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Craving a dose of adventure? Take control of your own jetski and surge down the pristine Pumicestone Passage! Under the shadows of the Glasshouse Mountains, you will wind through narrow waterways lined with mangroves, and experience an exhilarating hot lap around the historic Lighthouse Reach.
Striking the ideal balance between scenery and adventure can be difficult, however this four hour tour does it perfectly! Departing from Sandstone Point, you will motor down the entire length of the Pumicestone Passage through narrow mangrove-lined channels and into the tranquil Tripcony Bight. The passage is one of the most important bird and marine habitats on the east coast of Australia, brimming with wildlife and nature. Get your heart racing as you zoom across the smooth waters, while admiring the stunning backdrop of the Glasshouse Mountains. Along the way, you'll stop over in Caloundra to rest and recharge, with plenty of time for a bite to eat. After the refuel, hop back on your jetski and test the agility of your machine as you enjoy a hot lap around the historic Lighthouse Reach.
This experience is four hours in duration.
Once the booking is confirmed, changes are at the discretion of the experience provider and arranged directly with them according to this policy:
A maximum of three skis with a maximum of six participants per trip.
The supplier reserves the right to cancel or postpone in the event of unsafe weather conditions. However, if it's raining, the guide will usually wait until the shower passes. After all, you are going to get wet anyway!
Cheap sunglasses, sunscreen and clothes that you are happy to get wet in are recommended.
This experience takes place in Sandstone Point, QLD.