For you to experience the beautiful town of Bargara and is surrounds the best way is to book yourself onto one of the fantastic tours that you can do while you are here. Whether you are looking to spend some time out on the crystal blue waters that fringe the shoreline of this Queensland destination or perhaps embark on a tour to one of the many land attractions, you are bound to find a great tour that will spark your interests.
With the blue waters that make this location such an attractive holiday destination you can only imagine the array of fabulous tours that you can do while you are here. From whale watch tours to witness the awe-inspiring humpback whales at play, or perhaps you are after a great fishing charter out to the reefs that lie off shore you are going to be able to spend as much time as you like on the water for your holiday. There are game, reef and deep sea fishing charters as well as diving and snorkelling cruises that you can do for anyone that loves that underwater world that lies beneath us.
The famous Lark Tours are great for everyone to enjoy as well as river cruises where you can travel along the estuaries spotting an array of birdlife and wildlife along the way and be treated to a spectacular dinner or lunch.
If you are looking to get a bird’s eye view of the area you can jump on board a scenic flight to witness the ever changing blues and greens of the ocean and get an aerial view from up above. There is also skydiving jumps that you can do as well as paragliding and microlight scenic flights that leave from the nearby airport of Bundaberg.
With so many attractions in the Bargara region that are many fabulous tours that you can do to experience them. Such as a cycling tour through the winding roads, surfing lessons, wine tasting tours and horse riding along the beach. The neighbouring islands Lady Musgrave and Lady Elliot Island are a great day tour and perhaps you are interested in visiting Fraser Island which is also rather close where you can see the lush tropical rainforests, pristine creeks, lakes and many other attractions.
Perhaps you are after some outback fun so why not embark on a 4WD adventure through outback to the west. Within Bundaberg there is the famous Rum Distillery that you can take a tour of and even get to try some of the world famous rum for yourself! And the kids will just love taking a tour of the Turtle Rookery between the months of November through to March where they can witness firsthand the nesting and hatching of baby turtles for themselves.
And within Bargara there are just more attractions and tours for you to enjoy so why not come and experience a holiday that the whole family will enjoy.
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