Fraser Island 2 Day Eurong Beach Resort 4WD Tour
On this Fraser Island 2 Day 4WD Tour travel on a fully guided adventure to Fraser Island National Park. This tour covers the islands greatest highlights including Central Station Rainforest, Lake Wabby, Eli Creek, Maheno Shipwreck and Lake McKenzie, with accommodation on Fraser Island 75 Mile Surf beach.
Stay at one of Eurong Beach Resort's surfside units or upgrade to a double and twin beach or pool side unit. Eurong Beach Resort is located on Fraser Island 75 Mile Surf beach and features 2 pools, tennis court, bakery, coffee shop, supermarket and 2 bars.
Day 1 Itinerary
Travel from Brisbane north past the Glasshouse Mountains to Noosa River Ferry and Cooloola Coast Beach (tides permitting). Early Lunch stop at Rainbow Beach. Take time to relax, visit the local beach to swim overlooking coloured sands or wander through the local shops. Photo or hike Double Island Lighthouse and Rainbow Beach coloured sands before Ferry Cruise to Fraser Island.
4WD Fraser Island 's 75 Mile eastern Surf Beach to Eli Creek, and the Maheno Shipwreck. This great afternoon on the beach highway has the bonus of a Lake Wabby Visit late in the afternoon. It's famous sand dune and Fraser Islands deepest Lake. Return through melaleuca and cycad forest. Relax at Fraser Island beach resort where both twin/double rooms are available, only 50 metre from the Fraser island surf Beach. If you travel by yourself, there are surfside Hotel Units which are located poolside. These hotel rooms sleeps 4 persons (quad sharing)(4 persons sharing) with private bathrooms and kitchen facilities inside each.
Options for families and groups to upgrade to 2 bedroom Apartments on Request.
Afternoon Beach Walk on sunset, before resort buffet dinner at restaurant (included). Walk along 75 mile beach, stargaze, relax Fraser Island Style.
Day 2 Itinerary
Rise early and travel to see the sunrise over the Ocean and surf beach of Fraser Island, enjoy a walk or hike. Return to breakfast at Eurong Beach Resort (included).
Travel by 4WD to Lake McKenzie or Lake Birrabeen. Spend the morning enjoying these unique lakes. Swim, Hike and photograph the beaches, lakes and wildlife. In the cool of the rainforest take the boardwalk along the creek. See rare giant King Fern, world heritage Satinay Forest and crystal clear waters of Wanggoolba Creek meandering between Picabeen Palms and Central Station. A picnic Lunch included and 4WD through forest either via Lake Boomanjin or Eurong Beach Resort, 75 Mile surf beach to Rainbow beach, Noosa and Brisbane. (Itinerary subject to tides)
• Only tour from Brisbane that visits Lake McKenzie (voted in the top ten lakes in the world)
• Great choice of accommodation at the Resort (Twin Share, Quad Share and Apartments)
• Free use of pools, bars and all resort facilities.
• Small groups! No buses on our tours!!
• Free tour of Cooloola National Park included
• All meals included on Island
• Free Coffee and Tea Facilities
• All ferry, National Park entry fees, camping fees and vehicle fees pre-arranged
• Full Island Tour
• Lake MacKenzie
• Lake Wabby
• Central Station Rainforest
• Wangoolba Creek
• Hike freshwater perched lake & swim
• Coloured Sands at Rainbow Beach
• Yidney Dripping Rocks
• Dingo, Tortoise, Dolphin
• 75 mile beach drive
• Night Activities and Starlight swim
• Extensive 2 Day Fully Guided Tour
• Expert Driver and Eco Guide
• Buffett Dinner and Breakfast at Resort
• Picnic lunch (day 1)
• Return Transport
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NOTE: Unless otherwise specified, the rates listed are for the 2021 - 2022 season. The 2021 - 2022 season rates are valid from the 1st April 2021 - 31st March 2022. The 2022 - 2023 season rates commence on the 1st April 2022.