About The Tour
Discover the charm and beauty of Fraser Island on this one-day adventure that exposes you to all the fascinating scenery and wildlife that characterises the region.
Adults: off-peak $185 / peak $199
Children: off-peak $130 / peak $143 (0-14 years)
Off-peak: 1st February – 30th November excluding public holidays
Peak: 1st December – 31st January and public holidays
Please note: 25th & 26th December and 26th January have special prices (Adults $219 / Child $154)
Please note: This tour is not recommended children under the age of 1 year. Parents are asked to consider whether this tour would be suitable for any small children travelling with them. Child booster seats available on request.
Our 1 Day Fraser Island Tour departs from Sunshine Coast and Noosa and heads towards Fraser Island through the Cooloola State Forest. Along the way, we’ll make a photo stop at Rainbow Beach before we jump aboard the barge at Inskip Point to make our way over the Fraser Island.
We’ll make our way across the stunning world-heritage listed Fraser Island, where you’ll get to experience traveling along the rugged coastal road of 75 Mile Beach. Enjoy morning tea before exploring the lush expanse of rainforest and iconic wildlife that sprawls out towards the centre of this renowned island. We’ll continue our adventure to the largest perched lake in the world, Lake McKenzie. Take advantage of the picture-perfect background and tranquillity of the sparkling Lake McKenzie. Enjoy a refreshing dip before tucking into a delicious traditional Aussies style lunch!
After lunch, we’ll explore the Great Sandy National Park to explore the impressive forest of Satinay and Brushbox. We’ll take you to explore the rainforest and rare plant life that cover this majestic island. We’ll navigate back to the sandy highway, where we can try spot wildlife along remote stretches of the beach, as we make our way back to the Sunshine Coast and Noosa.
Our 1 Day Fraser Island Tour sadly comes to an end as we journey back home
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