Fraser Island Jetski Tours and Safaris

Multiple Locations

Aquavue's Fraser Island Jetski Tours and Safaris offer guests a unique way to explore the World Heritage listed Fraser Island and the beautiful waters of the Great Sandy Straits. All tours depart Aquavue Café Watersports, on the beachfront in Hervey Bay where guests begin their tour exploring the waters and surrounding islands between Hervey Bay and Fraser Island where they are likely to encounter local marine wildlife such as turtles, dolphins and even the elusive dugong.

The Exclusive Fraser Island Jetski Adventure (3.5 hours) visits Kingfisher Bay Resort, Moon Point and Pelican Banks and includes a meal on return to Aquavue's cafe.

The Fraser Island Jetski Safari (2.5 hours) visits Kingfisher Bay Resort, Moon Point and Pelican Banks.

The Moon Point Scenic Tour (1.5 hours) visits Moon Point and Pelican Banks. Perfect for guests with limited time for adventure.

Inclusions: Safety/operational briefing, free photos, morning tea/lunch*, bottled water, guided tour and walks, snorkelling equipment, expert commentary, small numbers, beach access, cup of coffee/tea.

Please see their website for more information on each tour.

Internet Access

  • Free Wifi

Facilities

  • Car park
  • Kiosk

Our tours

Exclusive Fraser Island Jetski Adventure

This is the ultimate way to explore the World Heritage listed Fraser Island and its surrounding paradise by Jetski. Departing Aquavue Café Watersports, on the beachfront in Hervey Bay, you will begin the tour exploring the waters of Hervey Bay and the surrounding Great Sandy Strait where you are likely to encounter local marine wildlife such as turtles, dolphins and even the elusive dugong.

Your first stop will be at Kingfisher Bay Resort located on Fraser Island, which provides the perfect location for a delicious morning tea. You will cruise north along the island's beautiful west coast, enjoying the stunning scenery and native wildlife before arriving at Fraser Island's Moon Point. From Moon Point, you will travel to the pristine Pelican Banks, which provides superb sheltered waters ideal for swimming and snorkeling. From Pelican Banks, you will cruise back to Aquavue Café Watersports.

On returning to Aquavue Café Watersports, their team in their beachfront Café will serve a delicious lunch catering for any dietary requirements you may have.

Inclusions: Safety/operational briefing, morning tea/lunch, bottled water, guided tour and walks, snorkeling equipment, expert commentary, small numbers, beach access.

Indicative rates

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$430 $430
Fraser Island Jetski Safari

The Fraser Island Jetski Safari offers guests a truly unique way of experiencing the icon that is Fraser Island. Your trip starts at Aquavue, located on the beach in Hervey Bay, where you will be given a thorough safety briefing on how to operate one of their Jetskis.

Once on the water, you are likely to see a variety of marine wildlife, including turtles, dolphins and possibly dugongs, on your way to your first stop at the award winning Kingfisher Bay Resort on the west coast of Fraser Island.

From Kingfisher Bar Resort, you will travel along the visually stunning west coast of Fraser Island, until you arrive at Moon Point, where you will explore parts of the largest sand island in the world. You will then make your way through the pristine Great Sandy Strait on your return journey to Aquavue Café Watersports.

Indicative rates

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$390 $390
Moon Point Scenic Tour

Moon Point, located on the World Heritage listed Fraser Island, is a truly breathtaking section of beach situated on the west coast of Fraser Island. On a Moon Point Scenic Tour with Aquavue Café Watersports, you will be one of the few who get the opportunity to explore this spectacular section of the island.

Departing from Aquavue in Hervey Bay, one of their expert guides will accompany you on a tour exploring Hervey Bay waters and the surrounding Great Sandy Strait, before arriving to explore the iconic Fraser Island at Moon Point.

You will then possibly come up close and personal with marine wildlife on your return journey to Aquavue Café Watersports, potentially encountering turtles, dolphins and dugongs whilst on the water.

Indicative rates

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$260 $260

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