Spend an incredible day exploring the natural beauty of Fraser Island, seeing highlights such as Central Station, Wanggoolba Creek, Lake McKenzie, Eli Creek, Seventy-Five Mile Beach, the Pinnacles, and the Maheno shipwreck. The island is a natural treasure chest, with abundant animal and plant life on land, and dolphins, dugong, sharks and humpback whales offshore. You’ll experience the island’s best on a full day trip with an expert guide, with plenty of time to enjoy the pristine lakes, beaches, creeks and rainforest.
• 9 hours
Watch whales dive and play on a whale-watching cruise from Hervey Bay. Cruising in a catamaran specially designed for whale watching, enjoy close-up encounters with majestic humpback whales from the viewing platform or underwater windows. Get more out of your wildlife encounter with experienced staff to guide you, and hear a detailed commentary about whales and their marine environment.
• 4 hours
Enjoy this exclusive full day whale encounter with low passengers numbers and enjoy the immersive platform where you can see a whale underwater. Travel on an 11.6-meter sailing Eco-friendly catamaran, while also enjoying morning tea, buffet lunch with a drink included and afternoon tea. The catamaran also offers hydrophones and Wi-Fi onboard.
• 8 hours
Reward yourself with this premium whale watching tour departing Hervey Bay on-board the Freedom III. There is plenty of time to witness close encounters and stunning behaviors of the majestic humpback whales whilst in the shelter of Fraser Island. Maximum 49 passengers, includes freshly baked morning tea, tropical buffet lunch and fruit and cheese platter on the way home. Expert commentary, friendly and caring crew make this a tour to treasure.
• 6 hours
Go snorkeling, kayaking and swimming in Fraser Island’s pristine waters on a relaxed day trip from Hervey Bay. See dolphins, dingoes, turtles and sea eagles, go bushwalking on the dunes, and learn about the island’s history and wildlife from your professional guides. Enjoy a fantastic barbecue and prawn lunch plus morning and afternoon tea on this leisurely full-day excursion that celebrates Fraser Island’s spectacular beauty and unique wildlife.
• 9.5 hours
Ohana Winery and Exotic Fruits is located in sub-tropical Queensland. Here you will experience an interactive exotic fruit orchard tour with fruit tastings. Following this you will enjoy a personalized cellar wine tasting with the winemaker, sampling all of the unique wines and liqueurs on offer.
• 1 hour
Get behind the wheel of a 4WD on World Heritage-listed Fraser Island. Take more than selfies home from this action packed, private, self-drive four wheel drive day out with an offroad expert. Shortly after meeting your instructor in Hervey Bay, you'll get Offroad Ready with a private, intensive 4WD course on an exclusive, purpose built track at Kingfisher Bay Resort. Whether you are in your own 4WD or in one provided, you will be confidently handling soft terrain, steep hills and tight corners before you explore the Island yourself.
• 9 hours
Enjoy a small-group tour with a maximum of ten guests giving you a more personalized experience. Discover the beautiful sites on Fraser Island, including Lake McKenzie, Eli Creek and the Maheno shipwreck before relaxing in your hotel room and taking advantage of everything Kingfisher Bay Resort has to offer.
• 3 days
Experience Fraser Island’s top sights without the crowds by camping overnight at Lake Wabby and Lake McKenzie on a self-guided hiking trip with transportation provided from Hervey Bay. During your visit, you’ll 4WD down Seventy-Five Mile beach, see the Hammerstone Sandblow and walk through pristine rainforest. Perfect for active people who love the outdoors, this Fraser Island adventure includes round-trip ferry tickets and transportation to Fraser Island with an experienced driver-guide who provides camping gear, maps and itineraries for your small group, with a maximum of 6 people.
• 3 days
Get away from the crowds and savor the serenity of camping and hiking at Lake McKenzie on an overnight stay at Fraser Island's famous lake. Start at Central Station, pass Wanggoolba Creek and Basin Lake en route to the lake, finishing on day two at Kingfisher Bay Resort. A great option for outdoors enthusiasts, this self-guided hiking tour includes transportation to the island by an experienced driver-guide who provides maps, itineraries, camping gear and round-trip ferry tickets for your small group, limited to 6 people.
• 2 days