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Discover World Heritage-listed Fraser Island’s spectacular landscapes on this one-day 4WD off-roading adventure.
Sit back and relax in air-conditioned comfort and let the expert guides navigate the sand tracks as you explore the island's must-see attractions.
Swim in the renowned Lake McKenzie, wander through ancient sub-tropical rainforests, and cruise along the vast 75 Mile Beach highway to Eli Creek and the historic Maheno Shipwreck.
Trek across the golden Hammerstone Sandblow, cool off in the emerald oasis of Lake Wabby and immerse yourself in the sparkling depths of the Champagne Pools. There are breathtaking moments at every turn.
Offering a fun-filled and immersive experience, this tour is the perfect way to explore the sights and sounds of Fraser Island. Tours depart daily from Hervey Bay.
- Lake McKenzie (Boorangoora) – K'gari's most iconic, picture-perfect swimming spot! Immerse
- yourself in the crystal-clear blue fresh water and relax on the sandy white beaches.
- Central Station - A former logging station that housed schools and shops for the bustling timber
- industry is now a tourist stop. Stroll along the Wanggoolba Creek boardwalk to discover the ancient
- King Ferns, towering Flooded Gums and Pine trees.
- Pile Valley - Wander through the subtropical rainforest and marvel at the centuries-old Satinay
- trees and towering palms.
- 75 Mile Beach - As you travel along this golden beach highway, you may spot dingoes, birds of prey
- flying above, or humpback whales, migrating down the coast (between July – November).
- Eli Creek - Float gently down this tranquil, tree-lined creek with four million litres of fresh water
- flowing into the Pacific Ocean every hour.
- Maheno Shipwreck - Marvel at the rustic wreck of the Maheno, which washed ashore during an outof-season cyclone in 1935. It’s one of K’gari’s most recognisable sites.
- The Pinnacles Coloured Sands – Learn about these radiant, cliff-like sand formations and the
- Indigenous Dreamtime stories that surround them. Get up close and experience the spectacular 72
- shades of rare red, orange and yellow sands.