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Fraser Island Holiday Lodges

Fraser Island, Fraser Coast Area

Indicative Rate * AU$112 to AU$300

Fraser Island Holiday Lodges incorporate two holiday houses - Talinga and Weerona - situated on absolute beach front, in the township of Eurong on Fraser Islands' Eastern side.

Right by the ocean, visitors can easily discover Fraser Island's spectacular scenic attractions, while enjoying the unique, natural environment and relaxed holiday experience.

Talinga is a three bedroom, split level cottage, sleeping eight guests. One of the first houses built on Fraser in the 60's. Talinga boasts absolute beachfront views of the ocean from every room.

Weerona is located next door to Talinga and is a spacious three bedroom house, also sleeping eight guests. It was built in the 70's, and boasts a large living area, a north easterly aspect and enjoys fantastic ocean views.

To ensure maximum comfort you should bring sheets, towels, pillow cases, all cleaning products, tidy bags, soap, toilet paper, matches, plenty of batteries and firewood. This property is powered by a Solar Battery system.

Facilities

  • BBQ Facilities
  • Car park
  • Laundry

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Hiking/Trekking
  • Off Road Driving
The Esplanade
Eurong
Fraser Island, Fraser Coast Area
Queensland
Australia

Our Rooms

Talinga Lodge

Talinga is a split level cottage, and one of the first houses built on Fraser in the 1960s, it has arguably the best property location on the island, boasting absolute beachfront views of the ocean from all upper level rooms. See website for a floorplan.

The house is split level with three bedrooms, and is fully furnished with a full kitchen with microwave, fridge, gas stove. Lights and fridge are solar powered.

There is a wood fire barbecue, undercover outdoor dining, and parking.

Weerona Lodge

Weerona is located next door to Talinga and is a spacious three bedroom house, built in the 1970s, sleeping eight guests. The house has large living areas, a north easterly aspect and enjoys fantastic ocean views from the large entertaining deck.

The house is single level with three bedrooms containing one queen bed and six single beds. It is fully furnished, and has a fully equipped kitchen with microwave, solar powered lights and fridge, gas powered stove and hot water. There is power for CPAP in the main bedroom.

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