Bring a sense of adventure and get ready for some laughs as you embark on three action-packed days on the world’s largest sand island.
You’ll discover Fraser Island’s iconic spots – beautiful Lake McKenzie, the historical heart of Central Station and Wanggoolba Creek, golden dunes, fresh water creeks, rusting ship wrecks… and if time permits our guides might show you some of their own special spots!
3 days of guided 4WD tours
2 nights accommodation
2 breakfast + 3 lunch + 2 dinners
return ferry transfers
Extra Night: Extra meals, great price, great savings
Take time out from your hectic pace and head to Fraser the day before your 4WD tour starts.
You won’t have to unpack and repack your gear straight away, we’ll help organise meals… and you can enjoy a sleep in or explore more! Or stay an extra day after your tour to relax with new mates before you hit the road again.
1 Extra night accommodation
1 Extra breakfast and dinner
Departs 9.00am daily Your Cool Dingo Tour departs at 9.00am on the Kingfisher Bay Resort Ferry. Make sure you check in to the Kingfisher Bay Mainland Terminal (at River Heads) by 8.15am, or, for a hassle free alternative, please let us know where you’re staying and we’ll pick you up between 7.00 and 8.00am.
The ferry ride to Fraser Island, across the Great Sandy Strait, around 50 minutes.
Your Cool Dingo Ranger Guide will meet you at the resort’s jetty and after the group introductions and a quick briefing, your 4WD adventure on Fraser begins!
You’ll need to have a day-pack ready before you check in at the Kingfisher Bay Mainland Terminal, as your tour starts as soon you get to Fraser Island.
Don’t forget to pack your swimmers, towel, hat, sunscreen, sunglasses and insect repellent, comfortable walking shoes or sandals, essential medication and of course a camera in your day bag!
Your main backpack or other luggage will be delivered to the Wilderness Lodge storage area for you to collect in the afternoon.
What you’ll see
Your guide is a local who is passionate about Fraser Island and will not only take you to the island’s most incredible spots, but also wow you with fascinating facts (as much or as little as you’d like) about the island’s history, fauna and flora.
They’ll also keep an eye out for dingoes and other interesting wildlife and are happy to stop for photo stops when they spot things!