Fraser Island 2 Day 4WD Camping Adventure

Fraser Island 2 Day 4WD Camping Adventure - Bushwalking, Nature & WildlifeThe 2 Day Camping Adventure covers Fraser Islands greatest highlights including Lake McKenzie. Enjoy green grass camping just metres from the beach and the fresh waters of Govi Creek on Fraser Island and the famous 75 mile surf highway.

Stay at Dilli Campsitewhich features environmental facilities such as hot showers. There is also security with dingo fencing around the site allowing you to fully relax and enjoy your campfire of an evening.

Day 1:

Travel from Brisbane, north past the Glasshouse Mountains to Noosa River Ferry and Cooloola Coast Beach (tides permitting). 4WD North to Double Island Point. Take the opportunity to photo Point Lighthouse and the coloured sand cliffs of Rainbow Beach. Then on to Inskip Point, the boarding point for your ferry cruise to Fraser Island.

4WD Fraser Island's 75 Mile Eastern Surf Beach to Govi Creek, take time to relax, swim or photo Govi Waterhole and settle into your campground surrounds. Travel North on the beach highway before walking for a swim at Lake Wabby in the afternoon. Spot turtles and fish in Fraser's deepest lake. Swim in the green water, relax on the warm sand, photo or hike the lakes famous sandhill with a walk through melaleuca and cycad forest.

Travel the surf beach to the historical campsite, evening beach walk, nature trails, wildlife and more. From this environmental eco camp Dilli Village on the surf beach of Fraser Island, with grass campsites and the island's newest Hot showers and toilets. Allows time to explore the walks and hikes close to the camp area, with the world famous Fraser Island Great Hike - starting from the campsite to Lake Boomanjin with other trails to Govi Creek Estuary, Eastern Surf Beach and South Beach Hike.

Enjoy your BBQ dinner at the excellent facilities in Fraser Island National Park environment, with a campfire, walk and outdoor entertainment.

Day 2:

Campers rise early and travel to see the sunrise over the Ocean and surf beach of Fraser Island, enjoy a walk or hike before breakfast or sleep in and wake slowly to the calls of the forest.

Spend the morning enjoying unique lakes. Swim, hike and photograph the beaches and wildlife. In the cool of the rain forest take the boardwalk from Central Station. See rare giant King Fern, world heritage satinay forest and crystal clear waters of Wanggoolba Creek meandering between Picabeen Palms and Central Station. A hike through the valleys of satinays is optional.Return via Hook Point to Rainbow Beach, Noosa and Brisbane. (Itinerary subject to tides)

Highlights:

Lake McKenzie / Lake Birrabeen
Lake Wabby
Central Station - Wangoolba Creek - Rainforest
Hike or swim freshwater perched & window lake
Coloured Sands at Rainbow Beach
Govi Creek campsite at Dilli Village
Dingo, Tortoise, Dolphin
Yidney Dripping Rocks
75 mile beach drive
Green campfire at night
Night Activities and Starlight swim

Package Includes:

Extensive 2 Day Fully Guided Tour
Expert Driver and Eco Guide
Evening Meal (day 1)
Breakfast and Picnic lunch (day 2)
Return Transport
Hot showers and environmental eco facilities
All camping equipment
A choice of 1, 2, 3 and 4 person tents only 100 metres from Fraser Island surf beach.
Sleeping bags and mattress / gear

Departs

Brisbane CBD, Queensland | More Brisbane CBD Tours
Caboolture, Queensland | More Caboolture Tours
Caloundra, Queensland | More Caloundra Tours
Gympie, Queensland | More Gympie Tours
Mooloolaba, Queensland | More Mooloolaba Tours
Noosa Heads, Queensland | More Noosa Heads Tours
Rainbow Beach, Queensland | More Rainbow Beach Tours
Surfers Paradise, Queensland | More Surfers Paradise Tours

NOTE: Unless otherwise specified, the rates listed are for the 2020 - 2021 season. The 2020 - 2021 season rates are valid from the 1st April 2020 - 31st March 2021. The 2021 - 2022 season rates commence on the 1st April 2021.





Photo Gallery (4 of 4 Photos)

Fraser Island View
Fraser Island View
Dilli Village Camping
Dilli Village Camping
Wanggoolba Creek Rainforest
Wanggoolba Creek Rainforest

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