My wife makes no secret of the fact she doesn’t particularly like the chill. It’s therefore a seriously difficult task to entice her to get out on the boat when you can physically see each breath as you take it. Starting the day with at least a couple of layers on to venture onto the water isn’t really fun for her!
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Want Mud Crab for dinner? Hire a Boab Tinnie and Crab pots with bait from Airlie Beach Boab Boat Hire and head over to the Proserpine River. Directions to get there from Airlie, head along Shute Harbour road until you hit the Conway turn off (left) drive about ten minutes until you see the signs for the prossie Boat Ramp, plenty of free parking and drop the boat in and head out with your pots and try your luck.
2015 will mark the 55th year of the annual Brisbane Boat Show.
Bringing together the industry with boating enthusiasts and those who have a passion for the lifestyle that comes with being on the water and the great outdoors, the Brisbane Boat Show boasts a great family friendly day out.
Self-drive boat hire is the best way to see Australia's waterways. Why go on a boat charter when you can drive the boat yourself and spend the day YOU want to!
Looking for an excuse to book another fishing trip? Here’s your top 7 Queensland fishing bucket list – how many can you cross off?
Is your Dad keen to get on the water but doesn't have a boat?! Give him the Father's day present he wants... a Boab boat hire!
Sydney boasts a world class harbour with iconic landmarks & events to see and to share with visitors such as the Harbour Bridge, the Opera House and the New Year’s Eve Fireworks.
While these are well worth a trip on the water, simpler pleasures await too.
One of our favourite things to do when out on the water is to pull up at an easy to access jetty, wharf or pontoon and hop off the boat to go get coffees and treats...
Welcome to the Whitsundays, Gateway to the Great Barrier Reef and home to beautiful Whitehaven beach. If you are looking for a great alternative, affordable holiday for the family or just a bunch of mates looking for a great fishing trip or first time tourists to the Region.. Consider camping on one of the many beautiful Islands that the Whitsundays has to offer. There are about 33 Campsites to choose from with different facilities and numbers of persons allowed to stay at each site. When you have chosen your ideal location you will need to purchase a camping permit, you can do this online at www.qld.gov.au/camping or by calling the Camping permits information line on 13 74 68 once you have booked and paid for your permit they will issue you with a booking number and a tent tag. Listed below are some examples of the camp sites.