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Kingfisher Bay Resort

Fraser Island, Fraser Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$125 to AU$537

Kingfisher Bay Resort is located north of the Sunshine Coast and is the gateway to the World Heritage wilderness of Fraser Island, its ancient rainforest, spectacular fresh-water lakes and famous 75-Mile Beach. The resort nestles among tree-covered dunes on the edge of the calm waters of the Great Sandy Strait and is a paradise for boating, fishing, swimming, bush walking, four-wheel driving and just enjoying the magnificent, natural beauty of this island.

At Kingfisher Bay you can do as much or as little as you want - relax with a cocktail by one of the four swimming pools, play tennis, simply bubble in a spa, indulge at the natural therapy and beauty clinic or just go fishing and get chef to cook your catch. Enjoy Australian bush foods and wonderful fresh seafood at any of the three restaurants.

Junior Eco Ranger program for kids includes art, walks, orienteering, rope courses and canoeing, spotlighting for animals, stargazing and campfires with damper making, story telling and sing-a longs. Baby-sitting is also available.

Internet Access

  • Broadband Internet Access
  • Paid Wifi

Facilities

  • Automatic Teller Machine
  • Bar
  • Car park
  • Child Pool
  • Communal Lounge
  • Communal Shower
  • Conference/Convention Facilities
  • Day Spa
  • Foreign Currency Exchange
  • Gas
  • Laundry
  • Non Smoking Establishment
  • Office Services/Business Services
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Public Telephone
  • Restaurant - Licensed
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Tour Desk

Activities

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

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
North White Cliffs
Fraser Island, Fraser Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Spoiling family and friends with a Fraser trip is a breeze in their self-contained Villa accommodation. These two bedroom bush hideaways combine the intimacy of island living with 'room to move'.

Enjoy the time with family and friends in the resort’s Villa-style hideaways, nestled discreetly in the treetops. After a lazy day visiting lakes and lagoons, you can slip into your own spa bath as the sun goes down, or escape to your own private corner of the villa with a book and a smile.

Maximum occupancy is four people. Bedding configuration is one queen bed and two single beds.

2 Bedroom Spa Villa - Spa on Deck

What better way to relax after a day of 4WD-ing and adventure that in a hot spa on the deck of your villa? They invite you to kick back, relax with a cold drink, listen to Fraser Island's fabulous birdlife and enjoy the bushland views from our wide covered decks.

Ideal for a family of four, the villa has a spacious lounge, dining and kitchen area with all the comforts of home. The bedrooms are downstairs in the split level design... leaving the upstairs living area for the everyday business of holidaying.

Maximum occupancy is four people. Bedding configuration is one queen bed and two single beds.

3 Bedroom Spa Villa - Spa on Deck

Triple the Fraser fun with a three-bedroom Pandanus Villa in the treetops. What better way to end a hard day's exploring, than with all the creature comforts including private deck and two spacious double rooms.

Keep your eyes peeled as daylight fades on another Fraser day, as local wildlife comes out to play, or guess, what colour the sunset will be from the comfort of your deck. Enjoy a home-made breakfast with the birds from your own private veranda whilst planning the day's adventure.

Maximum occupancy is six people. Bedding configuration is two queen beds and two single beds.

3 Bedroom Executive Villa

Banksia Executive Villas, set high on the tree-covered dunes, are the ultimate island indulgence – perfect for formal entertaining, reunion groups and stylish corporate getaways.

Big enough to host a party yet intimate enough to enjoy quality time with your fellow travellers - Executive Villas offer the best of Fraser... and views to die for. It's spacious, versatile, with all the comforts of home and the perfect choice for your getaway.

Their tree-top Villas can sleep up to eight people - but why share when you can savour the experience with your closest loved ones.

Maximum occupancy is six guests. Bedding configuration is two queen beds and two single beds.

1 Bedroom Loft Villa

Their one bedroom loft style villas are surrounded by native bushland with easy access to resort facilities. They're great for couples that want that extra space and privacy that comes with being nestled in the treetops or for families with young adventurers who can navigate to the loft twin bedroom (The loft bedroom is recommended for children from nine to 14 years that can safely negotiate a steep loft staircase).

Enjoy a home-made breakfast on the deck or after a day exploring, enjoy the bush views with a long cold drink.

Maximum occupancy is two adults, or two adults and two children (suitable for children from nine to 14 years). Bedding configuration is one queen bed and two single beds.

Resort Hotel Standard Room

Wake up to an orchestra of frogs and birdsong, and water views that will make you wish you had just a few more days to stay. Nestled into the island's landscape, these Queenslander-style, Resort Hotel rooms sit lightly on the land – allowing island wildlife to go about their daily business uninterrupted.

Enjoy the best of the bush from the private native-timber deck, enjoy a cup of our favourite brew in room and indulge in the moment, or soak up the smells and sounds of the land as you wander our timber walkways. And when the day is done, stretch out in air-conditioned comfort on the Queen or King-single beds and reflect on a day well-spent.

Maximum occupancy is three adults, or two adults and one child, one infant. Bedding configuration is one queen bed and one king single bed.

Resort Hotel Spa Room

All of their hotel rooms sit lightly on the land and offer private balconies that look over bush, beach or lake views. Rooms are immersed in nature, and often you might see squirrel gliders swing off the balconies, have our birdlife flutter by or hear the rustle as an echidna or goanna goes about their daily business below you.

Their roomy hotel accommodation - with private balconies - also offers a retreat for those that seek a little solace from other holiday-makers. Their rooms with spa baths offer that extra level of comfort after a day spent exploring the world's largest sand island.

Maximum occupancy is three adults, or two adults and one child, one infant. Bedding configuration is one queen bed and one king single bed.

2 Bedroom Loft Villa

Nestled in a natural bush and sand amphitheatre, all of their Two Bedroom Loft Villas feature a split level design with plenty of space for the extended family. These villas feature a master bedroom, twin bedroom and a loft third bedroom - allowing each family member their own space on your holiday.

The loft bedroom is recommended for children only from six to 14 years that can safely negotiate a steep loft staircase. Once in their own space, the kids will love sleeping under the sloping roof - they call it camping inside out.

Maximum occupancy is six people. Bedding configuration is two queen beds and two single beds.

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