Fraser Island

The world's largest sand island and it's just north of Noosa ......

Fraser Island is a long day trip from Noosa. Typically the tour crosses the Noosa river by ferry and then drives along the North Shore and across on the barge to Fraser Island at Inskip Point. A day is spent on Fraser Island where you can drive on the beach, visit the rainforest and the many beautiful lakes. The journey back uses the 4WD tracks in the Noosa hinterland. A tour takes a full day and is a very worthwhile tour to make from Noosa. Do book ahead as numbers are limited on each tour, click the links below:


Fraser Island one day tour
Our fleet of six seater luxury Landcruiser avail the ultimate in comfort and safety whilst offering an extreme 4 wheel drive adventure. These top quality vehicles give us the edge, greater access to remote beach stretches, faster through even the most rugged terrain. Our team of highly experienced driver guides boast extensive resumes in touring with unparalleled knowledge and a dedicated focus on making yours a most magical day.

Fraser island 2 day safari
We have been operating tours to Moreton and Fraser Islands for many year, the tours are carefully designed to maximise your experience and enjoyment and whilst most of our guests are 18 - 35, don't let age stop you from coming on either one of our tours - have some fun! Most of your days will be spent exploring the Island however when you have time at the Eurong Beach Resort you will have access to 2 swimming pools, 2 bars for that refreshing drink, a tennis court to burn off any energy you may have left, a bakery, a convenience store, and best of all - the Resort is located right on Eastern Beach for those who wish to experience an unforgettable sunrise over the Pacific Ocean.

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Fraser Island is the largest sand island in the world and a World Heritage Site. The original name for Fraser Island is ‘K'Gari' meaning paradise. Fraser Island is approximately 125 kilometres from north to south. Airborne nutrients and seeds have accumulated until vegetation could gain a hold, and then the decaying vegetable matter has allowed other plants and trees to grow, and forests have sprung up. Not all of Fraser Island is covered with vegetation some is composed of shifting dunes. There are no surfaced roads on Fraser Island . The beach acts as the main north south highway, with tracks crossing the island. A four-wheel-drive is a necessity.


Basin Lake
Basin Lake has slightly acidic waters which support seven species of frog, freshwater turtles and the Australian grebe.

Central Station
Originally a forestry township with a short boardwalk to Wanggoolba Creek. Central Station has camping facilities and an Information Centre.

Eli Creek
The largest freshwater creek and fun to float down.

Lake Mckenzie
The largest lake on Fraser Island and has a camp site here.

Lake Wabby
Deepest of Fraser Island lakes.

Lake Allom
A small lake with tortoises.

The Cathedrals
Towering cliffs of multicoloured sands eroded by the wind.

The Champagne Pools at Middle Rocks
Rock pools with bubbling seawater and good for swimming at low tide.

Maheno Wreck
The Maheno lies buried in sand north of happy valley

Mt Boomanjin
Mt. Boomanjin at 211 metres the highest point in this part of the island with Lake Boomanjin at the bottom.

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