Fraser Island Queensland, Australia
FRASER EXPLORER TOURS: 2 day Fraser Island Guided Tour
$385 AUD – 2 day Fraser Island Guided Tour
Extend your Fraser island adventure and take in even more of this amazing World heritage Island. You will experience all the ‘one day’ tour has to offer then relax at Eurong Beach Resort overnight.
Two days of guided Fraser Island adventure, courtesy pick-up and drop-off, return ferry transfers, all meals, accommodation at Eurong Beach Resort, National Park fees and fuel levies.
WHAT TO BRING
Pack a day bag with swimmers, towel, hat, sunscreen, insect repellent, comfortable walking shoes or sandals, sunglasses, essential medication and don’t forget your camera. We do provide water, but a water bottle is always handy.
Eurong Beach Resort offers quad, triple, twin and single motel rooms or two bedroom apartments. Each room has a private ensuite, kitchenette, TV and private deck. The resort offers many facilities for guest use however, at the end of the day the best place to unwind is at the Beach Bar, otherwise you can go for a stroll and watch a magical sunset over the Pacific Ocean.
The Dingoes of Fraser Island
Travelling with Infants
For bookings that includes infants (0-4 years old) you must call our Sales & Reservations team on 1800 372 737. All infants must be able to sit upright in a booster seat and guests must bring their own booster seat.
Air Fraser Scenic Flight
Don’t forget to bring a little bit of spending money along with you. There is a general store at Eurong Beach Resort where you can pick up a souvenir to remind you of your time on the world famous Fraser Island!
Fraser Island Guided overnight tour ex Hervey Bay
Fraser Island Guided overnight tour ex Rainbow Beach
Fraser Island – World Heritage Listed
In 1972 UNESCO adopted the World Heritage Convention to protect special places for all humanity. Fraser Island was World Heritage listed by UNESCO in 1992 in recognition of its natural values.
The official citation pays tribute to the island’s “exceptional natural beauty” and refers to “over 250km of sandy beaches with long, uninterrupted sweeps of ocean beach, with more than 40km of strikingly coloured sand cliffs, as well as spectacular dune blowouts and ocean surf beaches; tall rainforests growing on low nutrient sands; perched dune lakes including both clear “white water” lakes and dark “black water” lakes; banksia woodlands, heath, patterned swampy fens and sheltered mangrove areas in a spectacular “mosaic landscape.”
Fraser Island provides a globally significant example of geological processes and biological evolution, including: complex coastal dune formations that are still evolving; an array of lakes that is exceptional in terms of number, diversity, age and the evidence of dynamic and developmental stages; and outstanding examples of ecosystems that have developed in response to maritime conditions and poor soils in coastal dune formations.
The whole of the island is part of Great Sandy National Park (other than freehold areas such as townships) and is protected under the Nature Conservation Act 1992 and the Recreation Areas Management Act 2006 to the low water mark.