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Sunshine Coast Speed & jet boat tours

Our most recommended Sunshine Coast Speed & jet boat tours

Mooloolaba: Turtle Watching Boat Tour

1. Mooloolaba: Turtle Watching Boat Tour

Get up close with the wildlife of the Sunshine Coast on a boat tour from Mooloolaba wharf. Listen to educational onboard commentary from your local skipper. Sit back and relax in a comfortable seat with a high back as you cut through the water in a high-speed vessel. Feel the power of the engine as your skipper takes you to wildlife hot spots. Look for fish, turtles, and playful dolphins. See graceful sea birds and take a peak at what life is like below the waves with underwater cameras that live-stream what is happening below the ship in real time.

Noosa Heads: Ocean Adventure & Marine Life Boat Ride

2. Noosa Heads: Ocean Adventure & Marine Life Boat Ride

From the moment you cross the dramatic Noosa ocean bar of the Noosa River mouth on Noosa's most popular ocean adventure ride, you'll feel the salt spray and the wind in your hair, and experience an awesome ride. Your experience includes ocean-swell surfing, turns, figure-eights, and tear drops. You'll also enjoy encounters with local marine life like dolphins, turtles, and manta rays. Stopping along the way you will have the opportunity to capture sights of the Noosa National Park, Little Cove Beach, Tea Tree Bay, Noosa Main Beach, and the stunning Noosa River. At the conclusion of your experience, you will return safely back to your point of origin.

Noosa: Full Day 10 Hour Guided Fishing Experience

3. Noosa: Full Day 10 Hour Guided Fishing Experience

Step aboard our brand-new custom 30' Kevlacat, Good Company, for a luxury full day (10 hours) offshore fishing charter. With a MAXIMUM OF 6 ANGLERS, you can expect more than enough fishing space, top of the range Shimano and Wilson fishing gear, expert guides and service. Our vessel, Good Company, sports twin 300 Mercury Verado engines to get you to fish rich grounds fast and maximise fishing time, all the while enjoying the comfortable and stable ride. Not your average charter, we are the fastest, most luxurious and professional fishing charter operation on the Sunshine Coast. Your charter is hosted by owner-operator, skipper and local guide, Jackson Boric, putting his expertise and years of fishing knowledge into action. We look forward to welcoming you onboard! Departure times vary depending upon weather conditions and tides and will be confirmed with you the day before your departure. Our full day charter lasts for approximately 10 hours from pick up to drop off. After you step aboard at our pick up location along the Noosa River on Gympie Terrace, we will head out across the Noosa bar to stock up on live bait before continuing on to the chosen destination between Cape Moreton to Fraser Island. Experience fishing various grounds including wrecks, bait rocks, FADS, reefs, banks and shoals for a wide variety of tropical and sub-tropical reef and sport fish using our live bait, soft plastics and jigs to name a few. Dolphins are a frequent sighting off the Sunshine Coast and during whale season (Jul-Sept), we have Humpback whales pass through on their migration north. Snacks and drinks are provided throughout the day, as well as a fully catered breakfast and lunch. On returning to Noosa, you will be dropped off at our designated drop off location on Gympie Terrace in the heart of Noosa.

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What people are saying about Sunshine Coast

It was way to book but I want keen on needing to download the app. On arrival there staff were friendly. The skipper even made the safety briefing fun. The trip was great fun. My children and I both enjoyed it. I’d definitely recommend it.

Pleasant sea trip. A little disappointed not to have seen a turtle.