Australia Fraser Island Escape

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Australia Fraser Island Escapes departs Gold Coast, Brisbane, Noosa and Rainbow Beach on fully guided four wheel drive eco-adventures to Fraser Island. Spot dolphins, fish, whales, dugong and turtles.

Four Wheel Drive to freshwater lakes, beautiful wildflowers, birdlife and a remote surf beach. After a great day sightseeing, enjoy marshmallows around the campfire of an evening at our permanent powered camp site.

Australia Fraser Island Escape has been operating for over 20 years and offers the most extensive tours on the Islands. They're the only company to offer two and three day camping packages on Fraser, staying at their permanent powered site at Dilli Village. They also offer accommodation packages to Eurong Beach Resort and Kingfisher Resort.

All tour guides have driver authorisation, experience and training in a four-wheel drive.

Visit Fraser's world famous Lake McKenzie and the Central Station Rainforest. See the Glasshouse Mountains, and also Rainbow Beach and its amazing coloured sands.

They offer a range of packages to suit all tastes and budgets.

Activities

  • Birdwatching
  • Off Road Driving
  • Swimming

Other Information

Family Friendly:

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

Our Tours

See beautiful Moreton Island, flora and fauna, aboriginal midden sites, swim and snorkel at Blue Lagoon. Visit Cape Moreton light house and spot dolphins, turtles, manta rays and whales, before sandboarding the desert. Enjoy island hotel accommodation at Tangalooma Wild Dolphin Resort - a magical setting on Moreton Bay. Nightly dining at licenced restaurant or beach cafe (own cost) and feed wild dolphins by hand. Guest have the next day to spend at the resort before catching the ferry back to Brisbane.

Indicative rates

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$375 $525

Day One: Experience the nature and four-wheel drive, walking adventure of Moreton Island. Enjoy the serenity of Blue Lagoon relax, swim, snorkel and take photos. Visit aboriginal midden site and Cape Moreton Lighthouse. Explore Honeymoon Bay and Champagne Pools before returning to camp. Enjoy a campfire, moonlight beachwalk or a night swim.

Day Two: Go Sandboarding and snorkel at Tangalooma's shipwrecks and relax on Tangalooma beach.

Day Three: Drive to Mount Tempest and hike up the highest sandhill in the world then four-wheel drive to eelgrass fields, home for dugongs, turtles and protected bird rookeries and try island tucker.

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$280 $300

Depart Brisbane for Rainbow Beach. Look for dolphins, turtles and dugongs as you ferry cruise across to Fraser Island. Four-wheel drive to Fraser Island's 75 Mile Surf Beach with an eye out for dingoes, sea eagles and whales. Explore the world's largest rainforest growing in sand, and eco-boardwalk along the famous Wanggoolba Creek at Central Station. Visit Lake McKenzie or Lake Birrabeen. Experience the aboriginal culture and history of Fraser Island. Return via - Satinay and Blackbutt Forest.

Indicative rates

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$249 $259

Day One: Four-wheel drive to Rainbow Beach before cruising to Fraser Island. Four-wheel drive Fraser Island's Easter Surf Beach to Lake Wabby. Return to Eurong Beach Resort, relax at the pool, spa or take an afternoon beach walk. In the evening stargaze or hit the night scene.

Day Two: A drive through Fraser's magical rainforest before a relaxing morning swim at Lake McKenzie. Boardwalk Central Station, see world heritage satinay forest, crystal clear Wanggoolba Creek. Swim at Lake Jennings, Lake Birrabeen and travel past Lake Benaroon to Lake Boomanjin - the red lake and largest perched lake in the world.

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$289 $420

Drive from Brisbane through Noosa to Rainbow Beach, via the Cherry Venture. Swim in the clear blue waters and soak up the sun on the white sandy beaches. Then travel on to Kingfisher Bay Resort and Village to check into your Wilderness Lodge, or luxury eco-hotel room.

Explore Lake Waby, Seventy-Five Mile Beach, Valley of the Giant, the coloured sand formations at the Pinnacles and the famous Maheno shipwreck. Then swim in the fast flowing, clear, fresh water of Eli Creek. Relax by the swimming pools, spa and outdoor bars at Kingfisher Bay Resort.

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$445 $595

Explore the wilderness of Moreton Island on this one day tour. Highlights include a four wheel drive island tour, sandboarding, Lake Honeyeater, Blue Lagoon, the lighthouse and local marine wildlife.

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$135 $145

Experience Moreton Island on this two day tour. Highlights include snorkelling shipwrecks, Blue Lagoon, isolated beach walks, sandboarding, whale watching and seeing the lighthouse.

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$235 $245

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