This is an exciting day tour from Brisbane see many Queensland highlights all in one day! Some higlights included are Lake McKenzie, 4WD 75 mile Surf Beach, world heritage rain forest, unique wildlife and more!
From Brisbane travel pass the Glass House Mountains to catch the Noosa River Ferry from there see the Cooloola Beach Highway and coloured hills at Rainbow Beach.
One the ferry cruise you can look for dolphins, turtles and dugong across the bay to Fraser Island.
Then it's time to 4WD the famous Fraser Island's 75 mile surf beach. As you 4WD keep for the wildlife such as dingoes, sea eagles and whales.
Travel across the freshwater creeks and sand dunes of Hook Point. Explore the world's largest rain forest growing in sand, Satinay and Kauri forests and Eco Boardwalk along famous Wanggoolba Creek at Central Station Rainforest.
From there travel pass Pile Valley and Satinay Forest, and onto Lake McKenzie or Lake Birrabeen. Here you have the chance to take some great photos, swim or relax at Lake McKenzie's beaches.
Enjoy a prepared picnic lunch at the Lake or rain forest, cold drinks, fresh fruits.
Return to Brisbane via Eurong Beach Resort, 75 mile surf beach highway, Govi Creek and Dilli Village environmental Eco-Camp. We stop for a break at Rainbow Beach or Noosa before the journey back.
4WD 75 mile Surf Beach
World Heritage Rain Forest
Walk Central Station
Majestic Satinay Forest
Govi Creek Estuary
Rainbow Coloured Sands
Eurong Beach Resort
Prehistoric King Fern
Small group comfort for touring
State Authorized Expert Driver and Eco Guide with beach experience
Fresh picnic lunch, cold drinks & fresh fruits at lakes or rain forest
75 mile beach drive along Fraser Island Beach highway
Return Transport to Rainbow Beach, Noosa or Brisbane
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NOTE: Unless otherwise specified, the rates listed are for the 2014 - 2015 season. The 2014 - 2015 season rates are valid from the 1st April 2014 to the 31st March 2015. The 2015 - 2016 season rates commence on the 1st April 2015.