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Australia Sunrover Expeditions

Multiple Locations

Sunrover Expeditions offers one, two and three day tours of Fraser Island and Moreton Island from Brisbane daily with a choice of camping, staying at Tangalooma Resort, Eurong Beach Resort or Kingfisher Bay Resort.

Tours depart from the Gold Coast Transit Centre, Brisbane Roma Street Transit Centre, Noosa Info Centre and Rainbow Beach. Sunrover Tours keeps their groups small and takes pride in offering personalised services. All tours offer the choice of staying in tents on camp sites or to upgrade to beach lodges or hotel accommodation, for example the Eco Award winning Kingfisher Bay Resort on Fraser Island.

Sunrover has a tour option to cater to all tastes and budgets.

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Camping
  • Canoeing
  • Hiking/Trekking
  • Off Road Driving
  • Snorkelling
  • Swimming

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.

Our Tours

3 Day - Fraser Island Guided Tour Kingfisher Bay Eco Resort

Meet the Humpback Whales of Hervey Bay and explore the World Heritage wilderness Fraser Island with an experienced guide. Walk through towering rainforests growing in sand, discover huge sandblows moving across the island, swim in beautiful fresh water lakes, wade in fast flowing creeks, drive along the world's most beautiful beach highway and marvel at coloured sand formations.

Indicative rates

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$435 $595
2 Days - Fraser Island World Heritage Adventure

Pass the Glasshouse Mountains to Noosa River Ferry and Cooloola Coast Beach. At Rainbow Beach enjoy the coloured sands and surf. Take the ferry to Fraser Island and enjoy a surf beach, Lake Wabby, and a famous sand dune where you can swim, hike and turtle watch.

On the second day, visit Lake McKenzie where you can swim and snorkel in this unique lake. Visit Central Station magical rainforest. See a giant King Fern, world heritage satinay forest and the crystal clear waters of Wanggoolba Creek. Or four wheel drive to Eli Creek, Cathedral Beach and Indian Head.

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$289 $650
1 Day Moreton Island Four Wheel Drive Tour

Arrive at Moreton Island's west coast and Sandy Beach. Four Wheel Drive past beautiful Wallum wildflowers and birdlife to remote surf beach. Take a short coastal forest walk to the sand filtered fresh waters of Blue Lagoon.

Enjoy a fresh picnic lunch. Drive past aboriginal midden site at Spitfire Creek and ancient fish trap and on to wild Cape Moreton Lighthouse and breathtaking views to Flinder's Reef.

Four Wheel Drive the isolated east coast beach and cross the highest sand ranges in the world to the famous Tangalooma shipwrecks. Climb the desert sandhills for sandboarding adventure at speed.

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$135 $145
2 Day Tangalooma Dolphin Resort

Day One; four wheel drive past aboriginal midden site at Spitfire Creek. Swim or snorkel in freshwater lake, Blue Lagoon and four wheel drive along wilderness surf beach and to the desert sandhills for a sandboarding adventure.

Enjoy island hotel accommodation at Tangalooma Wild Dolphin Resort - a magical setting on Moreton Bay.

You can also experience the thrill of handfeeding wild dolphins at night.

Day Two; start with an early morning beach walk or relax before a late tropical buffet breakfast overlooking the bay. Try one of the many resort facilities including pools, tennis, archery or squash.

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$325 $375
1 Day - Fraser Island

Travel with your experienced driver and guide in a small group to explore Fraser Island.

Today you travel north past the Glasshouse Mountains to the seaside town and coloured sands of Rainbow Beach (morning tea stop own cost).

Look for Dolphins, Turtles and Dugong as you ferry cruise across bay to Fraser Island. Four Wheel Drive Fraser Island’s 75 mile surf beach with an eye out for dingoes, sea eagle and whale. Fresh buffet lunch at Eurong Beach Resort or picnic lunch at rainforest or lakes. Visit Lake McKenzie and Central Station Rainforest.

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$239 $259
3 Day Camping - Fraser Island

Camping is a must on Fraser and 80 per cent of travellers and Aussies go camping, so should you! Forget the resorts, their beach campsites have hot showers and toilets, great tents, with mattress and sleeping bags supplied free! Visit Lake McKenzie, Lake Wabby, Central Station, Eli Creek, Indian Head, Govi Creek.

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$389 $399
2 Day - Moreton Island

Depart Brisbane on this fully guided off-road adventure, and eco-experience on Moreton Island. Sea Ferry Cruise from Scarborough International Harbour via Moreton Bay Marine Park. Spot dolphins, fish and sometimes whales, dugong and turtles. Arrive Moreton Island's west coast and Sandy Beach - the world's second largest sand island. Lakes, beautiful wildflowers and birdlife to remote surf beach. Take a short coastal forest walk to the sand filtered fresh waters of Blue Lagoon (window lake). Relax, swim, photo, snorkel.

Day Two - Start with a tropical breakfast overlooking beach and travel the beach to the big sandhills for sandboarding action. Spend the morning on the slopes, fully guided with all equipment supplied. Outdoor morning tea and on to the famous Tangalooma shipwrecks. Snorkel among tropical fish and look for dugong, dolphin and turtle before a fresh picnic lunch. Free afternoon with time to relax on Tangalooma beach.

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$235 $245
3 Day - Moreton Island

Try this unique Island Holiday. An extensive nature and Four Wheel Drive supported walking adventure. Discover the hidden secrets of Moreton Island National Park. Enjoy the sparkling beach wilderness and experience the serenity and beauty of Blue Lagoon. Try sand boarding, fishing, snorkelling, climb Mount Tempest and see Tangalooma Shipwrecks.

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$290 $300

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In semi-arid, south-western Queensland, Tregole National Park straddles the boundary between two of the state’s natural regions, the brigalow belt and the mulga lands. The park protects a small, almost pure stand of ooline Cadellia pentastylis, an attractive dry rainforest tree dating back to the Ice Ages.

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Morven, Murweh Area
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Wyandra, Paroo Area
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Augathella, Murweh Area
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Warrego River

Augathella, Murweh Area
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Looking for a relaxing moment in Outback Queensland? The Warrego River at Augathella is an idyllic shaded spot with a sheltered picnic and barbecue area. Arguably one of the most attractive spots along the Warrego River, it is here you can soak up the peace, quiet and tranquility.
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