Fraser Magic 4WD Hire

Indicative Rate * AU$180 to AU$230

Whether you are taking the family on a camping trip to enjoy the nature and wildlife on Fraser Island, a couple looking for a romantic getaway or a group of friends planning an off-road adventure, Fraser Magic 4WD Hire can help.

As well as Four Wheel Drive hire, comprehensive camping and accommodation packages for Fraser Island including barge crossings, camp gear and National Parks permits are available. Information sessions, maps and suggested itineraries are provided, with every Four Wheel Drive hire. Courtesy pick-up and drop-off can be arranged.

Since 1992, this family business provides four wheel drive for self-drive, making personalised, reliable service to all customers a priority. The reliable Land Rover fleet includes automatic and manual vehicles - from competitively priced two-person vehicles to larger Land Rover Defenders.

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

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Landrover Defenders are well-suited for Fraser Island's unique conditions - they are built for off-road use. Coil sprung for added comfort. Economical turbo charged diesel engines. Perfect for exploring the island at your own pace. Choose either automatic or manual transmission. Camping and accommodation packages available.

The Landrover Discovery drives beautifully in the sandy tracks. By nature of their size, they are easy to manoeuvre in sand conditions, even for the inexperienced. With only two passengers overloading is avoided and ample room remains for all camping gear and travel amenities. Choose either automatic or manual transmission. Camping and accommodation packages available.

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Diamantina National Park

Bedourie, Diamantina Area
Free Entry
Stretch your gaze across vast, treeless plains, over sand dunes and along river channels towards low ranges on the horizon. Camp in the shade of a coolabah tree, dreaming at night under endless starry skies of the Maiawali and Karuwali people and travellers along the mighty Diamantina River long ago.

Birdsville Billabong

Birdsville, Diamantina Area
Free Entry
The billabong, located on the edge of town, is a beautiful place to view the outback sunset and you can also enjoy walking, kayaking, swimming or fishing. Across the water is Pelican Point, a small peninsula with a great view of the billabong and its birdlife.

Birdsville

Birdsville, Diamantina Area
Possibly outback Queensland's most renowned and remote town, the name Birdsville prompts thoughts of pioneering history and outback adventure in the 'back of beyond'. Once a toll point for stock crossing the Queensland and South Australian border, Birdsville had a pre-federation population of over 300.

Windorah

Windorah, Barcoo Area
With a panorama of giant red sandhills, Windorah is located in the heart of the Channel Country , beside Cooper's Creek. It doesn't get much more 'Outback' than here, with its stunning vistas, picturesque ruins and historical sites.

Deon's Lookout

Birdsville, Diamantina Area
Free Entry
Have your camera ready when you arrive at Deon's Lookout. You will love the spectacular and long-ranging views. With a rest area, public toilets and picnic table, this is a great place to break your journey.

Munga-Thirri National Park (Simpson Desert)

Birdsville, Diamantina Area
Free Entry
Munga-Thirri National Park, also known as the Simpson Desert, spans 1,012,000 hectares in the arid outback, making it Queensland’s largest protected area. Parallel wind-blown sand dunes dominate the striking landscape.

Bedourie

Bedourie, Diamantina Area
Bedourie, meaning ‘dust storm', is a quaint little town with a population of 120 people. Perched on a sand dune and surrounded by Eyre Creek, it is the administrative centre of the huge 95,000 square kilometres of the Diamantina Shire – perfect for a one-of-a-kind getaway.

Big Red

Birdsville, Diamantina Area
Free Entry
Standing at 40 metres in height, and situated just 35km from Birdsville; this famous sand dune provides a challenge for any four wheel drive enthusiast. The first of 1,140 parallel dunes in the Simpson Desert, the spectacular sunsets from the top of Big Red are an experience not to be missed.

Boulia

Boulia, Boulia Area
There are a lot of bush yarns and legends in this Outback country, but the people of Boulia reckon the pick of the bunch are the ones about the mysterious Queensland icon, the Min Min Light. Here is a yarn about the Light they would like to share with you.
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