Sandboarding Safari

Sandboarding Safari

Charter your own LARC! for a fun filled day of adventure and adrenaline.

Our Sandboarding Safari is an exclusive and exciting tour that is only available for private charter. This catered five hour tour is all about adventure and getting down and dirty on the towering sand dunes of Middle Island.

Come Sandboarding With Us!

Your adventure starts as soon as you board the LARC! at 1770, we will traverse water and land on our way to our sandboarding playground.
Situated around 25kms along the coastline of Bustard Bay, Middle Island hosts an abundance of Australian wildlife and a world class sand blow spanning a 2.5km.

On arrival at your destination your instructor will educate you on the fundamentals of sandboarding and then set you free! There are options to suit all levels of experience, starting with small beginner dunes through to a mighty 35 metre face with a water entry below.

Tour Available:

For group bookings only, minimum passenger numbers apply. Tour duration is 5 hours, departure times vary depending on the tides.

A LARC! Sandboarding Safari includes:

  • LARC! transport
  • Sandboards
  • Picnic Lunch
  • Cold refreshments
  • Fresh fruit
  • Guides

What to bring:

Swimmers, a towel, a pair of socks (for hot sand), a refillable bottle and a sense of adventure!

A moderate level of physical fitness is needed for this tour. You are required to do some walking up the sand dunes and will need to be able to carry your sandboard.


$2,800.00 per LARC

The cost above is not dependant on guest numbers. The rate is for the exclusive use of the vessel and tour. It remains the same rate for two guests as it is for 29 guests.

From beginner to advanced…

We have 3 sandboarding tracks for our guests to slide away on!

  • The “dry bowl” is a gentle, gradual slope into a dry sand bowl, perfect for the beginners.
  • The “wet run” is our 35 metre faster slide into Jenny Lind Creek, ideal for everyone.
  • “From the top” is the highest dune that leads to the “wet run” and this one is not for the faint hearted!

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