The school holidays are here, so what is there to do?!

Aquavue is home to food, fun and adventure on the Fraser Coast, so the ‘adventure team’ have come up with a list of activities and experiences for you and your family these school holidays.

Watch the sunset and enjoy a glass of beer or wine (soft drink for the kiddies) right here at Aquavue.

Let the kids play on the sand in the late hours of the afternoon while mum and dad sip house wine and craft beer from Aquavue’s very own vuebar.

Feeling adventurous? Jump on a jetski and visit World Heritage Listed Fraser Island with your very own tour guide.

Starting at just $265 for two people, Aquavue offers a once-in-a-lifetime experience visiting the largest sand island in the world. You may even get up close and personal with some marine wildlife such as dolphins, dugongs and turtles.

Keen on a bit of fun in the sun? Do you like catching your grub?

Well then, the Aquavue Fishing charters are a great way to have fun in the sun with your family or a couple of mates. For just $450, you can spend 4 hours out in the waters of the Fraser Coast catching a wide variety of local fish. You will be supplied with an experienced skipper/guide with extensive local knowledge. Everything is supplied, so don’t worry if you don’t have the gear, we have that covered.

Up for a challenge? Try your luck on a Stand-Up Paddle Board or Kayak

Pop into the Watersports office and hire a stand up paddle board or single kayak for just $20 per hour or if you’re feeling like a slower less work paddle around get one of the double kayaks for $30 per hour.

Want to watch the whales?

The staff at Aquavue’s booking office are able to provide you with information and book your Whale Watch tours. Pop in and have a chat!

Photo: Whalesong Cruises

Feeling Adventurous? Book a tour to see the best of Fraser Island!

The staff at Aquavue’s booking office are able to help you choose the perfect tour of Fraser Island.

Photo: Fraser Explorer Tours

Play Beach Volleyball with friends and family

Hire the volleyball nets from Aquavue and spend the afternoon on the sand.

Pop on your walking shoes and stroll the beach or Esplanade pathway

Take a light stroll on the sandy beach or on the 17km long Esplanade pathway. There’s plenty of things to explore, we recommend this activity early in the morning or late afternoon.

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