Fly and Drive Fraser Island

Hervey Bay, Fraser Coast Area

A relaxing and stress free way to explore Fraser Island on your own terms in a private late model hire four wheel drive including return scenic flights.

Departing Sunshine Coast or Hervey Bay airports daily, guests enjoy a fantastic scenic flight over the majestic Great Sandy Straits, Kingfisher Bay Resort, Lake Mckenzie, Central Station and Lake Wabby. Guests have the opportunity to spot resident dugongs, dolphins, turtles, rays and migratory humpback whales before landing on the beach of spectacular World Heritage listed Fraser Island.

After a quick briefing, including suggested itineraries and current beach and track conditions, guests depart in their hire car to explore the island at their pace.

Beat the crowds to the major attractions like Lake Mckenzie, Central Station, Maheno Shipwreck and Eli Creek. Visitors experience the exhilaration of driving along world famous 75 Mile Beach with ample time to swim, bush walk or fish at their own leisure.

Lunch and snacks are available at one of the many food outlets on the island. Guests are also welcome to bring their own picnic lunch.

Depart Fraser Island in the afternoon for a nice relaxing flight back to Hervey Bay or the Sunshine Coast.

Hanger 3 Don Adams Drive
Hervey Bay, Fraser Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

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They fly you out to Fraser Island from either the Sunshine Coast or Hervey Bay. On arrival, collect the keys to one of their four wheel drive cars and spend the day exploring Fraser by four wheel drive at your own pace. Visit Lake McKenzie for a swim or drive the beach spotting dingoes.

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