Fraser Explorer Tours

Escape to Paradise with our Fraser Explorer Deals

There's a reason Queensland's Fraser Island is enticing nature lovers and adventure seekers to its shores, and what better way to see the world's largest sand island, than with Fraser Explorer Tours!

Characterised by vast golden sand blows, over 100 freshwater lakes, lush rainforests and 75 miles of spectacular beach, this pristine environment is a world heritage-listed wonderland.

Experience the island's history and immerse yourself in the native surrounds, all from the comfort of our 4WD coaches, as our expert guide's showcase the very best Fraser has to offer.

After a day of traversing the sand tracks, nothing sounds more enticing than relaxing at your beachfront accommodation, with your favourite drink. Sit back, take in that fresh sea breeze, and say cheers to paradise - Island life doesn't get much better than that.

Your next island getaway is made even better when you book a 2 Day 1 Night Tour ex Hervey Bay or Rainbow Beach and receive a $30 discount per person!

There's always the fine print, but we aren't going to hide it;
  • Valid for bookings made from 13 June 2018 to 16 November, 2018.
  • For travel from 27 June to 30 November, 2018.
  • Offer is per booking.
  • Available for quad, triple, twin or sole use bedding configurations.
  • Only valid on the 2 Day 1 Night Tour ex Hervey Bay or Rainbow Beach.
  • Available online only via the links below.
  • Price displayed online includes applicable discounts/offers.
  • Not available with any other offers or specials.
  • Embark on the ultimate back-to-nature experience on Fraser Island, where memories are made, and there’s picture-perfect moments at every turn.
Paradise is calling! So be sure to hit ‘Book Now’ and take advantage of this exclusive offer while it lasts!
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Fraser Explorer Tours

Don't just imagine...

Join a Fraser Explorer tour and discover Fraser Island with its array of natural wonders... freshwater lakes with white sandy beaches, desert-like sand blows and ancient rainforests with rare king ferns growing in sand.