Fraser Experience Tours

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Award winning Fraser Experience Tours specialise in providing one day and custom guided tours of World Heritage listed Fraser Island with guaranteed small group sizes promising personalised service from experienced and friendly guides.

The one day Experience Tour offer a fun and affordable way to see the hottest spots on Fraser Island. With a maximum of 17 guests per tour, personalised service is assured. Travel in comfort in a purpose built four by four air-conditioned bus specially designed to handle all types of tracks! Enjoy wholesome meals with bottled water provided throughout. Tour departs daily from Hervey Bay.

The one day luxury Hummer Tour offers the ultimate way to see Fraser Island! No other company offers the thrill of a Hummer and the exclusiveness of a small group - maximum four guests per tour. Their fleet of five-seater air-conditioned four by four H3 Hummers are perfect for Fraser Island's unique off-road touring environment. Enjoy delicious food with morning tea, individual gourmet picnic hampers for lunch, and a special afternoon tea with chocolates, strawberries and champagne. All other beverages provided as well. Tours depart from Hervey Bay every day except for Christmas Day.

Facilities

  • Car park

Activities

  • Off Road Driving
  • Swimming

Other Information

Family Friendly:

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

Our Tours

The One Day Experience Tour is a fun and affordable way to see more of Fraser Island! There's plenty of time to relax and take in the wonder of Fraser. Travel in comfort in a purpose built four wheel drive airconditioned bus specially designed to handle all types of tracks. With a maximum of 17 guests per tour personalised service is assured. Tours depart daily from Hervey Bay.

Tour highlights include 75 Mile Beach; Central Station rainforest and Wanggoolba Creek; Coloured Sands; Lake McKenzie; Eli Creek and Maheno Shipwreck.

Tour includes All transfers and national park permits, meals and beverages; friendly and professional guides who know Fraser Island intimately.

Indicative rates

From To Inclusions
$180.00 $195.00

The One Day luxury Hummer Tour offers the ultimate way to see Fraser Island! No other company offers the thrill of a Hummer and the exclusiveness of four guests per tour. The four-seater airconditioned four wheel drive H3 Hummers are perfect for Fraser Island’s unique off-road touring environment. Morning tea, individual gourmet picnic hampers for lunch, and a special afternoon tea with chocolates, strawberries and champagne is all included. All other beverages provided as well. Tours depart from Hervey Bay every day except for Christmas Day.

Tour highlights include Lake McKenzie; Eli Creek; 75 Mile Beach; Central Station Rainforest; Coloured Sands; and Maheno Shipwreck.

Tour includes all transfers and national park fees; all meals and beverages; small group; and friendly and professional guides who know Fraser Island intimately.

Indicative rates

From To Inclusions
$265.00 $265.00

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