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fraser island adventure

from $475 per person

By day you’ll explore Fraser’s famous sand tracks including Seventy Five Mile Beach, Lake McKenzie and beautiful Wanggoolba Creek. By night you’ll enjoy resort living – with the comforts of home.

This 4WD adventure is a great way to experience the highlights of Fraser Island and the comforts of the resort.

Inclusions

  • 2 nights at Kingfisher Bay Resort
  • Return passenger ferry from Hervey Bay 
  • Daily breakfast
  • Full day Ranger guided 4WD tour
  • morning tea
  • lunch
  • National Park fees included
  • swim in Lake McKenzie
  • walk the rainforest of Central Station
  • float down Eli Creek
  • Maheno Wreck
  • Coloured sands of the Pinnacles
  • option (extra cost) scenic flight

Travel Dates

on request

Blackout Dates

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Book By

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fraser island

Stretching over 123 kms along the southern coast of Queensland, Fraser Island is the largest sand island in the world, and was inscribed on the World Heritage List in recognition of its natural values as an outstanding example representing ongoing ecological and biological processes and as an example of superlative natural phenomena.

It is a stunningly beautiful, every changing sandscape that offers holiday makers a variety of experiences in the great outdoors; romantic beachside escapes for honeymooners; fun family holidays; couples retreats; hiking holidays; 4WD adventure holidays; time out lazing poolside sipping cocktails; and best of all its only 45 minutes from the Hervey Bay mainland.

Fraser Island features complex dune systems, which are still evolving, and the array of dune lakes is exceptional in terms of number, diversity and age. The highest dunes on the island reach up to 240 metres above sea level. Forty perched dune lakes can be found on the island. A surprising variety of vegetation grows on the island, ranging from coastal heath to subtropical rainforests. It is the only place in the world where tall rainforests are found growing on sand dunes at elevations of over 200 metres.