Fraser View

Fraser Island, Fraser Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$180 to AU$290

Fraser View comprises two units of accommodation, each with two bedrooms and each fully self-contained. Relax on the verandah from which you can see the water and be soothed by the gentle sound of the surf. It is a short 150 metre stroll to the beach.

Fraser View is located on the ocean side of Fraser Island, in the secluded second valley of Happy Valley. Being near the end of a no through road there is lots of room for children to play while you enjoy the peace and quiet with very few vehicles passing. Happy Valley is a good location from which to explore the island. To the north, travel only a short distance up the beach, Eli Creek, the wreck of the TSS Maheno and rainforests. Or travel further north to Indian Head, Waddy Point and Sandy Cape. To the south, enjoy Central Station forests, Lake McKenzie and other lakes. Or travel inland from Happy Valley to Yidney Scrub and the start of several scenic drives.

Fraser View has views to the ocean and the beach.

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Laundry

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.
Warry Street
Lot 1201
Fraser Island, Fraser Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Unit One

Unit one has a main bedroom with a queen bed and a dormitory room with a queen bed, two sets of single bunks (four single beds) and a trundle bed to offer alternatives for bedding. Capacity is eight people. Three night minimum. Cleaning surcharge if left dirty on departure.

Unit Two

Unit two has a main bedroom with a queen bed, and a second bedroom with two single beds in an offset bunk arrangement There is a fold out divan in the living area. This unit is ideally suited to couples and whilst it can accommodate six, it is more suited to a maximum of four. Three night minimum. Cleaning surcharge applies if left dirty on departure.

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