Travelling south along beautiful Rainbow Beach you’ll find Double Island Point. The bio diversity here for every kind of marine life is spectacular. You’ll find, trevally, cod, perch, wobbegong, grey nurse sharks, queenslands giant groper, manta ray, mackerel, coral trout and leopard sharks. You’ll find dolphins playing and during migration you’ll enjoy the experience of see whales and their calves, resting and playing in the waters off Double Island. It’s also home to one of Australia’s best diving spots – Wolf Rock. It makes excellent scuba diving with a depth of 40 metres, vertical gutters, swim throughs and ledges. It’s a popular surfing spot with a right-hand point break, with a length of 50 to 150 metres and sometimes up to 500 metres. You can also access Double Island Point by four wheel drive heading south from Rainbow or north from Noosa’s North Shore. Check your vehicle access Permits here. You can read more about the Cooloola, Great Sandy National Park here and stay updated with the Road Reports.