Eurimbula National Park Beach by Amphibious Vessel - Adult
Use 4 fortnightly payments of $19.25 more
Travel by amphibious vessel over water to dry land
Enjoy the secluded beach of Bustard Bay
Lunch in stunning surroundings
Eurimbula National Park Beach is your destination, but there’s plenty of fun to be had during the journey on this two-hour experience. Your transport across Bustard Bay is an amphibious vessel, allowing you to travel across water and land.
Learn a little about the area’s history from the boat skipper and look out for some of the wildlife that calls this area home, including turtles, dolphins, emus, kangaroos and sea birds.
On arrival at the scenic coastal location you’ll be given a delicious picnic lunch and have the chance to take in some incredible view of Round Hill Head and Bustard Bay. Track the coastline of historic Seventeen Seventy on your return journey.
Sunscreen, sunglasses and hat
Travel by amphibious vessel to the beach of Eurimbula National Park
Enjoy historical and environmental commentary
Picnic lunch and cold drinks
Lasts 2 hours.
Available on Sundays
Departs 11am and returns 1pm
Not available on 25 December (Christmas Day) and 1 January (New Year’s Day)
Once this experience has been confirmed, changes must be arranged directly with the experience provider directly, according to this policy: Rescheduling – Over 24 hours prior to the experience date: no charge. Within 24 hours of the experience date: 20% per person participant fee. Transferral of booking within 24 hours of experience will also incur a $25 per person fee. No shows and late arrivals: Participants forfeit their experience and therefore are not entitled to a refund or to re-book. Participants are advised to make their own insurance provisions in case of unforeseen circumstances
Tour requires a minimum of 4 participants. There will be a maximum of 64 other people on the experience
Experience runs in all weather, assume it will still go ahead, unless the experience provider contacts you to cancel and reschedule
Eurimbula National Park (Eurimbula National Park)