Fraser Island Beach Houses

Eurong, Fraser Island, Fraser Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$150 to AU$300

Fraser Island Beach Houses let you enjoy a luxury lifestyle set in the splendour and tranquillity of this magnificent island. These unique houses are situated amongst eco environment and on beach frontage to Eurong Beach. The complex is located for easy access to the rainforests, freshwater lakes and beaches so guests can enjoy its rich and diverse unspoilt flora and fauna.

It is only a short stroll to the shops and restaurant. Guests can relax around their beautiful pool and heated spa with its barbecue facilities or take in the incredible views while dining on their private balcony. There are various styles of houses to suit everyone's taste from studios to two and three bedroom houses; each comfortable and modern to give room to stretch out and enjoy yourself. The modern kitchens are spacious and have quality fittings and have crockery and cutlery supplied.

These houses, surrounded by natural bushland and ocean, are a wonderful place to stay while discovering this World Heritage listed sand island.

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Family Friendly:

Family friendly – please refer to operator's website for services and facilities.
Eliza Street
Eurong Second Valley
Eurong, Fraser Island
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Poolside houses are also available with deck overlooking the pool and barbecue areas. Garden Spa Villas are also available for same tariffs.

Absolute Beachfront Houses are available in two or three bed configuration. Full kitchen facilities, wrap around deck, laundry facilities with beachfront views.

Motel style room with kitchenette and ensuite bathroom. Private Deck. Laundry facilities.

Two level beachhouse with ocean views, full kitchen facilities, laundry and balcony for outdoor dining.

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