Fraser Island Day Tours

Multiple Locations

Kingfisher Bay Resort offers a variety of ranger-guided four-wheel drive tours of Fraser Island departing daily from the resort.

Discover this World-Heritage wilderness and marvel at its ancient rainforests, shifting dunes and remote beaches, rainbow-washed sand cliffs and clear lakes, bright as jewels and ringed with white sandy beaches.

Join a highly-trained ranger on a tour of Fraser Island. He will tell you of the epic migrations of whales and wading birds, of thousand year old trees and flowers that bloom for just a day, and of the fragile complexity of this ever changing living museum.

Each tour has Advanced Eco-Tourism Accreditation and includes morning tea, buffet lunch and National Park fees.

Internet Access

  • Paid Wifi

Facilities

  • Car park
  • Public Telephone

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Hiking/Trekking
  • Off Road Driving
  • Swimming

Other Information

Family Friendly:

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

Our Tours

Full Day Personalised Four Wheel Drive Tour Departing Kingfisher Bay Resort

With approximately 1500 kilometres of tracks on Fraser Island, there’s plenty of wilderness to enjoy and plenty of spots waiting to be discovered off-road by four-wheel-drive. Week-day personalised tours cater for groups of up to four and that's really their only restriction - otherwise the day is yours to plan and enjoy. You can even order a hamper and enjoy a picnic lunch in your own private part of Fraser.

Indicative rates

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$1572 $1572
Fraser Island Beauty Spots Tour Departing Kingfisher Bay Resort

On this beautiful day out off-roading, you’ll meet like-minded travellers, visit the top natural attractions and cool off in watering holes - and all in the air-conditioned comfort of their custom-designed, four-wheel-drive coaches. This tour is only available to Kingfisher Bay Resort guests and is guided by expert Kingfisher Bay Rangers.

Swim in the crystal-clear waters of Lake McKenzie. Follow the sand tracks to Central Station and walk through the rainforest along the banks of Wanggoolba Creek. Drive along Seventy-Five Mile Beach to the wreck of the cruise ship Maheno and marvel at the Coloured Sands. Swim in fast-flowing Eli Creek as it flows swiftly into the ocean. Enjoy a buffet lunch at Eurong Beach Resort.

Indicative rates

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$195 $215
Kingfisher Bay Day Away Day Trip

You don’t need a four-wheel-drive to spend quality time on Fraser Island. With a Day Away, you can literally laze the day away on Fraser’s sheltered western side.

Their 'Day Away' package from Hervey Bay includes:
- Ferry transfers.
- Day use of the resort facilities including the swimming pools, self-guided walking trails and their tennis and volleyball courts.
- Join a ranger-guided resort morning walk (check their What's On Guide for times and activities).
- A delicious deckside lunch overlooking their inviting swimming pools.

They can arrange to pick you up and drop you from your accommodation house in Hervey Bay for just AUD10 per person.

Indicative rates

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$69 $69

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