2 Day Camping, 4wd, Larc & Sand Boarding Adventure


On this 2 day camping trip tour you will experience four wheel driving through the beautiful Deepwater and Eurimbula National Parks, Camping at Bustard Beach, an amazing land and water adventure on the 1770 Lark and an exhilarating day sand boarding at Middle Island


Day 1 - Pick up from your motel at 8:30am and head for Deepwater National Park

1. Deepwater National Park
• Explore the sandy tracks through tall forests of swamp mahogany, paperbark and cabbage palms Deepwater National Park
• Enjoy a swim, take a stroll on along the beach or clamber over the Wreck Rocks
• Morning tea at Middle Rocks
• Spot kangaroos, wallabies, emus, red-tailed black cockatoos and honey eaters

2. Eurimbula National Park
• Explore mangrove-fringed estuaries, freshwater paperbark swamps, coastal lowland eucalypt forests with weeping cabbage palms to tall rainforest towering hoop pines
• BBQ lunch at Middle Creek
• Ganoonga Noonga lookout- A 360 m walking track rises steeply to the lookout. From this vantage point you can view the low grounds (Ganoonga Noonga) swamps and heaths covering the parallel dunes that have built up over the last 6000 years. This walking track also provides panoramic views of the park. To the west is the Munro Range, to the north are Bray Hills and to the east lies Bustard Head and Bustard Bay.
• Set up camp at Bustard Beach
• Stroll on the beach, go for a swim or simply kick back and relax
• BBQ dinner, sit around the campfire and talk about the great day you just had.

Day 2 – Up early and prepare for an awesome day of fun

• Breakfast is served around about 7:30am
• About 9.10am we wander down to the beach and get ready for a big day of sand boarding
• The 1770 Larc will pick us up on the beach and we will traverse water and land on our way to our Sand Boarding playground.
Situated around 30kms along the coastline of Bustard Bay, Middle Island hosts an abundance of Australian wildlife and a world class sand blow, spanning a 2.5km stretch of sand dunes, which creates a safe environment for sand boarding.
On arrival at your destination, after a short hike through the natural terrain, your instructor will educate you on the fundamentals of sand boarding. There are options to suit all levels of experience, starting with small beginner dunes through to mighty 40 metre faces which will fill you with exhilaration as you go flying down to the water below.

Around 3:40pm the Larc drops us back to Bustard beach where we jump back into the Jeep and make our way via the highway back to Bundy, we aim to have you back to your motel around about 6:00pm

Times can vary slightly due to tides, weather and track conditions.