Spend the day at beautiful Fraser Island on a guided 4WD eco tour from Brisbane. You’ll travel north from Brisbane to Rainbow Beach, and catch all the famous attractions on World Heritage-listed Fraser Island, the largest sand island in the world. Stroll along sandy beaches and through unique rainforest. Swim in incredible freshwater lakes and encounter wild dingos in their natural habitat. With lunch included, this full day tour offers exceptional value for money.
- Free hotel pickup and drop-off included
- All taxes, fuel surcharges and service fees included
- Get off the beaten track in a 4×4
- Perfect introduction for first-time visitors
- Lunch included
- Conducted in English
After departing Brisbane you’ll swap vehicles at Noosaville for an air-conditioned 20-seater 4WD Warrior and experience a sensational tour of World Heritage Listed Fraser Island.
Depart Noosa by heading across the Noosa river via cable ferry crossing taking you deep into the Cooloola National Park and highlighting the Teewah or Rainbow Beach coloured sands before stopping for morning tea on the beach.
After catching the barge over to Fraser Island you’ll travel along 75 mile Beach before heading to Central Station or Pile Valley for a guided rainforest walk.
Enjoy an Aussie BBQ lunch with beverages, followed by a refreshing swim in either Lake McKenzie or Lake Birrabeen.
Return back to through the forests of Satinay and Brushbox down the sandy highway enjoying an afternoon tea stop on a remote beach before returning to Noosa.
Departure Point: Tour departs from centrally located Brisbane hotels – OR – Brisbane Transit Center
Departure Time: 4:30am
Hotel pickups commence prior to this time, exact pickup time will be advised on reconfirmation.
Return Details: Tour concludes at original point of departure at approximately 7:00pm
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I thought the day would be crammed since it’s about two and a half hours to Fraser Island from Brisbane, but the trip turned out to be well worth doing. It was definitely a full day, but if you don’t have much time and really want to see this huge sand dune island, which is amazing, this tour is the best way to fit it in.
Reviewed by: David N, United States of America