Fraser Dingo Four Wheel Drive Hire

Urangan,

Indicative Rate * AU$160.00 to AU$275.00

Fraser Dingo Four Wheel Drive Adventures cater for groups of up to five people with their Group Getaway for one, two, three or more days hire with the option to hire camp equipment or book accommodated packages. They also offer two and three day Tag Along Tours where you get to see all the sites and stay in the comfort of beach lodge accommodation.

They can book all the permits and more, and provide all the information, maps and itineraries needed for your trip. Ever thought of taking an overnight walk/hike on Fraser Island? Fraser Dingo Four Wheel Drive Adventures offers the only way to do this if you are limited for time. With an organised Four Wheel Drive drop off and pickup they can help you plan your through walk with ease, whether it's one, two, three, four days or six days (seasonal options) you can enjoy the natural peace of Fraser Island.

Opening Hours

Season/DateDayOpening Hours
All yearMondayClosed
Tuesday8am - 2pm
Wednesday8am - 2pm
Thursday8am - 2pm
Friday8am - 2pm
Saturday8am - 11am

Depot Locations


Hervey Bay
Address:
6 Southern Cross Circuit
Urangan
Queensland, Australia 4655

Other Information

Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.

Our Hire

Fraser Dingo Four Wheel Drive Hire, Jeep Cherokee Automatics, seat maximum 5 pax. With a colourful unique design that you'll see on no other hire vehicle on Fraser Island. They look great in your trip photos and help you stand out from the crowd. If you want to see Fraser Island with a group of friends, save money and have the freedom of your own 4wd, then a Group Getaway is for you.

Discover Fraser Islands best on a Fraser Dingo Tag-along where you see all the sites!

Be inspired by the rainforest at Pile Valley and Central Station, swim at Lake Wabby and Eli Creek, take photos of The Maheno Shipwreck, play at Lake McKenzie, drive 75 Mile Beach to Indian Head, Champagne Pools with their adventurous Tour Guide.

Have loads of fun on Fraser Island in a Pink Troopy, following a lead vehicle.

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