Beach Horse Rides
Completely Personalised Beach Horse Riding Experience on the Noosa North Shore
Beach Ride FAQs | LIMITATIONS: Private tours only. No more than (2) people. No children under the age of 14.
About Noosa Horses Beach Rides
I offer completely private, tailored beach horse rides along Teewah Beach on the Noosa North Shore.
Riding south, taking in views of Noosa main beach and the national park, to the Noosa river mouth. Heading back you’ll be looking up to Teewah Beach and the coloured sands. On a really clear day you even see Double Island point.
It’s not uncommon to see dolphins in Laguna bay and Whales during winter. A variety of birdlife, but my favourites are the Brahminy kites, Sea eagles and Pied oystercatchers.
Leaving nothing to chance, a maximum of two people on each ride and always on the low tide for the best conditions and to make sure your photos look just like the brochure.
I photograph each ride and make all the photos available online with a link that only you can see. I can also carry your camera or gopro.
Rides departing daily and horses to suit all skill levels.
My Points of Difference
- I don’t mix groups, ever, and absolutely every ride is taken out by owner/operator (me) Patrick Lloyd.
- My beach rides are deliberately kept small to allow me to ensure that you have the best and safest possible beach horse riding experience.
- I photograph each ride and make all the photos available online with a link that only you can see. I can also carry your camera or gopro.
- You’ll be riding in a custom made saddle with a drink holder, complimentary bottle of water and a zippable pocket for your phone or camera.
- Leaving nothing to chance, each day’s ride starts according to the best possible conditions on that day.
In my opinion the tide is not only the most important factor in having an awesome beach ride, but it is the most predictable. The Bureau of Meteorology website has tide charts for the next two years. Beach horse riding is at it’s best when done as close as possible to the low tide.
Rides in summer are either or early morning or late afternoon to avoid to the avoid the midday heat, which is not only uncomfortable for riders but potentially dangerous for my horses.
Holidays and Long Weekends
Getting to the Noosa North Shore involves catching a car ferry which can get quite crowded during peak times, the beach is also very popular during these times, which is why I like to get in and get out early to avoid the rush during holidays and on long weekends. Getting caught in a large line up to the ferry is no fun and lots of people and vehicles on the beach is usually not ideal.
Beach Horse Riding FAQs