Take a thrilling Noosa Stand Up Paddle Adventure to Sunshine Coast’s hidden tropical wildlife paradise, Double Island Point. The spectacular wind swept coloured sand cliffs protect many of the flat water lagoons and much of Honeymoon Bay making for an ideal natural environment to explore and experience the local wildlife on a guided stand up paddle lesson.
Double Island Point can only be accessed by 4X4 along Teewah Beach around the low tide and the wilderness is typically remote, uncrowded and perfect for stand up paddling with crystal clear flat water lagoons and a super long sandy point break ideal for beginners, intermediate and advanced looking to take the next step into the waves. If your already well advanced in stand up paddling then why not come and explore the magical waters of Honeymoon Bay in Noosa’s pristine Great Sandy National Park.
Expect to see many of the local wildlife on your Noosa stand up paddle adventure with many turtles (Six of the world’s seven marine turtle species can be found here) often seen feeding and resting in the clear shallows of the lagoons and ocean are the Green Sea turtle, Loggerhead and Hawksbill turtle. Rays, Bottlenose dolphins, many different bird species, Humpback whales (over 35000 to pass this season) and soldier crabs in their thousands are also all frequent here.
Pelican Bay is another ideal flat water location to learn to stand up paddle. This pristine location is protected from the open ocean by Fraser Island and Inskip Point behind Rainbow Beach and is an important mangrove habitat for many local wildlife. A paddle along this very rich plant diversity will often discover turtles resting or feeding, rays, mud crabs, fish, sea birds, dugongs and sometimes the endangered Australian Humpback Dolphin.
Enjoy this eco based stand up paddle experience and learn about Australian nature, conservation and protection of our vulnerable National Parks and the importance of high levels of sustainable practices in the enjoyment and education of our pristine natural surroundings.
A large range of stand up paddle equipment is available for all ability levels for this Noosa Stand Up Paddle Eco Tour and together with our highly experienced local guides this is a wildlife adventure you don’t want to miss.
4X4 Great Beach Drive experience, equipment, guided Stand Up Paddle tour, National Park entry fees, Noosa North Shore ferry fees, light snacks & refreshments, pictures on request.
What to bring?
Please bring what you would usually bring to the beach e.g: towel, sunscreen, water, camera, snacks, change of clothes.
(It is a requirement that all food, littler and any other waste are taken with you out of the National Park on completion of your visit)
What time do tours depart?
Departure times from Noosa vary daily and are set around the low tide to access Double Island Point along Teewah beach. Please contact for specific departure times. Please allow 5-6 hours from pick up to drop off.
There are 3 Pick-up Points in the Noosa area. Please see below:
What does it cost?
$120 per person – day tour (6 hours)
Where do i depart?
This tour departs Noosa, on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast. Please meet 15 minutes before departure at either of the 3 pick up points below.
NOOSA HEADS: Noosa Heads Bus Station, Corner Noosa Parade & Noosa Drive (Near Hastings St, limited parking)
NOOSAVILLE: 180 Gympie Terrace, Noosaville at giant pelican statue (Pelican Boat Hire)
Epic Ocean Adventures
Phone: (07) 5372 8066
We have 3 daily pick up locations in the Noosa area:
- The J Noosa (Theatre venue) 60 Noosa Drive, Noosa Heads (excellent all day parking & best option if traveling from outside Noosa Heads).
- Noosa Heads Bus Station, Corner Noosa Parade & Noosa Drive (Near Hastings St, limited parking).
- Pelican Boat Hire – 180 Gympie Terrace, Noosaville at giant pelican statue.