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1770 LARC! Tours

The LARC! - a pink amphibious craft at home on land, at sea and climbing steep headlands - explores the National Parks and waterways bordering the picturesque birthplace of Queensland – the Town of 1770.  

The LARC! provides the only access to the historic island lighthouse at Bustard Head, Queensland’s first coastal light, built in 1868. This is Queensland’s only open, operating lighthouse where visitors can enter, climb the original staircase and tour to the balcony for stunning panoramic scenery and tales of triumph and tragedy.  

The full day Paradise Tour includes a fully guided tour of the Lightstation and for the adventurous, sandboarding down the towering dunes on Middle Island. Soak up the pristine natural environments while enjoying picnic lunch in coastal Casuarina forest with “billy” tea on the campfire.

A two hour Sunday LARC + Lunch! tour offers a cruise off the coastline of the Town of 1770 and Eurimbula National Park, including LARCing sandbar fun, Australian wildlife and migratory birdlife spotting and a picnic lunch. 

The one hour daily Afternoon Cruise experience takes in the pristine coastline of Eurimbula National Park and for the adventurous a full day Sand Surfing Safari is available Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.

All tours are accompanied by passionate and informative guides.

Visit the Town of 1770 and Agnes Water on the Queensland coast and discover this unique Australian experience!

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