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From Brisbane: Bribie Island 4WD Nature Adventure11 Reviews
Explore Bribie Island's pristine white sands and beautiful national park in a 4WD all-terrain vehicle. See iconic Australian wildlife and natural wonders on the 4th largest sand island in the world.
- Explore 22km of pristine white beaches on a 4WD all-terrain vehicle
- Swim in the beautiful tea-tree lagoons
- Explore the Fort Bribie Ruins, built to defend Brisbane during WWII
- Spot and exciting variety of native Australian wildlife
DescriptionYour guide begins the adventure by letting the tires down on the 4WD and hitting the surf beach. Make your way towards Fort Bribie WWII Bunkers along the sand. Stop to view wildlife and the various lagoons along the way. After an informative, historical tour of the WWII bunkers, this is when the real adventure begins! The scenery changes from rugged Australian bush to open forests, swampy wetlands and dirt roads, all in the blink of an eye as you head inland and hit the 4WD tracks of the Bribie Island National Park. Following a stop for lunch, enjoy the opportunity to see local kangaroos, goannas and other wildlife at Poverty Creek. Next enjoy the serenity and the stunning views of The Glass House Mountains. After a picnic lunch and group photo in front of the Pumicestone Passage, continue along the 4WD track to White Patch.
IncludesLocal, knowledgeable tour guide Live on-board commentary Small group tour 4WD all-terrain vehicle Wraps and fruit platter for lunch Water
- Customers must be able to jump in and out of a 4WD Landcruiser
- Due to the nature of the roads, this activity is not suitable for customers with a previous back injury or back pain
- Guests should bring swimwear, towel, sunscreen, hat and appropriate footwear (flip-flops or sandals)
- Minimum participants required to operate. In the unlikely event that this is not reached you will be offered an alternative date or a full refund