Fraser Island Fishing Units

Fraser Island, Fraser Coast Area

Fraser Island Fishing Units are situated in what would be the prime position on Fraser Island - 'Indian Head'. They are located only metres from surf beach to the south and a protected bay to the north. You can take a short walk to the top of the headland and watch the whales swimming past.

This is the place to stay for the best fishing on the island or simply a quiet secluded place for a perfect holiday. Fish the southern beaches, the quiet bay or off the rock at the back of the headland for catching the biggest and best tailor during the tailor season. it is a good location to visit all the hot-spots from.

Fraser Island Fishing Units offer the choice of a four bedroom house or two cabins, fully powered by a solar system. Each unit and house is fully self-contained, offering two fridges, freezer, gas, hot water and stove. Barbecue areas with gas barbecues are also provided.

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Off Road Driving
  • Swimming

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
Indian Head Road
Indian Head
Fraser Island, Fraser Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

The four bedroom house has accommodation for up to 12 people. It has a full kitchen with solar refrigerators and lights, and a gas oven and stove. Full cooking facilities are provided. There is a large deck which faces north overlooking the ocean. Pillows, bed linen and blankets are not provided.

Each cabin has two bedrooms and a kitchen with refrigerator, freezer, stove, ovens and full cooking facilities. Both cabins also have an outdoor barbecue and ocean views. Pillows, bed linen and blankets are not provided.

Each cabin has two bedrooms and a kitchen with refrigerator, freezer, stove, ovens and full cooking facilities. Each cabin also has an outdoor barbecue and ocean views. Pillows, bed linen and blankets are not provided.

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