkling coastline.
If you’re keen to do something a bit different while visiting Darwin, a cruise from Cullen Bay to Bynoe Harbour and then on to Crab Claw Island will tick all the boxes. On arrival you’ll enjoy an abundance seafood buffet on the spacious deck overlooking the water. Then hire a boat and head out exploring on your own, or simply relax with a cool beverage on the deck or by the onsite swimming pools.