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Eco tours offer Gympie locals mate's rates

February Feasting On Foot

RAINBOW Beach Cooloola Eco Tours walking food tour takes visitors on a discovery of Rainbow Beach's cafes and restaurants.

The Cafe and Culture Tour is a three-hour walking food tour at Rainbow Beach every Saturday from 9am until 12.30pm.

The tour starts at the Cherry Venture Propeller located at the Surf Club car park where walkers will receive a complimentary Cooloola Foodie Bag with some local delights.

The first tour was held in July 2015 and since then Cooloola Eco Tours has been showcasing great regional produce to visitors and locals alike.

"We share the history of Rainbow Beach and include a visit to a local gallery to show visitors amazing local art,” a spokesperson for the company said. "Visitors experience the sights, smells and flavours of this coastal village.”

During the months of February and March Cooloola Eco Tours are offering locals a mates rates deal.

"If you are a resident of the following: Cooloola Coast (postcode 4570-4581), Sunshine Coast (postcode 4551-4568) or Fraser Coast ( postcode 4560-4659), please contact us to take up this special discount and make a booking,” the spokesperson said.

For more information on any of the tours offered by Cooloola Eco Tours call 0414491955 or email info@cooloolaecotours .com.au or visit the website at www.cooloola ecotours.com.au.

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