We would like to acknowledge and thank Tourism and Events Queensland for allowing us to use some of their photos on this website. We've published a combination of their photos, our own photos and photos supplied by friends in this website.
On a full day LARC! Paradise Tour visitors can enter Queensland's only open, operating Lighthouse at the historic island of Bustard Head, enjoy a picnic lunch and billy tea and sandboard down the towering dunes on Middle Island. A two hour LARC + Lunch! Tour offers a cruise off the coastline of the Town of 1770 and Eurimbula National Park, including LARCing sandbar fun, Australian wildlife and migratory birdlife spotting, beachcombing and a picnic lunch. The one hour Afternoon Cruise experience takes in the pristine coastline of Eurimbula National Park and demonstrates our amphibious capabilities, along with a fun LARC! "splashdown"!
Lady Musgrave Island and Lagoon is the only Island and lagoon combined in the outer Great Barrier Reef where the big vessels enter the Lagoon. It's a true coral cay on the Outer Southern Great Barrier Reef. Your first place to visit as you come north from Brisbane. Travel in true comfort aboard the ‘MV Lady Musgrave’ or the ‘ MV Spirit of 1770', MV 'Discovereef' and other vessels.
Experience the serenity of the Town of 1770 Golf Course. Set on 68 acres and surrounded by natural bushland and wildlife it offers a unique relaxed atmosphere close to the magnificent coastline of Agnes Water and Seventeen Seventy.
1770 Bowls Club
Offering Junior Rugby League to the kids of the Discovery Coast area. We play in the BJRL competition and train twice weekly at DCSR grounds.
Agnes Water is the northern most surfing beach in Queensland and is only 1 1/2 hours from the Southern Great Barrier Reef. Agnes Water Surf Lifesaving Club patrols the Agnes Water main beach on Sundays and public holidays from September to early May.
Scooter Roo Tours - for the ride of your life... Agnes water town of 1770.
Welcome to Loka Santi Beachside Holiday Apartments, a unique and peaceful place to recharge, relax and enjoy your very special holiday experience.
Mick Black - Sportfish 1770 specialize in Reef and Offshore fishing on the Southern Great Barrier Reef.
Damien - Hooked on 1770 Adventure Tours offer both full and half day offshore fishing charters, catering to both the individual fishermen and group bookings.
Fishing DownUnder showcases some of the best in Australian Fishing and South Pacific Fishing.
Landangler's Blog – Fishing from the shore, Australia.
Thanks for dropping by. My name is Carl O'Loughlin and I'm a pro photographer specialising in the Town of 1770 and Agnes Water area in Queensland Australia.
Kim Cooke Photographer and Designer
Phone: 0417 748 403
Fishing 1770 is our specialty we can also help with advise on 1770 Charters.
Local scenic flights, Scenic reef flights, Joy Flights, Aerial Photography, Air Charters & Transfers from Hervey Bay, Bundaberg, Gladstone or any other location.
Learn To Surf @ Agnes Water Surf School.
The Town of 1770/Agnes Water is the only place on the east coast of Australia, where you can watch an ocean sunset from a kayak!
Whitey's Sunset Tour. This tour is great...
Stand up paddle surfing is a traditional Hawaiian sport which promotes balance, strength and general fitness. It is excellent for surfers and non-surfers alike, as it provides an isometric workout that strengthens your core muscle groups, while giving you a fun and exciting way to view the stunning waterways of 1770.
In Central Queensland, South to the Gold Coast, North to Yeppoon, West to Biloela, we travel
On Any Day - to Any Location - to perform Your Ceremony - Your Way.
Welcome to Discovery Coast Medical Centre Website.
DCC aims to provide an excellent educational environment for your child. We understand that the choice of the right school for your child is one of the most important decisions you will ever make. We hope this website will assist you the parent, to make an informed decision about what is best for your child.
Air Sea Rescue Round Hill was formed by a small group of locals who saw the need for a service to assist the boating public because of Round Hill Creek’s unpredictable entrance. It was realized that the boating public venturing into the creek would benefit from local knowledge.