Fraser Explorer Day Tour (ex-Hervey Bay or Rainbow Beach)

Tick Fraser Island off your bucket list on a one-day adventure suitable for all ages!

Led by an experienced local guide, you’ll see the island’s iconic sights on a curated itinerary of highlights such as Lake McKenzie, World Heritage-listed rainforest, 75 Mile Beach, and the iconic Maheno Shipwreck.

✔ Includes all meals, transfers, and permits
✔ Small group experiences (maximum 24 guests)
✔ UNESCO World Heritage-listed locations
✔ Award-winning touring team
✔ 2020 Trip Advisor Travellers' Choice
✔ FREE Cancellations up to 24 hours prior to departure
✔ Departures from Hervey Bay and Rainbow Beach

You don’t need your own 4WD – our team will traverse the tracks and tides to ensure you have an easy and enjoyable experience on the world’s largest sand island.

Have your camera ready for awe-inspiring moments at every location!

Here’s what you'll see

✔ Lake McKenzie - Fraser Island's most iconic swimming spot - relax along the pristine white silica shore and swim in the crystal-clear fresh water and famous ombre blue tones.
✔ Central Station - admire the towering trees growing from sand and explore along the rainforest boardwalk.
✔ Pile Valley - wander through the subtropical rainforest and marvel at the centuries-old Satinay trees and towering palms.
✔ 75 Mile Beach - cruise Fraser Island’s beach highway and join Air Fraser for a scenic joy-flight over the island (optional extra).
✔ Eli Creek - wade through the shallow waters or float downstream towards the Coral Sea!
✔ Maheno Shipwreck - see the famous rustic ruins that were once a luxury cruise liner. Washed ashore in 1935, it is now a photographer's paradise!
✔ The Pinnacles Coloured Sands – be amazed by these spectacularly technicoloured sand cliffs and the Dreamtime tale of how they were formed.
✔ Indian Head – as the most easterly point of the island, marine life such as turtles and rays are often spotted in the waters around the base of this rocky headland.

Enjoy expert tour commentary about the island’s World Heritage-listed ecology, wildlife, history, and local stories from behind the scenes.