HI all, last year we spent the cooler months travelling north Queensland, so being camped up at Agnes Water is such a pleasant experience, especially with that early morning chill in the air. This time of year, the ocean temperature is a beautiful 24C but even in the grips of winter our water temp range is somewhere between 20-23C.
The winter here brings stable weather conditions and warm sunny days, making this location ideal for the outdoors lifestyle. A few recent bumps in swell have produced a few fun waves and a number of glassy days have seen the boat ramp packed to capacity, and why not with what’s on offer. Agnes reef
Diversity is the best word to describe the Agnes Water and Seventeen Seventy region. Offshore fishing destinations on the southern Great Barrier Reef would have to be the main draw cards, but it’s the beaches and rocky outcrops that fill the camera lens with beauty and also provide so many fishing and outdoor options.Agnes reef
You could set up camp here and simply fish the open main beaches and never find the hidden gems. So, how do you get the most of what this beautiful area has to offer? Plan ahead and book a tour of the beaches with Arty from Moondoggie Beach and Bush Tours. Let Arty guide you through the Deepwater National Park to locations such as Red Rock, Flat Rock, Middle Rock and Wreck Rock. All stunning locations.Agnes reef
If you’re not into cramped buses and herding along with the crowd, Moondoggie is the ideal way to enjoy a leisurely personalised and affordable tour, as you decide what you wish to see and do and Arty makes it happen. Imagine you’re staying a typical week in this pristine area and you’ve booked a tour at the beginning of your stay. Simply talk to Arty about what you have in mind and he’ll show and give you a rundown on the specific locations.Agnes reef