Noosa2Fraser 4WD Hire Vehicles are a great way to explore Rainbow Beach area, one of Queensland’s most sought after holiday destinations which is located approximately three hours drive north of Brisbane or two hours drive north of the Sunshine Coast. With a Noosa2Fraser 4WD Hire Vehicles, Rainbow Beach provides a great place to drive the beach and access activities such as the surf at Double Island Point .

The beach access from Rainbow Beach will take you east to Double Island Point and then south to Noosa North Shore and access across the Noosa River by ferry to the popular tourist destination of Noosa.

Rainbow Beach to Double Island Point – 13 km
Leisha Track (Beach crossing at Double Island Point) – 1km
Double Island Point to Noosa North Shore 3rd beach crossing – 44 km

Vehicle Access Permits are required on some parts of the beach between Rainbow Beach and Noosa North Shore.

The beach drive has designated camping zones along Teewah Beach, and site seeing locations such as Rainbows Beach’s famous coloured sands, Poona Lake accessible by the fresh water track and Double Island Point.

Rainbow Beach Coloured Sands

Rainbow Beach’s famous Coloured Sands are steeped in Indigenous Australian folklore and mythology.

Rainbow Beach is appropriately named as the coloured sands have been created by iron rich minerals in the dunes. Over thousands of years, the sand has developed a complex array of tones and hues. The yellows, browns, and reds blend to compose over 70 different colours and tints. When the dunes collapse or the top layers are removed by wind and rain the amazing multi colours are exposed. The shore line provides a great viewing spot of the towering coloured cliffs and canyons. Visitors will not be dissappointed by the intense and diverse palette of sand shades.

Double Island Point

With a good swell the northern side of Double Island Point provides right-hander breaks over sand, and for perhaps as much as 300 metres in ideal conditions. This is also the last (northernmost) recognised break on the east coast mainland.
This location also provides a great access point to see marine life. From late July to November , Dolphins and whales are a common sight in the area. Other life such as turtles, sharks, sting rays, manta rays, dugongs and fish can also be seen from this headland.
A formation of four volcanic pinnacles named Wolf Rock, is only a short distance from the point and is rated as one of Australia’s top 10 dive spots.
Our 4WD vehicles will provide you the perfect transportation to this area. You will need a Vehicle Access Permit to travel.

Poona Lake and the Fresh Water Track

Access from Rainbow Beach is via Freshwater Road a well maintained gravel road to take you to a day use area. From there our 4WD Hire Vehicles will provide you the best vehicle to take you across the track through to Teewah Beach.
The Fresh Water Track is often rough in sections, so this will provide you with a few good challengers and adventures but provide you access to the magnificent rain forests that are dotted throughout the coastal forests. Quite an adventure. Best to avoid during peak times. A Vehicle Access Permit is required once past the Bymien Picnic Area.

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