double island point

Double Island Point

Great Sandy National Park, Queensland, Australia

Noosa North Shore’s Double Island Point is set in one of the worlds most diverse and pristine National Parks and offers incredible natural and aquatic experiences for those looking to explore off the beaten track.

Only able to be accessed by four wheel drive vehicle’s along the beach, Double Island Point’s remoteness makes for spectacular natural beauty, an often buzzing hub of local and migrating wildlife and a tropical surf playground that cannot be beaten.

Located on the sunshine coast of Queensland, Australia, Epic Ocean Adventures offer tours including exclusive surf and aquatic wildlife adventures from Noosa. Most popular being the dolphin view sea kayak tour, surfing & stand up paddle boarding with private tour option also available.


  • Noosa’s Double Island Point is known by locals for its pristine beaches, surf, crystal-clear waters, and breathtaking scenery.
  • Double Island Point offers a unique blend of natural beauty, adventure & relaxation.
  • Thrilling eco tour experiences including Dolphin Sea Kayak Tour, Learn to Surf Lessons, Stand Up Paddle with private tour & group options available.
  • Often home to an abundance of marine life, including dolphins, turtles, rays, whales in season and various species of fish & migrating birds.
  •  Six of the world’s seven marine turtle species can be encountered on tour in the protected Marine Park.
  • The often tropical crystal clear waters of Honeymoon Bay & unique salt water lagoons makes spotting wildlife easy.
  • Double Island Point is part of the Great Sandy National Park featuring diverse ecosystems, towering coloured coastal dunes, sub tropical rainforests, and unique wetlands.
  • The tranquil and secluded nature of Double Island Point makes it an ideal visit for complete relaxation and rejuvenation. 
  • See the crazy soldier crabs often in their thousands at low tide feeding around the lagoons.
  • Rich mineral sand dunes boast a highlight of 72 different colours and is a stunning backdrop.
  • According to the legends of the Kabi people (Aboriginals of South East Queensland) , the dunes were coloured when Yiningie, a spirit represented by a rainbow, plunged into the cliffs after doing battle with an evil tribesman.


Double Island Point Tours

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