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Stinger Suit Hire Palm Cove

Stinger Suit Hire Palm Cove, available for Pickup and Return from the Palm Cove Caravan Park reception @ the Northern end of Palm Cove (Williams Esplanade). NRMA Holiday Park.

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Stinger Suit Hire Palm Cove offer a full range of Children & Adult sizes @ $25 per suit.
Select “Book now button”, choose date/time, size & quantity from there.
Booking includes a height & weight guide for each suit size.

Book now from $25

Our suits are super stretchy, fit should be firm but comfortable, if unsure go up a size.
We recommend swimming between the flags within the patrolled swimming area.


Discounted multi-day rates via Pedro’s delivery service.

Discounted Muli-Day Hire Delivery

Servicing Cairns Northern Beaches.
We deliver to and pickup from your accommodation.
Then great discounts apply for multi-day bookings using our delivery service.
Delivery is at 8am & return Pickup 8am the next day or 8am after the number of booked days.


For day hire, self-pickup and return from the Palm Cove NRMA Holiday Park

The team on site are super helpful. On pickup, simply show your Pedro’s email booking confirmation and your driver’s license. They’ll be sure to help you on your way.
Pickup and return hours are from 9am to 5pm seven days a week.

Our Stinger Suits offer SPF 50+ sun protection for you and your family with the added benefit of protecting from stingers, jellyfish & blue bottles.
Unique rubber re-enforced panels at backside for maximum durability
High quality Lycra for sun protection, flexibility and performance
Flatlock stitching for comfort and durability.
Front zip for easy entry
Adjustable neck closure
Extra stinger protection for hands throat and head
Sizes are colour coded for easy fitting.

Studies have shown that stinger suits are effective in reducing the risk of Irukandji Syndrome by reducing the risk of contact with the related jellyfish such as the box jelly fish and others. When in a marine environment using Lycra stinger suits are “the best choice for routine-use stinger-protective clothing.

Lisa-ann Gershwin and Karen Dabinett (2009) Comparison of Eight Types of Protective Clothing against Irukandji Jellyfish Stings. Journal of Coastal Research: Volume 25, Issue 1: pp. 117 – 130