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Overnighter to Caloundra

Overnighter to Caloundra

The Breakfast Club is a social group for jet ski owners who have a passion for discovering new destinations with personal watercrafts. As part of the 2017 Re-discover South East Queensland Adventure Tour, the club has arranged a social ride to Caloundra on 13 May, with the opportunity to spend the night and return the following day.


“This ride is an excellent way to prepare mentally and physically for the year’s biggest ride to Hervey Bay in July,” says owner James Tod, the club’s event organizer. “We will leave from Southport with riders in the water around 6:30. There won’t be a need to bring extra fuel, as we will stop at Raby Bay for breakfast and fuel. The group will stop again at the marina at Bribie Island, and we finish the day with smooth ride conditions up through the Pumicestone Passage.” He confirms that the exact route will depend on the weather and tides on the day. If all goes to plan, the group plan to be back in Southport the following day by 1:30pm.


The group are thoughtful of members’ financial situation and have arranged a variety of overnight hotel accommodation options, as well as encouraging shared rooms or caravan park stays in Caloundra. “While everyone might not be staying at the same places, we will still all dine together for dinner and breakfast at a place so that none of the social group vibe is lost.” Additionally, there will be a small fee to cover the cost of hiring a guard to watch the skis that will be tied up to the boardwalk near the Caloundra lifesaving club.


“The Re-discover tours are a great way to capture special moments, while establishing friendships through the awesome camaraderie of like-minded riders,” James continues. “The team at the will be leading each ride, and offering technical support and mechanical advice, if required.”


James believes that by organising treks to interesting destinations, riders can build their confidence to take others with them to exciting spots where they can discover new activities and great places for lunch. “By encouraging jet ski riders to trek out further, there will be less PWC congestion on the main channels of the Broadwater, which makes a safer boating environment for all.”


That social ride to Caloundra offers a whole lot of action and adventure, jam-packed into an overnight stay. Interested riders can email James for more details at