- Tour Details
Aboriginal legend names Fraser Island K'Gari, meaning paradise and there are 75 miles of sights to enjoy – fresh-water lakes with turtles, rocky outcrops with magnificent views and a natural jacuzzi – all perfect to relax or swim.
- Tour travels from Hervey Bay to River Heads for the 8.30am barge crossing to the Wanggoolba Creek landing on Fraser Island.
- Tour departs Fraser Island on the 5pm barge back to River Heads and returns to Hervey Bay at approximately 5.30pm to drop you off to your accommodation.
- Courtesy pick up from your accommodation and barge transfers to Fraser Island. Please enter pick up destination when booking online.
- Full-day guided 4WD tour.
- Buffet lunch at Eurong Beach Resort.
- National Park fees.
If English is your second language, we have MP3 guides available in Spanish, Italian, German, Korean and Chinese. Just let our Sales and Reservations team know when you book. These can be picked up from the Ticket Hut with a small, refundable deposit of $20 per device.
8 - 17 Apr 2017, 16 Sep 2017 - 2 Oct 2017, 21 Dec 2017 - 20 Jan 2018, 24 - 31 March 2018
Off Peak Prices
All other periods
Adults $205 $185 Children (4-14) $135 $125 Infants (0-3) Free Free
Price valid from until 31 March 2018. Some booking conditions apply.
- Tour Highlights
- Central Station - this former logging station is now a tourist stop. Stroll along the Wanggoolba Creek boardwalk to discover the ancient King Ferns, towering Gum and Pine trees.
- Lake McKenzie - enjoy a revitalising swim in the crystal blue waters and relax on the sandy white beaches... it's picture perfect!
- Seventy-Five Mile Beach – as you drive along this sandy highway, you may spot birds of prey flying above or humpback whales as they migrate past (between July – November). You may wish to join the Air Fraser team for a scenic flight over the island - book with your guide on tour (optional extra).
- Eli Creek - float down this fast-flowing freshwater creek pouring out 80 megalitres of water daily into the ocean.
- Maheno Shipwreck - enjoy a photo stop at the rusting wreck of the Maheno washed ashore during an out-of-season cyclone in 1935 – it's one of Fraser Island's most recognisable sites.
- The Pinnacles Coloured Sands - learn how these technicolour sand formations were created and the Butchulla legends surrounding them. We stop to take a picture as we drive along Seventy-Five Mile Beach.
Itinerary can change due to tides and weather conditions.