Fraser Island In A Day
Highlights And Stops Crossing the Noosa River Rising early, you are picked up from your Brisbane hotel at 4:15am and driven to Noosa to catch a ferry across the river. The real adventure starts when you arrive at Cooloola National Park. Here, you can explore the remarkable coloured sand dunes of ...
Travel Dates: 1 April 2017 - 31 January 2018
Feel the sand beneath your feet and enjoy the cool ocean breezes of beautiful Fraser Island, the world's largest sand island. However, don't expect only sand and surf on Fraser, which is home to a plethora of natural attractions such as Lake McKenzie, Eli Creek and Lake Wabby. Known for promoting outdoor adventure, Fraser Island tours guide you around to the island's highlights, taking you along the coast and through densely forested inland trails. Make the most of your holiday to Queensland's largest island by booking one of our fantastic adventure tours.
Don't miss these Fraser Island attractions
- Island 4WD tours
- Camping tours
- Lake McKenzie
- The Maheno shipwreck
- Indian Head
Getting out on the road
Island explorer tours depart mainland Australia from Brisbane, Harvey Bay and Rainbow Beach daily, allowing you to experience Fraser Island’s beautiful combination of beach, rainforest and wildlife. Tours to the island can range from day trips to multi-night stays on bushwalking and driving tours.
Bus day tours stop frequently for the perfect amount of interaction with the local wildlife in Great Sandy National Park. Get up close and personal with wild dingoes under the supervision of experienced tour guides and enjoy the thrill of encountering one of Australia’s most iconic animals.
Choose your own adventure
Take a swim in beautiful Eli Creek or practise your photography at the famous Maheno shipwreck, feed the dolphins or enjoy a beachside camel safari – there are tour activities available for every type of traveller. For the young and young-at-heart, you can hop onboard specialised party tours or make the most of the glorious waves with a surf lesson at Rainbow Beach Surf School.
For independent-minded travellers, vehicle and camping equipment hire is available and most hire companies also offer the option to join a self-guided tour. Or if camping simply isn’t for you, why not visit any of the luxury resorts which call the picturesque Fraser Island home?