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Experience the … LARC!

Visit the Town of 1770 and Agnes Water in the Southern Great Barrier Reef region of
Queensland for the ideal getaway and join us for a tour on our pink amphibious LARCs!

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Discover Our Tours

Paradise Tour

Our full day signature tour visiting the historical Bustard Head Lightstation, sandboarding and travelling 27km of pristine coastline.

LARC & Lunch

A two hour excursion including a relaxed picnic lunch. The destination - a secluded beach, where the only foot prints in the sand are your own!

Afternoon Cruise

A one hour exhilarating joyride. Take in the sights of Bustard Bay & Round Hill Creek, while showing off the LARC's fun factor & capabilities.

Custom Group Tours

Enjoy a customised tour for your school, coach or corporate group. Our team love the challenge of creating something different.

COVID-safe plan

The health and safety of our guests and staff is our priority. Our COVID-safe plan includes: sanitisation of vessel seating and all touch points, seating allocations, hand sanitisation stations and reduced capacity. We welcome any questions -info@1770larctours.com.au

Accessibility

 We can cater for many special requirements. For more information please click the button below.

LARC! Deals

LARCing Luxury!

LARCing Luxury!

Stay 4 nights at Agnes Water Beach Club plus full day Paradise tour for 2 on the LARC!
Kelly’s Beach Resort

Kelly’s Beach Resort

Southern Great Barrier Reef Family Eco Package with Kelly’s Beach Resort & full day LARC! Paradise Tour
Beach front package

Beach front package

3 day 2 night package with Sandcastles Resort including your choice of LARC Tour.

*Terms & Conditions apply to these amazing deals

LARC! Weddings

Share your special day with family and friends with the beautiful backdrop of Bustard Bay as vows are exchanged. Arrive at the secluded beach ceremony on our pink LARC!

The Story of Bustard Head Lightstation…

 

“No other Lightstation in Australia has a history of tragedies to equal that of Bustard Head on Queensland’s Southern Great Barrier Reef” – Stuart Buchanan

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