Your favourite Fraser Island tour for 18-35’s NOW leaves daily from Rainbow Beach
Tours from Rainbow Beach give you two days and one night of action packed fun immersed in Fraser Island’s pristine wild… and end in Hervey Bay – so there’s no wasted travelling time as you continue your journey on the mainland!
Your guide is a local and an expert on Fraser’s colourful marine visitors, native animals and bird life; they’ll also be able to give you the history of the island as you are being whisked off over sand tracks to explore some of the island’s most beautiful, natural spots – but they’ll also wow you with fascinating facts about the island’s history, fauna and flora.
Fraser Island, 75-Mile Beach, The Champagne Pools, Wanggoolba Creek, Kingfisher Bay, Eli Creek, Indian Head and more… Fraser Island Adventure is going to be one that you’ll long remember on your Aussie Adventure.
Keep an eye out for dingoes – which are probably the island’s most famous animal – but please remember they’re a wild animal so don’t feed them.
What you may not already know is that we have more than 354 species of birds PLUS migrating humpback whales can often be seen off the eastern beach each July to November!
On this great 2 day Fraser Island Adventure, your guide stays with you for the entire trip – and they guarantee a fun and entertaining time…
Once touring is finished 8.30 pm ferry will take you to Hervey Bay (arriving at approximately 9.30 pm) and then we’ll drop you straight to your Hervey Bay accommodation for some well deserved rest.
- 2 days guided 4 wheel drive touring
- 1 nights accommodation at Fraser Island
- 1 Breakfast
- 2 lunches
- 2 dinners
- Return ferry transfers
- DAY 1 7.30 am Pick up from Rainbow Beach to start your World Heritage Adventure. Off to In skip Point to take the barge to Fraser Island landing at the Southern end of Fraser Island.
- Today we check out some of Fraser Island’s coolest inland sights. Basin Lake – first stop is a walk to beautiful Basin Lake along sand tracks – get up close and personal with the resident freshwater turtles in this gorgeous little dune lake.
- Central Station – no trains or whistles here – just peaceful, ancient rainforest and the reminders of a former, once bustling logging camp.
- Wanggoolba Creek – walk along the banks of this silent flowing creek with lush green rainforest and rare king ferns… it’s Mother Nature at her best!
- Pile Valley – check out the towering, red satinay trees in this rich sub-tropical forest… real giants!
- Lake McKenzie – with its white sandy beaches and crystal clear waters, picture perfect Lake McKenzie is even prettier than the postcards.
- Enjoy a refreshing afternoon swim before heading back to Kingfisher Bay.
- Includes picnic lunch and buffet dinner.
- DAY 2 An early start to explore Seventy-Five Mile Beach, the world’s most amazing beach highway – which also doubles as a landing strip for Air Fraser Island’s scenic tour planes – so there’s plenty to see and do and the beach changes daily.
- As this is your last day, don’t forget to leave your luggage at the Wilderness Lodge storage area for our porters.
- Eli Creek – a great spot for a refreshing dip on a warm Queensland day!
- Float down this fast-flowing freshwater creek – which pours out 80 mega litres of water daily – to the seaside.
- Maheno Shipwreck – washed ashore during a cyclone in 1935, this rusting wreck is one of Fraser’s most iconic photo stops and has a really interesting history. It’s a popular spot for most visitors to Fraser Island.
- The Pinnacles Coloured Sands – With all the colours of the rainbow (well just the reds really) these vibrant sand cliffs are another favourite photo stop… and don’t forget to ask your guide about the Aboriginal story of its creation.
- Indian Head – climb to the top of this rocky headland for awesome beach and ocean views… look out for sharks, rays, giant sea turtles, schools of fish and migrating humpback whales (July – November) – just keep your eyes peeled for the tell-tale spouts of water or giant splashes as they leap out of the water.
- Champagne Pools – chill out in these bubbling ocean rock pools, you won’t want to leave! These tidal pools change daily, but it’s always a highlight to sit in salt water, with the sound of the ocean behind you; sand dunes in front and little fish going about their business around you.
What to Bring
- You’ll need to have a day-pack ready (with everything you’ll need for the day’s touring) before you are picked up in the morning, as your tour starts as soon as you arrive on Fraser Island and you won’t have access to your luggage during the day.
- Don’t forget to pack your swimmers, towel, hat, sunscreen, insect repellent, comfortable walking shoes or sandals, sunglasses, essential medication and your camera.
- Water will be provided, but a water bottle is always handy.
- Your main backpack or other luggage will be delivered to the Wilderness Lodge (that’s where you stay, on Fraser’s gorgeous western side) storage area for you to collect in the afternoon.