All you need is a day to discover the very best that Fraser Island has to offer. On this fully guided, 1-day tour from Hervey Bay, you will get to experience all the reasons why this island is one of Australia's top tourist destinations. Cruise around the island in the comfort of a modern, air-conditioned Toyota 4WD. As you drive, enjoy the island's beautiful scenery, including pristine beaches, lakes and lush rainforests. You will be guided by an experienced eco-tour leader who will ensure your safety and comfort while sharing all the secrets and history of Fraser Island.
This tour departs daily at 7:30 am. You will be picked up from your accommodation before heading to the bay, where you will board a ferry toFraser Island. Once there, it's time to get aquainted with your 4WD and begin your adventure!
As you 4WD along the famous 75 Mile Beach, you will get the chance to stop at all sorts of interesting locations. Highlights of your day tour include the chance to visit the Maheno Shipwreck, Pinnacles and Eli Creek. Inland, be mesmerised by Lake McKenzie and amazed by the ancient ferns and rainforest at Central Station. But that's not all! One of the very best things about this experience is that it is the only day tour to visit Indian Head, a coastal headland named by Captain Cook in 1770. The area is home to stunning 360-degree ocean views and an abundance of native wildlife.
If you get hungry along the way, don't worry. This tour is fully catered so that you can spend less time worrying about what to eat and more time enjoying your surroundings. Enjoy a morning tea of seasonal fruits and a selection of pastries and biscuits. Beverages including water, tea, coffee and juice will be provided to accompany your food. For lunch, you will be served a picnic buffet full of fresh bread rolls, cold cut meats, salads. You will also get the chance to enjoy a complimentary beer or glass of champagne with your meal.
After a full day of driving around the island, return to the mainland by ferry. Your tour will finish at approximately 6pm.