Fraser Island Cool Dingo Tours

Multiple Locations

Lonely Planet describes it as 'the cool dingo tour' and 'wholeheartedly recommends' this tour of Fraser Island. Touring with a local expert guide is the easy and safe way to see Fraser Island, no tents, no sleeping bags, no cooking, no driving, no hidden charges - no worries!

Two and three day tours are available and include return ferry transfers from Hervey Bay, accommodation, guided tours, buffet breakfasts and dinners, picnic lunches and national parks fees.

Spend action packed days exploring Fraser with other 18 to 35's and fun nights enjoying buffet meals, playing pool and partying in the Dingo Bar and nightclub.

Internet Access

  • Paid Wifi

Facilities

  • Car park
  • Public Telephone

Activities

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

Our Tours

Cool Dingo Tour - Two Day One Night Departing Hervey Bay or Rainbow Beach

Your two-day action packed adventure takes in some of the island's most iconic sites and their fun guides will give you as much (or as little) information as you want. Get ready for blue skies, golden sands, fresh air and plenty of laughs! And don't forget your camera!

Foreign Language Guides are now available on their Cool Dingo Tours. Please ask when booking or talk to your tour guide.

Note: This tour does not return to Rainbow Beach.

Indicative rates

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$375 $430
Cool Dingo Tour - Three Day Two Night Departing Hervey Bay or Rainbow Beach

Bring a sense of adventure and get ready for some laughs as you embark on three action-packed days on the world's largest sand island. You'll discover Fraser Island's iconic spots - beautiful Lake McKenzie, the historical heart of Central Station and Wanggoolba Creek, golden dunes, fresh water creeks, rusting ship wrecks... and if time permits their guides might show you some of their own special spots!

Half Day whale watch cruise (August to October) and pre and post tour accommodation on Fraser Island also available. Additional costs apply.

Foreign Language Guides are now available on our Cool Dingo Tours. Please ask when booking or talk to your tour guide.

Indicative rates

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$490 $555
Cool Dingo Tour - Four Day Three Night Departing Brisbane

Bring a sense of adventure and get ready for some laughs as you embark on three action-packed days on the world's largest sand island. You'll discover Fraser Island's iconic spots - beautiful Lake McKenzie, the historical heart of Central Station and Wanggoolba Creek, golden dunes, fresh water creeks, rusting ship wrecks... and if time permits their guides might show you some of their own special spots!

Foreign Language Guides are now available on their Cool Dingo Tours. Please ask when booking or talk to your tour guide.

Indicative rates

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$769 $900
Cool Dingo Tour - Five Day Four Night Departing Brisbane

Unwind with a bit of downtime on Fraser - and stay for a pre and post night in their Wilderness Lodges. You'll get to explore Fraser's awesome western beaches, have access to resort amenities and the famous Dingo Bar... and if you're into nature - there are some great self guided walks in World Heritage wilderness.

Their three day Cool Dingo tours are available with extra nights to connect with coach transfers. Bus departs Brisbane daily at 12.20 pm from in front of the Roma Street Transit Centre, then on the last day catch the 7.50 am Kingfisher Ferry to meet the 8.50 am shuttle departure from Hervey Bay back to Brisbane.

Foreign Language Guides are now available on their Cool Dingo Tours. Please ask when booking or talk to your tour guide.

Indicative rates

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$884 $1025

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