Captain David has been a wonderful guide with a huge tolerance for dodgy German music. Pleasure! Great great great great great
Your Fraser Island adventure begins with pickup from your hotel in Hervey Bay or Rainbow Beach and a transfer to the port at Rivers Head. Board a ferry to Fraser Island; once on-island you will travel aboard an air-conditioned 4WD bus capable of tackling the island’s sandy trails.
During the 2-day tour, visit Fraser Island’s main attractions and enjoy incredible views of the world’s largest sand island. Stops include Seventy-Five Mile Beach, Lake McKenzie, Eli Creek, Champagne Pools, Lake Wabby, the Pinnacles, Pile Valley rain forest, and the Hammerstone Sandblow. Optionally enjoy a breathtaking scenic flight over the island (additional cost).
Overnight accommodation at the Eurong Beach Resort on Seventy-Five Mile Beach is included, as are lunch and dinner on the first day, and breakfast and lunch on the second day.At the end of the tour, you take the ferry back to Rivers Head and are transferred to your hotel in Hervey Bay or Rainbow Beach.
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Fraser Is. is quite a big place that’s difficult to get around. The driving conditions Can be quite brutal at times and equally magnificent at other times. The sights are vast and this 2 day tour goes to half a dozen or so ‘must see’...More
We really very much enjoyed the tour which combines fabulous site seeing, short walks, bumpy roads, great nature and adventure together. Mark was a great guide for us, warm congratulations for his advices, kindness and drive experience. Happy to hear from the kids this is...More
Our 2 day trip to fraser island exceeded all of our expectation. Just the story's and the enthusiasm of our amazing tour guide Warren are well worth the 385 bucks. It is definitely a trip I would recommend to every backpacker or traveler. We had...More
We had a fantastic time on Fraser Island thanks to Mark who is a brilliant tour guide and driver. We had enough time at all the places where we stopped and saw almost all the interesting spots on Fraser Island and aswell a lot of...More