Experience horse riding these holidays

Noosa offers excellent weather most of the year round, but Spring is a real highlight. The days are warm and generally sunny but without the fierce heat of Summer, while the nights have lost their chill and the days start to lengthen out. Spring is the perfect time of the year to get down to the beach for a picnic during the day, or even better, hop on a four-legged friend and have unique and affordable adventure on the sand.

Noosa Horse Riding is a local business delivering classic experiences over on Noosa North Shore, through some of the area’s most beautiful and untouched areas. With a stable of gentle steeds, Noosa Horse Riding can take you, your friends and family on a number of rides to suit your ability.

For a gentle walk through amazing countryside and shallow waters, the Lake Ride around Lake Weyba is excellent for younger family members or those trying horse riding out for the first time. Guided by professional, experienced staff, you’ll spot kangaroos, goannas, stingrays and a host of abundant wildlife whilst you explore the shallow salt water of the lake and the surrounding bushland.

If you’ve got a little more experience on a horse and are 12 years and over, the Beach Ride along Noosa’s famous Teewah Beach is absolutely phenomenal. Riding along a deserted beach and through the blue waters of Laguna Bay, with the hustle and bustle of Noosa’s Main Beach plainly visible in the distance, is an exceptional holiday experience. The wildlife on the beach, abundance of marine life in the bay and the feeling of isolation whilst riding your well-trained horse is truly epic!

Noosa Horse Riding have a pick-up service available to Noosa Heads Motel guests at a small cost and also offer lessons with their experienced staff. Rides around the Lake start at $100 and lessons at $45.

With rave reviews on TripAdvisor, this is a very special way of making memories during your stay at Noosa Heads Motel this Spring.

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