Queensland Road Trip

How to Spend 96 Hours in Agnes Water & Town 1770

If you're looking to go somewhere with restaurants and night life, maybe Agnes Water and Town 1770 aren't for you. But here are a few reasons why you should give this spot on the Queensland coast a visit.

“How’s the serenity?” Something you might think to yourself when you’re in this small beach-side town, filled with young holiday-ing families and keen fishermen/fisherwomen.

Book Yourself in for a Day-trip with Lady Musgrave Cruises

First off, book yourself in for a day-trip with Lady Musgrave Cruises. You’ve got the option to go snorkelling, take a guided tour on the coral covered Lady Musgrave Island, or take a fishing charter with the boys (Food for the day is included).

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If you do choose to go for the guided tour of Lady Musgrave Island, you’ll learn all about the local bird-life and hear interesting facts about the fascinating eco-system.

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Don’t forget to pack the GoPro. While you should’t torment the local turtles, sometimes, they’ll pop up close enough for a selfie – or just to say g’day.

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Check Into a Tree-top or Beach Chalet in Agnes Water

For a top-notch glamping experience, check yourself into either a Tree-top Chalet or a Beach-front bungalow at the Agnes Water Beach Holiday park.

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Treat Yo’ Self to Some Take-away from Hook In

After a long day out on the water, return to your beach-front chalet and take a short stroll up the street to Hook In take away.

Honestly, the burgers are better in Agnes Water.

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Try Your Luck at Fishing in Town 1770

After a well deserved (and very comfortable) sleep, get up early, grab your fishing rod, and wet a line at nearby Town 1770.

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Go for a Sunset Paddle with Town 1770 Kayak Tours

At the end of the day, hire a kayak from Town 1770 Marina and paddle off into the sunset. We didn’t do this, but kayakers passed us by as we continued fishing until the sun went down, and it sure looked like a sweet ride.

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