Adventure Whale Watching Tour Mooloolaba

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THE BEST WHALE WATCHING TOUR IN MOOLOOLABA! Enjoy the spectacular humpback whale migration onboard Adventure Rafting! Our high-speed RIB means less travel time and more whale watching time! In a group of only 9 guests, your guaranteed to get up close and personal, making memories to last a life time without the crowds! Our guests can watch the whales frolic and play with the spectacular scenery of the Sunshine Coast as their background - on Adventure Rafting everyone has a window seat! BOOK NOW for an experience you'll never forget!

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Pass By: Mooloolaba Beach

Recently voted the number sixth best beach in Australia by Tripadvisor, Mooloolaba Beach is known as one of the most beautiful beaches on the Sunshine Coast.

Pass By: Point Cartwright

Flanked on one side by the ocean and the Mooloolah River on the other, Point Cartwright is a stunning beach, located at the base of the headland at the northern end of Kawana Beach. See the iconic Point Cartwright lighthouse and ocean themed mural-painted reservoir.

Pass By: Alexandra Headland Beach

Alexandra Headland has a relaxed and laid back atmosphere that complements the soothing rolling surf and inviting beaches. Alexandra Headland's main attraction is its magnificent coastal frontage of beach, headland and parks extending for kilometres north and south.

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Old Woman Island (or Mudjimba Island) is located 1km off the coast. There are a number of Aboriginal legends abound about the Island. One has it, the Island was the result of an epic battle between two men, Coolum and Ninderry, and a woman called Maroochy. The end result was that Coolum's head was knocked off and ended up in the ocean, creating Mudjimba Island. Mount Coolum, seven kilometers to the north, is now flat topped due to the lack of a head! There are various other legends involving Aboriginal women living on the island until old age, hence the "Old Woman" name.
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