Fraser Island is one of Australia’s true tropical paradises: a gigantic island full of gorgeous beaches, dense rainforest and some of Australia’s fascinating wildlife.
What’s more, Fraser Island is an adventure-lovers wonderland, with 4WDing, hiking, wildlife spotting and boating all on the action-packed itinerary.
It’s only natural that the island hosts plenty of exciting tours for eager travellers to partake in.
Let’s take a look at some of these wondrous adventures below…
Adults: Off-peak $185 / peak $199
Children: Off-peak $130 / peak $143 (0 – 14 years)
This tour is not recommended for children under the age of one year, however it is at a parent’s discretion whether they feel this tour will be suitable for their infant. Child booster seats are available on request.
This fun-filled tour fits the very best of Fraser Island into one awesome day. This joyous 4WD tour takes you right across the pristine Fraser Island landscape, including stops at its cobalt-watered lakes, its lush rainforests and its sandy beaches. You will have plenty of opportunities to swim and wander, as well as spot some of the island’s famous wildlife (think humpback whales and dingoes!).
Children: $289 (4 – 14 years)
Minimum age for this tour is 4 years.
If you’ve dreamed about living your own castaway experience then this tour is perfect for you. Not only will you stay in tranquil island camp accommodation, but you will also see plenty of the island and its wildlife. On the ferry over, you will have the chance to spot dugongs, dolphins and sea turtles, whilst on the island itself you will see the incredible Maheno shipwreck, hike ancient rainforests and laze about the magnificent 75 Mile Beach, easily one of Australia’s most beautiful beaches!
Child: $350 (4-14 years old)
Please note: Minimum age is 4 years old.
For camp lovers with a little more time up their sleeve this is the quintessential Fraser Island tour. Camping at the beautiful Govi Creek, you will see all of Fraser Island’s miraculous spots, including 75 Mile Beach, the gorgeous Lake Mackenzie and the island’s vibrant rainforest.
You just have to take your pick!
So, as you can see, there are so many wonderful Fraser Island tours that it can be hard to choose which is best.
It’s up to, really – you just have to decide how much of this incredible island you want to experience!
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