Fraser Island Exclusive 4WD Day Tour
Explore Fraser Island's highlights on a full-day 4WD tour with a friendly local guide that includes time to swim in pristine lakes, hit the beach, and explore the rainforest!
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- See the best of Fraser Island on this full-day guided tour from Hervey Bay.
- This is the world's whale-watching capital and you can spot humpback whales, dolphins, and more.
- Get time to swim and relax on the postcard-perfect beaches of Lake McKenzie.
- Check out iconic spots like Seventy-Five Mile Beach, Rainbow Beach, and Wanggoolba Creek.
- Enjoy photo ops Seventy-Five Mile Beach and admire the technicolor sand cliffs of the Pinnacles and Double Island Point.
- Pick-up and drop-off
- Transport by an air-conditioned 4WD coach
- Local guide
- National Park fees and fuel levies
- Return ferry transfers
flexible cancellation policy
Get a full refund on canceling this ticket up to 48 hours before the schedule.
Depart Brisbane and pass by the craggy peaks of the Glass House Mountains towards the famous Steve Irwin Way. Make your way to the Noosa River Ferry, Sunshine Coast (time permitting), and the Cooloola Beach Highway. Your 4WD ride will take you along the surf beach and the colored hills of Double Island Point before arriving at Rainbow Beach. Take a short break before hopping on your 4WD again, and drive along the sandy beaches of Inskip Point track, where you will board the ferry to Fraser Island. As you cruise along the bay, snap photographs of Fraser Island's west coast, as well as Hervey Bay, the world's whale-watching capital. Spot humpback whales, dolphins, turtles, sharks, eagles, and sea birds here.
Then, arrive at Fraser Island World Heritage National Park. Take the 4WD and listen to stories from your local guide as you drive past Seventy-Five Mile Surf Beach. Keep your eyes open - you might spot dingoes, kangaroos, and whales (in season)! Reach the southern tip of Fraser Island including Hook Point and cross as many as 8 freshwater creeks by 4WD. Continue your exploration and see the world's largest rainforest growing in sand, the Satinay and Kauri forests. Enjoy a relaxing stroll on the rainforest boardwalk at Wanggoolba Creek in beautiful Pile Valley before moving on from a swim in the fresh waters of Lake McKenzie and Birrabeen.
Travel past Pile Valley and Satinay Forest. When you reach Lake McKenzie, take photos, swim, or relax in the clear white sandy beaches. Then, enjoy a picnic lunch (fresh fruits, cold drinks) at the lake or rainforest. Return by taking the Eurong Beach Resort route, and go through Seventy-Five Mile Beach highway, Govi Creek, and Dilli Village Environmental Eco-Camp. Don't miss out on taking photos of Double Island's colored sands before boarding the ferry. There will be a short break at Rainbow Beach or Noosa before you go on the journey back to Brisbane.
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COVID-19 Safety Measures
- Hand sanitizer is available to travelers and staff.
- Regularly sanitized high-traffic areas.
- Gear/equipment sanitized between uses.
- Transportation vehicles are regularly sanitized.
- Please bring sunscreen, a hat, and swimwear.
- Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level.
- This experience is not wheelchair-accessible.
Daily at 6:45 AM onwards.
Children aged 5-14, as well as students, enjoy reduced ticket pricing (carry a valid photo ID).
- Your voucher will be emailed to you instantly.
- Please display your mobile voucher along with a valid photo ID at the time of pick-up.
- If you have purchased reduced-price tickets, please carry your valid photo ID proof for verification.
- Kindly ensure that you arrive 10-15 minutes before the start time of your tour to avoid any delays.
- Bus Stop 125, Roma Street: 6:45 AM
- Caloundra: 8:15 AM
- Mooloolaba: 8:30 AM
- Noosa: 9 AM
- Rainbow Beach: 11 AM
This ticket is valid for the date and time selected during checkout.