Experience the tranquil surrounds of the Noosa River as you glide across the water on a water bike. Cycle passed lush parklands, luxurious waterfront houses and towering eucalyptus trees and stop off at a secluded beach for a refreshing dip in the crystal clear waters. A nature lover's paradise!
Spend a sunny afternoon uncovering the serene Noosa River during this self guided water bike tour. The Noosa River will be your oyster to explore by the latest in water sports, a water bike, which delivers all the virtues of cycling in a marine environment. As you breathe in the fresh coastal air, gently cycle across the calm waters, surrounded by breathtaking beaches, lush parklands and luxurious waterfront houses. With a waterway so diverse, this tour will give you the opportunity to experience each. The first part of the tour will take you passed Noosaville's iconic jetty stripe followed by the north shore, bound by mangroves, paper bark forests and towering eucalyptus trees. This is the perfect place to spot wildlife in both the shallows and the bush.
From here, you can really shape your own adventure. Continue upstream toward the river mouth or pull up at a secluded beach to relax and take a refreshing dip. Once you've recharged, simply jump back on your water bike and cycle back to the start point. The water bikes are clean and sustainable, meaning you can discover the river and the marine life that call the river home without leaving an environmental footprint.
Anyone can use a NautiCycle, pregnant woman should consult their doctor.
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to this policy:
There are 12 bikes available to hire.
High winds and unfavourable river conditions may impact this experience. In the event your experience is cancelled due to poor weather conditions, you will be rescheduled by the experience provider.
Whilst you are able to remain dry, we recommend customers wear swimwear.
This experience takes place on the Noosa River, QLD.