Tour ID: 10002052
Take an eco-trip to the World’s largest sand island, Fraser Island, for a day full of exploration and fun! Firstly you will follow the Sunshine Coast, before 2 ferry crossing and then landing on Fraser Island. Almost immediately you will find yourself travelling in along 75 Mile Beach in your 4WD. This is perhaps the best beach highway in the world! You will swim in & hike through some of the most beautiful places you have ever visited. Lake McKenzie is a highlight, her waters are so blue it will take your breath away!
Setting out from Brisbane’s Roma Street Station at 6:45 am (please contact us to inquire about the conditions of pickup if you’d like to depart from the Gold Coast); you’ll travel north with your intimate tour group and friendly, experienced guide towards your destination. On the way, the gorgeous views of the Glass House Mountains will mesmerise you as you watch from your comfortable tour bus. Before arriving at Fraser Island, you’ll be paying a visit to the aptly named Rainbow Beach, to explore the majestic rainbow coloured sand dunes located here. You’ll then board a ferry for the trip over to Fraser Island, looking out for the local dolphins, dugongs and turtles along the way.
When you arrive on this gorgeous tropical sand island, you’ll jump in a 4WD and go for a cruise along Fraser Island’s main highway and aircraft runway, which is actually a 120 km long sandy beach! While you’re motoring along the sweeping 75 Mile Surf Beach, you’ll have the chance to spot dingoes, sea eagles and maybe even a whale. Next, you’ll take a stroll through the largest sand-anchored rainforest in the world and marvel at how the vegetation survives with only the help of fungus spores in the sand. You’ll then visit the famous Wanggoolba Creek at Central Station, via the beautiful Eco Boardwalk, before stopping at Lake McKenzie to take in the scenery, enjoy a delicious fresh lunch and relax in the crystal clear water. You’ll be glad to know there will be many more opportunities to jump in for a dip, as you visit a number of gorgeous beaches, before enjoying another 4WD trip – this time through a forest dotted with ancient species of flora and teeming with unique Aussie wildlife.
You’ll have the chance to learn of Fraser Island’s traditional Indigenous owners, as well as its more recent history of sand mining and timber cutters that helped form the community that exists today. Before returning home, you’ll explore the magnificent Satinay and Blackbutt Forests, as well as re-visit 75 Mile Surf Beach Road.
After crossing to the mainland, you’ll enjoy a break at Rainbow Beach before returning to Brisbane at 7:00 pm.
Expert Driver and Eco Guide
• Fresh picnic lunch, cold drinks & fresh fruits at lakes or rain forest
6:45 AM Daily
Rainbow Beach 2.00 to 4.00 pm
Gympie 3.00 to 4.00 pm
Noosa 3.00 to 5.00 pm
Mooloolaba / Caloundra / Sunshine Coast ~ 5.30pm
Caboolture 6.00 pm
Brisbane 7.00 pm
Gold Coast 9.00 pm (additional charges and conditions apply)
Brisbane, Noosa, Gold Coast, Mooloolaba, Sunshine Coast, Rainbow Beach and Gympie
Brisbane Roma Street Transit Centre Bus Stop 125 at 6:45am
Caboolture BP Service Station Highway 7.30 am
Sunshine Coast Uni 90 Sippy Downs Ave 8.00 am
Caloundra Cooma tce 8.15 am
Mooloolaba Bowls Club 8.30 am
Noosa Information Centre 9.00 am
Gympie Matilda Road House Bruce highway 10.00 am
Rainbow Beach Surf Life Saving Club 11.00 am
Gold Coast Transit Centre Beach road 6.00 am
Departures from the Gold Coast require a minimum 4 passengers to operate and a $100 per person return transfer fee is charged and payable directly to the driver upon pickup.
Camera and your sense of adventure!
No child under the age of 5 years
Please note that your National Park Fee, Daily Permit and Ferry Fee of $30 per person per day is payable direct to driver on day of travel.
• 4WD 75 mile Surf Beach
• World Heritage Rainforest
• Walk Central Station
• Freshwater Creeks
• Unique Wildlife
• Majestic Satinay Forest
• Wanggoolba Creek
• Rainbow Coloured Sands
• Eurong Beach Resort
• Prehistoric King Fern
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