Soak up the incredible natural beauty of World Heritage-listed Fraser Island. You’ll walk scenic trails at Central Station, Wanggoolba Creek, Pile Valley, and the Hammerstone Sandblow, and dip into sparkling waters at Lake McKenzie, Eli Creek, Champagne Pools and Lake Wabby. Drive down Seventy-Five Mile Beach to the Pinnacles and Maheno shipwreck, staying overnight at a beach resort along the way. You'll travel with a knowledgeable local guide and have plenty of time for swimming and exploring as you experience Fraser Island’s treasures on this two-day tour.
Named K’Gari (paradise) by the local Aborigines, Fraser Island is a place unlike any other. Created over the millennia from sand drifting off of mainland Australia, Fraser Island is the largest sand island in the world and the only place where rainforest grows in sand. With more than 100 pristine freshwater lakes, numerous creeks, giant sand dunes and extensive rainforest, you’ll have plenty to explore on your 2-day trip. You’ll stay overnight at Eurong Beach Resort located on Seventy-Five Mile beach with apartment-style accommodation in a shared quad room. The resort has two swimming pools, two bars, and a cafe where you can relax after a day of exploring. One breakfast, two lunches and a dinner are included.