The day begins as we cross the calm water of Moreton Bay by large car ferry enjoying morning tea and viewing other islands also located off the Queensland’s coast. Once off the ferry we travel across the island to Brown lake where you are able to swim and learn about the ways of the aboriginal people who still occupy the island.
From there a 4WD track is taken to Main Beach where we will be finding fresh pipis to cook for lunch, you can also take time to climb the large dunes or go for another swim.
A short drive is then taken to Point Lookout where an easy walk is taken in order to view the magnificent whales (June – November), dolphins, turtles, manta-rays and many more sea animals that surround the island.
Until finally we head to Flinders Beach where we stop to have an ‘Aussie’ BBQ lunch on the beach, whilst the tour drivers and guides prepare lunch there is time for fishing, swimming and playing in the sand.