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Bigfoot 4WD Adventure is an amazing experience if you are the Jervis Bay area on the south coast of NSW. It is the perfect activity for people of all ages as this ‘gentle giant’ makes its way up Mt Coolangatta to offer passengers a stunning view that should not be missed.

Bigfoot is a huge 4WD open sided tractor-bus (there are actually two of them now) that carries tourists on a one-hour tour up to 1000ft elevation on the historic property of Coolangatta Estate.

The tour highlight is definitely an adventurous climb up Mt Coolangatta from where some of the best views of the South Coast can be enjoyed.

Top it off with a meal at the wineries restaurant or cafe and maybe indulge in a bit of wine tasting to sample some of Coolangatta’s award winning wines.

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"A friendly reception to be sure"

I'd like to thank Tim, Therese and Paula for a fabulous cruise. A friendly reception to be sure, as we all basked in the wondrous sighting of dolphins on a day which weather-wise was much like a tropical summer