Make the most of your next family holiday with this fantastic travel route, leaving from and ending up in Brisbane. This route provides every opportunity for fun-filled family memories. On the first day of your self drive holiday go see the Wildlife Warriors show at Australia Zoo, with amazing wildlife animals like crocodiles and giant snakes! Feed elephants and get a picture with a koala. Play mini Golf with the whole family in Top shots Fun Park (free entry!). Feel like a formula one racer at the Big Kart go-kart racing or let the kids play and rest yourself in Maroochydore. For a perfect ending of you self drive holiday, take the ferry to Tin Can Bay here you are able to feed the beautiful wild dolphins.
Australia Zoo Itinerary: Day 2
Crikey! It’s as wild as life gets at Australia Zoo, Home of the Crocodile Hunter, with more wildlife and entertainment than you can poke a stick at! With over 1200 animals and stacks of free shows daily, it’s a full day of wildlife action and adventure! Get hands-on with our cuddly koalas, waddling wombats, slithering snakes and cute kangaroos. Come face to face with majestic tigers, hand-feed our gorgeous elephants, or get your photo taken with a baby alligator. Australia Zoo is your ultimate wildlife destination so get WILD with us! Go to www.australiazoo.com.au
Top Shots Fun Park Itinerary: Day 3
Spend a memorable day at Top shots Fun Park, with plenty of fun, rides, attractions and relaxation to suit the whole family. Including rock-climbing, mini-golf, and blaster boats, this is sure to be a day full of holiday fun that you will always remember. More Info
Dolphin Feeding Cruise Itinerary: Day 6
Departing from Carlo Point, Rainbow Beach, this ferry takes a trip across the calm waters to Tin Can Bay, where you can hand feed wild Dolphins. This day will be sure to amaze and surprise you. Be sure you rise early for this amazing cruise.
Big Kart Itinerary: Day 6
Race your family on the largest commercial go-kart track in Australia. Put your go-kart skills to the test with all of the bends, chichanes and hair-raising hair pins. They cater for the whole family, so grab your helmet and get in line for the ride you'll never forget!
Whale Watching in Hervey Bay
When you’re planning to go whale watching, make sure you see this video first. Hervey Bay and whales are inextricably linked to each other. There are many ways to see this enormous creatures. From private boats to catamarans. You'll see it all.